2 How to Use This Book 1000 Basic English Words is a four-book series designed to introduce basic English words to EFL learners and to reinforce the students learning through the systematic repetition of each of these words. The 240 words presented in each level, combined with the additional target words featured in the appendices included in each book, provide learners with over 1,000 practical, high-frequency English words. The words introduced in the series are commonly used in both spoken and written English. While the series focuses mainly on reading and writing skills, the listening tracks provide opportunities for listening practice as well. 1. Part A Word List and Practice Word List The first ten target words are presented in a list. Clear and concise definitions and simple sample sentences demonstrate usage and provide context. Full-color images illustrate each target word and provide visual assistance in comprehension. Phonetic symbols aid students with pronunciation, while parts of speech aid students with proper usage. Space is provided so that students can write the meanings of the target words in their native language. This student-friendly feature allows students to personalize their learning. Exercises 1 and 2 In Exercise 1, students check their understanding of words by matching synonyms or antonyms. In Exercise 2, students check their knowledge of the target words by matching them with the correct definitions. 4
3 2. Part B Word List and Practice Word List The second ten target words are presented in a list. Clear and concise definitions and simple sample sentences demonstrate usage and provide context. Exercises 1 and 2 ercises 1 and 2 In Exercise 1, students practice using the words in context in a gap-fill activity. In Exercise 2, a fun crossword puzzle tests students knowledge and understanding of the unit s target words. 3. Reading and Writing Practicece Alternating activities in odd and even units add variety to the practice activities. Reading Practice Readings introduce a variety of fiction and nonfiction topics and provide further examples of the target words in context. Post-Reading Reading comprehension questions test students reading skills and understanding of the topics. Writing Practice The Writing Practice section provides further practice of the target words in activities based on the content of the reading passage.
4 Part A Word List 1 Learn the words. Write the meanings in your own language. Track cry [krái] v. to show sadness He cries when he is sad. drive [dráiv] v. to make a car move He drives to work. funny [fʌńi] adj. causing to laugh The dog looks funny. hope [hóup] v. to want something to happen She hopes the sun comes out. laugh [lǽf] v. to show how happy you are Jan laughs a lot. nice [náis] adj. kind Mary is very nice. smile [smáil] v. to make a happy face She always smiles. strong [strɔ ːŋ] adj. powerful My uncle is very strong. student [stjúːdnt] n. a person who goes to school The student has many books. young [jʌ ŋ] adj. living only a short time so far The young girl loves her grandma.
5 Exercise e 1 Look at the word. Circle the word or phrase with the SAME meaning. 1. student 2. strong 3. nice 4. drive. young learner not weak old sing old table young strong move funny pen not nice tall sleep new game not funny friendly cry nice Exercise e 2 Match the words with the correct definitions. 1. funny a. to wish for something to be true 2. cry b. making us smile and laugh 3. hope c. to show that something is funny 4. laugh d. to make the sides of the mouth go up. smile e. to make a sad sound 7
6 Part B Word List Learn the words. Write the meanings in your own language. Track big [bíɡ] adj. large The red apple is big. boy [bɔí] n. a young male The boy is ten years old. child [tʃáild] (plural: children) n. a young boy or girl The child plays in the sand. have [hǽv] v. to own something She has a cat. loud [láud] adj. making a lot of sound The music is too loud. story [stɔ ːri] n. the events in a book We read a story at bedtime. swim [swím] v. to move through water using the arms and legs He can swim. today [tədéi] adv. on this day What day is it today? watch [wɑ tʃ ] v. to look at something They watch a movie. worry [wʌŕi] v. to feel troubled about something She always worries before a test. 8
7 Exercise e 1 1 Complete the sentences with the correct words from the box. boy have today swim story 1. The teacher reads a to the class. 2. We a blue car. 3. The is very strong. 4. It is my birthday.. I like to in the lake. Exercise e 2 Use the hints and the words in the box to complete the puzzle. child big worry loud watch I the child swim. 3. huge. not quiet a kid 4. Do not. It is OK. 9
8 Reading Practicece A. Read the passage. Track 3 First Day of School Sam watches the big yellow bus. It stops, and the bus driver opens the door. He smiles and says, Good morning! Sam gets on the bus. It is very loud on the bus. The children talk and laugh. They are happy to see their friends. Sam sits next to a young student. He looks like a nice boy. Sam looks at his mother and little sister, Jill. Jill makes a funny face, and Sam laughs. His mother cries. Jill hugs her and says, Don t worry, Mom. Jill hopes school is fun for Sam today. B. Circle T for true or F for false. 1. The children on the bus are loud. T F 2. Sam s mother laughs. T F C. Choose the correct answers. 1. Who does Sam sit next to? a. A young boy b. A strong girl 2. Why does Sam laugh? a. Jill tells a funny story. b. Jill makes a funny face. 10
9 Writing ing Pract cticece A. Change the bold words. Write true sentences about the reading A small yellow bus stops in front of Sam. 2. It is nice on the bus. 3. The young student looks like a strong boy. 4. Don t smile, Jill says to her mom.. Jill hopes school is fun for Sam tomorrow. B. Fill in the blanks to complete the summary of the reading. Use the words in the box. cries hopes today young It is Sam s first day of school _. He gets on the bus. He sits next to a _ boy. Sam laughs, but his mother _. Jill _ school is fun. 11
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