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By Paul Nation, Fidel Cruz

4000 crucial English Words is a six-book sequence that's designed to target functional high-frequency phrases to reinforce the vocabulary of newbies from excessive starting to strengthen degrees. The sequence offers a number of phrases that conceal a wide percent of the phrases that may be present in many spoken or written texts. therefore, after studying those objective phrases, rookies can be capable of absolutely comprehend vocabulary goods once they come across them in written and spoken shape.

Each unit provides 20 phrases that are outlined and utilized in pattern sentences. The actions within the books are designed to offer the phrases in several makes use of in order that rookies can absolutely see how they are often applied. additionally on the finish of every unit there's a tale whch includes the unit's goal phrases to offer rookies extra examples of the phrases in use. each one point safely prepares the learner for the following which steadily demanding situations the learner with extra subtle vocabulary and tales.

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(1) transparent, effortless to appreciate definitions and examples

(2) quite a few actions to augment goal vocabulary

(3) innovative improvement of vocabulary throughout degrees

(4) unique tales which make the most of goal phrases

(5) worthwhile colour photos that illustrate every one aim note

(6) loose downloadable supplemental audio recordings of objective be aware lists and tales to help in listening and pronunciation

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Because she was overweight c. Because she was deaf b. d. Because the veterinarian d id n ’t like her Because she was mean to them anniversary [aenavarsari] n. An anniversary is a day that celebrates som ething from the past. - * My parents went out to eat fo r the ir wedding anniversary. arithmetic [s] n. Arithmetic is math. -* I like to study arithm etic at school. ashamed [ajeimd] adj. To be ashamed is to feel upset because you did something wrong or bad. -♦ He was ashamed when he found out that I knew about his past.

Sometimes in the evening, they walked downtown. They looked in store windows and dreamed. Stella wanted a hairbrush with an ivory handle. She pulled her hair upwards every day because she d idn’t have a brush to make it nice. Joe wanted to fix his grandfather’s watch. For the ir anniversary, Stella wanted to get Joe what he wanted. But then she did the arithmetic. It would take at least six months to save enough money. Then she had an idea. She cut off all of her hair and sold it. Meanwhile, Joe knew that he could never fix his watch.

To polish som ething is to rub it in order to make it shiny. -+ Mark spent a ll m orning p olish in g his shoes fo r the wedding. sew [sou] V. To sew means to put pieces of cloth together using string. {•me 3 - » I learned to sew when I was a little girl. S h e d [Jed] n. A shed is a small building where you store things like tools. I E I We have a sm all shed in the backyard fo r storage. thread [ered] n. A thread is a thin piece of string. - » I have many different colors o f thread at home. trim [trim] v.

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