1 Numbers 1 20: 1 one 11 eleven 2 two 12 twelve 3 three 13 thirteen 4 four 14 fourteen 5 five 15 fifteen 6 six 16 sixteen 7 seven 17 seventeen 8 eight 18 eighteen 9 nine 19 nineteen 10 ten 20 twenty Nouns: Family: father, mother, husband, wife, twin, child, children, son, daughter, sister, brother, cousin Things: ball, egg, pen, book, magazine, orange, apple, bag Verbs: Meet, call, answer, complete, listen, look, talk, speak, write Present affirmative to be I am a student. He is a teacher. She is a doctor. It is a book. We are children. You are pilots. They are policemen. a + consonant sound a cat, a game, a son AN + vowel sound an apple, an old man, an umbrella Polite question Dave: This is my son, Fred, and my daughter, Nina. Fred, Nina, this is Mr. Saad. Fred: Hello, Mr. Saad. Nina: It s nice to meet you, Mr. Saad. Ibrahim: Hi, Fred. Hi, Nina. Please, call me Ibrahim. How old are you? Nina: Fred s and I m 13. Ibrahim: Are you twins? Fred: Yes, we are. We re twins. Questions Omar: Hi, I m Omar. What s your name? Fred: Hi, Omar. My name s Fred. Omar: It s nice to meet you, Fred. How are you? Fred: I m fine, thanks.
2 Things: computer, camera, mobile phone, TV, DVD player, camcorder, camera, bike, (school) uniform Colours: white, black, red, blue, orange, green, yellow, purple Describing clothes A: What s Fred wearing? B: He s wearing a coat. A: What colour is it? B: It is (It's) yellow. A: What are you wearing, Omar? Omar: I m wearing grey trousers, black shoes and a white shirt. Possessive ('s) Look. This is my father s car. It s my brother s bike. Possessive adjectives Clothes: blouse, scarf, headscarf, skirt, jeans, coat, uniform, badge, tie Jobs: doctor, dentist, nurse, policeman, soldier Personal Pronouns I You He She It We You They Possessive adjective My Your His Her Its Our Your Their House: Room, Living room, bedroom, Kitchen, Bathroom, (in the) garden I've got... I ve got a computer. But I haven t got a camcorder. Where s the...? A: Where s the computer? B: Bedroom. It s in the bedroom.
3 front gates, international, director, office, occupation, nationality, come in, card, rev classroom, corridor, library, reception, stairs, upstairs, fat, thin, round, square, mouse, project (n), sickbay, outside, take, do, talk, watch (v), milk, interesting, in vs outside, on the left, on the right, next to, opposite EX: Hello. My name s Dave Watson. I m 36 years old and I m an English teacher. I come from Oxford in England. Nina: What s your new school like, Dad? Tell me about it. Dave: It s nice, Nina. Well, you go through the front door and there s a corridor. Reception s on the left, then there s the Director s office. On the right, opposite reception, there s the teachers room Nina: And where are the classrooms? Dave: There are some stairs at the end of the corridor, on the right. The classrooms are upstairs. : describing actions or pictures (regular affirmative) Singular I'm ( I am) standing. He's (he is) standing. She's (she is) standing. It's (it is) standing. Plural You're (you are) standing. We're (we are) standing. They're (they are) standing. Nina: What are you doing, Fatimah? Fatimah: I m doing an English project. It s called My School. Look, this is me. I m taking a photograph outside the school. Nina: And who s this? Fatimah: It s my friend, Fatiha. She s in the sickbay. She s talking to the nurse.
4 quarter, half past, quarter to, arrangement, plan, gate, start, date, month, year, pack, , address, spell,, holiday, cold, hot, snow, grow, shine, leaf leaves, 1 January 7 July 2 February 8 August 3 March 9 September 4 April 10 October 5 May 11 November 6 June 12 December 1. winter 2. spring 3. summer 4. autumn What s the time, please? It s eight o clock. It s half past seven. = seven thirty It s quarter past twelve. = twelve fifteen It s quarter to six. = five forty-five A: Can you help me, please? B: Yes, of course. Omar: Now, Fred. This afternoon Rakan, Yasser and I are going to the park. Would you like to come? Fred: Yes, please. Can I, Dad? Can I go to the park this afternoon? Dave: Yes, of course. Fred: Here, then, after school. Omar: See you then. Bye! A: When is your English lesson? B: It's at 9:45. A: When are your holidays? B: They're in December and April.
5 Love (= like very much), smell, look, taste good, delicious, recipe, cook, hold, invite, enjoy apple, chicken, rice, salad, bread, chips, Orange, egg, kebab, cheese breakfast, dinner, lunch juice, tea, water, milk fork, knife, spoon, plate, glass Inviting and accepting (Would you like to?; I'd/ We'd love to.) A: Would you and your brother (sister) like to come to my house? B: Yes, we d love to. Thank you. A: What time can we meet? B: Is midday Ok? A: Yes, that's fine. (It's made with... + Present continuous) (It smells, looks, tastes) A: What are you cooking, Ranya? B: I m cooking Kapsa. A: Kapsa? What s that? B: It s Saudi. It s made with chicken and rice. A: Mmm It smells good. I love chicken. Expressing pleasure; Disagreeing; Table talk Penny: Mmm this food looks delicious. Nina: And it tastes delicious. Penny: I love this bread. What s this in Arabic, Reema? Reema: It s called fatirah, Penny. Nina: Fatirah it s delicious. Are they having? No, they aren't. They're having. A: Are they having breakfast? B: No, they aren't. They're having lunch.
6 hot, cold, hungry, thirsty, tired, country, sea, important, weekend, different, help, picnic, wet, dry, mountain (It s + weather) A: What s the weather like? B: It s cold and snowing in the north. Frequency (always, usually, often, sometimes, never) + Present simple: 1. He often rides his bike on Saturday. 2. She never eats fish. 3. What do you do in the evenings? I usually read a book. centre, North, North- East, East, South-East, South, South-West, West, North-West sunny, raining, windy, cloudy, snowing The various spellings of the present simple -s, -es and irregular has: meet meets take takes eat eats rain rains snow snows go goes do does watch watches teach teaches match matches have has
7 shopping mall, open, closed, from, to (time), assistant, sign, watch, television = TV, Excuse me, headscarf, headscarves(pl), smart scruffy, mobile phone, meet, park, magazine, waiter, waitress, mushroom, (green) pepper, garlic, menu, tomato - tomatoes (pl), potato - potatoes(pl), olive, onion, sit sitting / shop - shopping Making arrangements: (Let s) Let s go to the park. Let s watch TV. Let s have an ice cream. Asking prices: How much? How much is this television? How much is this mobile phone? Time prepositions: On Sunday they re open from 9 o clock to 12 o clock in the morning. They re closed from 12 o clock to 4 o clock in the afternoon. They re open from 4 o clock to 10 o clock in the evening. Present simple (negative) Questions Do I work? Do you work? Does he work? Does she work? Does it work? Do we work? Do you work? Do they work? Yes, I do Yes, you do Yes, he does Yes, She does Yes, it does Yes, we do Yes, you do Yes, they do Short answers No, I don t No, you don t No, he doesn t No, she doesn t No, it doesn t No, we don t No, you don t No, they don t (too + adjective): I don t like it. It s too small. Polite requests: Excuse me. Can you tell me, how much is this television? Excuse me. Can you tell me, where s the park, please? A: What would you like? B: I d like soup and pizza, please. A: What would you like? B: Can I have chicken and salad, please?
8 watch (n), wrong, mountains, smell, hear, taste, see, famous, university, museum, popular, river, boating, garden, market, old, angry, hungry, money, asleep, modern, ancient, capital (city), pyramids, important, Pharaoh, king, Egypt, Africa, Egyptian early late/ wet dry/ open closed/ long short/ fat thin/ big small/ left right I m sorry. ; Why? Because Rakan: I m sorry I m late, teacher. Dave: Why are you late, Rakan? Rakan: Because my watch is wrong. Description of place There is a very old, very famous university in Oxford. Describing people He's old. He's very old. 300 three hundred 5,000 five thousand 2,000 two thousand 500 five hundred 6,000,000 six million 30,000 thirty thousand 20,000,000 twenty million He She It I You We They was was was was were were were I was on the bus. He was asleep. We were at the bus stop.
9 well, better (health), toothache, headache, stomach ache, Oh, dear., yesterday, top, exam, mark, great, beautiful, fantastic, Well done!, remember, last, this week, summer, winter, port, city, village, change, suddenly, pilgrim, main, Red Sea, country, holy Past to be (questions/negative) He wasn't She wasn't It wasn't Example: I wasn't A: Where were you yesterday? You weren t in class. You weren't B: I wasn t very well. I was at home. I'm better now. We weren't They weren't Past to be + ago; there was/there were Jeddah was not always so big or so busy. 2,500 years ago it was a small fishing village. There weren't many people or houses there. Describing illness A: What s the matter? B: I ve got a headache. A: Oh, dear. I m sorry. Expressing enthusiasm Nina: The weather s beautiful! Fatimah: It s fantastic! Nina: That s great! The prepositions in and at She's in class. She's at home. He's in bed. They're at school.
10 catch (transport), train, valley, acacia, take (the road), drive, kilometer, follow, directions, (get) lost, enjoy, Rev food, miss (v), valley, picnic, delicious, wear, photograph I'm going to England on Sunday. Dave's staying in Riyadh next year. When are you catching the bus tomorrow? Where are they going on holiday in the summer? Example: Take the Takhassusi road out of Riyadh. After 12km turn left on the al-somman road. Drive for 64km.Turn right on the al-somman road. Climb into the mountains and after 11km turn right to Al-Touqi. happy unhappy He's catching the plane. He's catching the bus. He's catching the train. happy sad Thank you for coming to Saudi Arabia. Thank you for taking the photos. Thank you for helping with my homework.