'TRANSITIONAL ENGLISH: TRANSLATORS' WORKING TEXT FOR ALL LANGUAGUES'


'Appendix Seven'

'Vocabulary: English - Name of your language'

'The abbreviations used in this vocabulary are: adj. - adjective; adv. - adverbio; art. - article; conj. - conjunction; interrog. - interrogative; n. - noun; part. - participle; phr. - phrase; pl. - plural; pl.n. - plural noun; pl.pron. - plural pronoun; p.n. - proper noun;poss. - possessive; poss.adj. - possessive adjective; p.p. - past participle;prep. - preposition; pres. p. - present participle; pron. - pronoun; sing. - singular; v. - verb.'

A

a [a], art. ' '
able [éybl], adj. ' '
abolish [abálish], v. ' '
about [abáwt], prep. ' '
abridging [abrí¥ing], part. ' '
absolute [ëbsolyut], adj. ' '
abuse [abyüs], n. ' '
abuse [abyüs], v. ' '
accordingly [akórdingli], adv. ' '
account [akáwnt], n. ' '
accusation [ekyuzéyshn], n. ' '
accused [akyúzed], adj. ' '
accustom [akástûm], v. ' '
achieve [achïv], v. ' '
acid [ësid], n. ' '
acquire [akwáyr], v. ' '
acquisition [ëkwizíshn], n. ' '
across [akrós], prep. ' '
act [ëkt], n. ' '
act [ëkt], v. ' '
activity [ektíviti], n. ' '
Adam [Ëdûm], p.n. ' '
add [ëd], v. ' '
addition [adíshn], n. ' '
address [ëdrûs], n. ' '
adieu [adyû], n. ' '
advance [advënts], v. ' '
affair [afër], n. ' '
affirmation [efrméyshn], n. ' '
after [ëftr], prep. ' '
again [agén], adv. ' '
against [agénst], prep. ' '
agency [éy¥ûntsi], n. ' '
agent [éy¥ûnt], n. ' '
ago [agó], adv. ' '
air [ër], n. ' '
Air Force Language School [Ër Fors Léngwi¥ Skül], p.n. ' '
all [öl], pron. ' '
allegiance [alï¥ûnts], n. ' '
ally [ëlay], n. ' '
almost [ólmost], adv. ' '
Alps [Elps], p.n. ' '
also [ólso], adv. ' '
alter [óltr], v. ' '
amendment [améndmûnt], n. ' '
American [Amérikûn], adj. ' '
among [amáng], prep. ' '
amusement [amyúzmûnt], n. ' '
and [ënd], conj. ' '
angle [ëngl], n. ' '
angry [ëngri], adj. ' '
animal [énûml], n. ' '
another [anádhr], pron. ' '
answer [ënsr], n. ' '
answer [ënsr], v. ' '
ant [ënt], n. ' '
anxious [énkshûs], adj. ' '
any [éni], adj. ' '
any [éni], pron. ' '
apartment [apártmûnt], n. ' '
apparatus [eparétûs], n. ' '
appeal [apïl], v. ' '
appear [apïr], v. ' '
appetite [épûtayt], n. ' '
apple [ëpl], n. ' '
approach [aprówch], n. ' '
approval [aprúvl], n. ' '
April [Éyprûl], p.n. ' '
arch [arch], n. ' '
area [éria], n. ' '
argue [árgyu], v. ' '
argument [árgyumûnt], n. ' '
arise [aráyz], v. ' '
arm [arm], n. ' '
army [ármi], n. ' '
around [aráwnd], prep. ' '
arrival [aráyvl], n. ' '
arrive [aráyv], v. ' '
art [art], n. ' '
artificial [artifíshl], adj. ' '
artist [ártist], n. ' '
as [ëz], conj. ' '
ascertain [ësrteyn], v. ' '
Ashland [Éshlûnd], p.n. ' '
ask [ësk], v. ' '
assemble [asémbl], v. ' '
assistance [asístûnts], n. ' '
assume [asyúm], v. ' '
asymptotic [esimtátik], adj. ' '
at [ët], prep. ' '
ate [eyt=ïted], v.past ' '
Atlanta [Etlënta], p.n. ' '
attack [aték], n. ' '
attempt [atémpt], n. ' '
attention [aténchn], n. ' '
attraction [atrékshn], n. ' '
audio-lingual [ódyo-língwûl], adj. ' '
August [Ógûst], p.n. ' '
aunt [ënt], n. ' '
aunts [ënts], pl.n. ' '
Austria [Óstria], p.n. ' '
authority [othórûti], n. ' '
automatic [otûmétik], adj. ' '
available [avéylûbl], adj. ' '
avenue [évnyu], n. ' '
average [évri¥], n. ' '
awake [awéyk], n. ' '
award [awórd], n. ' '
awareness [awërnes], n. ' '
away [awéy], adv. ' '
axe [ëks], n. ' '

B

Babel [Bëbl], p.n. ' '
baby [béybi], n. ' '
back [bëk], n. ' '
bad [bëd], adj. ' '
bag [bëg], n. ' '
baggage [bëgi¥], n. ' '
balance [bëlûnts], n. ' '
ball [böl], n. ' '
ballet [bélëy], n. ' '
banana [banéna], n. ' '
band [bënd], n. ' '
bank [bënk], n. ' '
bargain [bárgûn], n. ' '
barrier [bériûr], n. ' '
base [beys], n. ' '
baseball [béysböl], n. ' '
basic [béysik], adj. ' '
basin [béysûn], n. ' '
basket [bëskût], n. ' '
basketball [bëskûtböl], n. ' '
bath [bëth], n. ' '
baths [bëths], pl.n. ' '
battle [bëtl], n. ' '
be [bï], v. ' '
be lucky [bï láki], phr. ' '
beard [bïrd], n. ' '
beautiful [byútifl], adj. ' '
became [bikéym=bikámed], v.past ' '
because [biköz], conj. ' '
bed [bed], n. ' '
bed and breakfast [bed ënd brékfûst], phr. ' '
bedrooms [bédrums], pl.n.' '
bee [bï], n. ' '
beed born [bïed born], v. ' '
before [biför], prep. 'ante'; adv. ' '
begin [bigín], v. ' '
beginner [bigínr], n. ' '
behaviour [bihéyvyr], n. ' '
behind [biháynd], prep. ' '
belief [bilïf], n. ' '
believe [bilïv], v. ' '
believable [bilïvûbl], adj. ' '
bell [bel], n. ' '
be lucky [bï láki], phr. ' '
bent [bent], adj. ' '
berry [béri], n. ' '
beside [bisáyd], prep. ' '
besides [bisáyds], prep. ' '
better, gooder [gúdr], adj. ' '
between [bitwïn], prep. ' '
biblical [bíblikl], adj. ' '
big [big], adj. ' '
biology [bayálû¥i], n. ' '
bird [brd], n. ' '
birth [brth], n. ' '
bit [bit], n. ' '
bite [bayt], n. ' '
bitter [bítr], adj. ' '
black [blëk], adj. ' '
blade [bleyd], n. ' '
blank [blënk], adj. ' '
blessing [blésing], n. ' '
blood [blad], n. ' '
blow [blow], v. ' '
blue [blü], adj. ' '
board [börd], n. ' '
boat [bowt], n. ' '
body [bádi], n. ' '
boiling [bóyling], pres.part. ' '
bond [bänd], n. ' '
bone [bown], n. ' '
book [buk], n. ' '
boot [büt], n. ' '
born [born=bëred], v. ' '
borrow [bárow], v. ' '
both [bowth], adj. ' '
bottle [bätl], n. ' '
boundary [báwndri], n. ' '
bowl [bowl], n. ' '
box [baks], n. ' '
boy [boy], n. ' '
brain [breyn], n. ' '
brake [breyk], v. ' '
branch [brënch], n. ' '
brand [brënd], adj. ' '
brass [brës], n. ' '
Bratislava [Brátislava], p.n. ' '
brave [breyv], adj. ' '
bread [bred], n. ' '
breakfast [brékfûst], n. ' '
breath [breth], n. ' '
brick [brik], n. ' '
bridge [bri¥], n. ' '
bright [brayt], adj. ' '
bring [bring], v. ' '
British [Brítish], adj. ' '
broad [bröd], adj. ' '
brochure [broshür], n. ' '
brother [brádhr], n. ' '
brother-in-law [brádhr-in-lö], n. ' '
brown [brawn], adj. ' '
brush [brash], v. ' '
brush teeth [brash tïth], phr. ' '
bucket [bákût], n. ' '
building [bílding], n. ' '
bulb [balb], n. ' '
Burger King [Brrrgrrr Kiiing], phr. ' '
burn [brn], v. ' '
burst [brst], v. ' '
bus [bas], n. ' '
buses [báses], pl.n. ' '
business [bíznûs], n. ' '
business letter [bíznûs létr], phr. ' '
but [bat], conj. ' '
but [bat], prep. ' '
butter [bátr], n. ' '
button [bátn], n. ' '
buy [bay], v. ' '
by [bay], prep. ' '
bye [bay], n. ' '

C

cake [keyk], n. ' '
call [köl], n. ' '
call [köl], v. ' '
camera [kémra], n. ' '
can [kën], v. ' '
canvas [kënvûs], n. ' '
cap [këp], n. ' '
capital [képûtûl], n. ' '
car [kär], n. ' '
card [kard], n. ' '
care [ker], v. ' '
careful [kérfl], adj. ' '
carriage [kérû¥], n. ' '
carrot [kërût], n. ' '
carry [këri], v. ' '
cars [kärs], pl.n.' '
cart [kart], n. ' '
case [keys], n. ' '
cash [kësh], v. ' '
cat [kët], n. ' '
catch [këch], v. ' '
cause [köz], n. ' '
center [séntr], n. ' '
century [sénchûri], n. ' '
cereal [sírial], n. ' '
certain [sr'tûn], adj. ' '
chain [cheyn], n. ' '
chair [chër], n. ' '
chalk [chok], n. ' '
chance [chënts], n. ' '
change [cheyn¥], n. ' '
change [cheyn¥], v. ' '
charge [char¥], v. ' '
chaotic [keyátik], adj. ' '
cheap [chïp], adj. ' '
cheaper [chïpr], adj. ' '
cheapest [chïpest], adj. ' '
check [chek], n. ' '
check out [chek awt], phr. ' '
cheek [chïk], n. ' '
cheese [chïz], n. ' '
chemical [kémikl], adj. ' '
cherry [chéri], n. ' '
chest [chest], n. ' '
chief [chïf], n. ' '
chin [chin], n. ' '
church [chrch], n. ' '
Cincinnati [Sinsinëti], p.n. ' '
circle [sr'kl], n. ' '
citizen [sítizn], n. ' '
city [síti], n. ' '
civil [sívl], adj. ' '
classroom [klësrum], n. ' '
clean [klïn], adj. ' '
clear [klïr], adj. ' '
clerk [klrk], n. ' '
clock [klak], n. ' '
close [klowz], v. ' '
cloth [kloth], n. ' '
clothes [klöws], n. ' '
clothing [klówdhing], n. ' '
cloud [klawd], n. ' '
coal [kowl], n. ' '
coat [kowt], n. ' '
code [kowd], n. ' '
coffee [kófi], n. ' '
cold [kowld], n. ' '
collapse [kaléps], n. ' '
collar [kälr], n. ' '
collective [kaléktiv], adj. ' '
colony [kálûni], n. ' '
color [kálr], n. ' '
comb [kowm], n. ' '
come [kam], v. ' '
comedy [kámûdi], n. ' '
comfort [kámfrt], n. ' '
commerce [kämrs], n. ' '
commit [kamít], v. ' '
committee [kamíti], n. ' '
common [kámûn], adj. ' '
communicate [kamyúnikeyt], v. ' '
communication [kamyunikéyshn], n. ' '
community [kamyúniti], n. ' '
company [kámpûni], n. ' '
comparison [kampérisn], n. ' '
compel [kampél], v. ' '
compensation [kampûnséyshn], n. ' '
competition [kampûtíshn], n. ' '
complaint [kampléynt], n. ' '
complete [kamplït], adj. ' '
completely [kamplïtli], adv. ' '
complex [kámpleks], n. ' '
compulsory [kampálsûri], adj. ' '
conceive [kansïv], v. ' '
conclude [kanklüd], v. ' '
condition [kandíshn], n. ' '
confront [kanfránt], v. ' '
congratulate [kangrëchuleyt], v. ' '
congress [kängrûs], n. ' '
connect [kanékt], v. ' '
connection [kanékshn], n. ' '
conscious [kánchûs], adj. ' '
consecrate [kánsûkreyt], v. ' '
consensus [kansénsûs], n. ' '
consent [kansént], n. ' '
consider [kansídr], v. ' '
constitution [kanstitúshn], n. ' '
construct [kanstrákt], v. ' '
construction [kanstrákshn], n. ' '
construe [kanstrü], v. ' '
contemporary [kantémporeri], adj. ' '
continent [kántinûnt], n. ' '
continuous [kantínyuûs], adj. ' '
control [kantról], n. ' '
control [kantról], v. ' '
controversy [kántrûvrsi], n. ' '
cook [kuk], v. ' '
cookie [kúki], n. ' '
cooperative [koápûrûtiv], adj. ' '
copper [kápr], n. ' '
copy [kápi], n. ' '
copy [kápi], v. ' '
Corbin [Kórbin], p.n. ' '
cord [kord], n. ' '
cork [kork], n. ' '
correction [korékshn], n. ' '
cosmopolitan [kazmopálitûn], adj. ' '
cosmos [kázmûs], n. ' '
cost [kost], n. ' '
cotton [kátn], n. ' '
cough [kof], n. ' '
counsel [káwnsl], n. ' '
counter [káwntr], n. ' '
country [kántri], n. ' '
couple [kápl], n. ' '
course [kors], n. ' '
court [kort], n. ' '
cover [kávr], n. ' '
Covington [Kávingtûn], p.n. ' '
cow [käw], n. ' '
cream [krïm], n. ' '
create [kriéyt], v. ' '
Creator [Kriéytr], p.n. ' '
credit [krédit], n. ' '
credit card [krédit kard], phr. ' '
creole [kríol], adj. ' '
crime [kraym], n. ' '
criminal [krímûnl], n. ' '
criticize [krítisayz], v. ' '
crocodile [krákûdayl], n. ' '
cross-cultural [kros-kálchûrûl], phr. ' '
crown [krawn], n. ' '
cruel [krül], adj. ' '
cruise [krüs], n. ' '
crush [krash], v. ' '
cry [kray], v. ' '
cultural [kálchûrûl], adj. ''
culture [kálchr], n. ' '
cup [kap], n. ' '
cure [kyur], v. ' '
curl [krl], v. ' '
current [kû'rûnt], n. ' '
curtain [kr'tûn], n. ' '
curve [krv], n. ' '
cushion [kúshn], n. ' '
cut [kat], v. ' '

D

dad [dëd], n. ' '
daddy [dëdi], n. ' '
daily [déyli], adv. ' '
damage [démi¥], v. ' '
danger [déyn¥r], n. ' '
Danube [Dényub], p.n. ' '
dark [dark], adj. ' '
daughter [dótr], n. ' '
day [dey], n. ' '
dead [ded], adj. ' '
dear [dïr], adj. ' '
death [deth], n. ' '
debacle [debákl], n. ' '
debt [det], n. ' '
December [Disémbr], p.n. ' '
decent [dïsûnt], adj. ' '
decide [disáyd], v. ' '
decision [disízhn], n. ' '
declaration [deklaréyshn], n. ''
declare [diklër], v. ' '
dedicate [dédikeyt], v. ' '
deep [dïp], adj. ' '
defense [difénts], n. ' '
deficiency [difíshûntsi], n. ' '
delegate [délûgeyt;, v. ' '
delicate [délikût], adj. ' '
deny [dináy], v. ' '
departure [dipárchr], n. ' '
dependent [dipéndûnt], adj. ' '
deprive [dipráyv], v. ' '
derive [diráyv], v. ' '
describe [diskráyb], v. ' '
design [dizáyn], n. ' '
desire [dizáyr], v. ' '
despite [dispáyt], conj. ' '
despotism [déspûtizm], n. ' '
destined [déstined], adj. ' '
destruction [distrákshn], n. ' '
destructive [distráktiv], adj. ' '
detail [ditéyl], n. ' '
detract [ditrékt], v. ' '
development [divélûpmûnt], n. ' '
devote [devówt], v. ' '
devotion [divówshn], n. ' '
dictate [díkteyt], v. ' '
die [day], v. ' '
difference [dífrûnts], n. ' '
different [dífrnt], adj. ' '
difficult [dífikûlt], adj. ' '
digestion [day¥éschn], n. ' '
dine [dayn]v. ' '
dining hall [dáyning höl], phr. ' '
dinner [dínr], n. ' '
direction [dirékshn], n. ' '
dirty [dr'ti], adj. ' '
disagree [dísûgrï], v. ' '
disassemble [disasémbl], v. ' '
discourse [dískors], n. ' '
discover [diskávr], v. ' '
discovery [diskávûri], n. ' '
discussion [diskáshn], n. ' '
disease [dizïz], n. ' '
disgust [disgást], n. ' '
disparage [dispéri¥], v. ' '
dispose [dispówz], v. ' '
dissolve [dizálv], v. ' '
distance [dístûnts], n. ' '
distribution [distribyúshn], n. ' '
district [dístrikt], n. ' '
divine [diváyn], adj. ' '
division [divízhn], n. ' '
do [du], v. ' '
doctor [dáktr], n. ' '
document [dákyumûnt], n. ' '
dog [dög], n. ' '
doggie [dógi], n. ' '
dollar [dálr], n. ' '
domestic [doméstik], adj. ' '
donkey [dánki], n. ' '
door [dör], n. ' '
double [dábl], adj. ' '
doubt [dawt], v. ' '
down [dawn], prep. ' '
drain [dreyn], v. ' '
drawer [dróûr], n. ' '
dream [drïm], n. ' '
dress [dres], n. ' '
dress [dres], v. ' '
drink [drink], v. ' '
drive [drayv], v. ' '
driver [dráyvr], n. ' '
driving [dráyving], part. ' '
drop [drap], v. ' '
drug store [drag stör], n. ' '
dry [dray], adj. ' '
during [dyúring], prep. ' '
dust [dast], n. ' '
duty [dyúti], n. ' '

E

eager [ïgr], adj. ' '
ear [ïr], n. ' '
early [ûrli], adv. ' '
earth [ûrth], n. ' '
easily [ïzûli], adv. ' '
east [ïst], n. ' '
easy [ïzi], adj. ' '
eat [ït], v. ' '
economics [ikûnámiks], n. ' '
edge [e¥], n. ' '
educate [édyukeyt], v. ' '
education [edyukéyshn], n. ' '
effect [ifékt], n. ' '
effective [iféktiv], adj. ' '
efficient [ifíshûnt], adj. ' '
egg [eg], n. ' '
eight [eyt], adj. ' '
eighteen [eytïn], adj. ' '
elastic [iléstik], adj. ' '
elbow [élbow], n. ' '
electric [iléktrik], adj. ' '
elephant [élûfûnt], n. ' '
elevator [élûveytr], n. ' '
eleven [ilévn], adj. ' '
else [els], adj. ' '
emergence [imr'¥ûnts], n. ' '
emphasis [émfûsis], n. ' '
enc. = enclosed [enklówzed], adj. ' '
end [end], n. ' '
endow [endáw], v. ' '
endure [endyür], v. ' '
enemy [énûmi] ' '
enforce [enfórs], v. ' '
engage in [engéy¥ in], phr. ' '
engine [én¥ûn], n. ' '
engineer [én¥ûnïr], n. ' '
engineering [en¥ûnïring], n. ' '
English [Ínglish], p.n. ' '
enjoy [en¥óy], v. ' '
enjoyment [en¥óymûnt], n. ' '
enough [ináf], adj. ' '
entitle [entáytl], v. ' '
entree [ántrey], n. ' '
enumeration [inumûréyshn], n. ' '
equal [ïkwl], adj. ' '
error [érûr], n. ' '
establish [estëblish], v. ' '
etcetera [etsétra], pl.n.' '
ethnic [éthnik], adj. ' '
evaluation [ivëlyuéyshn], n. ' '
Eve [Ïv], p.n. ' '
even [ïvn], adv. ' '
evening [ïvning], n. ' '
event [ivént], n. ' '
ever [évr], adv. ' '
every [évri], adj. ' '
everyone [évriwan], pron. ' '
evident [évidûnt], adj. ' '
evil [ïvl], adj. ' '
evince [ivínts], v. ' '
exam [igzëm], n. ' '
examination [igzëmûnéyshn], n. ' '
examine [igzëmûn], v. ' '
example [igzémpl], n. ' '
exceed [eksïd], v. ' '
exchange [ekschéyn¥], v. ' '
excited [eksáyted], adj. ' '
exercise [éksrsayz], n. ' '
ex-husband [eksházbûnd], n. ' '
exist [igzíst], v. ' '
existence [igzístûnts], n. ' '
expansion [ekspënshn], n. ' '
expenses [ekspénses], pl.n.' '
experience [ekspíriûnts], n. ' '
experiment [ekspérimûnt], n. ' '
expert [éksprt], n. ' '
ex-president [eksprézidûnt], n. ' '
extend [eksténd], v. ' '
eye [äy], n. ' '
eyes [äys], pl.n.' '

F

face [feys], n. ' '
face [feys], v. ' '
fact [fëkt], n. ' '
factory [féktri], n. ' '
fairy [féri], n. ' '
fall [föl], n. ' '
fall [föl], v. ' '
fall asleep [föl aslïp], phr. ' '
false [fols], adj. ' '
family [fëmli], n. ' '
far [far], adv. ' '
farm [farm,], n. ' '
farmer [fármr], n. ' '
fast [fëst], adj. ' '
faster [fëstr], adj. ' '
fat [fët], adj. ' '
father [fádhr], n. ' '
favor [féyvr], n. ' '
fear [fïr], n. ' '
feather [fédhr], n. ' '
February [Fébrueri], p.n. ' '
feeble [fïbl], adj. ' '
feeling [fïling], n. ' '
female [fímeyl], n. ' '
fertile [fr'tl], adj. ' '
few [fyu], adj. ' '
fiction [fíkshn], n. ' '
field [fïld], n. ' '
fifteen [fiftïn], adj. ' '
fight [fayt], v. ' '
fill [fil], v. ' '
final [fáynl], adj. ' '
find [faynd], v. ' '
fine [fayn], adj. ' '
fine [fayn], n. ' '
finger [fíngr], n. ' '
finish [finish], v. ' '
fire [fáyr], n. ' '
firm [frm], adj. ' '
first [frst, wanth], adj. ' '
fish [fish], n. ' '
fitting [fíting], adj. ' '
five [fayv], adj. ' '
fiveteen [fayvtïn], adj. ' ', 'see also fiftïn'
fixed [fíksed], p.p. ' '
flag [flëg], n. ' '
flame [fleym], n. ' '
flat [flët], adj. ' '
flew [flü=fláyed], v.past ' '
flight [flayt], n. ' '
floor [flör], n. ' '
flower [fláwr], n. ' '
fly [flay], n. ' '
fly [flay], v. ' '
fold [fold], v. ' '
fond of [fand av], phr. ' '
food [füd], n. ' '
foolish [fülish], adj. ' '
foot [fut], n. ' '
for [for], prep. ' '
force [fors], n. ' '
foreign [fórûn], adj. ' '
forest [fórûst], n. ' '
forget [frgét], v. ' '
fork [fork], n. ' '
form [form], n. ' '
former [fórmr], adj. ' '
forth [forth], adv. ' '
fortune [fórchn], n. ' '
forward [fórwrd], adv. ' '
foundation [fawndéyshn], n. ' '
four [for], adj. ' '
fourteen [fortïn], adj. ' '
fourth [forth], adj. ' '
fowl [fawl], n. ' '
frame [freym], n. ' '
free [fri], adj. ' '
freedom [frídûm], n. ' '
freely [frïli], adv. ' '
frequent [fríkwûnt], adv. ' '
Friday [Fráydey], p.n. ' '
friend [frend], n. ' '
from [from], prep. ' '
front [frant], n. ' '
fruit [frut], n. ' '
Fulbright [Fúlbrayt], p.n. ' '
full [fl,fûl], adj. ' '
further [fr'dhr], adv. ' '
future [fyúchr], n. ' '

G

gain [geyn], v. ' '
garden [gárdn], n. ' '
gave [geyv=gíved], v.past ' '
gene [¥ïn], n. ' '
general [¥énûrûl], adj. ' '
generate [¥énûreyt], v. ' '
get [get], v. ' '
get away [get awéy], phr. ' '
get down [get dawn], phr. ' '
get fat [get fët], phr. ' '
get gift [get gift], phr. ' '
Gettysburg [Gétisbrg], p.n. ' '
get up [get ap], phr. ' '
girl [grl], n. ' '
girl friend [gr'lfrend], n. ' '
give [giv], v. ' '
glass [glës], n. ' '
glasses [glëses], pl.n. ' '
global [glóbl], adj. ' '
globe [glowb], n. ' '
glove [glav], n. ' '
go [go], v. '
goat [gowt], n. ' '
go away [go awéy], phr. ' '
God [Gäd], p.n. ' '
gold [gold], n. ' '
good [gud], adj. ' '
gooder, better [gúdr], adj. ' '
goodest [gúdest], adj. ' '
govern [gávrn], v. ' '
government [gávrnmûnt], n. ' '
grade [greyd], n. ' '
grain [greyn], n. ' '
grammar [grëmr], n. ' '
grandfather [grëndfádhr], n. ' '
Grand Jury [Grënd ¥úri], phr. ' '
grandmother [grëndmádhr], n. ' '
grass [grës], n. ' '
gray [grey], adj. ' '
great [greyt], adj. ' '
green [grïn], adj. ' '
greener [grïnr], adj. ' '
greetings [grïtings], n. ' '
grip [grip], n. ' '
ground [grawnd], n. ' '
group [grup], n. ' '
group bees [grup bïs], phr. ' '
group birds [grup brds], phr. ' '
group peoples [grup pïpls], phr. ' '
group sheep [grup shïps], phr. ' '
group teachers [grup tïchrs], phr. ' '
group trees [grup trïs], phr. ' '
grow [grow], v. ' '
growth [growth], n. ' '
guard [gard], n. ' '
guide [gayd], v. ' '
gun [gan], n. ' '

H

had been done [hëd bin dan=bïed dúed], phr. ' '
hair [hër], n. ' '
half [hëf], n. ' '
hall [höl], n. ' '
ham [hëm], n. ' '
hamburger [hémbrgr], n. ' '
hammer [hëmr], n. ' '
hand [hënd], n. ' '
hang [hëng], v. ' '
happiness [hépines], n. ' '
happy [hépi], adj. ' '
harbor [hárbr], n. ' '
hard [hard], adj. ' '
harmony [hármûni], n. ' '
hasten [héysn], v. ' '
hat [hët], n. ' '
hate [heyt], n. ' '
have [hëv], v. ' '
he, him [hi], pron. ' '
head [hed], n. ' '
health [helth], n. ' '
healthy [hélthi], adj. ' '
hearing [hïring], p. pres. ' '
heart [hart], n. ' '
heat [hït], n. ' '
heaven [hévn], n. ' '
hello [helów], n. ' '
help [help], n. ' '
help [help], v. ' '
her [hr = shi's, av-shi], poss.adj. ' '
here [hïr], adv. ' '
here be [hïr bï], phr. ' '
herself [shisélf], pron. ' '
high [hay], adj. ' '
high school [hay skül], phr. ' '
highly [háyli], adv. ' '
himself [hisélf], pron. ' '
his [hi's, av-hi], poss. ' '
history [hístri], n. ' '
hobby [hábi], n. ' '
hole [howl], n. ' '
hollow [hálow], adj. ' '
holy [hóli], adj. ' '
home [hom], n. ' '
honey [háni], n. ' '
honeymooning [hánimüning], pres.p. ' '
honor [ánr], n. ' '
honor [ánr], v. ' '
hood [hud], n. ' '
hook [huk], v. ' '
hope [hop], n. ' '
hope [hop], v. ' '
horn [horn], n. ' '
horse [hors], n. ' '
horsey [hórsi], n. ' '
hospital [háspitl], n. ' '
hotel [hotél], n. ' '
hour [áwr], n. ' '
house [haws], n. ' '
how [haw], interr. ' '
how much [haw mach], interr. adv. ' '
hug [hag], v. ' '
human [hyúmûn], adj. ' '
humbly [hámbli], adv. ' '
humor [hyúmr], n. ' '
hundred [hándrd], adj. ' '
hurry [hûri], v. ' '
husband [házbûnd], n. ' '
hygiene [háy¥ïn], n. ' '

I

I, me [ay], pron. ' '
I self [aysélf], pron. ' '
ice [ays], n. ' '
idea [aydía], n. ' '
if [if], conj. ' '
ill [il], adj. ' '
impartial [impárshl], adj. ' '
impel [impél], v. ' '
imperfect [impr'fekt], adj. ' '
important [impórtûnt], adj. ' '
impose [impówz], v. ' '
improve [imprúv], v. ' '
impulse [ímpals], n. ' '
in [in], prep. ' '
inalienable [inélyûnûbl], adj. ' '
increase [inkrïs], v. ' '
indeed [indïd], adv. ' '
independence [indipéndûnts], n. ' '
independent [indipéndûnt], adj. ' '
Índia [Índia], p.n. ' '
indictment [indáytmûnt], n. ' '
industry [índûstri], n. ' '
infamous [ínfûmûs], adj. ' '
infinite [ínfinût], adj. ' '
inflict [inflíkt], v. ' '
inform [infórm], v. ' '
information [infrméyshn], n. ' '
inhabitant [inhëbitûnt], n. ' '
ink [ink], n. ' '
institute [ínstityut], v. ' '
instruction [instrákshn], n. ' '
instrument [ínstrumûnt], n. ' '
insurance [inshúrûnts], n. ' '
insure [inshür], v. ' '
intention [inténchn], n. ' '
intercultural [intrkálchûrûl], adj. ' '
interest [íntrest], n. ' '
international [intrnéshnl], adj. ' '
Internet [Íntrnet], p.n. ' '
interpersonal [intrpr'sûnl], adj. ' '
interplay [intrpléy], n. ' '
interpret [intr'prt], v. ' '
invariably [invéryûbli], adv. ' '
invent [invént], v. ' '
invention [invénchn], n. ' '
iron [áyrn], n. ' '
I's, of I, my [ay's, av-ay], poss. ' '
island [áylûnd], n. ' '
issued [íshued], adj. ' '
it [it], pron. ' '
its [it's], poss. ' '
itself [itsélf], pron. ' '

J

janitor [¥ënûtr], n. ' '
January [¥ényueri], p.n. ' '
jelly [¥éli], n. ' '
jeopardy [¥éprdi], n. ' '
jewel [¥uwl], n. ' '
Joe [¥ow], p.n. ' '
John [¥än], p.n. ' '
join [¥oyn], v. ' '
joke [¥owk], n. ' '
journey [¥r'ni], n. ' '
judge [¥a¥], n. ' '
July [¥uláy], p.n. ' '
jump [¥amp], v. ' '
June [¥ün], p.n. ' '
jury [¥úri], n. ' '
just [¥ast], adj. ' '
justice [¥ástûs], n. ' '
justify [¥ástûfay], v. ' '

K

keep [kïp], v. ' '
Kentucky [Kentáki], p.n. ' '
kettle [kétl], n. ' '
key [kï], n. ' '
kick [kik], n. ' '
kid [kid], n. ' '
kind [kaynd], adj. ' '
king [king], n. ' '
kiss [kis], v. ' '
kitchen [kíchn], n. ' '
K-mart [Key-mart], p.n. ' '
knee [nï], n. ' '
knife [nayf], n. ' '
knock [näk], v. ' '
knot [nät], n. ' '
know [now], v. ' '
knowledge [náwli¥], n. ' '

L

laboratory [lëbrûtori], n. ' '
lamps [lëmps], pl.n. ' '
land [lënd], n. ' '
language [lëngwi¥], n. ' '
large [lar¥], adj. ' '
larger [lár¥r], adj. ' '
last [lëst], adj. ' '
late [leyt], adv. ' '
later [léytr], prep. ' '
Latin [Lëtûn], Latin], p.n. ' '
laugh [lëf], v. ' '
law [lö], n. ' '
lead [lïd], v. ' '
leaf [lïf], n. ' '
lean [lïn], v. ' '
learn [lrn], v. ' '
learning [lr'ning], pres.p. ' '
leather [lédhr], n. ' '
leave [lïv], v. ' '
left [left], n. ' '
leg [leg], n. ' '
lemonade [lémûneyd], n. ' '
less [les], adj. ' '
lesson [lésn], n. ' '
let [let], v. ' '
letter [létr], n. ' '
letters [létrs], pl.n.' '
level [lévl], n. ' '
Lexington [Léksingtûn], p.n. ' '
liberty [líbrti], n. ' '
library [láybreri], n. ' '
life [layf], n. ' '
lift [lift], v. ' '
light [layt], n. ' '
like [layk], prep. ' '
like [layk], v. ' '
likely [láykli], adv. ' '
limb [lim], n. ' '
limit [límit], n. ' '
line [layn], n. ' '
linen [línûn], n. ' '
lingua franca [lingua franca], phr. ' '
linguist [língwist], n. ' '
lion [láyûn], n. ' '
lips [lips], pl.n. ' '
liquid [líkwid], n. ' '
list [list], n. ' '
listen [lísn], v. ' '
little [lítl], adj. ' '
Little Red Riding Hood [Lítl Red Ráyding Hud], p.n. ' '
live [liv], v. ' '
living [líving], pres.p. ' '
lock [läk], n. ' '
long [löng], adj. ' '
look [luk], v. ' '
loose [lüs], adj. ' '
loss [los], n. ' '
loud [lawd], adj. ' '
Louisville [Lúivil], p.n. ' '
love [lav], n. ' '
love [lav], v. ' '
low [low], adj. ' '
luck [lak], n. ' '
lucky [láki], adj. ' '
lunch [lanch], n. ' '

M

machine [mashïn], n. ' '
machinist [mashïnist], n. ' '
magazines [mégazïns], pl.n. ' '
major general [méy¥r ¥énûrûl], phr. ' '
make [meyk], v. ' '
male [meyl], n. ' '
mall [möl], n. ' '
man [mën], n. ' '
manager [ménû¥r], n. ' '
mankind [mënkaynd], n. ' '
manner [mënr], n. ' '
map [mëp], n. ' '
March [March], p.n. ' '
mark [mark], n. ' '
market [márkût], n. ' '
married [mérïed], p.p. ' '
mass [mës], n. ' '
match [mëch], n. ' '
material [matíriûl], n. ' '
mathematics [methûmétiks], n. ' '
May [Mey], p.n. ' '
may [mey], v. ' '
maybe [méybi], adv. ' '
meal [mïl], n. ' '
means [mïns], pl.n. ' '
measure [mézhr], n. ' '
meat [mït], n. ' '
medical [médikl], adj. ' '
medicine [médisn], n. ' '
meet [mït], v. ' '
meeting [mïting], n. ' '
member [mémbr], n. ' '
memory [mémri], n. ' '
metal [métl], n. ' '
method [méthûd], n. ' '
Mexican [Méksikûn], p.n. ' '
Mexico [Méksiko], p.n. ' '
middle [mídl], n. ' '
military [míliteri], n. ' '
militia [milísha], n. ' '
milk [milk], n. ' '
millennium [miléniûm], n. ' '
mind [maynd], n. ' '
mine [mayn=av-ay], adj. poss. ' '
Ministry of Defense [Mínistri av Difénts], phr. ' '
minute [mínût], n. ' '
misprint [mísprint], n. ' '
misrepresent [misreprizént], v. ' '
mist [mist], n. ' '
mister [Mr. = místr], n. ' '
mixed [míksed], p. p. ' '
modern [mádrn], adj. ' '
moment [mómûnt], n. ' '
Monday [Mándey], p.n. ' '
money [máni], n. ' '
monkey [mánki], n. ' '
month [manth], n. ' '
moon [mün], n. ' '
more [mör], adv. ' '
morning [mórning], n. ' '
most [mowst], adv. ' '
motel [motél], n. ' '
mother [mádhr], n. ' '
motion [mówshn], n. ' '
mountain [máwntûn], n. ' '
mouse [maws], n. ' '
mouth [mawth], n. ' '
move [muv], v. ' '
movement [múvmûnt], n. ' '
movie [múvi], n. ' '
Mr., mister [místr], n. ' '
Mrs. [mísûs], n. ' '
much [mach], adj. ' '
mule [myül], n. ' '
muscle [másl], n. ' '
music [myúzik], n. ' '
must [mast], v. ' '
mutually [myúchuûli], adv. ' '

N

nail [neyl], n. ' '
name [neym], n. ' '
name [neym], v. ' '
napkin [nëpkin], n. ' '
narrow [nérow], adj. ' '
nation [néyshn], n. ' '
national [néshnl], adj. ' '
natural [néchûrûl], adj. ' '
nature [néychr], n. ' '
Nature [Néychr], p.n. ' '
naval [néyvl], adj. ' '
near [nïr], adv. ' '
necessary [nésûseri], adj. ' '
neck [nek], n. ' '
need [nïd], n. ' '
need [nïd], v. ' '
needle [nïdl], n. ' '
neighborhood [néybrhud], n. ' '
neophyte [níofayt], adj. ' '
nerve [nrv], n. ' '
net [net], n. ' '
never [névr], adv. ' '
new [nyu], adj. ' '
news [nyus], pl.n.' '
newspaper [nyúspeypr], n. ' '
next [nekst], adj. ' '
next [nekst], n. ' '
niece [nïs], n. ' '
night [nayt], n. ' '
night gown [nayt-gawn], n. ' '
nine [nayn], adj. ' '
nineteen [nayntïn], adj. ' '
ninety [náynti], adj. ' '
no [no], adv. ' '
noble [nówbl], adj. ' '
nobly [nówbli], adv. ' '
noise [nöyz], n. ' '
normal [nórml], adj. ' '
north [north], n. ''
North Atlantic Treaty Organization [North Etlëntik Trïti Orgûnizéyshn], p.n. ' '
nose [nowz], n. ' '
not [nat], adv. ' '
note [nowt], v. ' '
November [Novémbr], p.n. ' '
now [naw], adv. ' '
number [námbr], n. ' '
nut [nat], n. ' '

O

oath [owth], n. ' '
object [áb¥ekt], n. ' '
object [ab¥ékt], v. ' '
observation [abzrvéyshn], n. ' '
obtain [abtéyn], v. ' '
occupy [ákyupay], v. ' '
o'clock [o'klák], phr. ' '
October [Aktóbr], p.n. ' '
of [av], prep. ' '
of he, his [av-hi, hi's], poss. ' '
of I, my [av-ay, ay's], poss. ' '
of it, its [av-it, it's], poss. ' '
of she, her [av-shi, shi's], poss. ' '
of they. their [av-dhey, dhey's], poss. ' '
of we, our [av-wi, wi's], poss. ' '
of you, your [av-yu, yu's], poss. ' '
off [of], prep. ' '
offense [ófens], n. ' '
offer [ófr], n. ' '
offer [ófr], v. ' '
office [ófis], n. ' '
officer [ófisr], n. ' '
Ohio [Oháyo], p.n. ' '
oil [oyl], n. ' '
okay [okéy], adv. ' '
old [old], adj. ' '
on [an], prep. ' '
one [wan], adj., pron. ' '
ones [wans], pron. pl. ' '
oneteen, eleven [wantïn, ilévn], adj. ' '
only [ónli], adv. ' '
open [ópûn], v. ' '
operation [apûréyshn], n. ' '
opinion [opínyûn], n. ' '
opportunity [aprtyúniti], n. ' '
opposite [ápûzit], adj. ' '
or [or], conj. ' '
orange [órûn¥], adj. ' '
orange [órûn¥], n. ' '
ordain [ordéyn], v. ' '
order [órdr], n. ' '
order [órdr], v. ' '
organization [orgûnizéyshn], n. ' '
organize [órgûnayz], v. ' '
original [orí¥ûnl], adj. ' '
originally [orí¥ûnli], adv. ' '
ornament [órnûmûnt], n. ' '
orphan [órfûn], n. ' '
other [ádhr], pron. ' '
our [áwr=av-wi], poss.adj. ' '
ourselves [wisélfs], pl.pron. ' '
out [awt], prep. ' '
oven [ávn], n. ' '
over [óvr], prep. ' '
overcome [ovrkám], v. ' '
over there [óvr dhër], phr. ' '
owner [ównr], n. ' '

P

packages [péki¥es], pl.n.' '
page [pey¥], n. ' '
pain [peyn], n. ' '
paint [peynt], n. ' '
pants [pënts], pl.n.' '
paper [péypr], n. ' '
parallel [péralel], adj. ' '
parcel [pársl], n. ' '
pardon [párdn], n. ' '
pardon me [párdnmi=párdn ay], phr. ' '
parents [përûnts], pl.n.' '
park [park], n. ' '
part [part], n. ' '
part [part], v. ' '
particularly [partíkyulrli], adv. ' '
pass [pës], v. ' '
past [pëst], n. ' '
paste [peyst], v. ' '
pattern [pëtrn], n. ' '
pay [pey], v. ' '
payment [péymûnt], n. ' '
peace [pïs], n. ' '
peaceably [pïsûbli], adv. ' '
pear [për], n. ' '
peas [pïz], pl.n. ' '
pen [pen], n. ' '
pencil [péntsl], n. ' '
people [pïpl], n. ' '
pepper [pépr], n. ' '
perceive [prsïv], v. ' '
percent [prsént], n. ' '
perfect [pr'fekt], adj. ' '
perish [pérish], v. ' '
person [pr'sûn], n. ' '
petition [petíshn], n. ' '
pharmacy [fármûsi], n. ' '
physical [fízikl], adj. ' '
pianist [píanist], n. ' '
piano [piéno], n. ' '
picture [píkchr], n. ' '
pidgin-creole [pí¥ûn-kríol], phr. ' '
pieces [píses], pl.n. ' '
pig [pig], n. ' '
pin [pin], n. ' '
pipe [payp], n. ' '
place [pleys], n. ' '
place mat [pleys mët], phr. ' '
plan [plën], n. 'plan'; v. ' '
plane [pleyn], n. ' '
planet [plënût], n. ' '
planner [plënr], n. ' '
plant [plënt], n. ' '
plate [pleyt], n. ' '
play [pley], v. ' '
please [plïz], v. ' '
pleasure [plézhr], n. ' '
pledge [ple¥], v. ' '
plough [plaw], n. ' '
pocket [pákût], n. ' '
point [poynt], n. ' '
point out [poynt awt], phr. ' '
poison [póyzn], n. ' '
polish [pálish], n. ' '
political [pûlítikl], adj. ' '
politics [pálûtiks], n. ' '
poor [pür], adj. ' '
popular [pápyulr], adj. ' '
population [papyuléyshn], n. ' '
porter [pórtr], n. ' '
position [pûzíshn], n. ' '
possible [pásûbl], adj. ' '
post office [post ófis], n. ' '
posterity [pastérûti], n. ' '
pot [pat], n. ' '
potato [pûtéyto], n. ' '
powder [páwdr], n. ' '
power [páwr], n. ' '
practice [préktûs], n. ' '
preamble [priëmbl], n. ' '
present [prézûnt], n. ' '
presentment [prizéntmûnt], n. ' '
preserve [prizr'v], v. ' '
president [prézidûnt], n. ' '
press [pres], n. ' '
prestige [prestïzh], n. ' '
pretty [pr'ti], adj. ' '
previously [príviûsli], adv. ' '
price [prays], n. ' '
principal [príntsipl], n. ' '
principle [príntsipl], n. ' '
print [print], v. ' '
prison [prízn], n. ' '
private [práyvût], adj. ' '
probable [prábûbl], adj. ' '
problem [práblûm], n. ' '
proceeding [prosïding], n. ' '
process [práses], n. ' '
produce [pródyus], n. 'productos agrícolas'; [prodyüs], v. ' '
profession [proféshn], n. ' '
professor [profésr], n. ' '
profit [práfit], n. ' '
program [prógrëm], v. ' '
progress [prágrûs], n. ' '
prohibit [prohíbit], v. ' '
project [prá¥ekt], n. ' '
promote [promówt], v. ' '
pronounce [prnáwnts], v. ' '
pronunciation [prnantsiéyshn], n. ' '
proper [prápr], adj. ' '
property [práprti], n. ' '
propose [propówz], v. ' '
proposition [prapûzíshn], n. ' '
prose [prowz], n. ' '
prosecution [prasûkyúshn], n. ' '
protection [protékshn], n. ' '
protest [prótest], n. ' '
proverb [právrb], n. ' '
provide [prováyd], v. ' '
prudents [prúdûnts], n. ' '
public [páblik], n. ' '
publish [páblish], v. ' '
pull [pul], v. ' '
pump [pamp], v. ' '
punishment [pánishmûnt], n. ' '
purple [pr'pl], adj. ' '
purpose [pr'pûs], n. ' '
pursuit [prsyút], n. ' '
push [push], v. ' '
put [put], v. ' '

Q

quality [kwólûti], n. ' '
quartering [kwórtûring], n. ' '
queen [kwïn], n. ' '
question [kwéschn], n. ' '
quick [kwik], adj. ' '
quiet [kwáyût], adj. ' '
quit [kwit], v. ' '
quite [kwayt], adv. ' '

R

rail [reyl], n. ' '
railroad [réylröd], n. ' '
rain [reyn], n. ' '
range [reyn¥], n. ' '
rapid [répid], adj. ' '
rat [rët], n. ' '
rate [reyt], n. ' '
rather [rëdhr], adv. ' '
ray [rey], n. ' '
reach [rïch], v. ' '
reaction [riékshn], n. ' '
read [rïd], v. ' '
reading [rïding], pres.p. ' '
ready [rédi], adj. ' '
really [rïli], adv. ' '
reason [rïzn], n. ' '
receipt [risït], n. ' '
receive [risïv], v. ' '
recent [rïsûnt], adj. ' '
recome [rikám], v. ' '
record [rékrd], n. ' '
rectify [réktûfay], v. ' '
red [red], adj. ' '
reduce [ridyús], v. ' '
regret [rigrét], v. ' '
regular [régyulr], n. ' '
regulate [régyuleyt], v. ' '
relate [reléyt], v. ' '
relation [riléyshn], n. ' '
reliance [riláyûnts], n. ' '
religion [rilí¥ûn], n. ' '
remain [riméyn], v. ' '
remember [rimémbr], v. ' '
repeated [ripïted], adj. ' '
representative [reprizéntûtiv], n. ' '
reprint [riprint], v. ' '
republic [ripáblik], n. ' '
request [rikwést], n. ' '
request [rikwést], v. ' '
require [rikwáyr], v. ' '
research [rísrch], v. ' '
reserve [rizr'v], v. ' '
resolve [rizálv], v. ' '
respect [rispékt], n. ' '
respecting [rispékting], part. ' '
respectively [rispéktivli], adv. ' '
respond [rispánd], v. ' '
responsible [rispánsûbl], adj. ' '
rest [rest], n. ' '
restaurant [réstrant], n. ' '
result [rizált], n. ' '
retain [ritéyn], v. ' '
revolution [revûlúshn], n. ' '
reward [riwórd], n. ' '
rhythm [rídhûm], n. ' '
rice [rays], n. ' '
rich [rich], adj. ' '
right [rayt], adj. ' '
right [rayt], n. ' '
ring [ring], n. ' '
rise [räyz], n. ' '
rival [ráyvl], v. ' '
river [rívr], n. ' '
road [rowd], n. ' '
Rockies [Rakïs], p.n. ' '
rod [räd], n. ' '
roll [rowl], n. ' '
Rome [Rowm], p.n. ' '
roof [ruf], n. ' '
room [rum], n. ' '
root [rut], n. ' '
rough [raf], adj. ' '
round [rawnd], adj. ' '
round trip [rawnd trip], phr. ' '
routine [rutïn], n. ' '
rub [rab], v. ' '
rule [rül], v. ' '
run [ran], v. ' '

S

sacred [séykrûd], adj. ' '
sad [sëd], adj. ' '
safe [seyf], adj. ' '
safely [séyfli], adv. ' '
safety [séyfti], n. ' '
sail [seyl], v. ' '
salad [sëlûd], n. ' '
salt [solt], n. ' '
same [seym], adj. ' '
sample [sëmpl], n. ' '
sand [sënd], n. ' '
sandwich [séndwich], n. ' '
satisfy [sétisfay], v. ' '
Saturday [Sétrdey], p.n. ' '
say [sey], v. ' '
scale [skeyl], n. ' '
school [skül], n. ' '
science [sáyûnts], n. ' '
scissors [sízrs], pl.n.' '
scrambled [skrëmbled], v. ' '
screw [skru], n. ' '
sea [sï], n. ' '
search [srch], n. ' '
seat [sït], n. ' '
second [séknd, tüth], adj. ' '
secret [síkrût], n. ' '
secretary [sékrûteri], n. ' '
section [sékshn], n. ' '
secure [sikyür], v. ' '
security [sikyúrûti], n. ' '
see [sï], v. ' '
seeable [sïûbl], adj. ' '
seed [sïd], n. ' '
seem [sïm], v. ' '
seize [sïz], v. ' '
seizure [sïzhr], n. ' '
select [silékt], v. ' '
self [self], pron. ' '
sell [sel], v. ' '
send [send], v. ' '
senior [sínyûr], adj. ' '
sense [sents], n. ' '
sentence [séntûnts], n. ' '
separate [séprût], adj. ' '
separation [sepûréyshn], n. ' '
September [Siptémbr], p.n. ' '
serious [síriûs], adj. ' '
servant [sr'vûnt], n. ' '
service [sr'vûs], n. ' '
set [set], v. ' '
seven [sévn], adj. ' '
seventeen [sevntïn], adj. ' '
sex [seks], n. ' '
shade [sheyd], n. ' '
shake [sheyk], v. ' '
shame [sheym], n. ' '
sharp [sharp], adj. ' '
shave [sheyv], v. ' '
she, her [shi], pron. ' '
sheep [shïp], n. ' '
shelf [shelf], n. ' '
she's, her [shi's, av-shi], poss. ' '
ship [ship], n. ' '
shirt [shrt], n. ' '
shock [shäk], n. ' '
shoe [shu], n. ' '
shoes [shüs], pl.n.' '
shop [shäp], n. ' '
short [short, nattöl], adj. ' '
short cut [short-kat], n. ' '
short-comings [short-kámings], phr. ' '
shoulder [shóldr], n. ' '
show [show], v. ' '
shut [shat], v. ' '
sick [sik], adj. ' '
side [sayd], n. ' '
sign [sayn], n. ' '
sign [sayn], v. ' '
silk [silk], n. ' '
silver [sílvr], n. ' '
simple [símpl], adj. ' '
simplify [símplûfay], v. ' '
since [sints], conj. ' '
since [sints], prep. ' '
sincerely [sinsïrli], adv. ' '
single [síngl], adj. ' '
sink [sink], v. ' '
sister [sístr], n. ' '
sit [sit], v. ' '
six [siks], adj. ' '
sixteen [sikstïn], adj. ' '
size [sayz], n. ' '
skin [skin], n. ' '
skirt [skrt], n. ' '
sky [skäy], n. ' '
sleep [slïp], v. ' '
slip [slip], v. ' '
slope [slowp], n. ' '
Slovak [Slóvak], p.n. ' '
Slovakia [Slovákia], p.n. ' '
Slovak Republic [Slóvak Ripáblik, p.n. ' '
slow [slow, natfëst], adj. ' '
slowly [slówli], adv. ' '
small [smöl], adj. ' '
smash [smësh], v. ' '
smell [smel], v. ' '
smile [smayl], n. ' '
smoke [smowk], n. ' '
smoke [smowk], v. ' '
smooth [smüth], adj. ' '
snake [sneyk], n. ' '
sneeze [snïz], v. ' '
snow [snow], n. ' '
so [so], adv. ' '
so [so], conj. ' '
so long [so löng], phr. ' '
soap [sowp], n. ' '
soccer [säkr], n. ' '
social [sóshl], adj. ' '
society [sosáyûti], n. ' '
sock [säk], n. ' '
socks [säks], pl.n.' '
soft [soft], adj. ' '
soldier [sól¥ûr], n. ' '
solemnly [sálûmli], adv. ' '
solid [sälid], adj. ' '
solution [sûlúshn], n. ' '
some [sam], adj. ' '
something [sámthing], pron. ' '
son [san], n. ' '
song [song], n. ' '
son-in-law [sán-in-lö], n. ' '
soon [sun], adv. ' '
sort [sort], v. ' '
so-so [so-so], phr. ' '
sound [sawnd], n. ' '
soup [sup], n. ' '
south [sawth], n. ' '
spa [spa], n. ' '
space [speys], n. ' '
spade [speyd], n. ' '
Spanish [Spënish], p.n. ' '
speak [spïk], v. ' '
speaker [spïkr], n. ' '
special [spéshl], adj. ' '
speech [spïch], n. ' '
speedy [spïdi], adj. ' '
sponge [span¥], n. ' '
spoon [spün], n. ' '
sport [sport], n. ' '
spread [spred], v. ' '
spring [spring], n. ' '
square [skwer], n. ' '
stage [stey¥], n. ' '
stamp [stëmp], n. ' '
stand [stënd], v. ' '
standing [stënding], pres.p. ' '
star [star], n. ' '
start [start], v. ' '
start off [start of], phr. ' '
state [steyt], n. ' '
statement [stéytmûnt], n. ' '
station [stéyshn], n. ' '
stay [stey], v. ' '
steam [stïm], n. ' '
steel [stïl], n. ' '
stem [stem], n. ' '
step [step], n. ' '
stick [stik], n. ' '
sticky [stíki], adj. ' '
stiff [stif], adj. ' '
still [stil], adv. ' '
stitch [stich], n. ' '
stocking [stáking], n. ' '
stomach [stámûk], n. ' '
stone [stown], n. ' '
stop [stap], v. ' '
store [stör], n. ' '
story [stóri], n. ' '
straight [streyt], adj. ' '
strange [stréyn¥], adj. ' '
stranger [stréyn¥r], n. ' '
streets [strïts], pl.n.' '
stretch [strech], v. ' '
strong [strong], adj. ' '
structure [strákchr], n. ' '
struggle [strágl], v. ' '
student [stúdûnt], n. ' '
study [stádi], v. ' '
subject [sáb¥ekt], n. ' '
subsequent [sábsikwent], adj. ' '
substance [sábstûnts], n. ' '
subtract [sabtrékt], v. ' '
successful [saksésfl], adj. ' '
such [sach], adv. ' '
sudden [sádn], adj. ' '
suddenly [sádûnli], adv. ' '
sugar [shúgr], n. ' '
suggestion [sa¥éschn], n. ' '
suit [sut], n. ' '
summer [sámr], n. ' '
sun [san], n. ' '
Sunday [Sándey], p.n. ' '
superlanguage [súprlëngwi¥], n. ' '
supermarket [súprmarket], n. ' '
supper [sápr], n. ' '
supplement [sáplûmûnt], n. ' '
support [sûpórt], n. ' '
supported [sûpórted], p.p. ' '
supreme [sûprïm], adj. ' '
sure [shur], adv. ' '
surprise [srpráyz], n. ' '
sweet [swït], adj. ' '
sweetheart [swïthart], n. ' '
swim [swim,], v. ' '
syntax [síntëks], n. ' '
system [sístûm], n. ' '

T

table [téybl], n. ' '
tail [teyl], n. ' '
take [teyk], v. ' '
take bath [teyk bëth], phr. ' '
talk [tök], v. 'hablar'; n. ' '
tall [töl], adj. ' '
taller [tölr], adj. ' '
tallest [tölest], adj. ' '
target [tárgût], n. ' '
taste [teyst], v. ' '
Tatra Mountains [Tátra Máwntûns], p.n. ' '
taught [töt = tïched], p.p. ' '
tax [tëks], n. ' '
taxi [tëksi], n. ' '
TE=Transitional English [TI=Trensíshnl Ínglish], p.n. ' '
teach [tïch], v. ' '
teacher [tïchr], n. ' '
teaching [tïching], pres.p. ' '
team [tïm], n. ' '
technology [teknálû¥i], n. ' '
telephone [télûfown], n. ' '
television [télûvizhn], n. ' '
tell [tel], v. ' '
ten [ten], adj. ' '
tendency [téndûntsi], n. ' '
tennis [ténûs], n. ' '
test [test], n. ' '
test [test], v. ' '
Texas [Téksûs], p.n. ' '
text [tekst], n. ' '
than [dhën], conj. ' '
thank [thenk], v. ' '
thanks [thenks], n. ' '
that [dhet], adj. sing. & pl. ' '
that [dhet], pron. ' '
that one [dhet-wan], pron. ' '
that ones [dhet wans], pron. ' '
the [dha], art. ' '
their véase ' '
theme [thïm], n. ' '
themselves [dheysélfs], pl.pron. ' '
then [dhen], adv. ' '
theory [thíûri], n. ' '
theorize [thíûrayz], v. ' '
there [dhër], adv. ' '
thereof [dhërav], adv. ' '
these, this ones [dhis-wans], pl.pron. ' '
they, them [dhey], pron. ' '
they's, their [dhey's, av-dhey], poss. ' '
thick [thik], adj. ' '
thin [thin], adj. ' '
thing [thing], n. ' '
think [think], v. ' '
thirsty [thr'sti], adj. ' '
thirteen [thrtïn], adj. ' '
thirty [thr'ti, thríti], adj. ' '
this [dhis], adj. sing. & pl. ' '
this one [dhis-wan], pron. ' '
those [dhet-wans], pl.pron. ' '
though [dhow], conj. ' '
thought [thot], n. ' '
thousand [tháwzûnd], adj. ' '
thread [thred], n. ' '
three [thri], adj. ' '
threeteen [thritïn, thrtïn], adj. ' '
throat [throwt], n. ' '
through [thru], prep. ' '
throw [throw], v. ' '
thumb [tham], n. ' '
thunder [thándr], n. ' '
Thursday [Thr'zdey], p.n. ' '
thus far [dhas far], phr. ' '
ticket [tíkût], n. ' '
tie [täy], n. ' '
tie up [tay ap], v. ' '
tiger [táygr], n. ' '
tight [tayt], adj. ' '
till [til], prep. ' '
time [täym], n. ' '
tin [tin], n. ' '
tired [táyrd], adj. ' '
Titanic [Taytënik, Titanic], p.n. ' '
to [tu], prep. ' '
to effect [tu_ifékt], v. ' '
toasted [tówsted], adj. ' '
today [tudéy], n. ' '
toe [tow], n. ' '
together [tugédhr], adj. ' '
tomato [tûméyto], n. ' '
tomorrow [tumárow], adv. ' '
tongue [tang], n. ' '
too [tú], adv. ' '
tooth [tüth], n. ' '
toothpaste [tüthpeyst], n. ' '
top [tap], n. ' '
to reduce [tu_ridyús], v. ' '
to suffer [tu_sáfr], v. ' '
total [tówtl], n. ' '
to throw off [tu_throw of], v. ' '
touch [tach], v. ' '
tour [tür], n. ' '
tourist [túrist], n. ' '
tower [táwr], n. ' '
town [tawn], n. ' '
trade [treyd], n. ' '
train [treyn], n. ' '
tranquility [trenkwíliti], n. ' '
trans-cultural [trens-kálchûrûl=kros-kálchûrûl], phr. ' '
transient [trënsyûnt], adj. ' '
Transitional English [Trensíshnl Ínglish], p.n. ' '
transport [trénsport], v. ' '
travel [trévl], v. ' '
travel agency [trévl éy¥ûntsy], phr. ' '
tray [trey], n. ' '
tree [trï], n. ' '
trees [trïs], pl.n.' '
trial [tráyûl], n. ' '
trick [trik], n. ' '
trip [trip], n. ' '
troop [trup], n. ' '
trouble [trábl], n. ' '
trousers [tráwzrs], pl.n. ' '
true [trü], adj. ' '
truism [trúizm], n. ' '
truth [truth], n. ' '
try [tray], v. ' '
Tuesday [Túzdey], p.n. ' '
turn [trn], v. ' '
twelve [twelv, tutïn], adj. ' '
twenty [twénti, túti], adj. ' '
twist [twist], v. ' '
two [tu], adj. ' '
twoteen [tutïn, twelv], adj. ' '
typical [típikl], adj. ' '

U

ugly [ágli], adj. ' '
ultimately [áltimûtli], adv. ' '
umbrella [ambréla], n. ' '
unanimous [yunénimûs], adj. ' '
unbelievable [anbilïvûbl], adj. ' '
uncles [ánkls], pl.n. ' '
under [ándr], prep. ' '
understand [andrstënd], v. ' '
undertake [andrtéyk], v. ' '
unfinished [anfínished], adj. ' '
unhook [anhúk], v. ' '
union [yúnyûn], n. ' '
unit [yúnit], n. ' '
United Nations [Yunáyted Néyshns], p.n. ' '
universal [yunivr'sl], adj. ' '
university [yunivr'siti], n. ' '
unjustifiable [an¥astûfáyûbl], adj. ' '
unorthodox [anórthodaks], adj. ' '
unreasonable [anrïzûnûbl], adj. ' '
unsuccessful [ansaksésfl], adj. ' '
until [antíl], prep. ' '
unusual [anyúzhuûl], adj. ' '
unwarrantable [anwórûntûbl], adj. ' '
up [ap], prep. ' '
us [as=wi], pron. ' '
use [yüs], n. ' '
use [yüs], v. ' '
usurpation [yusrpéyshn], n. ' '

V

vain [veyn], adj. ' '
value [vëlyu], n. ' '
vegetable [vé¥tûbl], n. ' '
Versailles [Vrséyls], p.n. ' '
verse [vrs], n. ' '
version [vr'zhn], n. ' '
very [véri], adv. ' '
very well [véri wel], phr. ' '
vessel [vésl], n. ' '
Vienna [Viéna], p.n. ' '
view [vyu], n. ' '
village [vílû¥], n. ' '
violent [váyûlûnt], adj. ' '
visit [vísit], v. ' '
vocabulary [vokébyuleri], n. ' '
voice [voys], n. ' '

W

wait [weyt], v. ' '
waiting [wéyting], pres.p. ' '
waitress [wéytrûs], n. ' '
wake up [weyk-ap], phr. ' '
walk [wök], v. ' '
wall [wöl], n. ' '
Wal-Mart [Wól-Mart], p.n. ' '
want [want], v. ' '
wanth, first [wanth=frst], adj. ' '
war [wör], n. ' '
warm [wörm], adj. ' '
warrant [wórûnt], n. ' '
wash [wösh], v. ' '
waste [weyst], v. ' '
watch [wach], v. ' '
water [wótr], n. ' '
wave [weyv], n. ' '
wax [wëks], n. ' '
way [wey], n. ' '
we, us [wi], pron. ' '
weapon [wépn], n. ' '
wear [wër], v. ' '
wear out [wër awt], v. ' '
weather [wédhr], n. ' '
Wednesday [Wénzdey], p.n. ' '
week [wïk], n. ' '
weekend [wïkend], n. ' '
weight [weyt], n. ' '
welcome [wélkam], adj. ' '
welfare [wélfër], n. ' '
well [wel], adv. ' '
were [wr=bïed], v.past ' '
we's, our [wi's, av-wi=áwr], poss. ' '
west [west], n. ' '
wet [wet], adj. ' '
what [wat], interr. ' '
wheel [wïl], n. ' '
when [wen], adv. ' '
where [wër], adv., interr. ' '
wherever [wërévr], adv. ' '
while [wayl], adv. ' '
whip [wip], n. ' '
whisper [wíspr], v. ' '
whistle [wísl], n. ' '
white [wayt], adj. ' '
who [hu], pron. ' '
whole [howl], adj. ' '
why [way], adv. ' '
wicked [wíkûd], adj. ' '
wide [wayd], adj. ' '
widely [wáydli], adv. ' '
wife [wayf], n. ' '
will [wil-], v. ' '
will put [wil-put], v. ' '
will take [wil-teyk], v. ' '
wind [wind], n. ' '
window [wíndow], n. ' '
wine [wayn], n. ' '
wing [wing], n. ' '
winter [wíntr], n. ' '
wire [wáyr], n. ' '
wisdom [wízdûm], n. ' '
wise [wayz], adj. ' '
with [with], prep. ' '
witness [wítnûs], n. ' '
wolf [wulf], n. ' '
woman [wúmûn], n. ' '
wonder [wándr], v. ' '
wood [wud], n. ' '
woodsman [wúdsmën], n. ' '
wool [wul], n. ' '
word [wrd], n. ' '
work [wrk], n. ' '
workable [wr'kûbl], adj. ' '
world [wrld], n. ' '
World Wide Web [Wrld Wayd Web], phr. ' '
worm [wrm], n. ' '
worship [wr'ship], v. ' '
would like [wud-layk], phr. ' '
would like [wud-layk], v. ' '
wound [wünd], n. ' '
write [wrayt], v. ' '
writing [wráyting], pres.p. ' '
written [wrítûn=wráyted], p.p. ' '
wrong [wrong], adj. ' '

Y

yard [yärd], n. ' '
year [yïr], n. ' '
yellow [yélow], adj. ' '
yes [yes], adv. ' '
yesterday [yéstrdey], n. ' '
you [yu], pron. ' '
young [yang], adj. ' '
you're welcome [yu wélkam], phr. ' '
yourself [yusélf], pron. ' '
yourselves [yusélfs], pron. ' '
you's, your [yu's, av-yu], adj. poss. ' '
Yugoslavia [Yugoslávia], p.n. ' '

Z

zero [zíro], n. ' '


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