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BK
1st publ.
Cambridge : Cambridge University, 1994
vi, 296 s.

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ISBN 0-521-42396-1 (brož.)
Obsahuje rejstřík
Angličtina - zásoba slovní - učebnice
000031736
Acknowledgements vi // Using this book 1 // Introduction // 1 Learning vocabulary - general advice // 2 Learning vocabulary - aids to learning // 3 Organising a vocabulary notebook // 4 The names of English language words // 5 Using your dictionary // 6 Revising vocabulary // 7 Formal and informal words // Word formation // 8 Suffixes (e.g. actor, permission, modernise) // 9 Prefixes (e.g. over-worked, exhale) // 10 Roots (e.g. impress, pressure, expression) // 11 Abstract nouns (e.g. faith, hope and love) // 12 Compound adjectives (e.g. well-dressed, time-consuming) // 13 Compound nouns - combinations of two nouns (e.g. baby-sitter, youth hostel) // 14 Compound nouns - combinations of verb + preposition (e.g. drawback, input) // 15 Words with interesting origins - people and places (e.g. hooligan, denim) // 16 Words with interesting origins - from other languages (e.g. bistro, rucksack) // 17 Onomatopoeic words - words that sound like their meaning (e.g. grumble, smash) // 18 Words commonly mispronounced (e.g. worry, cough) // 19 Homonyms - words pronounced and/or spelt the same (e.g. row, row; bow, bough) // Connecting and Unking // 20 Time (e.g. as soon as, while, afterwards) // 21 Condition (e.g. unless, provided that) // 22 Cause, reason, purpose and result (e.g. owing to, with tl\e aim oi, as a resulť) // 23 Concession and contrast (e.g. although, on the other hand) // 24 Addition (e.g. in addition, furthermore, besides) // 25 Text-referring words (e.g. issue, problem) // Countables and uncountables // 26 Uncountable words (e.g. information, advice) // 2" Words that only occur in the plural (e.g. scissors) // 28 Countable and uncountable with different meanings (e.g. paper and a paper) // 29 Collective nouns (e.g. a flock of sheep) // 30 Making uncountable words countable (e.g. a loaf of bread) // Topics // 31 Countries, nationalities and languages //
32 The weather // 33 Describing people - appearance // 34 Describing people - character // 35 Relationships // 36 At home // 37 Everyday problems // 38 Global problems // 39 Education // 40 Work // 41 Sport // 42 The arts // 43 Food // 44 The environment // 45 Towns // 46 The natural world // 47 Clothes // 48 Health and medicine // 49 Travel // 50 Holidays // 51 Numbers and shapes // 52 Science and technology // 53 The press and media // 54 Politics and public institutions // 55 Crime // 56 Money - buying, selling and paying // Notional concepts // 57 Number, quantity, degree and intensity // 58 Time // 59 Distances and dimensions // 60 Obligation, need, possibility and probability // 61 Sound and light // 62 Possession, giving and lending // 63 Movement and speed // 64 Texture, brightness, weight and density // 65 Success, failure and difficulty // 66 Containers and contents (e.g. box of matches, jar of jam) // Feelings and actions // 67 Belief and opinion // 68 Pleasant and unpleasant feelings // 69 Like, dislike and desire // 70 Speaking // 71 The six senses // 72 What your body does // 73 What animals do // Fixed expressions // 74 Idioms and fixed expressions - general (different types; advice on their use) // 75 Everyday expressions (e.g. as I was saying, that reminds me) // 76 Similes - as...as... / like... (e.g as white as a sheet) // 77 Binomials (e.g. odds and ends, spick and span) // 78 Idioms describing people (e.g. to have a heart of gold) // 79 Idioms describing feelings or mood (e.g. to be in a black mood, to shake in your shoes) // 80 Idioms connected with problematic situations (e.g. to take the bull by the horns) // 81 Idioms connected with praise and criticism (e.g. she’s streets ahead of the other girls, the world’s worst) // 82 Idioms connected with using language (e.g. to talk behind somebody’s back, to put in a nutshell) //
83 Idioms - miscellaneous // 84 Proverbs (e.g. Many hands make light work.) // Phrasal verbs and verb-based expressions // 85 Expressions with do and make // 86 Expressions with bring and take // 87 Expressions with get // 88 Expressions with set and put // 89 Expressions with come and go // 90 Expressions with look // 91 Miscellaneous expressions (with break, run, turn, let, etc.) // Varieties of English // 92 Headline English (e.g. boost, axe) // 93 US English (e.g. elevator, downtown) // 94 Other Englishes // 95 Slang (e.g. copper, bread) // 96 The language of notices (e.g. refrain, trespassers) // 97 Words and gender (e.g. waiter/waitress, chairperson, headteacher) // 98 Abbreviations (e.g. UN, OPEC, lab) // 99 New words in English // 100 Discourse markers (e.g. Right! Mind you!) // Key 202 // List of phonetic symbols 270 // Index 271

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