4000 Essential English Words, Volume 3 by Paul Nation PDF

By Paul Nation

4000 crucial English phrases is a six-book sequence that's designed to target sensible high-frequency phrases to reinforce the vocabulary of beginners from excessive commencing to develop degrees. The sequence provides various phrases that disguise a wide percent of the phrases that may be present in many spoken or written texts. therefore, after getting to know those goal phrases, inexperienced persons can be capable of totally comprehend vocabulary goods once they come upon them in written and spoken form.
Each unit offers 20 phrases that are outlined and utilized in pattern sentences. The actions within the books are designed to provide the phrases in several makes use of in order that newcomers can absolutely see how they are often applied. additionally on the finish of every unit there's a tale whch comprises the unit's goal phrases to provide newbies additional examples of the phrases in use. every one point adequately prepares the learner for the following which gradually demanding situations the learner with extra subtle vocabulary and tales.

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After all of the ir food inhabitant / shortly Tim loves being a n ________ made many friends. 9. of that to w n .. III! after he moved there, he publication / thrill I entered a contest that was in my fa v o rite . when I won! 10. our family. But many of the spoiled / starving The poor fam ily w a s _______ II _. Instead of sleeping, 5. disguise / wicked li|i ini that new coat. My favorite part is the warm When my friend stayed at my house, we sat with a we sat and t o ld ____________for an hour!

She became very famous. Visitors to Alaska were enthusiastic about meeting her. They brought presents for her. They liked seeing her and the feeling was mutual. The mayor said Patsy Ann should be called the tow n’s greeter*. The people in town loved Patsy Ann, too, even though she lived on the streets. They were w illing to fight to keep her. A new law made all dogs wear a collar and get shots. The mayor received many complaints. People wanted Patsy Ann to be able to stay. One ambitious sailor got people to help.

To try very hard c. stronger rival a. to move the head up and down c. food 9. wrestle a. someone on the other side c. to be hurt 10. I sore a. not giving another punishm ent c. to cause an injury b. to push to the ground d. to feel terrible b. to move off of something d. food b. a face of a clock d. to talk about yourself b. a friend d. to move something up and away b. to try hard d. one who keeps another from getting somet b. to push to the ground d. to feel terrible b. to be hurt d. to move on the floor Exercise 2 Write a word that is similar in meaning to the underlined part.

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