4000 Essential English Words, Book 3 by Paul Nation, Fidel Cruz

By Paul Nation, Fidel Cruz

4000 crucial English Words is a six-book sequence that's designed to target functional high-frequency phrases to augment the vocabulary of newbies from excessive starting to develop degrees. The sequence provides numerous phrases that disguise a wide percent of the phrases that may be present in many spoken or written texts. hence, after studying those goal phrases, freshmen might be in a position to totally comprehend vocabulary goods after 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 numerous makes use of in order that newbies can absolutely see how they are often applied. additionally on the finish of every unit there's a tale whch includes the unit's objective phrases to provide freshmen additional examples of the phrases in use. each one point appropriately 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) a variety of actions to augment aim vocabulary

(3) revolutionary improvement of vocabulary throughout degrees

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

(5) invaluable colour photographs that illustrate each one objective be aware

(6) loose downloadable supplemental audio recordings of goal notice lists and tales to help in listening and pronunciation

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When my dog ran away, my dad consoled me. d i s t r i c t [distrikt] n. A district is a small part of a city, county, state, or country. -* I live in a residential d istrict o f Seattle, Washington. drawer [dro:ar] n. A drawer is a small part in furniture that is used to store things. -+ I p u t my clothes into the empty drawers. endure [end/uar] V. To endure som ething tough means to do or go through it. -> She had to endure her husband shouting all day long. 38 execute [eksikjuit] v. To execute someone means to kill them as a legal punishment.

People wanted Patsy Ann to be able to stay. One ambitious sailor got people to help. Together, they paid for Patsy Ann to go to the veterinarian. She got her shots and collar. She could stay. When Patsy Ann died, everyone missed the tow n’s loyal greeter. So the mayor hired someone to make a statue of Patsy Ann. He restored the tow n’s greeter. Now, she sits at the dock forever, w aiting for ships to come home. *greeter - a person whose job is to say hello to new people. Il§pli®tfp isil wm ; i Readin HU A Mark each statement T for true or Ffor false.

I was scared by the s ig h t o f the monster. shortly [Joxtli] adv. If som ething w ill happen shortly, it w ill happen very soon. -♦ My workday w ill end shortly. skeleton [skelatn] n. A skeleton is the bones of a body. -» There is a skeleton in the science classroom. Spoil [spoil] v. If something spoils, it turns bad or rots. -» We left the fru it out too long, and it spoiled. starve [stow] * If a person starves, they do not get enough to eat and sometimes die. -» During the war, many people starved.

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