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+ger = followed by –ing-form adj = adjective adv = adverb aux = auxiliary verb coll = colloquial conj = conjunction idiom = idiomatic expression inf = infinitive irrpl = irregular plural

EXAMPLE

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be worth broke

bi… w∏…T brEÁk

wert sein pleite

vi adj

can’t afford cash machine charge

kA…nt E˛"fO…d kœS mE˛"Si…n tSA…dZ

coin cost credit card earn

kOIn kÅst "kredItkA…d ∏…n

sich nicht leisten können Geldautomat verlangen berechnen Münze kosten Kreditkarte verdienen

vr n vr vr n vi n vr

greedy inherit invest lend loan mall mortgage

"gri…dI In˛"herIt In˛"vest lend lEÁn mO…l "mO…gIdZ

(hab)gierig erben investieren leihen Darlehen Einkaufszentrum Hypothek

adj vr vr vi n n n

note

"nEÁt

Banknote Schein

n n

owe rob

EÁ rÅb

schulden (be)rauben

vr vr

salary save take out

"sœlErI seIv teIk aÁt

Gehalt sparen abheben

n vr vi

tax waste argument

tœks weIst "A…gjÁmEnt

Steuer verschwenden Streit

n vr n

bill

bIl

Rechnung

n

borrow questionnaire several spend wallet

"bÅrEÁ ÆkwestSE˛"˛n”E "sevErEl spend "wÅlIt

leihen Fragebogen mehrere ausgeben Brieftasche

vr n adj vi n

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n = noun phv = phrasal verb pl = plural pp = past participle prep = preposition pron = pronoun sg = singular vi = irregular verb vr = regular verb

I'm always ~ by the end of the month.

Most people don't ~a lot of money. She ~ed her father's fortune.

I took out a ~ last month. How much is the ~ on your house? Have you got change for a five-pound ~? He ~s me £5000. I was ~bed in front of the station.

I have to go to the bank to ~ some money. Don't ~ your time! He had an ~ with his wife about money. Waiter, could we have the ~, please? Can I ~ your book, please? Please fill in this ~!

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EXAMPLE

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apart from

E˛"pA…t frEm

belongings

bI˛"lÅNINz

contacts

"kÅtœkts

equally flat

bis auf

prep

"i…kwElI flœt

abgesehen von Besitz Sachen Kontakte Bekannte gleich Wohnung

prep n pl n pl n n adv n

give away give up

gIv E˛"weI gIv Øp

verschenken aufgeben

vi vi

phv

Most smokers would like to ~ their habit.

judge (sb)

dZØdZ

look after

"luk A…ftE

(be)urteilen verurteilen betreuen

vr vr vr

phv

Do you often have to ~ your brother?

mistake own possessions

mI˛"steIk EÁn pE˛"zeSnz

set up

"set "Øp

Fehler eigene(r, s) Besitz Hab und Gut gründen

n adj n n vi

pl pl phv

swap throw away toothpaste turn up wealthy approximately average

swÅp TrEÁ E˛"weI "tu…TpeIst t∏…n Øp "welTI E˛"prOksImEtlI "œvErIdZ

austauschen wegwerfen Zahnpasta auftauchen reich ungefähr durchschnittlich

vr vi n vr adj adv adj

estimate increase ladder

"estImeIt "INkri…s In˛"kri…s "lœdE

schätzen Steigerung steigen Leiter

vr n vr n

lorry management

"lÅrI "mœnIdZmEnt

pay rise union amazing

peI raIz ju…njEn E˛"meIzIN

Lastwagen Verwaltung Arbeitgeber Lohnerhöhung Gewerkschaft erstaunlich

n n n n n adj

be afraid of club culture primary school

"bi… E˛"freId klØb "kØltSE "praImErI sku…l

properly

"prÅpElI

Angst haben Verein Kultur Primarschule Grundschule richtig

vi n n n n adv

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I like Sweden a lot ~ the snow.

Where are your ~?

How many rooms are there in your ~?

When did you ~ your company? They ~ped clothes.

phv phv

Did her suitcase ~ again?

They're neither rich nor poor, they're just ~.

Prices have ~d by 5%. He climbed quite high on his career ~.

Federer's five consecutive titles at Wimbledon are an ~ achievement. phv

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year off ape apply for blazing

jIE Åf eIp E˛"plaI fO… "bleIzIN

chain store

"tSeIn stO…

deep delicious horrible ill-treated keeper mad manager rescue social life tiny tourist guide trivial

di…p dI˛"lISEs "hÅrIbl Il˛"tri…tId "ki…pE mœd "mœnIdZE "reskju… "sEuSl "laíf "taInI "tÁErIst gaId "trIvIEl

tube angry

tju…b "œNgrI

boiling dirty enormous exhausted filthy

"bOIlIN "d∏…tI I˛"nO…mEs Ig˛"zO…stId "fIlTi

freezing furious starving take time off tasty terrified

‡"fri…zIN "fjÁrIEs "stA…vIN teIk taIm Åf "teIstI "terIfaId

tired keeper

"taIEd "ki…pE

car convenient

kA… kEn˛"˛viÜniEnt

journey race

"dZ∏…nI reIs

scenery

"si…nErI

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EXAMPLE

D

ein Jahr Urlaub Affe sich bewerben um brennend glühend heiss Discounter Ladenkette tief köstlich schrecklich misshandelt Wärter(in) verrückt Geschäftsführer(in) retten Privatleben winzig Fremdenführer(in) unwichtig belanglos die Londoner U-Bahn verärgert böse sehr heiss schmutzig riesengross erschöpft dreckig schmutzig eiskalt wütend hungrig sich freinehmen lecker entsetzt voller Angst

n n vr adj adj n n adj adj adj adj n adj n vr n adj n adj adj n adj adj adj adj adj adj adj adj adj adj adj vi adj adj adj

müde Tierpfleger(in) Betreuer(in) Auto praktisch günstig Reise Rennen Wettrennen Landschaft

adj n n n adj adj n n n n

phv

He has applied for the job.

These strawberries are ~.

He was wearing ~ jeans.

idiom Dinner was very ~. We tried to hide how ~ we were.

The ~ around the lake is spectacular.

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set off

set "Åf

aufbrechen

vi

travel

trœvl

trip ages ahead of

trIp "eIdZIz @E˛"hed Ev

bright buffet car exit (sign) farmhouse ferry

braIt "bÁfeI "kA… "eksIt "fA…mhaÁs "feri

reisen fahren Fahrt eine Ewigkeit vor voraus hell Speisewagen Ausgang(sschild) Bauernhaus Fähre

vr vr n n prep prep adj n n n n

fill up

fIl Øp

volltanken

vr

flight gate land luggage

flaIt geIt lœnd "lØgIdZ

Flug Flugsteig landen Gepäck

n n vr n

motorway out of breath platform

"mEÁtEweI aÁt Ev "breT "plœtfO…m

queue

kju…

Autobahn ausser Atem Perron Bahnsteig Schlange Warteschlange

n adv n n n n

schnell Hauptverkehrszeit Stosszeit Reiseprogramm Zeitplan

adj n n n n

Platz Sitzplatz Sicherheitskontrolle

n n n

Sicherheit Raststätte ruhig glatt bald Tempolimit Koffer Start Tunnel ganz

n n adj adj adv n n n n adj

quick rush hour

kwIk "rØSaÁE

schedule

"Sedju…l

seat

si…t

security

sI˛"kjÁErItI

service station smooth

"s∏…vIs "steISn smu…D

soon speed limit suitcase take off tunnel whole

su…n "spi…d lImIt "su…tkeIs £"teIk Åf "tØnEl hEÁl

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phv

We set off early yesterday morning.

I haven't seen him for ~. We landed 10' ~ schedule. She wears ~ colours.

phv

We came to England by train and ~. I stopped at a petrolstation to ~ with petrol.

I had a lot of ~ when I came back from England.

There was a long ~ at the cinema.

We landed 10 minutes ahead of ~. Has this ~ been taken? There was a long queue at the ~.

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aisle

aIl

Gang

n

baggage reclaim

Gepäckausgabe

n

bike boarding card car park carriage

"bœgIdZ rI˛"kleIm baIk "bO…dIN kA…d "kA… pA…k "kœrIdZ

check-in desk coach

"tSekIn˛"˛desk kEÁtS

Fahrrad Bordkarte Parkplatz Eisenbahnwagen Wagen Abfertigungsschalter Reisebus

n n n n n n n

crash cycle lane cyclist dangerous exciting helmet motorbike parking fine pedestrian area

Unfall Radweg Radfahrer(in) gefährlich aufregend Helm Motorrad Parkbusse Fussgängerzone

n n n adj adj n n n n

railway station road works scooter seat belt stressed taxi rank ticket office

krœS "saIkl leIn "saIklIst "deIndZErEs Ik˛"saItIN "helmIt "mEÁtEbaIk ("pA…kIN faIn pE˛"destrIEn "”ErIE "petrEl "steISn "pØblIk "trœnspO…t "reIlweI "steISn "rEÁdw∏…ks "sku…tE "si…t belt strest "tœksI rœNk "tIkIt ÅfIs

traffic jam

"trœfIk dZœm

traffic lights tram

"trœfIk laIts trœm

underground van

"ØndE˛Ægraund vœn

can

kœn

distraction expert

dI˛"strœkSn "eksp∏…t

fast

fA…st

petrol station public transport

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Tankstelle n öffentliche Verkehrmittel n Bahnhof Baustelle Motorroller Sicherheitsgurt gestresst Taxistand Fahrkartenschalter Billettschalter Stau

n n n n adj n n n n

Ampel Strassenbahn Tram U-Bahn Transporter Lieferwagen Dose Büchse Ablenkung Expertin Experte schnell

n n n n n n n n n n n adj

I always sit on the ~ in aeroplanes.

We went on a ~ trip to Scotland.

We had an ~ holiday in Italy.

sg

~ is very efficient in Switzerland.

pl

There are ~ ahead.

There was a ~ , it took me more than an hour to get here.

We came by ~.

We bought six ~s of Coke.

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packet of crisps passenger

EXAMPLE

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pœkIt Ev "krIsps "pœsIndZE

pay attention safe safety

peI E˛"tenSn seIf seIftI

unfamiliar

ÆØnfE˛"mIlIE

wheel

"wi…l

Packung Kartoffelchips

n

Beifahrer(in)

n

Passagier(in) aufpassen sicher Sicherheit

n vi adj n

ungewohnt fremd Steuerrad Rad

adj adj n n

Looking for a CD on the ~ seat is dangerous.

A lot is done for our ~ on airports.

The London-Eye is a huge ~.

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