Word by Word. Workbook (Intermediate)
WORD BY WORD Workbook organizes the vocabulary into 17 thematic units, providing a careful research-based sequence of le...
Steven J. Molinsky . Bill Bliss Contributing Authors Joan Kimball Elizabeth Kyle
Prentice Hall Regent s
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ISBN 0 -13 -2 78458-0
Perso nal Information Famil y M embers I and II North America The Wo rld Everyday Activities J Everyday Activities II The Classroom Classroom Actions Countries, Na tionalities, and Languages Types of Housing The Living Room The D ining Room The Di nin g Room: A Place Setti ng The Bedroom The Kitch en Kitchenware The Baby's Room Baby Care The Bathroom Personal Care Products Househo ld Cleaning and Laundry Outside the Home The Ap artment Building H ousi ng Utilities, Services, and Repairs Too ls Gardenin g Tools and H ome Supplies Numbe rs
1 2 3 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 20 22 24 25 26 27 28 30 31 33 34 36
TIme The Calendar Places Around Town I and II The City D escribing People and Things Describing Physical States and Emotions
38 39 40 42 43 45
Vegetables The Supermarket I The Su permarket II Co ntaine rs and Q uantitie s
Units of Measure
Food Preparation and Recipes Fast Foods and Sandwiches The Restaurant Co lors Clothing Slee pwear; Underwear, and Footwear Exercise Clothing and O uterwear Jewelry and Accessories Describi ng Cloth ing The Department Store
55 56 57 58 59 60 61 63 64 65
Video and Audio Equ ipment Computers, Telephones, and Cameras The Toy Store Mo ney The Bank The Body Ailments, Symptoms, and Injuries Med ical and Dental Care Medical Treatment and the Ho spital Medicine The Post Off ice The Library The School School Subjects and Extracurricular Activities Occupations I and II Work Activities The Office Office Equipment Office Furnish ings Office Suppl ies . The Factory The Construction Site The Car Highways and Streets Public Transportation The Airport The Airplane The Weather and Seasons O utdoor Rec reation The Park and the Playgrou nd The Beach Individual Sports and Recreation Team Sports Team Sports Equipment W inter Sports and Recreation Water Sports and Recreation Sport and Exercise Actions Handicrafts, Hobbies, and Games Entertainment Types of Entertainment Musical Instruments Trees, Flowers, and Pl ants The Environment and En ergy The Farm and Farm Animals Animals and Pets Birds and Insects Fish , Sea Animals, and Reptiles M easurements and Geometric Shapes The Universe and Space Exploration
66 67 68 69 70 71 73 75
76 77 78
86 88 89 91 92 93
97 98 99
100 101 102 103 104 106 108 109 110 111 11 2 11 3 11 4 115 11 7 11 8
120 121 123 124 125 126 127
A. WHAT'S THE QUESTION l
What';; your name?
Peter Al an W aterman.
16 River Road, Mi ami , Flo rida.
(407) 689- 338 5 .
8. 05 2-65 -9027.
B. WHAT INFORMATION DO YOU NEED! W hat personal in for matio n do you need to ...
1. send a birthday present ?
---'name. ' '"1 .
6. Liq uid soap? It's in the beverage sect io n over t here.
You' l l f ind d isposable d iaper s in the co nd im ents secti on.
8. Yo u w on't f ind herbal tea in the co nd ime nts section . 9. [ had a san dwich bag fo r lunch . 8. LISTENI NG ciste n and choose the best answer. 1.
10. a. mix b. flour
8. a. sa lad
11 . a. belt
b. prod ucts
2. a. nut s b. chips
5. a. salt
3. a. cocoa
6. a. paper
b. w rap
7. a. foi l
4. a. food
9. a. form ul a
12. a. Foods
ca rt Item s
C. WORD SEARCH Fi nd 10 things at the supermarket that you do NOT eat.
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T I C B H
H T K E
G t A I S L E
A L T C V A
U E F
L A S T I C W R A
0 H D
J P N F C I
Q Z X
R) K M G U D M
5 P H N C
E N M
0 L A
Z U S T
N M N B E W X C V X
X F L X
A W S S
N F W
M I H L
B t A
N F L
L B T
D . JlBREAD AND BUTTER" See if you can match the fo llowing pop ular comb inations. 1. " bread and
2. " macaroni and
3. "o il and
4. " eggs and
5. " salt and
6. " ketchup and
E. WHICH WORD DOESN'T BELONGl
1. bo logna
4. straws 5. shopp er
7. sa lt
cash regi ster
1. " No dishes to w ash! "
2. " It's not good for your teeth!"
b. magazine s
3. " Look at the headline: ELVIS IS A LIVE!"
c. shoppi ng cart
4. " I li ke Time, N ewsweek, and Life."
5. "That' ll be $88.60. "
6. " Herbal is my favor ite."
f. paper plates
7. " It doesn't keep me awake at night." 8. "AAACHO O O O O O O !!"
g. packer h. tea
9. " Let's see. This wei ghs a pound and a half."
i. express checkout
10. "This is gettin g heavy to push!"
11. "It's amazing! He know s exactl y where to put the eggs so they do n't break !"
12 . "It's my favorite kind of cheese."
13 . "I j ust have a few thi ngs."
m. ti ssue
14 . "They' re great! You just th row them away !"
n. decaf coffee
di sposable diapers
\ . WHICH WORD IS CORRECT? 1. Martin, we need a ( roll
(§) of soap for the guest bathroom .
2. Susan bo ught a ( head
bu nch ) of grapes to add to the fruit sa lad.
3. Wou ld you like a dozen ( sticks
4. Let's bring a ( six-pack ::I ,
tub ) of soda to the barbecue.
Can you please p ick up a (pack
6. The recipe ca lls for two ( bars I .
ears ) of co rn?
Ma ry brou ght a (jar
rol l ) of gum when you go to the store?
sticks) of butter.
container ) of m ustard and a (tub
bottle ) of
ketchu p to the picnic. 8. We need some salad dressing. Wou ld yo u buy a ( pint dressing on yo ur way home fro m w ork?
9. I'll pick up a ( tube
bottle ) of Russian
tub) of toothpaste when I go to the supermarket.
10. Jill went to the bakery to buy two ( l iters
loaves ) of French bread.
11. Kim bought three ( rol ls packages ) of rol ls and two ( rolls of paper towels w hen she wen t shoppi ng th is morn ing. 12. M ichael used a w ho le ( carton movie "Casablanca."
box ) o f ti ssues when he saw the
B. LISTENING: WHAT ARE THEY TALKING ABOUT? Listen and decide w hat's being talked about. 1.
4. a. tuna fish
b. mi lk
2. a. soda
S. a. eggs
3. a. crackers
pick les corn
6. a. lettuce
7. a. ice cream
b. B. a. b.
butter drink mix orange j uice
9. a. toilet paper
C. LISTENING: WHAT'S THE CONTAINERI Listen and choose the correct con tainer or qu antity.
A. TRUE OR FALSE!
Write T if a statement is true a nd F if it is false . ~
1. There are eight ounces in a cup.
7. A gallon co ntains more ounces than a quart.
2. There are three tablespoon s in a teaspoon.
8. A half pint holds twelve fl uid ounces.
3. A qu art is b igger than a gal lon.
9. A quarter pound hambu rger co ntains tw elve ou nces of meat.
4. Two tab lespoons is the same as six teaspoo ns.
10. Six teen ozs. is the same as one lb.
5. There are tw o pint s in a cup.
11. Two tsps. eq ual one fJ. oz .
6. There are fo ur cups in a quart.
12. A ten-gallo n hat hol ds 640 fluid ounces.
8 . FIGURE IT OUT!
• 1. Margaret's rec ipe ca lls for a pint o f heavy cream, so she sho uld put in
( a cup ( 2 cups).
2. Sam doesn't li ke food th at's too sp icy, so he should add onl y ( 1 tab lespoo n 2 teaspoon s ) of pepper to the chil i.