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LESSON 1 VOCABULARY

Exercise 1.1 Vocabulary
 a (an)  it
 afternoon  lesson
 are (to be)  listen (to listen)
 do (to do)  little, littler, littlest
 each  live (to live)
 English  long, longer, longest
 evening (an)  morning
 example  my
 excuse me  name
 fine (good)  o'clock
 good  okay (OK)
 good afternoon  repeat (to repeat)
 good evening  sentence
 good morning  speak (to speak)
 goodbye  thank you (thanks)
 have (to have)  time
 hello (hi)  two
 here  what
 how  year
 I  yes
 is (to be)  you, your


Exercise 1.2 and 1.3 Vocabulary
 address (an)  kind
 any, anything  may
 arm (an)  not
 but  of
 call (to call)  personal identification
 can  phone
 child, children  reach (to reach)
 city  see (to see)>
 current, currently  sick (to be sick)
 driver's license  store
 from  thanks (thank you)
 hi (hello)  the
 hurt (to hurt)  this
 I am, (to be) sick  where
 ID  work (to work)
 in  


Lesson 1 Vocabulary
 a (an)
 address (an)
 after
 afternoon
 alphabet
 am (to be)
 ambulance (an)
 and
 any, anything
 are (to be)
 area code (an)
 arm (an)
 at
 bathroom
 bus
 bus stop
 but
 by
 call (to call)
 can
 car
 card
 cash
 check
 child, children
 city
 close, closer, closest, closely
 cost
 credit card
 current, currently
 day
 dictionary
 do (to do)
 does (to do)
 driver's license
 each
 emergency (an)
 English
 evening (an)
 example
 excuse me
 fine (good)
 fire
 fire department
 for
 from
 gas (gasoline)
 gas station
 glad, gladly
 good
 good afternoon
 good evening
 good morning
 goodbye
 groceries
 have (to have)
 health
 health card (number)
 hello (hi)
 help (to help)
 here
 hi (hello)
 holiday
 hospital
 how
 how much
 hurt (to hurt)
 husband
 I
 I am (I'm) (to be)
 ID
 identification
 in
 insurance
 is (to be)
 it
 kind
 large
 lesson
 letter
 license
 license (number)
 listen (to listen)
 little, littler, littlest
 live (to live)
 long, longer, longest
 may
 me
 medical
 month
 money
 morning
 much
 my
 name
 no, not
 number
 o'clock
 of
 office (an)
 okay (OK)
 open, openly
 out
 personal identification
 petrol
 petrol station
 phone (number) (telephone)
 please
 police
 question
 reach (to reach)
 repeat (to repeat)
 right
 see (to see)
 sentence
 should
 sick, sicker, sickest
 some, something
 speak (to speak)
 station
 stop (to stop)
 store
 thank you (thanks)
 thanks (thank you)
 the
 there
 this
 time
 to
 to answer
 to be (am, is, are, was, were)
   to be closed
   to be glad
   to be hurt
   to be open
   to be out of
   to be sick
 to begin
 to call
 to cost
 to do
 to find
 to go
 to have
 to help
 to know
 to listen
 to live
 to open
 to owe
 to pay
 to question
 to reach
 to repeat
 to say (saying)
 to see
 to speak
 to start
 to stop
 to take
 to tell
 to use
 to want
 to will
 to work
 toilet
 two
 unknown
 vocabulary
 was (to be)
 week
 were (to be)
 what
 when
 where
 which
 wife
 will not (won't) (to will)
 with
 word
 work (to work)
 year
 yes
 you, your
 911 = The medical, fire and police
            emergency phone number for
            any city in the U.S.A
 999 = The medical, fire and police
            emergency phone number for
            any city in the U.K.


     
 Spoken English Learned Quickly
Lesson 1
 
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