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Prosinec 2010


Elementary Czech Wordlist


Unit 1

address n /dres/ at (@) prep /æt/ barman n /bmn/ Belgium n /beldm/ Britain n /brtn/ bye /ba/ coffee n /kfi/ country n /kntri/ dot (.) n /dt/ double adj /dbl/ eight /et/ eighteen /etin/ eighty /eti/ eleven /levn/ email n /imel/ England n /lnd/ fifteen /fftin/ fifty /ffti/ first name n /fst nem/ five /fav/ forty /fti/ four /f(r)/ fourteen /ftin/ friend n /frend/ from prep /frm/ goodbye /dba/ he pron /hi/ hello /hl/ hi /ha/ hundred /hndrd/ in prep /n/ it pron /t/ man n /mæn/ Mexico n /meksk/ Miss /ms/ mobile phone n /mbil fn/ Mr /mst(r)/ Mrs /msz/ Ms /mz/ my det /ma/ name n /nem/ nine /nan/ nineteen /nantin/ ninety /nanti/ oh // OK /ke/ one /wn/ or /(r)/ adresa (pen.) zavinác barman Belgie Velká Británie nashle, ahoj (pi loucení) káva zem tecka dvojitý, dv trojky osm osmnáct osmdesát jedenáct e-mail Anglie patnáct padesát kestní jméno pt ctyicet ctyi ctrnáct kamarád/-ka z na shledanou on ahoj (pi setkání) ahoj (pi setkání) sto v ono/on/ona (neziv.), to/ten/ta muz Mexiko slecna mobilní telefon pan paní paní ( ped jménem); slecna (ped jménem) mj jméno devt devatenáct devadesát ach! ano jeden nebo She no longer lives at this address. [email protected] Paul is a barman. I have never been to Belgium. In Britain people usually have their father's surname. Bye! See you tomorrow. Coffee is the country's biggest export. There was snow over much of the country during the night. [email protected] My phone number is two four double three four. My sister is eight years old. The journey is expected to take eighteen hours. My daily commute is an eighty mile round trip. The football match starts at eleven o'clock. I'll send you an email tomorrow. London is the capital city of England. I'll be ready in fifteen minutes. My grandparents have been married for fifty years. `What's Mr Munn's first name?' `Robert, I think.' `Hurry up! We need to leave in five minutes.' The train journey is only forty minutes. I have four brothers. `Can I book a table for fourteen people, please?' Helen's my best friend. `Where are you from?' `I'm from Australia.' We said goodbye to Steven at the airport. I spoke to John before he left. `Hello, I haven't seen you in ages.' `Hi, my name is Steven.' There were a hundred people in the room. I read about it in the newspaper. Look at that car. It's going much too fast. That man looks very much like Brad Pitt. They're going on their honeymoon to Mexico. Her name is Miss Hudson. What's your mobile phone number? His name is Mr Botham. Her name is Mrs Allen. Her name is Ms Hackett. My favourite colour is blue. What's your name, please? `Do you have the time?' `Yes, it is nine o'clock.' My sister is nineteen years old. My grandfather is ninety years old. `We had a car crash.' `Oh no, I'm sorry to hear that.' `Do you want to come with us?' `OK.' There's only one biscuit left. Would you like to sit here or next to the window?


English Result Elementary Czech Wordlist © Oxford University Press 2010

passport n /pspt/ please /pliz/ Poland n /plnd/ polite adj /plat/ Russia n /r/ seat n /sit/ seven /sevn/ seventeen /sevntin/ seventy /sevnti/ she pron /i/ single adj /sl/ six /sks/ sixteen /skstin/ sixty /sksti/ slash n /slæ/ street n /strit/ surname n /snem/ telephone n /telfn/ ten /ten/ thirteen /tin/ thirty /ti/ three /ri/ to get married adj /t et mærid/ town n /tan/ twelve /twelv/ twenty /twenti/ twenty-one /twenti wn/ twenty-two /twenti tu/ twenty-three /twenti ri/ two /tu/ website n /websat/ you pron /ju/ your det /j(r)/

(cestovní) pas prosím Polsko zdvoilý Rusko sedadlo sedm sedmnáct sedmdesát ona svobodný sest sestnáct sedesát lomítko ulice píjmení telefon deset tináct ticet ti vzít se msto dvanáct dvacet dvacet jedna dvacet dva dvacet ti dva webová stránka ty; vy tvj; vás

I was stopped as I went through passport control. Two cups of coffee, please. I have an exchange trip to Poland next month. The shop assistants are always very polite. I would love to visit Russia. There are no seats left on that flight. My flight leaves at seven tonight. Only seventeen days until I go on holiday! The bus fare is seventy pence. I asked her a question but she didn't answer. Are you married or single? There are six of us for dinner tonight. My son is sixteen years old next month. There are sixty pages in the book. You can use a forward slash to separate words. The post office is in Sheep Street. `What's your surname?' `Jones.' What's your telephone number? Dinner will be ready in ten minutes. My daughter is thirteen next month. Thirty minutes is half an hour. Can I have three tickets to see the play please? They're planning to get married in the summer. Romsey is a small market town. Would twelve be okay for lunch tomorrow? The bus journey takes about twenty minutes. I graduated from university when I was twenty-one. I live at twenty-two Wood Green. I will be twenty-three next year. I have two children. What is your website address? You can play the guitar, can't you? What's your flat like?

Unit 1 Phrases

And you? /ænd ju/ A ty/vy? Excuse me. /kskjus mi/ Promi/-te. Good afternoon. /d ftnun/ Dobré odpoledne. Good morning. /d mn/ Dobré ráno. Dobrý den. How are you? /ha (r) ju/ Jak se más/máte? How old are you? /ha ld (r) ju/ Kolik ti/vám je? I don't understand. /a dnt ndstænd/ Nerozumím. I'm fine, thanks. /am fan æks/ Dobe, díky. Is this seat free? /z ðs sit fri/ Je tady volno? My name's ... /ma nemz/ Jmenuji se ... Nice to meet you. /nas t mit ju/ Tsí me. See you later! /si ju let(r)/ Zatím nashle! What about you? /wt bat ju/ A co ty/vy? What's your address? /wts j(r) dres/ Jaká je tvoje/vase adresa? What's your name again? /wts j(r) nem en/ Mzes/-te mi jest jednou íct jméno? What's your telephone number? /wts j(r) telfn nmb(r)/ Jaké je tvoje/vase telefonní císlo? Where are you from? /we(r) (r) ju frm/ Odkud jste?

English Result Elementary Czech Wordlist © Oxford University Press 2010 3

Unit 2

apostrophe n /pstrfi/ baby n /bebi/ bag n /bæ/ board n /bd/ boy n /b/ boyfriend n /bfrend/ brother n /brð(r)/ CD n /si di/ chair n /te(r)/ child n /tald/ children n pl /tldrn/ close v /klz/ couple n /kpl/ daughter n /dt(r)/ designer n /dzan(r)/ desk n /desk/ doctor n /dkt(r)/ door n /d(r)/ engineer n /endn(r)/ factory worker n /fæktri wk(r)/ family n /fæmli/ farmer n /fm(r)/ father n /fð(r)/ Friday n /frade/ girl n /l/ girlfriend n /lfrend/ grandfather n /rænfð(r)/ grandmother n /rænmð(r)/ grandparents n pl /rænpernts/ her det /h(r)/ his det /hz/ housewife n /haswaf/ husband n /hzbnd/ listen v /lsn/ look v /lk/ Monday n /mnde/ mother n /mð(r)/ not adv /nt/ o'clock adv /klk/ office worker n /fs wk(r)/ old adj /ld/ open v /pn/ our det /(r)/ pen n /pen/ pencil n /pensl/ phone n /fn/ apostrof dátko taska tabule (skolní) chlapec pítel (známost) bratr cédécko zidle dít dti zavít dvojice dcera návrhá/-ka, projektant/-ka (skolní ) lavice; psací stl léka/-ka dvee inzenýr/-ka dlník/dlnice rodina rolník/rolnice otec pátek dvce pítelkyn (známost) ddecek babicka prarodice její jeho zena v domácnosti manzel poslouchat (po)dívat se pondlí matka jako záporka hodina (v casovém urcení) úedník starý otevít nás pero, propiska tuzka telefon I don't know where to put an apostrophe. I'm going to have a baby. Don't forget your school bag. I had to write my answers on the board in the classroom. I used to play here when I was a boy. Do you have a boyfriend? Michael is Jim's brother. I won't buy the CD, I'll download it to my MP3 player. My chair is so comfortable. My child is six years old. A group of children were playing in the park. Close your books. Do you know that couple over there? I have two sons and one daughter. I would love to be a fashion designer. My desk is so untidy. Our family doctor is Dr Young. Have you locked the door? He is studying to be a mechanical engineer. My summer job was as a factory worker. I have quite a large family. Being a farmer is hard work. John looks exactly like his father. Would you like to see a movie on Friday night? Is the baby a boy or a girl? Have you got a girlfriend? My grandfather is from Poland. My grandmother is from France. My grandparents both studied in England. Fiona has broken her leg. Pete has hurt his foot. After I had my children I became a housewife. My husband works very long hours. Please listen carefully to what I have to say. Look carefully at this picture. I'm going to see her on Monday. My mother is a wonderful cook. It's not raining now. We arranged to meet at 5 o'clock. The train is full of office workers in the morning. My mother wasn't very old when she died. Open your books. Our house is at the end of the road. Do you have a pen I could borrow? Bring a pencil and paper with you. Can you answer the phone, please?


English Result Elementary Czech Wordlist © Oxford University Press 2010

picture n /pkt(r)/ poor adj /p(r)/ read v /rid/ rich adj /rt/ Saturday n /sætde/ say v /se/ shop assistant n /p sstnt/ sister n /sst(r)/ son n /sn/ student n /stjudnt/ Sunday n /snde/ teacher n /tit(r)/ teenager n /tined(r)/ their det /ðe(r)/ this det /ðs/ Thursday n /zde/ Tuesday n /tjuzde/ vet n /vet/ watch n /wt/ Wednesday n /wenzde/ weekend n /wikend/ wife n /waf/ window n /wnd/ woman n /wmn/ write v /rat/ young adj /j/

obraz chudý císt bohatý sobota íct prodavac/-ka sestra syn student/-ka nedle ucitel/-ka teenager, dospívající jejich tento ctvrtek úterý veteriná/-ka hodinky steda víkend manzelka okno zena psát mladý

Who painted the picture in the hall? The family was too poor to buy new clothes. He never learnt to read and write. I would like to be rich and famous. Would you like to go out for dinner on Saturday? We can ask him, but I'm sure he'll say no. I work as a shop assistant in the local supermarket. I've got one sister and two brothers. My son is studying medicine. Paola is a medical student at Bristol University. I go to church on a Sunday. He's a teacher at a primary school. Her music is very popular with teenagers. The children picked up their books and left. Have a look at this photo. I fly to New York on Thursday. On Tuesday evenings I play netball. We took the cat to the vet. My watch is a bit slow. My favourite television show is on Wednesday nights. The office is closed at the weekend. My wife is a doctor. Open the window. It's hot in here. Would you prefer to see a woman doctor? Write your name and address on the form. They have two young children.

Unit 2 Phrases

Can you repeat that please? /kæn ju rpit ðæt pliz/ Mzes/-te to prosím zopakovat? Can you say that slowly please? /kæn ju se ðæt slli pliz/ Mzes/-te to prosím íct pomalu? Can you write that please? /kæn ju rat ðæt pliz/ Mzes/-te to prosím napsat? Have a good weekend! /hæv d wikend/ Hezký víkend! How do you spell that? /ha d ju spel ðæt/ Jak se to píse? I don't know. /a dnt n/ Nevím. It's ten to five. /ts ten t fav/ Je za deset minut pt. on Monday /n mnde/ v pondlí See you tomorrow. /si ju tmr/ Ahoj/nashle zítra. What time is it? /wt tam z t/ Kolik je hodin?

Unit 3

America n /merk/ American adj /merkn/ Argentina n /dntin/ Argentinian adj /dntnin/ Australia n /strel/ Australian adj /strelin/ bike n /bak/ bookshop n /bkp/ Brazil n /brzl/ Brazilian adj /brzlin/ bus n /bs/ Amerika americký Argentina argentinský Austrálie australský (jízdní) kolo knihkupectví Brazílie brazilský autobus America is an amazing country to visit. We went to an American diner. Have you ever been to Argentina? I would love to dance the Argentinian Tango. Australia is a vast country. The Australian outback can be a dangerous place. Hasan's just learnt to ride a bike. Have you been to that new bookshop yet? Brazil is famous for its carnival in Rio de Janeiro. I would love to go to the Brazilian Grand Prix. Where do you usually get off the bus?


English Result Elementary Czech Wordlist © Oxford University Press 2010

café n /kæfe/ Canada n /kænd/ Canadian adj /knedin/ capital n /kæptl/ car park n /k pk/ cash machine n /kæ min/ cinema n /snm/ currency n /krnsi/ chemist's n /kemsts/ China n /tan/ Chinese adj /taniz/ church n /tt/ Egypt n /idpt/ Egyptian adj /idpn/ euro n /jr/ flat n /flæt/ foreign adj /frn/ France n /frns/ French adj /frent/ German adj /dmn/ Germany n /dmni/ glass n /ls/ good at adj /d æt/ Greece n /ris/ Greek adj /rik/ house n /has/ India n /ndi/ Indian adj /ndin/ Irish adj /ar/ island n /alnd/ Italian adj /tælin/ Italy n /tli/ Japan n /dpæn/ Japanese adj /dæpniz/ language n /læwd/ like v /lak/ lorry n /lri/ market n /mkt/ men n pl /men/ music shop n /mjuzk p/ nationality n /nænælti/ near prep /n(r)/ office n /fs/ other det /ð(r)/ page n park n people person Peru n /ped/ /pk/ n pl /pipl/ n /psn/ /pru/

kavárna Kanada kanadský hlavní msto parkovist bankomat kino mna lékárna Cína Cínský kostel Egypt egyptský euro byt cizí Francie francouzský nmecký Nmecko sklo sikovný ecko ecký dm Indie indický irský ostrov italský Itálie Japonsko japonský jazyk líbit se nákladní auto trh muzi obchod s hudebními nástroji obcanství blízko kancelá jiný strana park lidé osoba Peru

The new café serves great coffee. I was in Canada on holiday last year. I took a train journey through the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Madrid is the capital of Spain. I parked in the multi-storey car park. Do you know where the nearest cash machine is? What's on at the cinema this week? Are you in favour of a single European currency? Do you know where I can find a chemist's? China hosted the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. The celebrations for the Chinese New Year are very vibrant. Do you go to church regularly? The River Nile is in Egypt. The Egyptian pyramids are spectacular. The price is given in dollars or euros. Do you rent your flat or have you bought it? I should learn a foreign language. Have you ever been to France? French cuisine is wonderful. I love the German Christmas market. I lived in Germany for three years. There's glass on the floor ­ you could cut yourself! Are you any good at drawing? Athens is the capital of Greece. The Greek islands are very beautiful. Do you live in a three-bedroomed house? My grandfather was born in India. Indian food is hot and spicy. My husband is Irish. Have you been to the island of Crete? I love Italian food. We went to Italy on our honeymoon. Have you ever been to Japan? Japanese culture is very interesting. What is your first language? How do you like John's new girlfriend? You need a special licence to drive a lorry. You should visit the market ­ the fresh fruit is wonderful. This toilet is for men. The ladies' toilet is next door. My brother works in a music shop. I have dual nationality. Do you live near here? I usually get to the office at about 9 o'clock. I didn't have any other plans so I accepted their invitation. Turn to page 12 of your book. Let's go for a walk in the park. How many people are coming to the party? I would like to speak to the person in charge. Peru is my first stop on my trip around South America.


English Result Elementary Czech Wordlist © Oxford University Press 2010

Peruvian adj /pruvin/ place n /ples/ platform n /plætfm/ plural n /plrl/ pub n /pb/ really adv /rli/ restaurant n /restrnt/ Russian adj /rn/ shoe n /u/ South Africa n /sa æfrk/ South African adj /sa æfrkn/ Spain n /spen/ Spanish adj /spæn/ speak v /spik/ station n /sten/ supermarket n /supmkt/ syllable n /slbl/ table n /tebl/ taxi n /tæksi/ telephone n /telfn/ these det pl /ðiz/ those det pl /ðz/ ticket office n /tkt fs/ together adv /teð(r)/ toilet n /tlt/ train n /tren/ tree n /tri/ Turkey n /tki/ Turkish adj /tk/ understand v /ndstænd/ USA n /ju es e/ very well adv /veri wil/ waiter n /wet(r)/ women n pl /wmn/

peruánský místo nástupist mnozné císlo hospoda opravdu restaurace ruský bota Jizní Afrika jihoafrický Spanlsko Spanlský mluvit (urcitým jazykem) vlakové nádrazí supermarket slabika stl taxík telefon tito tamti pokladna dohromady záchod vlak strom Turecko turecký rozumt, chápat USA velmi dobe císník zeny

We had a lovely Peruvian meal last night. Show me the exact place where it happened. Which platform does the train to York leave from? The plural of `boat' is `boats'. I will be at the pub if you want to go for a drink. `I really must be going.' What type of restaurant would you like to go to? He bought me a set of Russian dolls. What is your shoe size? The World Cup is being played in South Africa in 2010. South African wine is very good. We are moving to Spain. I want to learn Spanish before I visit Madrid. Does anyone here speak German? Shall I meet you at the station? Do you need anything from the supermarket? `Mat' has one syllable and `mattress' has two syllables. Could you set the table for lunch? Shall we go by bus or get a taxi? There are telephones at the station. Can you hold these for me, please? I prefer those shoes to the blue ones. We can pick the tickets up at the ticket office before the show. I'll get all my things together tonight because I want to leave early. Where is the toilet? Hurry up or we'll miss the train. We have an apple tree growing in our garden. The capital of Turkey is Ankara. My favourite sweet is Turkish delight. I'm not sure that I really understand. Chicago is a city in the USA. `How are you?' `Very well thank you.' Has the waiter given you a menu yet? Only women go to my gym on Thursday evenings.

Unit 3 Phrases

a little / ltl/ trosku first language /fst læwd/ matestina What's the currency of your country? /wts ð krnsi v j(r) kntri/ Jakou mnou se platí ve vasí zemi? What's the language of your country? /wts ð læwd v j(r) kntri/ Jakou ecí se mluví ve vasí zemi? What's this in English? /wts ðs n l/ Jak se to ekne anglicky? What's your nationality? /wts j(r) nænælti/ Jaké je vase obcanství? Where are you from? /we(r) (r) ju frm/ Odkud pocházíte?

English Result Elementary Czech Wordlist © Oxford University Press 2010


Unit 4

airport n /ept/ alarm clock n /lm klk/ always adv /lwez/ April n /eprl/ August n /st/ bathroom n /brm/ beach n /bit/ bed n /bed/ before adv /bf(r)/ birthday n /bde/ bread n /bred/ calendar n /kælnd(r)/ cancel v /kænsl/ celebrate v /selbret/ closed adj /klzd/ coffee break n /kfi brek/ coffee machine n /kfi min/ date n /det/ December n /dsemb(r)/ do v /du/ early adv /li/ eat v /it/ eighteenth /etin/ eighth /et/ eleventh /levn/ exam n /zæm/ February n /februri/ fifteenth /fftin/ fifth /ff/ first /fst/ fourteenth /ftin/ fourth /f/ fruit n /frut/ full adj /fl/ garden n /dn/ go v // habits n pl /hæbts/ half-price adj /hf pras/ have v /hæv/ hear v /h(r)/ holiday n /hlde/ hotel n /htel/ into prep /ntu/ January n /dænjuri/ July n /dula/ June n /dun/ late adj /let/ letist budík pokazdé duben srpen koupelna pláz postel ped narozeniny chléb kalendá zrusit oslavovat zavený pestávka (na obcerstvení) automat na kávu datum prosinec dlat brzy jíst osmnáctý osmý jedenáctý zkouska únor patnáctý pátý první ctrnáctý ctvrtý ovoce plný zahrada jít; jet zvyky polovicní cena jíst slyset dovolená hotel do leden cervenec cerven pozd What time do you arrive at the airport? She set the alarm clock for half past six. Why is the train always late when I'm in a hurry? In Britain they say `April showers bring forth May flowers.' My birthday is in August. We have two bathrooms in our house. Shall we go to the beach on Saturday? What time do you go to bed? You can call me any time before 10 o'clock. My birthday's on November 15th. I must buy a loaf of bread. Can you write the date of the party on the calendar please? All flights have been cancelled because of the bad weather. When I got the job we celebrated by going out for a meal. The supermarket is closed. How often do you have coffee breaks? You are always at the coffee machine with Holly. What's the date today? Christmas Day is the 25th of December. You leave the house. What do you do next? I have to get up early on weekday mornings. Who ate all the biscuits? I was given a car for my eighteenth birthday present. My birthday is the 8th of July. My exam is on the 11th of June. I am revising for an exam. Valentines Day is on February 14th. The party is to celebrate his 15th birthday. I didn't win the race. I came fifth. I won the race. I was first across the finish line. We go on holiday on the 14th of May. American Independence Day is the 4th of July. Would you like some fruit? The bus was full so we had to wait for the next one. Our garden is full of flowers. I go swimming on a Thursday evening. Mark has some annoying habits. The offer is for a half-price cinema ticket. What do you have for breakfast? Can you speak a little louder ­ I can't hear very well. I'm going to take a week's holiday in May. I've booked a double room at the Grand Hotel. I hurt my head when I walked into a door. We're going skiing in January. Is Mother's Day in July or March? Father's Day is in June. I'm sorry I'm late.


English Result Elementary Czech Wordlist © Oxford University Press 2010

leave v /liv/ live v /lv/ March n /mt/ May n /me/ month n /mn/ museum n /mjuzim/ never /nev(r)/ nineteenth /nantin/ ninth /nan/ normal adj /nml/ November n /nvemb(r)/ October n /ktb(r)/ often adv /fn/ on prep /n/ open adj /pn/ play v /ple/ private adj /pravt/ second /seknd/ September n /septemb(r)/ seventeenth /sevntin/ seventh /sevn/ shop n /p/ sit down v /st dan/ sixteenth /skstin/ sixth /sks/ somebody /smbdi/ sometimes adv /smtamz/ study v /stdi/ tenth /ten/ theatre n /t(r)/ think v /k/ third /d/ thirteenth /tin/ thirtieth /ti/ thirty-first /ti fst/ time n /tam/ twelfth /twelf/ twentieth /twenti/ twenty-first /twenti fst/ usually adv /juli/ without prep /wðat/ work n /wk/

odejít bydlet bezen kvten msíc muzeum nikdy devatenáctý devátý normální listopad íjen casto v, na otevený hrát (si) soukromý druhý záí sedmnáctý sedmý obchod posadit se sestnáctý sestý nkdo obcas studovat desátý divadlo myslet (si) tetí tináctý ticátý ticátý první cas dvanáctý dvacátý dvacátý první obvykle bez práce

We should leave now if we're going to get there by eight o'clock. Where do you live? The school children have a week's holiday in March. In Britain, May has two national holidays. They are starting work next month. Have you been to the Science Museum in London? He never eats meat. My driving test is on the 19th of September. September is the ninth month. It's quite normal to feel angry in a situation like this. Bonfire Night is celebrated on November the 5th. Halloween is on October the 31st. We often go swimming at the weekend. Where shall we go on Monday? The bank isn't open till 9.30. Emma's found a new friend to play with. This is private property. You may not park here. We are going on holiday in the second week in July. I am getting married in September. End of term is the 17th of April. July is the seventh month of the year. What time does the shop open? After work I like to sit down and watch television. Magda's birthday is the 16th of October. Today is the sixth of March. There's somebody at the door. I sometimes watch television in the evenings. He is going to study French at university. October is the tenth month of the year. How often do you go to the theatre? `Sue's coming tomorrow, isn't she?' `Yes, I think so.' `The Third Man' is a novel by Graham Greene. Friday the 13th is meant to be an unlucky day. It is my thirtieth birthday next week. New Year's Eve is the thirty-first of December. What time does the film start? `Twelfth Night' is a play by William Shakespeare. The first day of term is the twentieth of August. What should I do to celebrate my twenty-first birthday? She's usually home by six. I sometimes go without breakfast as I am always late for school. When do you start work?

Unit 4 Phrases

a long holiday / l hlde/ dlouhá dovolená at half past three /æt hf pst ri/ v pl ctvrté at the end of August /æt ði end v st/ v plce srpna at the weekend /æt ð wikend/ o víkendu bad news /bæd njuz/ spatná zpráva

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be late for /bi let f(r)/ mít zpozdní brush your teeth /br j(r) ti/ umýt si zuby check your email /tek j(r) imel/ zkontrolovat si (elektronickou) postu come back to /km bæk tu/ vrátit se k/do daily routines /deli rutinz/ denní rezim end of term /end v tm/ konec semestru finish work /fn wk/ skoncit práci Free entry. /fri entri/ Vstup zdarma. get dressed /et drest/ obléct (se) get up /et p/ vstát go for a run / f(r) rn/ jít si zabhat go for lunch with / f(r) lnt wð/ jít na obd s go to bed at / t bed æt/ jít do postele v go to work by ... / t wk ba/ jít do práce ... Good luck! /d lk/ Hodn ststí! good news /d njuz/ dobra zpráva have ... for breakfast /hæv f brekfst/ jíst ... na snídani have a coffee break at ... /hæv kfi brek æt/ mít pestávku na svacinu v ... have a shower /hæv a(r)/ osprchovat se have breakfast /hæv brekfst/ snídat have lunch with ... /hæv lnt wð/ obdvat s ... have tea or coffee /hæv ti (r) kfi/ pít caj nebo kávu How often ...? /ha fn/ Jak casto ...? I see. /a si/ Aha. in June /n dun/ v cervnu in the morning /n ð mn/ ráno leave the house /liv ð has/ vyjít z domu leave work /liv wk/ odejít z práce listen to the radio /lsn t ð redi/ poslouchat rádio main meal /men mil/ hlavní jídlo No entry. /n entri/ Vstup zakázán. No vacancies. /n veknsiz/ Obsazeno. not bad /nt bæd/ docela dobré Not very often. /nt veri fn/ Ne moc casto. Oh no! / n/ Ale ne! Oh really? / rli/ Vázn? on March 19th /n mt nantin/ 19. bezna on Tuesday /n tjuzde/ v úterý out of order /at v d(r)/ mimo provoz Please help yourself. /pliz help jself/ Nabídnte si prosím. read a newspaper /red njuzpep(r)/ pecíst si noviny so so /s s/ jakz takz Sold out. /sld at/ Vyprodáno. special days /spel dez/ významné dny start work /stt wk/ zacít pracovat That's great! /ðæts ret/ To je skvlé! wake up /wek p/ probudit (se) watch breakfast TV /wt brekfst ti vi/ dívat se na ranní vysílání TV Well done! /wel dn/ Výborn! What's wrong? /wts r/ Copak se dje? working week /wk wik/ pracovní týden write letters /rat letz/ psát dopisy

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Unit 5

battery n /bætri/ big adj /b/ black adj /blæk/ blank adj /blæk/ blond(e) adj /blnd/ blue adj /blu/ brown adj /bran/ car n /k(r)/ cat n /kæt/ catalogue n /kætl/ chocolate n /tklt/ computer n /kmpjut(r)/ dog n /d/ dog food n /d fud/ DVD player n /di vi di ple(r)/ expensive adj /kspensv/ eye n /a/ fat adj /fæt/ file n /fal/ gift n /ft/ give v /v/ green adj /rin/ grey adj /re/ hair n /he(r)/ interests n pl /ntrests/ introduce v /ntrdjus/ jazz n /dæz/ little adj /ltl/ long adj /l/ love v /lv/ me pron /mi/ mini adj /mni/ neighbour n /neb(r)/ new adj /nju/ notebook n /ntbk/ old adj /ld/ paper n /pep(r)/ present n /preznt/ printer n /prnt(r)/ printer ink n /prnt(r) k/ rat n /ræt/ red adj /red/ rubber n /rb(r)/ ruler n /rul(r)/ self-portrait n /self ptret/ short adj /t/ small adj /sml/ tall adj /tl/ baterie velký cerný prázdný blonatý modrý hndý auto kocka katalog cokoláda pocítac pes zrádlo pro psa pehrávac DVD drahý oko tlustý slozka dárek dát zelený sedý vlasy zájmy pedstavit koho (komu) jazz malý dlouhý milovat mi mini soused/-ka nový zápisník starý papír dárek tiskárna nápl do tiskárny krysa; potkan cervený; zrzavý guma (na gumování) pravítko autoportrét krátký malý vysoký I need to recharge a flat battery. This dress is too big for me. I want to buy some black shoes. I need a blank CD to download music onto. She has blonde hair and blue eyes. He has bright blue eyes. My brother has brown hair. Where can I park the car? Do you have a cat or a dog? She looked through the in-flight duty free catalogue. I like plain chocolate. The bills are all done by computer. I have a dog called Dexter. I must remember to buy some dog food. I brought a portable DVD player on the plane. I like the dress, but it is very expensive. He's got blue eyes. You'll get fat if you eat too much. I have a file of important documents. This watch was a gift from my mother. I gave Jackie a book for her birthday. I have green eyes. I think I have got grey hairs! He has got short, black hair. What are your hobbies and interests? `Who's that girl over there?' `Come with me and I'll introduce you.' Do you prefer modern or traditional jazz? Do you want the big cake or the little one? She has lovely long hair. I split up with my girlfriend, but I still love her. He telephoned me yesterday. My mum said my mini skirt was too short! My neighbours are very friendly. I need to buy a new printer. I wrote a shopping list in my notebook. This house is quite old. The printer has run out of paper. What present should we buy Kate? The printer had run out of ink. Printer ink is very expensive. There was a rat in the kitchen. She's got red hair and freckles. A rubber will remove pencil marks. A ruler is used to measure the length and width of things. My self-portrait wasn't very good. It didn't look like me. My dad is quite short. The small child began to cry. Claire is five feet tall.


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them pron /ðem/ thin adj /n/ tie n /ta/ us pron /s/ white adj /wat/ wine n /wan/ yellow adj /jel/

je, n, jich, nich, jim, nim, jimi, nimi hubený kravata nás, nám, my, námi bílý víno zlutý

`I've got the keys.' `Oh good. Give them to me.' You need to eat more. You're too thin! His tie was a very bright colour. Will you write to us? My white shirt is difficult to keep clean. Do you prefer red or white wine? Yellow is the colour of the sun.

Unit 5 Phrases

Anything else? /eni els/ Jest nco? Do you know my friend, ...? /d ju n ma frend/ Znáte mého pítele ...? Excuse me, can you help me? /kskjus mi kæn ju help mi/ Promite, mzete mi prosím pomoct? Have you got a/any ...? /hæv ju t eni/ Máte njaké ...? Here you are. /h(r) ju (r)/ Prosím. Tady máte ... I haven't got any ... /a hævnt t eni/ Nemám zádné ... It's short for ... /ts t f(r)/ Je to zkrácená forma ... This is ... /ðs z/ To je ...

Unit 6

and conj /ænd/ any det /eni/ apple n /æpl/ bar n /b(r)/ beans n pl /binz/ biscuit n /bskt/ book n /bk/ cake n /kek/ carrot n /kært/ cereal n /sril/ cheap adj /tip/ cheese n /tiz/ chicken n /tkn/ chips n pl /tps/ course n /ks/ cream n /krim/ crisps n pl /krsps/ dessert n /dzt/ egg n /e/ fish n /f/ food n /fud/ free adj /fri/ ham n /hæm/ jam n /dæm/ lunch n /lnt/ meat n /mit/ milk n /mlk/ menu n /menju/ onion n /njn/ pasta n /pæst/ a njaký jablko bar fazole susenka kniha kolác; dort mrkev obiloviny levný sýr kue, kuecí maso hranolky chod (jídla) smetana brambrky, cipsy dezert vejce ryba jídlo zdarma sunka dzem obd maso mléko menu cibule tstoviny I have three children. A boy and two girls. Do you have any change for the bus? Would you like an apple? She went to the bar and ordered a drink. We grow beans in our garden. The little boy wanted a chocolate biscuit. Is that a good book you're reading? Would you like some more cake? A pound of carrots, please. I had a bowl of cereal for breakfast. Oranges are cheap at the moment. I would like a toasted cheese sandwich. The chicken legs cost £3.00. I really fancy fish and chips for dinner! I had chicken for the main course. Would you like cream on your apple pie? I had some crisps and a sandwich for lunch. What would you like for dessert ­ ice cream or fruit? I'd like egg and chips please. We're having fish for dinner. My favourite food is pasta. Admission to the museum is free of charge. Would you like ham or cheese in your sandwich? We picked some strawberries and made jam. What would you like for lunch? She doesn't eat meat ­ she's a vegetarian. Do you take milk in your coffee? They do a special lunchtime menu here. Onion soup is delicious! The restaurant serves great pasta dishes.


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peas n pl /piz/ pie n /pa/ piece n /pis/ pizza n /pits/ potato n /ptet/ price n /pras/ rice n /ras/ salad n /sæld/ salt n /slt/ sandwich n /sænwd/ sausage n /ssd/ some /sm/ soup n /sup/ steak n /stek/ sugar n /(r)/ tea n /ti/ tea bag n /ti bæ/ tip n /tp/ toasted v /tstd/ tomato n /tmt/ TV n /ti vi/ vegetable n /vedtbl/ water n /wt(r)/ with prep /wð/ yogurt n /jt/

hrásek závin, kolác kus pizza brambor(a) cena rýze salát sl sendvic klobása, párek njaký, trochu polévka biftek cukr caj sácek caje spropitné opecený, toastovaný rajce televize zelenina voda s jogurt

The little boy refused to eat his peas. Would you like ice-cream with your apple pie? Would you like a small piece of cake? I would like ham and mushroom on my pizza. Please can you peel the potatoes? What's the price of petrol now? Risotto is made from rice. All main courses are served with chips or salad. Add a pinch of salt. I had a sandwich for lunch. We had sausages and chips for lunch. They stopped to buy some petrol. I made a big pot of soup today. How do you like your steak cooked? Do you take sugar in your tea? Two teas and one coffee, please. I haven't got many tea bags. I gave the porter a $5 tip. Would you like your sandwich toasted? The tomato soup was horrible. I'm not allowed to eat my dinner in front of the TV. My son won't eat vegetables. Can we have a jug of water please? Would you like a side salad with your meal? Would you like a strawberry yogurt?

Unit 6 Phrases

a cinema ticket / snm tkt/ lístek do kina a cup of coffee / kp v kfi/ sálek caje a lot / lt/ hodn Are there any vegetables? /(r) ðe(r) eni vedtblz/ Je njaká zelenina? a ticket to Australia / tkt tu strel/ letenka/jízdenka do Austrálie Can I help you? /kæn a help ju/ Prosím? Pejete si? Do you take sugar? /d ju tek (r)/ Sladíte? fruit salad /frut sæld/ ovocný salát Have you got any apples? /hæv ju t eni æplz/ Máte jablka? Help yourself! /help jself/ Prosím, posluzte si! How many do you need? /ha meni d ju nid/ Kolik potebujete? (u pocitatelných jmen) How much do you want? /ha mt d ju wnt/ Kolik chcete? (u nepocitatelných jmen) How much is ...? /ha mt z/ Kolik stojí ...? I'd like a biscuit. /ad lak bskt/ Dal bych si susenku. not many /nt meni/ ne moc (u pocitatelných jmen) not much /nt mt/ ne moc (u nepocitatelných jmen) Sorry. We haven't got any ... /sri wi hævnt t eni/ Bohuzel nemáme zádné ... We've got some ... /wiv t sm/ Máme pár/trochu ... Would you like a crisp? /wd ju lak krsp/ Dáte si cipsy? Would you like another? /wd ju lak nð(r)/ Dáte si jest? Would you like anything to drink? /wd ju lak eni t drk/ Dáte si nco k pití?

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Unit 7

a lot of adv / lt v/ about prep /bat/ also adv /ls/ average adj /ævrd/ badly adv /bædli/ ball n /bl/ can v /kæn/ climb v /klam/ cloud n /klad/ cloudy adj /kladi/ cold adj /kld/ cook v /kk/ cool adj /kul/ draw v /dr/ drive v /drav/ dry adj /dra/ easily adv /izli/ enjoy v /nd/ exercise n /ekssaz/ field n /fild/ free time n /fri tam/ fun n /fn/ guitar n /t(r)/ hate v /het/ hobby n /hbi/ hot adj /ht/ ice n /as/ icy adj /asi/ jump v /dmp/ kick v /kk/ lake n /lek/ like v /lak/ love v /lv/ magazine n /mæzin/ meet v /mit/ mountain n /mantn/ nature n /net(r)/ paint v /pent/ rain n /ren/ rainy adj /reni/ relaxing adj /rlæks/ ride v /rad/ river n /rv(r)/ run v /rn/ sit v /st/ skate v /sket/ ski v /ski/ slowly adv /slli/ snow n /sn/ snowy adj /sni/ hodn asi taky prmrný spatn míc(ek) umt vylézt mrak zamracený studený vait chladný (na)kreslit jet autem suchý snadno mít rád cvicení pole volno legrace kytara nenávidt konícek horký led zledovatlý (vy)skocit kopnout jezero mít rád milovat casopis seznámit se hora píroda (na)malovat dés destivý uklidující, rekreacní jet eka bzet sedt bruslit lyzovat pomalu sníh snhový There's been a lot of rain this year. It's about three miles from here to the city centre. The food is wonderful, and also very cheap. What's the average age of your students? She did badly in the exams. The ball was kicked over the fence. Can you ride a bike? I can climb up a tree. The sun disappeared behind a cloud. It is a very cloudy day. I'm not going into the sea ­ the water's too cold. My mother taught me how to cook. It was a cool evening so I put on a jumper. Shall I draw you a map of how to get there? I usually drive to work. My washing isn't dry. I can easily ring up and check the time. He enjoys skiing very much. The doctor advised him to take regular exercise. People were working in the fields. What do you do in your free time? We had a lot of fun at the party last night. I can play both the guitar and the piano. I hate it when it's raining like this. Barry's hobby is stamp collecting. It was boiling hot on the beach. I slipped on a patch of ice. Be careful! The roads are very icy. How high can you jump? He kicked the ball wide of the net. We all swam in the lake. I like playing tennis. I love the summer! I read a magazine on the train. Where did you first meet your husband? We climbed to the top of the mountain. Nature is a wonderful thing. I like to draw and paint. It's pouring with rain. It's another rainy day! We had a quiet and relaxing holiday. She jumped onto her motorbike and rode off. He sat down on the bank of the river to fish. I had to run to catch the bus. We sat in the garden all afternoon. Can you skate? When did you learn to ski? He walked slowly along the street. Three centimetres of snow fell during the night. The weather was very snowy.

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stamp n /stæmp/ stand v /stænd/ sun n /sn/ sunny adj /sni/ swim v /swm/ that det /ðæt/ travel v /trævl/ walk v /wk/ wall n /wl/ warm adj /wm/ weather n /weð(r)/ wet adj /wet/ wind n /wnd/ windy adj /wndi/

postovní známka stát slunce slunecný plavat (tam)ten cestovat chodit stna teplý pocasí destivý vítr vtrný

I need to put a stamp on this letter. Stand still - I'm trying to take a photo of you! The sun rises in the east and sets in the west. What a lovely, sunny day! How far can you swim? `This one?' `No, that one over there.' Before he goes to university he is going to travel for a year. I walk to work every day. He put the picture up on the wall. It's quite warm in the sunshine. What's the weather like where you are? It was a wet and cold day. A gust of wind blew his hat off. The windy day was perfect for drying the laundry outside.

Unit 7 Phrases

Can you ...? /kæn ju/ Umís/umíte ...? go fishing / f/ jít na ryby go for a run / f(r) rn/ jít si zabhat go for a swim / f(r) swm/ jít si zaplavat go roller-skating / rl(r) sket/ jít si zabruslit (na koleckových bruslích) go sailing / sel/ udlat si výlet na jacht How about (the park)? /ha bat (ð pk)/ A co teba (do parku)? I don't like ... /a dnt lak/ Nemám rád ... kick a ball /kk bl/ kopnout do míce Let's go out. /lets at/ Pojme ven. no problem /n prblm/ zádný problém not very well /nt veri wil/ ne moc dobe one book a month /wn bk mn/ jednu knihu za msíc play basketball /ple bsktbl/ hrát kosíkovou play cards /ple kdz/ hrát karty play table tennis /ple tebl tens/ hrát stolní tenis play the guitar /ple ð t(r)/ hrát na kytaru read a book /red bk/ císt knihu read the newspaper /red ð njuzpep(r)/ císt noviny ride a bike /rad bak/ jezdit na kole spend a lot of time (doing) /spend lt v tam (du)/ trávit hodn casu (dláním ceho) taking photos /tek ftz/ focení very slowly /veri slli/ pomalicku What shall we do? /wt æl wi du/ Co budeme dlat? What's the weather like? /wts ð weð(r) lak/ Jaké je pocasí? Where shall we go? /we(r) æl wi / Kam pjdeme?

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Unit 8

alone adv /ln/ arrive v /rav/ aunt n /nt/ bird n /bd/ boots n pl /buts/ boring adj /br/ be busy adj /bi bzi/ but conj /bt/ cap n /kæp/ coat n /kt/ conversation n /knvsen/ customer n /kstm(r)/ dance v /dns/ dinner party n /dn(r) pti/ dress n /dres/ exciting adj /ksat/ favourite adj /fevrt/ fridge n /frd/ hat n /hæt/ Internet n /ntnet/ invite v /nvat/ jacket n /dækt/ jeans n pl /dinz/ laugh v /lf/ long skirt n /l skt/ lunchtime n /lnttam/ mailbox n /melbks/ moment n /mmnt/ musician n /mjuzn/ newspaper n /njuzpep(r)/ nobody pron /nbdi/ phone call n /fn kl/ plan n /plæn/ problem n /prblm/ quiet adj /kwat/ sandals n pl /sændlz/ shirt n /t/ shoes n pl /uz/ shopping n /p/ short skirt n /t skt/ shorts n pl /ts/ smile v /smal/ strange adj /strend/ suit n /sut/ sweater n /swet(r)/ tape n /tep/ tie n /ta/ sám pijet teta pták (vysoké) boty, koza/c/ ky nudný mít hodn práce I don't like walking home alone after dark. What time does the train arrive in Newcastle? Aunt Ellen is coming for tea. The birds were singing in the trees. Don't wear your work boots with your suit!

The presentation was very boring. Mr Khan is busy until 4 o'clock but he could see you after that. ale She's been learning Italian for five years but she doesn't speak it very well. ksiltovka I like your baseball cap. kabát Put your coat on ­ it's cold outside. rozhovor His job is his only topic of conversation. zákazník/zákaznice The shop assistant was serving a customer. tancit I can't dance very well. slavnostní vecee I am having a dinner party for eight people. (dívcí, dámské) saty Where is your dress from? It's lovely. vzrusující That's very exciting news. oblíbený What is your favourite colour? lednicka Please keep the fridge door shut! klobouk Do I have to wear a hat to the wedding? internet I read about it on the Internet. pozvat We invited all the family to the wedding. sako Do you have to wear a jacket and tie to work? dzíny These jeans are a bit too tight. smát se His jokes always make me laugh. dlouhá sukn We have to wear a long skirt to school. doba obda I'll meet you at lunchtime. e-mailová schránka She checked the messages in her mailbox. okamzik I'll be ready in a moment. hudebník/hudebnice The musician was very talented. noviny I read about it in the newspaper. nikdo There was nobody at home. telefonní hovor I just need to make a quick phone call. plán There has been a change of plan ­ we're meeting at the restaurant. problém You won't solve the problem if you ignore it. tichý The children's mother longed for a quiet moment. sandály She wore her sandals on the beach. kosile I bought you a new shirt to wear to the wedding. boty Please take your shoes off at the door. nakupování We always do the shopping on a Friday night. minisukn We are not allowed to wear short skirts to school. sortky I need to get a new pair of shorts. usmát se Smile for the camera! zvlástní A very strange thing happened to me on the way home. oblek He always wears a suit and tie to work. svetr Put a sweater on, it is cold outside. (magnetofonová) páska I've got the whole concert on tape. kravata He wore a striped silk tie.


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trousers n pl /trazz/ T-shirt n /tit/ uncle n /kl/ wear v /we(r)/ wedding n /wed/

kalhoty tricko strýc nosit, oblékat se svatba

I need a new pair of trousers. His T-shirt has a logo on it. We are going to visit Uncle Steven. I have no idea what to wear! I've been invited to their wedding.

Unit 8 Phrases

after class /ft(r) kls/ po hodin Are you enjoying it? /(r) ju nd t/ Líbí se ti/vám to? arrive home /rav hm/ pijít/pijet dom get dressed /et drest/ obléct se go for a coffee / f(r) kfi/ jít na kávu go for a drink / f(r) drk/ jít na sklenicku go for a sandwich / f(r) sænwd/ jít na sendvic go for a walk / f(r) wk/ jít na procházku go to the cinema / t ð snm/ jít do kina go to the gym / t ð dm/ jít si zacvicit go to the park / t ð pk/ jít do parku go to the pool / t ð pul/ jít na plovárnu go to the shops / t ð ps/ jít nakupovat have a drink /hæv drk/ napít se nceho have a shower /hæv a(r)/ sprchovat se have fun /hæv fn/ pobavit se No thanks ­ I haven't got time. /n æks a hævnt t tam/ Ne díky ­ nemám cas. play the saxophone /ple ð sæksfn/ hrát na saxofon the phone rings /ð fn rz/ zvoní telefon What are you reading? /wt (r) ju red/ Co ctes/ctete? What shall I wear? /wt æl a we(r)/ Co si mám vzít na sebe? Yes, sure. /jes (r)/ Ano, jasn.

Unit 9

abroad adv /brd/ across prep /krs/ after prep /ft(r)/ art gallery n /t ælri/ ask v /sk/ away adv /we/ bank n /bæk/ beautiful adj /bjutfl/ between prep /btwin/ body n /bdi/ bridge n /brd/ bus station n /bs sten/ call n /kl/ castle n /ksl/ change v /tend/ city n /sti/ v/do zahranicí pes po umlecká galerie zeptat se pryc banka (pe)krásný mezi mrtvola most autobusové nádrazí telefonický hovor hrad, zámek pesedat (velko)msto My mother has never been abroad. Go across the bridge. Ian phoned just after six o'clock. The art gallery held an exhibition of Monet's paintings. We need to ask about tickets. He told her to go away. I need to go to the bank to get some money out. What a beautiful day ­ the weather's perfect! I was sitting between Ross and Charlie. The police have found a body in the canal. They built a bridge over the River Danube. I should be at the bus station for 10am. There was a phone call for you earlier. Have you been to Edinburgh Castle? Can we get to Mumbai direct or do we have to change trains? Venice is one of the most beautiful cities in the world.


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clean adj /klin/ clinic n /klnk/ close v /klz/ concert n /knst/ corner n /kn(r)/ craft market n /krft mkt/ cross v /krs/ crowded adj /kradd/ dead adj /ded/ decide v /dsad/ departure gate n /dpt(r) et/ directions n pl /dareknz/ dirty adj /dti/ empty adj /empti/ end n /end/ famous adj /fems/ follow v /fl/ football stadium n /ftbl stedim/ forest n /frst/ friendly adj /frendli/ full of adj /fl v/ greetings n pl /ritz/ happen v /hæpn/ health centre n /hel sent(r)/ here adv /h(r)/ hospital n /hsptl/ inside adv /nsad/ interesting adj /ntrest/ knock v /nk/ last summer n /lst sm(r)/ last year n /lst j(r)/ line n /lan/ lights n pl /lats/ move v /muv/ next to prep /nekst tu/ nice adj /nas/ noisy adj /nzi/ notice v /nts/ opposite prep /pzt/ out of prep /at v/ personality n /psnælti/ phone box n /fn bks/ plane n /plen/ police station n /plis sten/ pool n /pul/ post office n /pst fs/ postcard n /pstkd/ push v /p/

cistý klinika zavít koncert roh emeslný trh pekrocit nacpaný (lidmi) mrtvý rozhodnout (se) východ (k letadlu) nasmrování spinavý prázdný konec slavný sledovat fotbalový stadión les pátelský plný srdecné pozdravy stát se zdravotní stedisko tady nemocnice dovnit zajímavý klepat loské léto vloni fronta semafor pesthovat se vedle píjemný hlucný vsimnout si naproti cemu z povaha telefonní budka letadlo policejní stanice plavecký bazén posta pohled(nice) strkat, tlacit

Cats are very clean animals. He's being treated at a private clinic. She usually closes the shop at 6pm. The band is on tour playing concerts all over the country. The shop is on the corner of Wall Street and Long Road. The craft market is worth a visit. Where did you cross the border? The bus was crowded with people. Police found a dead body under the bridge. There are so many to choose from ­ I can't decide! Please go to the departure gate for boarding. I'll give you the directions to my house. Your hands are dirty. Go and wash them! The bus was half empty. My house is at the end of the street. Glasgow is famous for its museums and art galleries. Follow this road for a mile and then turn right. Wembley is a large football stadium. The forest was home to many species of animals. Everyone here has been very friendly towards us. The hotel was full of football fans. Greetings from Turkey! It's bound to happen soon. There are four doctors at the health centre. Is there a bank near here? His mother's in hospital. I walked inside the house. The film was long, but very interesting. Someone is knocking at the door. We went to France last summer. Last year we went to Spain on holiday. Go to the end of the line. You have to stop when the traffic lights are red. We plan to move house this year. He sat down next to Gita. It would be nice to spend more time at home. The classroom was very noisy. `What kind of car was the man driving?' `I'm afraid I didn't notice.' The bank is opposite the supermarket. Just go out of the door and turn left. Joe has a kind personality. Is there a phone box near here? Has her plane landed yet? Where is the police station? The children had a lot of fun splashing in the swimming pool. I have to go to the post office to send this parcel. Don't forget to send me a postcard! Don't push me!


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return ticket n /rtn tkt/ road n /rd/ shopping centre n /p sent(r)/ since then adv /sns ðen/ sleepy adj /slipi/ something pron /sm/ souvenir n /suvn(r)/ start v /stt/ stay v /ste/ stop n /stp/ story n /stri/ straight on adv /stret n/ take v /tek/ tell v /tel/ the same adj /ð sem/ train station n /tren sten/ turn left phr v /tn left/ turn right phr v /tn rat/ turn round phr v /tnrand/ typical adj /tpkl/ ugly adj /li/ uncomfortable adj /nkmftbl/ underground station n /ndrand sten/ unfriendly adj /nfrendli/ university n /junvsti/ view n /vju/ visit v /vzt/ wait v /wet/ wrong adj /r/ yesterday adv /jestde/ youth hostel n /ju hstl/

zpátecní jízdenka silnice nákupní stedisko od té doby ospalý nco suvenýr zacít být ubytován zastávka (autobusu) píbh rovn jet íct stejný vlakové nádrazí zahnout doleva zahnout doprava otocit se typický skaredý nepohodlný stanice metra nepátelský univerzita, vysoká (skola) rozhled navstívit cekat spatný vcera hostel

Can I buy a return ticket to Prague please? Turn left off the main road. The shopping centre was very crowded. I haven't heard from him since then. These pills might make you feel a bit sleepy. Would you like something else to drink? I brought back a menu as a souvenir of my trip. Turn over your exam papers and start now. Which hotel are you staying at? I will meet you at the bus stop. I'll tell you a story about the animals that live in that forest. Go straight on then turn left. Take the Inner Circle Line on the tube. I can tell you a story that will make you laugh! My parents went to the same university. Could you meet me at the train station when I arrive? To get to my house you need to turn left after the school. If you want to get to the supermarket you have to turn right at the roundabout. I think we are lost. Perhaps we should just turn round and go home. There's no such thing as a typical American. The burn left an ugly scar on her face. My shoes are very uncomfortable. The underground station was very quiet late at night. My neighbours are very unfriendly. Which university did you go to? There are breathtaking views from the top of the mountain. When you go to London you must visit the Science Museum. If I'm a bit late, can you wait for me? The exam went well, but I know I got some answers wrong. Did you watch the film on TV yesterday? It is cheaper to stay in a youth hostel than a hotel.

Unit 9 Phrases

a comfortable room / kmftbl rm/ pohodlný pokoj a crowded beach / kradd bit/ peplnná pláz a noisy building site / nzi bld sat/ hlucné stavenist a quiet pool / kwat pul/ tichá plovárna a sea view / si vju/ výhled na moe at the corner /æt ð kn(r)/ na rohu cheap restaurants /tip restrnts/ levné restaurace dirty restaurants /dti restrnts/ spinavé restaurace exciting nightlife /ksat natlaf/ úzasný nocní zivot Excuse me, is there a ... near here? /kskjus mi z ðe(r) n(r) h(r)/ Promite prosím, je tady nkde ...?

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Excuse me, where's ...? /kskjus mi we(r)z/ Promite prosím, kde je ...? friendly people /frendli pipl/ pátelstí lidé Get off at ... /et f æt/ Vystoupit (z ceho kde) ... Go across the bridge. / krs ð brd/ Pejdte most. Go out of the .... / at v ð/ Vyjdte z ... Go straight on. / stret n/ Jdte stále rovn. How can I get to ...? /ha kn a et tu/ Jak se dostanu k ...? How do you pronounce this, please? /ha d ju prnans ðs pliz/ Jak se to vyslovuje, prosím? It goes from gate ... /t z frm et/ Odbavení je u východu ... It takes (five) minutes. /t teks (fav) mnts/ Trvá to (pt) minut. It's (two) stops from ... /ts (tu) stps frm/ Je to (dv) zastávky od ... It's great. /ts ret/ To je skvlé. just over there /dst v(r) ðe(r)/ je to tamhle on the (blue) line /n ð (blu) lan/ na (modré) cáe See you soon. /si ju sun/ Brzy nashle. take the bus /tek ð bs/ jet autobusem the end of the line /ð end v ð lan/ konec fronty the long way round /ð l we rand/ zajízka There's a (bus) every (five) minutes. /ðez (bs) evri (fav) mnts/ Jede tam (autobus) kazdých (pt) minut. Turn left at the corner. /tn left æt ð kn(r)/ Zahnte doleva na rohu. Turn right at the lights. /tn rat æt ð lats/ Zahnte doprava na semaforu. walk across /wk krs/ projdte pes Was it good? /wz t d/ Bylo to fajn? Was the (weather) nice? /wz ð (weð(r)) nas/ Bylo hezké (pocasí)? wet weather /wet weð(r)/ destivo What are you doing now? /wt (r) ju du na/ Co te dláte? What did you do yesterday? /wt dd ju du jestde/ Co jste dlal vcera? What was the (weather) like? /wt wz ð (weð(r)) lak/ Jaké bylo (pocasí)? Where are you? /we(r) (r) ju/ Kde jste? Who were you with? /hu w(r) ju wð/ S kým jste byl? You can walk there in an hour. /ju kæn wk ðe(r) n æn a(r)/ Dojdete tam za hodinku.

Unit 10

actor n /ækt(r)/ army n /mi/ become v /bkm/ buy v /ba/ bring v /br/ business n /bzns/ call v /kl/ career n /kr(r)/ country house n /kntri has/ degree n /dri/ die v /da/ different adj /dfrnt/ education n /eduken/ high school n /ha skul/ interview n /ntvju/ job n /db/ join v /dn/ just adv /dst/ herec/herecka armáda stát se koupit pivést (si) podnik jmenovat se kariéra, povolání venkovské sídlo akademický titul zemít rozdílný vzdlání stední skola (pijímací) pohovor práce vstoupit (do armády) jen The award for Best Actor goes to ... My brother wants to join the army. She wants to become a pilot. I'm going to buy a new dress for the party. Is it all right if I bring a friend to the party? She aims to start a business of her own. His wife is called Vanessa. Sarah is considering a career in engineering. The country house was built in 1750. She's got a degree in Philosophy. My father died when I was three. The play was different from anything I had seen before. She received an excellent education. `What school did you go to?' `Edgbaston High School.' I thought the interview went very well. She got a job as a waitress. She joined the army at the age of eighteen. Don't just answer `yes' or `no'.


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kill v /kl/ make v /mek/ mechanic n /mkænk/ medicine n /medsn/ peace n /pis/ prize n /praz/ qualification n /kwlfken/ respond v /rspnd/ return v /rtn/ see v /si/ sell v /sel/ jeans n pl /dinz/ spaghetti n /speti/ subject n /sbdkt/ the country n /ð kntri/ thought n /t/ wine bar n /wan b(r)/

zabít dlat mechanik/mechanicka lékaství mír cena (nap. v soutzi) (odborná) kvalifikace odpovdt vrátit se vidt prodat dzíny spagety pedmt, obor venkov myslenka vinárna

She planned to kill Jackie with poison. The children wanted to help make the cake. A car mechanic works in a garage. I plan to study medicine. A UN force has been sent in to keep the peace. She won first prize in the competition. She left school at 16 with no formal qualifications. I have to respond to this letter immediately. When did you return from Italy? What did you see at the cinema yesterday? I sold my guitar to my neighbour for £200. These jeans are a bit too tight. How long does spaghetti take to cook? My favourite subjects at school are Biology and French. Do you live in a town or in the country? I gave it a lot of thought, and decided to take the job. Shall we go to the new wine bar in town?

Unit 10 Phrases

Come in. /km n/ Poj/-te dál. for a while /f(r) wal/ na chvíli for six months /f(r) sks mns/ na sest msíc get married /et mærid/ vdát se; ozenit se have a child /hæv tald/ mít dít it's called ... /ts kld/ jmenuje se ... It's for you. /ts f(r) ju/ To je pro tebe/vás. key facts /ki fækts/ stzejní fakta real names /ril nemz/ skutecná jména Thank you for coming. /æk ju f(r) km/ Dkuj za návstvu. Where did you go? /we(r) dd ju / Kde jste byl?

Unit 11

accommodation n /kmden/ attractive adj /træktv/ bad adj /bæd/ bath n /b/ bathroom n /brum/ bedroom n /bedrum/ behave v /bhev/ best adj /best/ better adj /bet(r)/ campsite n /kæmpsat/ cooker n /kk(r)/ cupboard n /kbd/ cup n /kp/ dining room n /dan rum/ enough adv /nf/ fantastic adj /fæntæstk/ ubytování pitazlivý spatný koupel koupelna loznice chovat se nejlepsí lepsí táboist sporák, vaic kredenc sálek jídelna dost skvlý The price of the holiday includes flights and accommodation. The Lake District is an attractive part of the country. I'm afraid I have some bad news. Would you prefer to take a bath or a shower? I can never get into the bathroom first in the morning! You can sleep in the spare bedroom. He behaves as if he were the boss. Who in the class is best at Maths? I think her second novel was much better than her first. The campsite had great facilities. The cooker was broken so I ordered a takeaway. There was no food in the cupboard. Would you like a cup of tea? We can eat in the dining room or the kitchen. Does she speak Italian well enough to get the job? She's a fantastic swimmer.


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greet v /rit/ guest n /est/ hall n /hl/ hard adj /hd/ high adj /ha/ host n /hst/ kitchen n /ktn/ laptop n /læptp/ least adv /list/ lift n /lft/ living room n /lv rum/ modern adj /mdn/ most adv /mst/ old-fashioned adj /ld fænd/ opinion n /pnjn/ outside n /atsad/ over there adv /v ðe(r)/ palmtop n /pmtp/ peaceful adj /pisfl/ plant n /plnt/ plate n /plet/ quick adj /kwk/ shelf n /elf/ shower n /a(r)/ sink n /sk/ sofa n /sf/ soft adj /sft/ space n /spes/ stairs n pl /stez/ strong adj /str/ suggestion n /sdestn/ table n /tebl/ take (sth) off phr v /tek f/ tent n /tent/ than prep /ðæn/ thing n // toilet n /tlt/ too adv /tu/ too many adv /tu meni/ too much adv /tu mt/ try v /tra/ useful adj /jusfl/ wash up v /w p/ washbasin n /wbesn/ worse adj /ws/

pozdravit; pivítat host hala tvrdý vysoký hostitel/-ka kuchyn notebook nejmén výtah obývací pokoj moderní nej- , nejvíc(e) staromódní názor venku tamhle miniaturní pocítac klidný rostlina

talí rychlý police, regál sprcha dez gauc mkký místo schody pevný návrh stl vyzout se stan nez vc záchod pílis pílis mnoho (s pocitatelnými jmény) pílis moc (s That dress costs too much money. nepocitatelnými jmény) zkusit uzitecný mýt nádobí umyvadlo horsí

He greeted me with a friendly smile. This hotel has accommodation for 500 guests. There is a public telephone in the entrance hall. The bed was so hard I couldn't sleep. What's the highest mountain in the world? Their host for the evening was very attentive. We usually eat in the kitchen. I need to recharge my laptop. Everything has been reduced by at least 50%. It's on the third floor so we'd better take the lift. We can watch television in the living room. It is one of the most modern hospitals in the country. It's the most beautiful house I've ever seen. My mother has quite old-fashioned opinions. She asked me for my opinion of her new hairstyle and I told her. Shall we eat outside or inside? The painting would look better over there. The palmtop computer was very expensive. We live in a quiet and peaceful village. Please remember to water the plant while I am on holiday! There aren't enough plates and cups? Be quick! We are late already. I put up a shelf in the kitchen. I'd like a room with a shower, please. The kitchen sink was full of dirty plates. This sofa is very comfortable. The bed is very soft. Is there enough space for me to park the car there? We have to go up a few stairs, I'm afraid. Which table is the strongest? May I make a suggestion? The table cost £599. Take your shoes off before you enter. It takes me a long time to put the tent up. He's taller than me. What's that red thing on the table? Excuse me, where's the toilet? These boots are too small. My husband says I have too many pairs of shoes.

Try all the food your hosts offer. The teacher gave us some useful advice. You don't want too many things to wash up. There isn't a bath, but there is a washbasin. My exam results were much worse than I thought.

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Unit 11 Phrases

bed and breakfast /bed n brekfst/ nocleh se snídaní Can I make a suggestion? /kæn a mek sdestn/ Mohu nco navrhnout? I agree. /a ri/ Souhlasím. I think ... /a k/ Myslím ... Me too. /mi tu/ Já taky. not (good) enough /nt (d) nf/ ne dost (dobrý) self-catering apartment /self ketr ptmnt/ apartmán s kuchykou What about ...? /wt bat/ Co takhle ...? What do you think? /wt d ju k/ Co myslís/myslíte? Why don't you ...? /wa dnt ju/ Proc neudlás/neudláte ...? You could ... /ju kd/ Mohl bys/-te ...

Unit 12

appointment n /pntmnt/ arm n /m/ back n /bæk/ bank manager n /bæk mænd(r)/ barber n /bb(r)/ contact lenses n pl /kntækt lenzz/ cut down (on sth) phr v /kt dan/ dentist n /dentst/ dinner n /dn(r)/ feel v /fil/ foot n /ft/ hairdresser n /hedres(r)/ hand n /hænd/ head n /hed/ heart n /ht/ ill adj /l/ intention n /ntenn/ keep fit v /kip ft/ leg n /le/ lifestyle n /lafstal/ neck n /nek/ next adj /nekst/ nothing pron /n/ optician n /ptn/ organize v /naz/ prepare v /prpe(r)/ quit v /kwt/ reduce v /rdjus/ resolution n /rezlun/ shopkeeper n /pkip(r)/ sick adj /sk/ smoking n /smk/ schzka paze záda manazer banky holic kontaktní cocky omezit zubní léka vecee cítit se noha (od kotníku dol) kadeník/kadenice ruka (od zápstí dol) hlava srdce nemocný zámr udrzovat se v kondici noha zivotní styl krk, síje pístí nic optik/opticka poádat pipravit pestat snízit pedsevzetí majitel/-ka obchodu nemocný kouení I have an appointment with Dr Sula at 3 o'clock. I have broken my arm. I should go to the doctor about my back pain. I asked my bank manager for a loan. The barber's shop was closed. I prefer to wear glasses instead of contact lenses. You should cut down on fatty foods. I have to go to the dentist for a filling. Would you like to go out for dinner one evening? How are you feeling today? I cut my foot on a piece of glass. I must visit the hairdresser soon. My hair is getting very long. He shut his hand in the car door. He banged his head on the low beam. Look after your heart by taking regular exercise. My grandfather is seriously ill in hospital. Our intention was to leave early in the morning. I try my best to keep fit by running. A spider has eight legs. I try to live a healthy lifestyle. I have had a pain in my neck since the car accident. See you again next Monday. There's nothing in this suitcase. I have to go to my optician for an eye test. The school organizes trips to various places of interest. She can prepare new contact lenses for you while you are in the shop. It is not easy to quit smoking. The doctor told me to reduce the amount of junk food I eat. What are your New Year's resolutions? The shopkeeper closed the shop for lunch. You're too ill to work today ­ you should phone in sick. He's trying to quit smoking.


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stomach n /stmk/ stress n /stres/ weight n /wet/ well adj /wel/

zaludek stres váha zdravý

He went to the doctor with stomach pains. He's been under a lot of stress since his wife went into hospital. My plan is to lose weight and go to the gym twice a week. Get well soon.

Unit 12 Phrases

Can it be a bit later? /kæn t bi bt let(r)/ Mze to být trochu pozdji? early afternoon /li ftnun/ brzy odpoledne first thing in the morning /fst n ð mn/ hned ráno first thing on (Monday morning) /fst n (mnde mn)/ hned v (pondlí ráno) I hope you're well. /a hp j(r) wel/ Doufám, ze se ti/vám daí dobe. I'm writing to thank you for your present. /am rat t æk ju f(r) j(r) preznt/ Písi, abych Ti/Vám podkoval za dárek. It was a lovely surprise. /t wz lvli spraz/ Bylo to krásné pekvapení. late afternoon /let ftnun/ pozdji odpoledne late morning /let mn/ pozdji dopoledne lose weight /luz wet/ zhubnout mid-afternoon /md ftnun/ odpoledne mid-morning /md mn/ dopoledne perfect for me /pfkt f(r) mi/ mn to vyhovuje skvle stress-free /stres fri/ bez stresu that's fine /ðæts fan/ to je prima The (morning's) better for me. /ð (mnz) bet(r) f(r) mi/ (Ráno) mi vyhovuje víc. the day after tomorrow /ð de ft(r) tmr/ pozítí Write soon! /rat sun/ Napis/-te brzy! Translations based on the Oxford studijní slovník: výkladový slovník anglictiny s ceským pekladem © 2010 (ISBN: 9780194306539)

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