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Unit English Word No.

n, v, Polish adj, Polski adv jeden, jakiś (przedimek nieokreślony)

English definition

Example sentence

4

a

one; every or each; used when saying how much of something there is

They left the party an hour ago; I need a new car; I run three times a week.

4

a lot of

dużo, wiele

a large number of things or people She’s got a lot of friends.

7

ability

n

umiejętność, zdolność

the skill or qualities that you need to do something

the ability to walk

9

accent

n

akcent

the way in which someone from a He had an American accent. country or area speaks a language

9

Ace!

Dobre!

a word used by teenagers in the 1980s to say something was very good something that you do, especially to enjoy yourself students who are very good at Maths are sometimes in a class where the lessons are more difficult

"I can come to the party tonight." "Ace!"

10 activity

n

czynność, ćwiczenie

The main activity on this holiday will be surfing. Albert is studying Advanced Maths – he's very intelligent!

2

Advanced Maths

n

matematyka dla zaawansowanych

10 adventure holiday

wakacje pełne przygód

a holiday in which you do a lot of Alex went on an adventure exciting activities, such as climbing holiday. rocks used to talk about a time in the past a place where planes arrive and leave, with buildings for people to wait in a lot of songs or pieces of music on a CD, a record, etc a long animal with short legs, a long mouth and sharp teeth, that lives in or near water every time, or at all times; at all times in the past; Forever They left the party an hour ago.

6

ago

temu

Start airport

n

lotnisko

Which airport are you flying from?

16 album

n

album

Have you heard their new album? She saw an alligator coming out of the river.

16 alligator

n

aligator

2

always

zawsze

I am always happy to see you; Have you always lived here?; I will always love him.

Start America

n

Ameryka

usually used to talk about the Washington is the capital of United States America. North America – the United States and Canada South America – Argentina, Brazil and Peru etc. Central America – Mexico, Guatemala, Costa Rica etc. coming from or relating to the United States of America someone who comes from the United States of America used instead of 'a' when the next word starts with a vowel sound She has an American accent.

Start American

adj

amerykański

Start American

n

Amerykanin / Amerykanka jeden, jakiś (przedimek nieokreślony)

We get a lot of Americans visiting in the summer. an apple

4

an

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16 anniversary

n

rocznica

a date on which you remember something that happened on that date one or more years ago slightly angry

a wedding anniversary

15 annoyed

adj

rozgniewany, poddenerwowany

I was annoyed with James because he’d forgotten my birthday. It’s so annoying when the train is late.

15 annoying

adj

denerwujący

making you slightly angry

5

answer

v

odpowiadać

to speak or write back to someone I asked her why but she didn't who has asked you a question or answer. spoken to you used in questions and negatives to Is there any cake left?; Can you mean 'some'; used to mean ‘one, pass me a knife? Any will do. but it is not important which one’

4

any

jakieś, kilka, żaden, (w pytaniach i przeczeniach)

11 Anything else?

Czy coś jeszcze?

said by a waiter or shop assistant to ask you if there is another thing that you want to order or buy

Would you like anything else with your food?

Start apple

n

jabłko

a hard, round fruit which is white inside and green or red on the outside the fourth month of the year

Apples are my favourite fruit.

Start April

n

kwiecień

In England it rains a lot in April.

Start Argentina

n

Argentyna

a country in South America

Gabriel Batistuta is from Argentina. Argentinian wine is very good.

Start Argentinian

adj

argentyński, Argentyńczyk / Argentynka Argentynka, Argentyńczyk fotel

coming from or relating to Argentina

Start Argentinian

n

a person who comes from Argentina

We get a lot of Argentinians visiting in the summer.

Start armchair

n

a comfortable chair with sides that Fred is tired, so he's sitting in you put your arms on the armchair. a school subject where you draw or She studied Art at college. paint to ask someone to come with you somewhere, such as a restaurant or café sleeping a regular meeting of all the students and teachers at a school I was too shy to ask her out.

2

Art

n

sztuka (plastyka, muzyka) zaprosić kogoś

15 ask somebody out

v

8 2

asleep assembly

adj n

śpiący zgromadzenie

The children were all asleep. We were all in morning assembly.

3

at the moment

w tej chwili, w tym momencie n lekkoatleta

now

I’m a bit busy at the moment.

6

athlete

someone who is very good at a sport and who takes part in competitions the sports which include running, jumping, and throwing to try to hurt someone or damage something

My brother was a real athlete.

2

athletics

n

lekka atletyka

She was good at athletics.

5

attack

v

atakować

The dog attacked him when he opened the door.
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14 attractive 8 audition

adj n

atrakcyjny przesłuchanie

nice to look at when someone does a short performance to try to get a job as an actor, singer, etc the eighth month of the year the sister of your mother or father, or the wife of your uncle the time of the year between summer and winter when leaves fall from the trees when a lot of snow falls down the side of a mountain not sleeping very bad a bag that you carry on your back

She’s very attractive. I did an audition but I didn’t get the part.

Start August Start aunt

n n

sierpień ciocia

Her birthday is in August. My aunt is staying with us.

Start autumn

n

jesień

I’m going back to college in autumn.

12 avalanche

n

lawina

He was killed in an avalanche.

8

awake

adj adj n

obudzony / rozbudzony straszny, okropny plecak

The baby is awake. The food was awful. I travelled around Europe with a backpack.

14 awful 10 backpack

4

bacon and eggs

n

jajka na bekonie

a meal in which flat pieces of meat We had bacon and eggs for from a pig are eaten with eggs breakfast.

12 badly

adv

źle

very much; in a way that is not good a type of dancing that is done in a theatre and tells a story, usually with music to make a rule saying that people must not do something a long, yellow fruit which is white inside

He his arm hurt badly; She plays the piano very badly. I love ballet.

1

ballet

n

balet

6

ban

v

zakazać

Smoking has been banned in restaurants. Most bananas come from South America or the Caribbean.

Start banana

n

banan

15 bank robber

n

przestępca napadający na bank koszykówka

someone who steals money from a The police are looking for a bank dangerous bank robber. a game in which two teams try to win points by throwing a ball through a high net; the large ball used in the game of basketball the thing that you sit or lie in to wash your body when a person or animal is born, they come out of their mother's body and start to exist used as a way of talking or writing about what you plan to do in the future to be able to do something well Michael Jordan is the most famous basketball player in history; A basketball is bigger than a football. Fred is in the bath.

6

basketball

n

Start bath

n

wanna

5

be born

urodzić się

She was born in Paris in 1980.

13 be going to

mieć zamiar

It's going to rain tomorrow.

7 6

be good at beat v

być w czymś dobrym tu: pobić (rekord)

He’s good at sports.

to defeat someone in a competition I can beat him at tennis.

Start bed

n

łóżko

a piece of furniture that you sleep on

I’m going to bed.

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10 bed and breakfast

n

(pensjonat oferujący) zakwaterowanie ze śniadaniem wołowina zacząć, rozpocząć za

a house where you pay to sleep in We stayed in a bed and a room and have food in the breakfast. morning the meat of a cow to start at the back of someone or something I had roast beef for dinner. College begins next week; I begin my new job in a month. Close the door behind you.

4 6

beef begin

n v

Start behind

Start Belgian

adj

belgijski

coming from or relating to Belgium They are Belgian flowers.

Start Belgian

n

Belg / Belgijka

someone from Belgium

We get a lot of Belgians visiting in the summer. Brussels is the capital of Belgium. I don’t believe he’s over 16; I don’t believe anything he says!

Start Belgium 3 believe

n v

Belgia wierzyć

a country in Europe to think that something is true, or that what someone says is true

2

belong to

v

należeć (do)

if something belongs to you, you own it (the superlative of ‘good’) better than any other (the comparative of ‘good’) of a higher quality or more enjoyable than something or someone else in the space that separates two places, people, or things; in the period of time that separates two events or times a vehicle with two wheels that you sit on and move by pushing two parts with your feet – also called bike large in size or amount; important or serious

Who does this bag belong to?

9

best

adj

najlepszy

She's one of our best students.

9

better

adj

lepszy

Jeff's better at Maths than me.

Start between

(po)między

The town lies between Florence and Rome; The shop is closed for lunch between 12.30 and 1.30. Is he driving to school today or going on his bicycle?

Start bicycle

n

rower

Start big

adj

duży

I come from a big family; Tonight's big game is between Real Madrid and Manchester United.

11 bill

n

rachunek

a piece of paper that tells you how Have you paid the electricity bill? much you must pay for something you have bought or used

2

Biology

n n

biologia urodziny

the study of living things the day on which someone was born, or the same date each year

She studies Biology at school Happy birthday, Emma!

Start birthday

13 birthday cake

n

tort urodzinowy

a cake that you have on your birthday to cut something using your teeth

Do you want a slice of birthday cake? She bit into an apple.

16 bite

v

(u)gryźć, kąsać, ukąsić

12 bitterly (cold)

adv

tu: okrutnie (zimno)

if it is bitterly cold, the weather is extremely and unpleasantly cold

It's bitterly cold in Siberia in January.

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Start book

n

książka

pages of paper together in a cover I’m reading such a good book; for people to read; a set of pages Let me write that in my address fastened together in a cover and book. used for writing on a shop that sells books World of Books is the best bookshop in Cambridge.

Start bookshop

n

księgarnia

15 bored

adj

znudzony

feeling tired and unhappy because I'm bored with doing homework. you are not interested not interesting or exciting He has a very boring job.

9

boring

adj v

nudny skłonić się, ukłonić się

14 bow

to bend your body forward in order The actors all bowed after the to show respect or to thank an performance. audience not afraid of dangerous or difficult situations a country in South America coming from or relating to Brazil someone from Brazil You’re very brave to get on a horse of that size! Ronaldo is from Brazil It’s Brazilian coffee. We get a lot of Brazilians visiting in the summer. Would you like a slice of bread?

15 brave

adj

dzielny

Start Brazil Start Brazilian Start Brazilian

n adj n

Brazylia brazylijski Brazylijczyk / Brazylijka

4

bread

n

chleb

a basic food made by mixing flour and water and then baking it

2

break

n

przerwa

when you stop an activity for a short time, usually to rest or to eat

Time for a coffee break.

12 break

v

tu: zerwać się, przerwać to separate into two or more (o linach) pieces, or to make something separate into two or more pieces pobić rekord to do something faster, better, etc than anyone else the food you eat in the morning after you wake up very good the island in Europe containing England, Wales and Scotland coming from or relating to The United Kingdom

The plate fell on the floor and broke.

16 break a record

v

He broke the world record for the 200m. She had breakfast in bed this morning. We saw a brilliant film. London is the capital of Britain.

4

breakfast

n

śniadanie

14 brilliant Start Britain

adj n

znakomity, błyskotliwy (Wielka) Brytania

Start British

adj

brytyjski

The Beatles were a British group.

Start British

n

Brytyjczyk / Brytyjka

a group of people coming from The The British drink a lot of tea. United Kingdom a boy or man who has the same parents as you to make a house I have an older brother.

Start brother

n

brat

16 build a house

zbudować dom

It's cheaper to build a house than to buy one, but it's a lot of work.

15 burn

v

płonąć, palić się

to destroy something with fire, or to I burnt all his letters. be destroyed by fire to use energy when you do an activity Swimming helps you burn a lot of calories.

4

burn calories

spalać (o kaloriach)

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7

business person

n

przedsiębiorca, człowiek a person who works in business, interesu usually with an important job in a company kupić

The hotel is mainly used by business people.

3

buy

v

to get something by paying money I went to the shop to buy some for it milk. a small restaurant where you can buy drinks and small meals to telephone someone Let’s meet in the café.

Start café

n

kawiarnia

6

call

v

dzwonić

He called me every night while he was away. She has a very calm manner.

15 calm 4 calorie

adj n

spokojny kaloria

relaxed and not worried or angry

a unit for measuring the amount of I try to eat no more than 2000 energy food provides calories a day. when you stay in a tent for a holiday an area where people can stay in tents for a holiday a country in North America We're going camping in France this summer. We stayed on a really nice campsite. Toronto is the biggest city in Canada.

10 camping

n

kamping

10 campsite

n

pole namiotowe

Start Canada

n

Kanada

Start Canadian

adj

kanadyjski

coming from or relating to Canada We flew over the Canadian mountains.

Start Canadian

n

Kanadyjczyk / Kanadyjka someone who comes from Canada We get a lot of Canadians visiting in the Summer. barka a thin boat which is used for travelling on canals Some people live in canal boats, because it's cheaper than buying a house. We are going canoeing in Scotland this summer. I can’t stand his mother. She goes to work by car.

10 canal boat

n

10 canoeing

n

kajakarstwo

the activity of travelling in a canoe

15 can't stand Start car

v n

nie móc znieść samochód

to hate something or someone a vehicle with an engine and four wheels

1

care

v

dbać, opiekować się, troszczyć się

to think that something is important He cares about the environment. and to feel interested in it

12 carefully

adv

starannie, ostrożnie

with a lot of attention so that you do not make a mistake a long, thin orange vegetable that grows in the ground to do something nice because it is a special day, or because something good has happened

She drives very carefully.

4

carrot

n

marchewka

My horse likes eating carrots.

13 celebrate

v

obchodzić, celebrować

I think we should celebrate the end of the exams.

4

cereal

n

płatki zbożowe (na śniadanie), produkty zbożowe, zboże krzesło

a food that is made from grain and I don’t like breakfast cereals. eaten with milk, especially in the morning a seat for one person, with a back and usually four legs to become different, or to make someone or something become different Here, take a chair.

Start chair

n

8

change

v

zmienić, zmieniać

She’s changed a lot in the last few years.

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16 charity

n

dobroczynność, cele dobroczynne

an organisation that gives money, He gives a lot of money to food, or help to people who need it charity.

3

Check it out!

Sprawdź(cie) to!

used when you have seen something interesting that you think someone else should look at too happy

There's a new disco in the centre of town. Let's check it out!

14 cheerful

adj

radosny

He seemed more cheerful yesterday. a chicken sandwich My dad has some chickens on his farm.

4 4

chicken chicken

adj n

kurczak kurczak

the meat of a chicken a bird kept on a farm for its meat and eggs

Start child

n

dziecko

a young person who is not an adult an eight-year-old child

Start children Start China

n n

dzieci Chiny

plural of child a country in Asia

Do you have any children? More than 1,000,000,000 people live in China. It’s a Chinese dog.

Start Chinese

adj

chiński, Chińczyk / Chinka chiński, Chińczyk / Chinka wybrać, wybierać

coming from or relating to China

Start Chinese

n

a group of people from China

The Chinese work very hard.

2

choose

v

to decide which thing you want

Have you chosen what you’re going to eat? Do you want to come to the cinema tonight? I spent the morning cleaning the house. The cat climbed down the tree.

Start cinema

n

kino

a building where you go to watch films to get the dirt off something

3

clean

v

sprzątać

5

climb down

v

tu: zejść ( z drzewa)

to go down something

5

climb up

v

tu: wspiąć się, wejść (na to go up something drzewo) wspinacz

The cat climbed up the tree.

12 climber

n

someone who climbs mountains or In 1952, the first climber got to the top of Everest. rocks as a sport if you close something, you make it Could you close the window? move so that it is not open

Start close

v

zamknąć, zamykać

Start clothes shop

n

sklep odzieżowy

a shop where you can buy clothes Benetton is my favourite clothes shop. when it is cloudy, there are clouds in the sky a comfortable bus used to take groups of people on long journeys It's a cloudy day – I can't see the sun. We went on a coach trip.

12 cloudy

adj

(po)chmurny

10 coach

n

autokar

10 coast

n

wybrzeże

the land next to the sea

The island lies off the North African coast. The roof collapsed under the weight of snow.

15 collapse

v

zawalić się

to fall down

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16 collect

v

kolekcjonować, zbierać

to get and keep one type of things as a hobby

She collects dolls.

16 collection

n

kolekcja

a group of objects of the same type A private art collection. that have been collected by one person or in one place to fall to the ground A lot of trees came down in the storm. He can't communicate with his parents. He works for a software company. Lots of people have complained about the noise.

5

come down

v

zejść

9

communicate

v

porozumiewać się

to tell people about something so that they understand you an organisation which sells goods or services to say that something is wrong or that you are angry about something

5

company

n

towarzystwo

16 complain

v

narzekać

1

computer

n

komputer

an electronic machine that can We've put all our records on store and arrange large amounts of computer. information someone whose job is writing computer programmes Bill Gates was a computer programmer – now he's a businessman. wildlife conservation

7

computer programmer n

programista komputerowy

3

conservation

n

ochrona np. przyrody, zasobów naturalnych konkurs

the protection of nature

8

contest

n

a competition

Pop Idol is my favourite contest on television. a game show contestant

8

contestant

n

uczestnik / uczestniczka someone who competes in a konkursu contest kontynuować, robić coś dalej to start doing or saying something again, after stopping for a while

8

continue

v

We'll have to continue this discussion tomorrow.

8

conversation

n

rozmowa

a talk between two or more people a telephone conversation

2

cook

v

gotować

to prepare food and usually heat it Who's cooking dinner tonight?

Start cooker

n

kuchenka

a piece of equipment used to cook an electric cooker food a word used by teenagers to say something is very good a line of hard rocks which you find in warm sea water without mistakes "Look at my new car!" "Cool!" There are coral reefs in the sea off Belize and Australia. Check that you have the correct information. She did a ten-week course in computing.

9

cool!

Bomba! Super!

3

coral reef

n

rafa koralowa

9

correct

adj

poprawny

9

course

n

kurs

a set of lessons about a particular subject

16 cow

n

krowa

a large farm animal kept for milk or There are lots of cows on my meat dad's farm. if a vehicle crashes, it hits something by accident The car skidded and crashed into a tree.

11 crash

v

rozbić się, zderzyć się

6

cream cake

n

kremówka

a cake, usually for one person, with You eat too many cream cakes. cream in it You'll get fat!
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8

create

v

(s)tworzyć

to make something happen or exist The project will create more than 500 jobs. to say that someone or something is bad He criticised the film for being too violent.

8

criticise

v

krytykować

Start cry

v

płakać

if you cry, water comes out of your I could see that she'd been eyes, usually because you are sad crying.

Start cupboard

n

szafka kuchenna

a piece of furniture with a door on the front which you use for putting things in a type of food from India, made of vegetables or meat cooked with hot spices something that a particular group of people often do

I put the plates back in the cupboard.

4

curry

n

curry (przyprawa)

Chicken curry is my favourite food.

14 custom

n

zwyczaj

It’s the custom for the couple who are getting married not to see each other the night before the wedding. They’ve cut down all those trees.

5

cut down

v

wyciąć

to cut something near the bottom so that it falls to the ground

6

cycling

n

kolarstwo

riding on a bicycle

I do a lot of cycling in my spare time. I love dancing.

1

dance

v

tańczyć

to move your feet and body to music something or someone that may hurt you if someone or something is dangerous, they could hurt you a period of 24 hours

15 danger

n

niebezpieczeństwo

Icy roads are a danger to drivers. a dangerous chemical

Start dangerous

adj

niebiezpieczny

Start day

n

dzień

I'm working only 4 days this week. I’m seeing him the day after tomorrow. I was just daydreaming about all the things I’d do with the money.

10 day after tomorrow

n

pojutrze

the day that will come after tomorrow to have nice thoughts about something you would like to happen the end of life

8

daydream

v

marzyć, śnić na jawie

16 death

n

śmierć

Do you believe in life after death? Her birthday is in December.

Start December 5 decide

n v

grudzień decydować

the twelfth month of the year

to choose something after thinking I’ve decided not to go. about several possibilities

7

dentist

n

dentysta

someone who repairs teeth

I've made an appointment with the dentist. You need a lot of determination to succeed. He's determined to win this match.

12 determination

n

determinacja

when someone keeps trying to do something that is difficult wanting to do something very much, and not letting anyone stop you to stop living

7

determined

adj

zdeterminowany

3

die

v

umrzeć

She died when she was 98.

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Start disco

n

dyskoteka

a place or event where people dance to pop music to be the first person to find something important

Are you coming to the disco tonight? Joseph Lister discovered antiseptic.

5

discover

v

odkry(wa)ć

Start dish

n

potrawa, danie

food that is prepared in a particular They do a lot of vegetarian way as part of a meal dishes. not honest I don’t think he was being dishonest with me. The competition was completely disorganised. Who’s going to do the cooking on holiday? I have to go to the doctor's for a check-up. I did a paper round when I was at school. She studied English and drama at college. It was dreadful news. I dreamt last night that Peter came to see me.

14 dishonest

adj

nieuczciwy

14 disorganised

adj

niezorganizowany

not planned or organised well

3

do the cooking

gotować

to cook

7

doctor

n

doktor, lekarz

a person whose job is to treat people who are ill or hurt to take newspapers to a lot of houses plays and acting

7

doing a paper round

rozwozić / roznosić gazety n kurs dramy, kółko dramatyczne okropny, straszny sen, marzenie

2

Drama

14 dreadful 5 dream

adj v

very bad to imagine things happening while you are sleeping

8

dream

n

śnić

things that you imagine happening I had a horrible dream last night; while you are sleeping; something It was his dream to become an that you want to happen although it actor. is not likely

Start dress

n

sukienka

a piece of clothing for women or girls which covers the top of the body and hangs down over the legs to make a car, bus, or train move, and control what it does to let something you are carrying fall to the ground boring not difficult to put food into your mouth and then swallow it

She was wearing a short, black dress.

1

drive

v

prowadzić

She's learning to drive.

15 drop

v

tu: opuścić

She tripped and dropped the plate. I found the film very dull. I found the exam very easy. Who ate all the cake?

14 dull 6 2 easy eat

adj adj v

nudny łatwy jeść

7

engineer

n

inżynier

someone whose job is to design, He’s a mechanical engineer. build, or repair machines, engines, roads, bridges, etc if you enjoy something, it gives you I really enjoyed the film. pleasure a group which tries to protect nature the things that are used for a particular activity Greenpeace is a famous environmental organisation. kitchen/office equipment

1

enjoy

v

radować się, czerpać z czegoś radość organizacja zajmująca się ochroną środowiska wyposażenie

5

environmental organisation equipment

n

6

n

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16 escape

v

ucieczka

to leave a place where you do not want to be each

The two killers escaped from prison last night. I think about him every day.

3 2

every exam n

każdy, każdego egzamin

a test of how much you know about I have an English exam something or how good you are at tomorrow. something very good That was an excellent meal.

6 6

excellent excited

adj adj

wspaniały przejęty, podekscytowany ekscytujący

feeling very happy and enthusiastic I was so excited to see him.

15 exciting

adj

making you feel very happy and enthusiastic activity that you do to make your body strong and healthy; a piece of written work that helps you learn something costing a lot of money

It was a really exciting game.

4

exercise

n

ćwiczyć

Swimming is my favourite form of exercise; For your homework, please do exercise 3 on page 24. She wears very expensive clothes. Both children have fair hair. She fell off her bike.

Start expensive

adj

drogi

Start fair hair 13 fall off

adj v

jasne włosy spaść

hair that is light in colour to suddenly go down and hit the ground known by many people

7

famous

adj n

sławny wielbiciel, kibic

She’s a famous actress.

16 fan

someone who likes and supports a You’re a football fan, aren’t you, famous person, sport, type of Gav? music, etc an area of land with buildings that is used for growing crops and keeping animals as a business Alan has a pig farm.

10 farm

n

farma

5

farmer

n

farmer, rolnik

someone who owns or looks after a farm

My dad is a farmer. He's got 500 cows and lots of chickens.

12 fast

adj

szybko

moving, happening, or doing something quickly your male parent

He likes fast cars.

Start father

n

ojciec

My father lived until he was 90.

Start favourite

adj

ulubiony

your favourite person or thing is the What's your favourite band? one that you like best the second month of the year to have an emotion or a physical feeling a boat that regularly carries passengers and vehicles across the water a story shown in moving pictures, shown at the cinema or on television a famous cinema actor or actress We’re going away in February. I felt so sad.

Start February 15 feel

n v

luty czuć

10 ferry

n

prom

a car/passenger ferry

Start film

n

film

Titanic was one of the most popular Hollywood films ever made. Who is your favourite film star?

7

film star

n

gwiazda filmowa

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final

adj

finał

last in a series or coming at the end of something

This is my final exam.

2

find

v

znaleźć

to discover something or someone I can't find my glasses and I've that you have been searching for looked everywhere.

Start fine

adj

świetny, dobry

well, healthy, or happy

"How are you?" "I'm fine thanks. And you?"

16 fingernail

n

paznokieć (u ręki)

the hard, thin part on the top of the Maria always paints her end of your finger fingernails red to complete something When I finish my homework, can I watch TV?

2

finish

v

skończyć, zakończyć

5

firefighter

n

strażak

someone whose job is to stop fires I'd like to be a firefighter. It burning would be a very exciting job. a small object that explodes and causes bright colours in the sky and loud noises an animal that lives only in water and swims a popular, usually cheap, meal in Britain consisting of fried fish and fried potatoes healthy, especially because you exercise regularly We watched an amazing firework display.

13 fireworks

n

sztuczne ognie

3

fish

n

ryba, ryby

Are there any fish in the pond?

4

fish and chips

n

ryba z frytkami

I eat fish and chips every Friday.

4

fit

adj

sprawny

He's very fit for his age.

Start flat

n

mieszkanie

a set of rooms to live in, with all the They live in a large block of flats. rooms on one level of a building

7

flight attendant

n

steward / esa

someone whose job is to look after I asked the flight attendant for a passengers on an aircraft drink of orange juice. to stay in the air, or move gently through the air to travel through the air in an aircraft with fog to move behind someone or something and go where they go a large area of trees growing closely together to not remember a type of car racing A balloon floated across the sky.

11 float

v

unosić się (na powierzchni) latać

1

fly

v

I'm flying to Delhi tomorrow.

12 foggy 3 follow

adj v

mglisty, zamglony tu: iść za kimś

a foggy day She followed me into the kitchen. a pine forest

5

forest

n

las

6 1

forget Formula 1

v n

zapomnieć, zapominać Formuła 1 (wyścigi samochodowe) ciastko z wróżbą

I forgot to call him. Michael Schumacher is a famous Formula 1 driver. My fortune cookie says I'm going to be rich and famous.

11 fortune cookie

n

a biscuit containing a message about your future, usually eaten after a Chinese meal a country in Europe

Start France 2 free time

n n

Francja czas wolny

Paris is the capital of France

time when you are not working and When I’ve finished my exams I’ll can do what you like have more free time. coming from or relating to France She speaks with a French accent.
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Start French

adj

francuski

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Start French &2 Start Friday

n

Francuz / Francuzka

people from France

The French make a lot of cheese.

n

piątek

the day of the week after Thursday She’s leaving on Friday. and before Saturday a large container that uses electricity to keep food cold cooked in hot oil or fat someone who you know well and like behaving in a pleasant, kind way towards someone when two people are friends Could you put the milk back in the fridge? a fried egg Sarah's my best friend.

Start fridge

n

lodówka

4

fried

adj n

smażony przyjaciel, przyjaciółka

Start friend

9

friendly

adj

przyjazny, przyjacielski

She was very friendly.

6

friendship

n

przyjaźń

They have a very close friendship. It frightens me when he drives so fast. She’s frightened of spiders. It was a very frightening film. Lots of big frogs live in the Amazon in Brazil.

15 frighten

v

przestraszyć

to make someone afraid or nervous afraid or nervous making you feel afraid or nervous a small, green animal with long back legs for jumping that lives in or near water a drink made from fruit

15 frightened 15 frightening 16 frog

adj adj n

przestraszony przerażający żaba

4

fruit juice

n

sok owocowy

Fruit juice is a very healthy drink.

Start funny & 14 9 further

adj

śmieszny, zabawny

making you smile or laugh

He told me a really funny story.

adj

dalszy

the comparative of far

Manchester is further from London than Cambridge. In the year 3000, people will live in other galaxies.

11 galaxy

n

galaktyka

a very large group of stars held together in the universe

2

Geography

n

geografia

the study of all the countries of the In Geography this week, we world, and of the surface of the learned about Global Warming. Earth, such as the mountains and seas coming from or relating to Germany someone from Germany It’s German wine.

Start German

adj

niemiecki

Start German

n

Niemiec / Niemka

We get a lot of Germans visiting in the summer. Berlin is the biggest city in Germany. A bridge is useful if you want to get across a river.

Start Germany

n

Niemcy

a country in Europe

13 get across

v

tu: przejść, przekroczyć, to move from one side of przedostać się something to the other side

2

get dressed

v

ubrać się

to put clothes on your body

I was just getting dressed when the phone rang. They must have got in through the bathroom window.

5

get in

v

wejść

to enter somewhere, especially a building or car

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get in touch with

v

skontaktować się z

to speak or write to someone, I must get in touch with Michael especially when you have not and arrange to see him. spoken or written to them for a long time to start to be someone’s wife or husband to move out of something, especially a vehicle to move out of your bed in the morning the spirit of a dead person which appears to people who are alive We got married last year.

11 get married

v

pobrać się

5

get out

v

wyjść

I'll get out when you stop at the traffic lights. I got up at 7.30 this morning.

1

get up

v

wstać

16 ghost

n

duch

Do you believe in ghosts?

12 give up

v

zrezygnować, zaniechać to stop trying to do something

Don’t give up playing the guitar – you’re getting better.

13 give up smoking

rzucić

to stop doing or having something, I’ve given up smoking. often so that you will become healthier if a bomb or gun or a firework goes A bomb had gone off in the off, it explodes or fires marketplace.

13 go off

v

tu: wystrzelić (o fajerwerkach), wyjść gdzieś (o rodzicach) kontynuować, trwać do ... chodzić z kimś

12 go on

v

to continue

You can’t go on working this hard. "Will you go out with me?" "No, you're too ugly!"

6

go out with

v

if someone is going out with someone else, that person is their boyfriend or girlfriend to move through water by using your arms and legs to get into a bed so that you can sleep to begin to sleep

2

go swimming

(iść) popływać

She goes swimming at the local pool. I usually go to bed around midnight. Babies often go to sleep after a feed. I want to go to university after school. Something's gone wrong with my computer.

2

go to bed

iść spać

8

go to sleep

iść spać

3

go to university

iść na uniwersytet, studiować źle się potoczyć

to study at a university

12 go wrong

to develop problems

6

gold medal

n

złoty medal

a small, round piece of metal given She won an Olympic gold to someone who has won a medal. competition if someone is good-looking, they have an attractive face a big, black, hairy animal, like a large monkey She’s a good-looking woman.

9

good-looking

adj

ładny

15 gorilla

n

goryl

I don't think gorillas should live in the Zoo – they should be free!

12 gradually

adv

stopniowo

slowly over a period of time

Gradually he began to get better. My grandfather was born in 1920.

Start grandfather

n

dziadek

the father of your mother or father

Start grandmother

n

babcia

the mother of your mother or father My grandmother lets me play computer games all day – she's great!
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4

grapes

n

winogrona

small, round, green or black fruit that grow in large groups

Grapes are my favourite fruit.

4

grilled

adj

grillowane

cooked by being placed under heat grilled vegetables

9

Groovy!

Kapitalne!

a word used by teenagers in the 1960s to say something was very good a number of people or things that are together; a few people who sing or play music together

Hey, look at your jeans – groovy!

8

group

n

grupa

She went camping with a small group of friends; a pop group.

9

guess

v

zgadywać

to give an answer or opinion about Can you guess how old he is? something when you do not know for sure a musical instrument with strings that you play by pulling the strings with your fingers a weapon that you fire bullets out of a man a round, flat piece of meat which you eat between round pieces of bread a handsome man is attractive an electric guitar

1

guitar

n

gitara

15 gun

n

broń, pistolet

The back robber took a gun out of his bag. What a nice guy! a hamburger and fries

1 4

guy hamburger

n n

facet hamburger

9

handsome

adj

przystojny

He was tall, dark and handsome.

12 hard

adj

tu: ciężko

with a lot of effort

She worked very hard but she wasn't quite good enough. It’s hard work studying for a degree. The trip cost so much it left me with hardly any money for presents. We hardly ever go out these days. He's always been hard-working.

3

hard work

n

ciężka praca

work that is difficult to do

7

hardly any

tu: żadne

very little or few

2

hardly ever

rzadko kiedy

almost never

7

hard-working

adj

ciężko pracujący, zapracowany nienawidzić

always working with a lot of effort

1

hate

v

to dislike someone or something very much to wash your body while you are standing under running water

They've hated each other since they were kids. I have a shower after breakfast.

13 have a shower

brać prysznic

6

have an argument

(po)kłócić się

if two or more people have an I heard my neighbours having an argument, they shout at each other argument last night. or talk angrily to have sons or daughters to have something They don’t have any children. They’ve got three children.

11 have children Start have got 7 have something in common have to v

mieć dzieci mieć mieć coś wspólnego

to have or do something that is the We both like reading so at least same as someone else we have that in common. if you have to do something, you need to do it or someone makes you do it I have to go to the doctor’s this afternoon.

7

musieć

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16 head

n

głowa

the part of your body above your neck which contains your brain, eyes, ears, mouth, etc. the person who controls a school

He fell and hit his head on the table.

2

headteacher

n

dyrektor/ka szkoły

Our headteacher is horrible!

4

healthy

adj adv

zdrowy tu: gęsto, obficie (o śniegu) ciężki helikopter

good for your health when it snows a lot, it snows heavily weighing a lot an aircraft which flies using long, thin parts on top of it that turn round and round very fast to make it easier for someone to do something

She has a very healthy diet. It snowed very heavily last night – 2 metres of snow! Those look like heavy bags. When I'm rich, I'm going to travel everywhere by helicopter.

12 heavily

Start heavy 1 helicopter

adj n

2

help

v

pomóc, pomagać

Thank you for helping me.

5

hero

n

bohater

someone who does something He’s a sporting hero of mine. brave or good which makes people admire them the activity of going on long walks in the countryside A word used by teenagers in the 1950s to say something was very good to pay money so that you can use something for a short time the study of things that happened in the past to touch something quickly and with force They often go hiking at the weekend. Hey, pink trousers – hip!

10 hiking

n

(piesza) wędrówka

9

Hip!

Ekstra!

10 hire

v

wynająć, wypożyczyć

They hired a car for a few weeks. He’s studying history at college.

2

History

n

historia

12 hit

v

uderzyć

She hit him on the head with her tennis racket.

16 hit

n

uderzenie

a very successful song, film, book, The film Titanic was a big hit. etc work which teachers give students Have you done your homework to do at home yet? sincere and telling the truth Be honest with me – do I look fat in this? I hope to see you in Paris. I go horse-riding most weekends.

2

homework

n

praca domowa

13 honest

adj

uczciwy

12 hope to 10 horse-riding

v n

mieć nadzieję jeździectwo

to want to do something the activity of sitting on a horse while it moves and controlling it

5

hospital

n

szpital

a place where people who are ill or He was in hospital for two hurt go to be treated by doctors weeks. and nurses very warm It's usually hot in Saudi Arabia.

12 hot

adj

gorący

Start house

n

dom, budynek mieszkalny barka lub łódź mieszkalna sprzątanie, prace domowe

a building where people live, usually one family or group a boat that people can live on

They have a big house in the country. I'd like to live in a houseboat.

10 houseboat

n

3

housework

n

the work that you do to keep your house clean

I can't stand doing housework.

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11 How embarrassing!

Jaki wstyd! Co za wstyd! something you say when someone You forgot his name in a has told you about something meeting? How embarrassing! which they did which made them feel ashamed Skąd mam wiedzieć? something you say when you do not know something “So where’s Jake gone?” “How should I know? He never tells me anything.” "The world is going to end tomorrow!" "I don't believe it!"

15 How should I know?

11 I don't believe it!

Nie wierzę!

said about something that is very surprising

12 ice

n

lód

water that has frozen and become Gerry slipped on the ice and solid broke his arm. a sweet food made from frozen milk or cream and sugar chocolate/vanilla ice cream

Start ice cream

n

lody

6

ice hockey

n

hokej na lodzie

a game played on ice in which two Ice hockey is a very dangerous teams try to hit a small hard object sport. into a goal using long sticks

Start I'd like… 8 idea n

Chciał(a)bym ... pomysł

used to ask for something a suggestion or plan

I’d like the tuna fish, please. "Why don't we ask Georgia?" "That's a good idea."

Start I'm fine, thanks.

Wszystko w porządku. Dziękuję.

said when someone asks “How are “Hi Joe, how are you?” you?” and you want to say that you “I’m fine, thanks. How are you?” are well the ability to create ideas or pictures in your mind to copy the way someone or something looks, speaks, or behaves someone who comes to live in a different country valuable, useful, or necessary The job needs someone with a little imagination. She’s really good at imitating people.

8

imagination

n

wyobraźnia

9

imitate

v

imitować, naśladować

12 immigrant

n

imigrant

America is a country of immigrants. My family is very important to me. There's milk in the fridge. It will be ready in three days’ time. It’s a vital piece of information. I am studying Information Technology, because I want to be a computer programmer. She’s a highly intelligent young woman. Sarah's only interested in boys and clothes.

9

important

adj

ważny

Start in 10 in three days' time

w za trzy dni

inside of a container or place during the next three days

3 2

information Information Technology

n n

informacja informatyka

facts about a situation or person the use of computers and other electronic equipment to send and store information able to learn and understand things easily liking something and wanting to give your attention to it

9

intelligent

adj

inteligentny

15 interested

adj

zainteresowany

14 interesting

adj

interesujący

keeping your attention and making I found the talk very interesting. you think a lot someone who designs and makes My uncle was a famous inventor new things – he made the world's first television.

8

inventor

n

wynalazca

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3

ironing

n

prasowanie

the activity of making clothes flat Laurie was doing the ironing. and smooth using an iron (=a piece of electrical equipment) an area of land that has water around it coming from or relating to Italy the Caribbean island of Grenada. Mozzarella is an Italian cheese.

10 island

n

wyspa

Start Italian

adj

włoski

Start Italian

n

Włoch / Włoszka

someone from Italy

We get a lot of Italians visiting in the summer. Italy is a beautiful country, but I don't like the food there. It’s nonsense – he would never have said that! a leather jacket We’re coming back in January.

Start Italy

n

Włochy

a country in Europe

11 It's nonsense

To nonsens. Absurd. Bzdura. n n żakiet styczeń

said when you hear or read something that is not true a short coat the first month of the year

Start jacket Start January

Start Japan

n

Japonia

a country consisting of a group of Lots of technology comes from islands near the east coast of Asia Japan.

Start Japanese Start Japanese

adj n

japoński Japończyk / Japonka

coming from or relating to Japan a group of people from Japan

It’s a Japanese car. The Japanese bow when they meet each other. a pair of jeans

Start jeans

n

dżinsy

trousers made from denim (=a strong, usually blue, material)

11 joke

n

żart

something which someone says to He told me a funny joke. make people laugh, usually a short story with a funny ending when you travel from one place to another a car/train journey

5

journey

n

podróż

8

judge

n

sędzia

someone who decides which the Olympic judges person or thing wins a competition

Start July

n

lipiec

the seventh month of the year

We’re going on holiday in July.

Start jump

v

skakać

to push your body up into the air using your feet and legs

I know you're not happy, but please don't jump off the bridge!

Start jumper

n

pulower

a warm piece of clothing which covers the top of your body and is pulled on over your head the sixth month of the year

a woolly jumper

Start June 10 kayak

n n

czerwiec kajak

She was born in June.

a light, narrow boat, usually for one "I like your canoe!" person, which you move using a "It's not a canoe, it's a kayak!" stick to not get angry or upset I tried to keep calm but it was hard. My Dad's very fat. He doesn't keep fit.

15 keep calm

v

zachować spokój

4

keep fit

v

utrzymywać kondycję

do exercises to make you stay strong and healthy

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12 keep going

v

kontynuować

to continue doing something

Even though you’re tired you have to keep going. I try to keep in touch with all my old school friends.

6

keep in touch with

v

utrzymywać kontakt, być to regularly speak or write to w kontakcie someone so that you stay friends

13 keep up

v

kontynuować

to continue

She was walking so fast I couldn't keep up with her.

5

kill

v

zabi(ja)ć

to cause someone or something to Sunday's bomb killed 19 people. die kind people do things to help others and show that they care about them to press your lips against another person's lips or skin to show love or affection to have information about something in your mind; to be familiar with a person, place, or thing because you have met them, been there or used it before Your mother was very kind to us.

14 kind

adj

umprzejmy

14 kiss

n

(po)całować

He kissed her cheek.

Start know

v

wiedzieć

"How old is she?" "I don't know."; I've known Tim since primary school.

1

land

v

(wy)lądować

when an aircraft lands, it arrives on We should land in Madrid at the ground after a journey 7am. a school where you can learn languages most recent I'm learning English at a language school in London. I saw him last night.

Start language school

n

szkoła językowa

6 2

last late adj

ostatni, zeszły późny

after the usual time or the time that I was late for work this morning. was arranged to smile and make a noise because you think something is funny someone whose job is to understand the law and deal with legal situations You never laugh at my jokes.

Start laugh

v

śmiać się

7

lawyer

n

prawnik

I want to see my lawyer before I say anything.

14 lazy

adj

leniwy

someone who is lazy does not like Get out of bed, you lazy thing! working or using any effort to get knowledge or skill in a new subject or activity the skin of animals that is used to make things such as shoes and bags to go away from a place or a situation a period of time when a teacher teaches people used in making suggestions I learned Russian at school.

1

learn

v

uczyć się

14 leather

adj

skóra

I’ve bought a leather jacket.

3

leave

v

zostawić, opuścić

I'm leaving work early this afternoon. The best way to improve your game is to take lessons. Look! There's Charlotte – let's follow her.

Start lesson

n

lekcja

3

Let's (follow her)

Chodźmy za nią.

Start letter

n

litera, list

a written message that you send to I got a letter from Paulo this someone, usually by post morning.

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Start library

n

biblioteka

a room or building that contains a lot of books that you can read or borrow to put something or someone in a higher position to enjoy something or think that someone or something is nice

I usually study in the library.

12 lift

v

podnieść

Could you help me lift this table, please? I liked her as soon as I met her.

1

like

v

lubić, podobać się

Start listen (to) &1 5 2 loads of … lonely

v

słuchać (kogoś, czegoś) to give attention to someone or something in order to hear them wielu, mnóstwo a lot of

What kind of music do you listen to? She’s got loads of clothes.

adj

samotny

sad because you are not with other She gets lonely now that the people kids have all left home. the sport of jumping as far as you can The world record for the long jump is almost 9 metres.

6

long jump

n

skok w dal

Start look at

v

patrzeć (na)

to turn your eyes to something or Look at me, Daddy! someone so that you can see them

1

look down at

v

tu: spoglądać z góry na, to use your eyes to see something She looked down at the city from oglądać z góry that is below you the top of the tower. wyglądać sprawdzić, sprawdzać to seem to be something to find information in a book or on the internet someone whose face and body is very like someone else making a lot of noise very attractive used when you are saying about something good that happened that prevented a problem having good things happen to you She always looks perfect. She looked the word up in her dictionary. a David Beckham look-alike

7 9

look perfect look up

v v

16 look-alike

n

sobowtór

12 loudly Start lovely 12 luckily

adv adj adv

głośno uroczy szczęśliwie

She talks very loudly. They have a lovely house. Luckily I had some money with me.

7

lucky

adj

szczęśliwy, mieć szczęście szalony

"I'm going on holiday." "Lucky you!" You're mad to walk home alone at night. I made a mistake and put an extra zero in the figure. I don't have many clothes. My birthday is in March. Will you marry me?

16 mad

adj

crazy

9

make mistakes

v

robić błędy

to do things that are not right and that cause problems a lot of the third month of the year to start to be someone’s husband or wife the study or science of numbers and shapes the fifth month of the year the food that you eat at one time

4

many n v

dużo, wiele marzec pobrać się, wyjść za mąż/ożenić się matematyka

Start March 9 marry

2

Maths

n

I was never very good at maths.

Start May 4 9 meal mean

n n v

maj posiłek

He died in May. We had a four-course meal in the hotel. What does 'perpendicular' mean?

znaczyć, mieć znaczenie to have a particular meaning

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meat

n

mięso

soft parts of animals, used as food I don't eat meat.

5

medal

n

medal

a metal circle given as a prize in a competition or given to someone who has been very brave

She got a bronze medal in the swimming.

16 middle-aged

adj

w średnim wieku

in the middle of your life before you A middle-aged couple walked in. are old It might be finished by Thursday.

15 might

v

mógłbym, mogłabym itp., used to talk about what will być może possibly happen mleko

4

milk

v

a white liquid produced by female a carton of milk animals, such as cows, for feeding their babies water which is taken from the ground and contains chemicals that are good for your health unhappy someone whose job is to wear clothes in fashion shows and be photographed for magazines the day of the week after Sunday and before Tuesday fizzy/sparkling mineral water

4

mineral water

n

woda mineralna

14 miserable 7 model

adj n

nieszczęśliwy, ponury, zbolały model / ka

I woke up feeling miserable. a fashion model

Start Monday

n

poniedziałek

I’m seeing her on Monday.

3

money

n

pieniądze

the coins or banknotes (=pieces of How much money have you got? paper with values) that are used to buy things one of the twelve periods of time that a year is divided into approximately four weeks the month that follows the next month – for example, if is now January, the month after next is March your female parent the first language that you learn when you are a child He’s starting his new job next month.

Start month

n

miesiąc

10 month after next

w kolejnym miesiącu

It's January now, so the month after next is March.

Start mother 9 mother tongue

n n

matka język ojczysty

a single mother Her mother tongue is English.

10 mountain bike

n

rower górski

a bicycle with thick tyres and lots of My parents are going to buy me gears (=things that help you to go a mountain bike for my birthday. faster or slower) someone who climbs mountains Edmund Hilary was the first mountain climber to get to the top of Everest, in 1952.

15 mountain climber

n

człowiek uprawiający wspinaczkę górską

16 mouse

n

mysz

a small animal with fur and a long, I've got a dog, but my friend thin tail Mark has a mouse. often or a lot She doesn’t help me very much.

4

much

dużo, wiele

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n

muzeum

a building where you can look at important objects connected with art, history, or science a small, brown plant with a round top, some types of which can be eaten as a vegetable

a museum of modern art

4

mushroom

n

grzyb

pasta with wild mushrooms

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n

sklep muzyczny

a shop that sells CDs or a shop that sells musical instruments

I bought my guitar in a music shop in New York.

13 must

v

musieć

used to say that it is necessary that The meat must be cooked something happens before you eat it. used when introducing yourself to someone else all the plants, creatures, etc. that exist in the world, which are not made by people not far away in distance or time a word used by teenagers in the 1970s to say something was very good needed in order to achieve something Hi! My name's Andrew. Nice to meet you! the laws of nature

Start My name’s …

Mam na imię ... / Nazywam się ... natura, przyroda

10 nature

Start near 9 Neat!

adj

przy, obok, blisko Świetne!

The school's very near here. You’re going to drive us there? – Neat!

7

necessary

adj

konieczny, niezbędny

Is it really necessary to give so much detail?

16 neighbour

n

sąsiad / ka

someone who lives very near you, Our next-door neighbours are especially in the next house always having parties.

14 nervous

adj

nerwowy

worried and anxious

I was so nervous in my interview. "Have you ever been to Australia?" "No, never." I need some new shoes; Their house is quite new.

2

never

nigdy

not ever

Start new

adj

nowy

different from before; recently made

13 New Year’s Eve/Day

Sylwester

31st December, the last day of the He’s having a New Year’s Eve year party. coming after this one We’re going on holiday next week. I was sitting next to Phillip. It’s a really nice town; He seems like a nice guy. "Hi Fred, I'm Andrew." "Nice to meet you!"

3

next

następny

Start next to 9 nice adj

obok miły

beside pleasant; kind and friendly

Start Nice to meet you.

Miło mi (Pana / Panią / cię) poznać. Nie ma sprawy.

said when you meet someone for the first time

15 No big deal.

said to mean that something is not "Sorry I can't come to the a problem cinema with you tonight." "Don't worry, it's no big deal"

15 No way!

Nie ma mowy!

certainly not

"Would you invite him to a party?" "No way!"

11 nonsense

n

nonsens, bzdura

something that someone has said or written that is silly and not true

She talks such nonsense sometimes.

9 5

normal North Pole

adj n

normalny Biegun Północny

usual and ordinary the point on the Earth’s surface which is furthest north the eleventh month of the year

We lead a fairly normal life. One day I'm going to walk to the North Pole. She’s leaving in November.
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Start November

n

listopad

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3

now

teraz

at the present time; immediately

She's finished her degree and now she teaches English; Come on, Andreas, we're going home now. The nurse came to take my temperature. She’ll be eighteen in October. I often see her there.

7

nurse

n

pielęgniarz / pielęgniarka someone whose job is to care for people who are ill and hurt październik często stary the tenth month of the year many times

Start October 2 3 often old

n

having lived or existed for a long She’s an old woman now; How time; used to describe or ask about old are you? someone's age a set of international sports competitions that happen once every four years a food made with eggs that have been mixed and fried, often with other foods added on a surface of something riding a horse The next Olympic Games will be China.

6

Olympic Games

n

Olimpiada, Igrzyska Olimpijskie

4

omelette

n

omlet

a cheese omelette

Start on 10 on horseback

na na koniu, konno

She put the cake on the table. There were police on horseback there. I go round to see him once a week. One day, I came home to find my windows broken. I like onions in my salad.

2

once (a week)

raz (w tygodniu)

on one day of the week

5

one day

pewnego dnia

used to talk about something that happened in the past a round vegetable with layers that has a strong taste and smell

4

onion

n

cebula

Start open

v

otworzyć, otwierać

to put something in a position that is not closed a round, sweet fruit with a thick skin and a lot of juice to ask for food, goods, etc. not special or different in any way

Could you open the window, please? orange juice

Start orange

n

pomarańcza

4 7

order ordinary

v adj

zamawiać zwykły

I’ve just ordered the drinks. I was just wearing my ordinary clothes. She’s busy organising the wedding. My secretary is very organised.

3

organise

v

(z)organizować

to plan and arrange something

14 organised

adj

zorganizowany

planning things well

15 overturn

v

wywrócić się, przewrócić if something overturns or if you się overturn something, it turns over onto its top or onto its side z nadwagą too fat

She overturned her car in the accident.

4

overweight

adj

He's still a few pounds overweight. I learned to paint in Italy.

Start paint

v

malować

to produce a picture of something or someone using paint

8

painter

n

malarz

someone who paints pictures

Picasso wasn't a bad painter.

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12 painting

n

obraz, malowidło

a picture that someone has painted I’ve put a couple of paintings up in the bedroom. thin, flat material used for writing on, etc. Could I have a piece of paper?

8

paper

n

papier

15 parachute jumper

n

skoczek spadachronowy A person who jumps put of a plane, I’d hate to jump out of a plane – with a piece of cloth that fills with what if my parachute didn’t air attached to him/her to help open? him/her fall more slowly rodzic park your mother or father a large area of grass, often in a town, where people can walk and enjoy themselves a tropical bird with colourful feathers traditional food from Italy made from flour and water that gets soft when you cook it in water Her parents live in Oxford. We went for a walk in the park.

Start parent Start park

n n

16 parrot

n

papuga

My parrot can talk.

4

pasta

n

makaron

Spaghetti's my favourite pasta.

9

penfriend

n

przyjaciel / przyjaciółka korespondencyjny / a

a person that you often write to and I've got a penfriend in Scotland, get letters from, often someone called James. who you have not met exactly right for someone or something to use the phone to speak to someone the activity or job of taking photographs classes at school where children do exercise and play sport You'd be perfect for the job.

7

perfect

adj

doskonały

5

phone

v

telefonować

I tried to phone her last night, but she was out. She studied photography at college. Physical Education is my favourite subject at school, especially when we play football.

2

photography

n

fotografia

2

Physical Education

n

wychowanie fizyczne

2

Physics

n

fizyka

the scientific study of natural forces, such as energy, heat and light to lift someone or something by using your hands

Albert Einstein was good at Physics.

5

pick up

v

podnieść

The baby started to cry so she picked her up.

Start picture

n

obraz

a drawing, painting, or photograph She painted a picture. of something or someone

1

pilot

n

pilot

someone who flies an aircraft

Pilots have a great life. They travel a lot and have lots of money. Italians eat a lot of pizza.

Start pizza

n

pizza

a food made from a flat, round piece of bread covered with cheese, vegetables, etc and cooked

5

plan

n

plan

an arrangement for something that Have you got any holiday plans? you intend to do to think about and decide what you We're just planning our holidays. are going to do or how you are going to do something

5

plan

v

planować

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11 planet

n

planeta

a large, round object in space that moves around the sun or another star when you play a sport or game, you take part in it

Jupiter is the largest planet of our solar system.

Start play

v

grać

You play tennis, don't you Sam?

1

play computer games

v

grać w gry komputerowe play games on a computer, / na komputerze Playstation etc

Henry loves his Playstation. He spends hours playing computer games. Julian spent his pocket money on ice cream and sweets. Poland is a big country next to Germany.

7

pocket money

n

kieszonkowe

an amount of money given regularly to a child by its parents a country in Europe

Start Poland

n

Polska

5

polar bear

n

niedźwiedź polarny

a large, white bear that lives in the Polar bears look nice, but if you North Pole (=most northern part of get too close to one, it will eat the Earth) you! a man who is a member of the police (=organisation that makes people obey the law) coming from or relating to Poland There is a lot of crime, so we need more policemen.

Start policeman &7

n

policjant

Start Polish

adj

polski, Polak / Polka

We flew over the Polish mountains.

12 politics

n

polityka

ideas and activities relating to how Politics had never interested a country or area is governed him.

16 poor

adj

biedny

having too little money

Most of these people are very poor.

8

pop idol

n

idol muzyki pop

someone who is famous for Justin Timberlake is my favourite singing or playing the type of music pop idol at the moment. that young people like modern music which is liked by young people I love most pop music – especially Coldplay and Tatu.

1

pop music

n

muzyka pop

8

pop star

n

gwiazda muzyki pop

someone who is famous for I'm going to be a pop star one singing or playing the type of music day, just like my cousin, Jennifer that young people like Lopez. liked by many people "Jack" was the most popular boy's name in that year.

6

popular

adj

popularny

Start post office

n

poczta

a place where you can buy stamps I hate going to the post office to and send letters and parcels buy stamps.

10 postcard

n

pocztówka

a card with a picture on one side Send me a postcard from your that you send without an envelope holidays.

4

potato

n

ziemniak

a round vegetable which is white inside and grows in the ground

boiled/fried potatoes

6

pour

v

nalać, nalewać

to make a liquid flow from or into a I poured the milk into a jug. container to often repeat something in order to improve your ability How often do you practice the piano?

9

practise

v

ćwiczyć

Start prefer

v

woleć

to like someone or something more I prefer dogs to cats. than another person or thing

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present

n

prezent

something that you give to someone, usually for a special occasion

a birthday/wedding present

3

project

n

projekt

a piece of school work that We're doing a class project on involves detailed study of a subject the environment.

9

pronounce

v

wymawiać

to make the sound of a letter or word how words are pronounced

How do you pronounce his name? Mario's English pronunciation is excellent.

9

pronunciation

n

wymowa

3

protect

v

chronić

to keep someone or something It's important to protect your skin safe from something dangerous or from the sun. bad to remove teeth from the head The dentist is going to pull out 6 of my teeth tomorrow. She gave him a little push towards the door.

7

pull out (teeth)

v

wyr(y)wać zęby

6

push

v

pchać

when you move someone or something by pressing them with your hands or body to place someone or something that you are holding onto the floor or a table to get dressed

5

put down

v

odłożyć

She put her books down on the desk.

5

put on

v

włożyć

She got dressed so quickly that she put her jumper on the wrong way. Can you help me put this picture up? I joined the queue.

3

put up

v

tu: rozwieszać (lampki w to put a picture on a wall ogrodzie) kolejka a row of people waiting for something

14 queue

n

6

quick

adj

szybki

doing something fast or taking only I tried to catch him but he was a short time too quick for me. making little or no noise Can you be quiet, please? We're trying to work. "Don't worry," she said quietly.

2

quiet

adj

cichy

12 quietly

adv

cicho

making little or no noise

16 rabbit

n

królik

a small animal with fur and long ears that lives in a hole in the ground

I love rabbits. I want my parents to buy me one.

1

race

n

wyścig

a competition in which people run, a car race ride, drive, etc against each other in order to see who is the fastest

15 racing driver

n

kierowca rajdowy

someone who drives a car in a car Michael Schumacher is a great race racing driver, but I don't like him.

2

rain

v

padać (o deszczu)

if it rains, water falls from the sky in It rains a lot in Britain small drops water that falls from the sky in small drops to collect money from lots of people I got caught in the rain.

12 rain

n

deszcz

16 raise money

v

zgromadzic / zebrać pieniądze

We’re raising money for charity.

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12 reach

v

dotrzeć

to arrive somewhere

We won't reach Miami till five or six o'clock. What was the last book you read? Give me a call when you're ready. I didn’t recognise her with her new haircut.

Start read

v

czytać

to look at words and understand what they mean prepared for doing something

3

ready

adj

gotowy

15 recognise

v

rozpoznać

to know someone or something because you have seen them before to store sounds or pictures using electronic equipment so that you can listen to them or see them again the best, biggest, longest, tallest, etc to become happy and calm because nothing is worrying you feeling happy and calm because nothing is worrying you

13 record

v

zapisać

They’re recording a new album.

16 record

n

rekord

He broke the world record for long jump I find it difficult to relax.

11 relax

v

odpocząć, odprężyć się

14 relaxed

adj

rozluźniony

She seemed relaxed and in control of the situation.

3

remember

v

pamiętać

if you remember a fact or I can't remember his name. something from the past, you keep it in your mind to answer "I don't understand," she replied.

14 reply

v

odpowiedzieć

5

reporter

n

reporter

someone whose job is to discover My Dad is a reporter. He works information about news events and for the most important describe them on television, radio, newspaper in England. or in a newspaper

3

research

n

badanie, praca badawcza

when someone studies a subject in She’s doing research into detail in order to discover new language development. information a promise to yourself to do something My New Year's resolution is to do more exercise.

13 resolution

n

postanowienie

4

restaurant

n

restauracja

a place where you can buy and eat I know a nice little Italian a meal restaurant near there. small grains from a plant that are cooked and eaten having a lot of money People eat a lot of rice in China, Japan and India. She's the third richest woman in Britain. I ride my bike to work.

4

rice

n

ryż

7

rich

adj

bogaty

1

ride

v

jeździć konno

to travel by sitting on a horse, bicycle, or motorcycle and controlling it if something rings, it makes the sound of a bell a long area of water that flows across the land and into a sea, lake, or another river meat from a cow which is cooked in an oven

6

ring

v

dzwonić

The phone's ringing.

Start river

n

rzeka

the River Thames

4

roast beef

n

pieczeń wołowa

My family eat roast beef for lunch every Sunday.

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12 rope

n

lina

very thick string made from twisted Charlotte climbed the tree using thread a rope. behaving in a way which is not polite and upsets other people a flat, straight stick which is used to measure things I hope you’re not rude to your teacher. My art teacher says "don't use a ruler for drawing pictures" .

14 rude

adj

niegrzeczny

Start ruler

n

linijka

Start run

v

biec, biegać

to move on your feet at a faster speed than walking a country in Europe

He can run very fast.

Start Russia

n

Rosja

Russia is the biggest country in the world. I collect Russian dolls.

Start Russian

adj

rosyjski

coming from or relating to Russia

Start Russian

n

Rosjanin / Rosjanka

someone from Russia

We get a lot of Russians visiting in the summer. I feel safe when I'm with you. They go sailing at the weekends.

6

safe

adj n

bezpieczny żeglarstwo

not in danger or likely to be hurt a sport using boats with sails

10 sailing

4

salad

n

sałatka

a cold mixture of vegetables that have not been cooked a substance that is found on beaches which is made from very small grains of rock two slices of bread with meat, cheese, etc between them the day of the week after Friday and before Sunday a hot or cold liquid that you put on food to add flavour to stop someone or something from being killed or destroyed

I made a big salad for lunch.

8

sand

n

piasek

a grain of sand

4

sandwich

n

kanapka

a cheese/tuna sandwich

Start Saturday

n

sobota

I’ll see her on Saturday.

4

sauce

n

sos

a tomato/cheese sauce

5

save

v

oszczędzać

He was badly injured, but the doctors saved his life.

7

save up

v

zaoszczędzić

to keep money so that you can buy I’m saving up for a car. something with it in the future

Start scarf

n

szalik

a piece of cloth that you wear around your neck, head, or shoulders a big room in a school where everyone can come together

I always wear a scarf in winter.

2

school hall

n

korytarz szkolny, hall

We have lunch in the school hall. Science is my favourite subject at school – I love doing experiments with chemicals.

Start science

n

nauka, przedmioty ścisłe the study and knowledge of the structure and behaviour of natural things in an organised way

3 4

sea seafood

n n

morze owoce morza

a large area of salt water animals from the sea that are eaten as food, especially animals that live in shells

I'd like to live by the sea. Last year we went to Spain on holiday, and ate a lot of seafood.

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secretary

n

sekretarz / sekretarka

someone who works in an office, typing letters, answering the telephone, and arranging meetings, etc to notice people and things with your eyes to appear to arrange for something to go somewhere, especially by post the ninth month of the year

I'd like to be a secretary, because I like talking on the phone.

2

see

v

widzieć

We saw some monkeys when we were on holiday. She seemed happy. I sent him a letter last week.

16 seem 6 send

v v

wydawać się wysłać, posłać

Start September

n

wrzesień

The new term starts in September. She shares a house with Louisa.

7

share

v

dzielić się (czymś z kimś), podzielać rekin Ona jest / musi być szalona!

to have or use something at the same time as someone else a large fish with very sharp teeth

15 shark 3 She must be crazy!

n

My friend Kevin was eaten by a shark last week! said about someone who has done "Anna is going out with Ronald." something very silly "She must be crazy! He's so boring!"

Start shirt

n

koszula

a piece of clothing worn on the top I like your new shirt David. It part of the body, fastened with looks good with those pink buttons down the front trousers! a strong covering for the foot, often a pair of shoes made of leather a shop where shoes are sold "Hey! Nice shoes! Where did you get them?" "In a shoe shop" a book shop

Start shoe

n

but

Start shoe shop

n

sklep z butami

Start shop

n

sklep

a building where you can buy things

3

shopping

n

zakupy

the things that you buy from a shop Can you help me unpack the or shops shopping? continuing for a small amount of time used to say or ask what is the correct or best thing to do to say something very loudly to express a feeling so that other people are able to notice it a piece of bathroom equipment that you stand under to wash your whole body It was only a short visit.

6

short

adj

krótki

14 should

v

powinno się

He should go to the doctor.

Start shout 15 show

v v

krzyczeć pokazać

"Look out!" she shouted. He hasn't shown any interest so far. He likes to sing in the shower.

Start shower

n

prysznic

1

Shut up!

Zamknij się!

said to rudely tell someone to stop Stop talking please.....please talking listen to me.....shut up! UFO sightings have been reported in the area.

16 sighting

n

widzenie, when you see something that is zaobserwowanie czegoś rare or unusual

10 sightseeing

n

zwiedzanie zabytków

the activity of visiting places which a sightseeing tour of London are interesting the same in some ways although not in all ways The two houses are remarkably similar.
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2

similar

adj

podobny

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7

singer

n

piosenkarz / piosenkarka someone who sings

a jazz singer

Start sink

n

zlew

a bowl that is fixed to the wall in a Can you do the washing up kitchen or bathroom that you wash that's in the sink. dishes or your hands, etc in

Start sister

n

siostra

a girl or woman who has the same I have an older sister. parents as you the set of things that are the economic/political situation happening at a particular time and place the activity of moving using a skateboard Skateboarding is cool. I go skateboarding in the park after school.

15 situation

n

sytuacja

6

skateboarding

n

jazda na deskorolce

6

skiing

n

jazda na nartach

the activity of moving over snow Have you ever been skiing? wearing skis (=long thin things that you attach to boots) a piece of women's clothing that hangs from the waist and has no legs I'm going to buy a new skirt this weekend because I'm going to a party on Saturday night.

Start skirt

n

spódnica

16 sky-diver

n

spadochroniarz

someone who jumps from an aircraft and falls for as long as possible before using a parachute (=piece of cloth that fills with air)

My brother's a sky-diver. He says it's great fun, but a bit dangerous.

1

sleep

v

spać

to be in the state of rest when your We had to sleep in the car that eyes are closed and your mind is night. not conscious at a slow speed Could you speak more slowly, please? They live in a small apartment near Times Square. She smiled at me.

12 slowly

adv

wolno

Start small

adj

mały

little in size or amount

Start smile

v

uśmiechnąć się

to make a happy expression in which the corners of your mouth curve up

4

snack

n

przekąska

a small amount of food that you eat Do you want a quick snack between meals before you go out? a long, thin creature with no legs that slides along the ground the activity of swimming while holding in your mouth a snorkel (=tube that helps you to breathe) when soft white pieces of frozen water fall from the sky when the weather is cold a sport in which you stand on a large board and move over snow There are lots of very dangerous snakes in Australia. They can kill you. I want to go snorkelling and see lots of fish swimming in the sea.

16 snake

n

wąż

10 snorkelling

n

nurkowanie

3

snow

v

padać (o śniegu)

It snowed a lot last Christmas.

6

snowboarding

n

snowboarding

I think snowboarding is more fun than skiing.

1

So what?

No i co z tego?

said when you think what someone “Ellie won’t like it.” has said is not important “So what? I’m not interested in what Ellie thinks.”

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Start socks

skarpety

things that you wear on your feet inside your shoes

"Why are you wearing green socks? They look stupid!" "They were a present from my Grandmother." Can I sit on your sofa?

Start sofa

n

sofa, kanapa

a large, comfortable seat for more than one person someone who sings on their own and not with a group used to refer to part of a larger amount or number of something and not all of it

8

solo singer

n

solista

She won the award for best female solo singer. In some cases it's possible to fix the problem right away.

4

some

jakieś, kilka

2

sometimes

adv

czasami, czasem

on some occasions but not always He does cook sometimes, but or often not very often. someone who writes songs I think Elton John is a great songwriter. chicken/tomato soup

8

songwriter

n

autor piosenek

4

soup

n

zupa

a hot, liquid food, made from vegetables, meat, or fish something which you buy or keep to remember a special event or holiday the area outside the Earth

10 souvenir

n

pamiątka

a souvenir shop

11 space

n

przestrzeń (kosmiczna)

They plan to send another satellite into space. My uncle Robert is an inventor. He's making a spaceship at the moment.

11 spaceship

n

statek kosmiczny

a vehicle which can travel outside the Earth and into space, especially one which is carrying people a country in Europe

Start Spain

n

Hiszpania

In Spain it's always hot in summer. They are Spanish olives.

Start Spanish

adj

hiszpański, Hiszpan / Hiszpanka mówić

coming from or relating to Spain

9

speak

v

to say something using your voice

She speaks very loudly.

2

spend (time)

v

spędzić / spędzać czas

to pass the time doing a particular thing

I love spending time with him.

1

sport

n

sport

a game or activity which people do winter sports to keep healthy or for enjoyment, often competing against each other

2

sports club

n

klub sportowy

a place where you can do different My Dad wants to keep fit, so types of sport he's joined a sports club. someone who does a lot of sports I'm good at football and athletics. I'd like to be a sports person.

7

sports person

n

sportowiec / sportsmenka

Start sports stadium

n

stadion sportowy

a big place where sports are Wembley was the biggest sports played and people can watch them stadium in England.

Start spring

n

wiosna

the season of the year between winter and summer when the weather starts to get warmer to move to a vertical position from sitting or lying down

Spring is my favourite season, because I love flowers.

12 stand up

v

wstać, podnieść się

I'm so tired, I can't stand up!

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start

v

(wy)startować, zacząć, rozpocząć

to begin doing something; to begin He started smoking when he to happen was eighteen; The programme starts at seven o'clock. a building where trains stop so that Dad met me at the station. you can get on or off them

Start station

n

stacja

2

stay

v

zostać, pozostać, to continue to be in a place, job, he weather was bad so we zatrzymać się na nocleg etc and not leave; to continue to be stayed at home; They stayed in a particular state friends for many years. tu: przekroczyć (rekord) one of the movements you make with your feet when you walk to continue doing or using something to not continue; to prevent something from happening or someone from doing something a road in a town or city that has houses or other buildings to become stronger or make something become stronger someone who is studying at a school or university She took a few steps forward and then started to speak. I’ll stick to orange juice as I’m driving. Stop laughing – it's not funny; If she wants to go to Australia, we can't stop her. We live on the same street.

6

step

v

13 stick to

v

trzymać się czegoś / kogoś zatrzymać (się), zakończyć, przestać

1

stop

v

Start street

n

ulica

12 strengthen

v

wzmocnić

I do exercises to strengthen my leg muscles. a law student

Start student

n

uczeń, student

1

study

v

studiować, uczyć się

to learn about a subject, usually at I studied biology before going school or university into medicine. an area of knowledge studied in school or university achieving what you want to achieve; having achieved a lot or made a lot of money through your work a very sweet substance used to give flavour to food and drinks the season between spring and autumn when the weather is warmest a place where some American teenagers go during their summer holidays to do activities Chemistry is my favourite subject. If the operation is successful, she should be walking within a few months; a successful businessman Do you have sugar in your coffee? We’re going away in the summer.

2

subject

v

przedmiot

7

successful

adj

udany, zakończony sukcesem / powodzeniem

4

sugar

n

cukier

Start summer

n

lato

10 summer camp

n

obóz letni

Next summer I'm going to a summer camp in France.

10 sunbathing

n

opalanie

when you lie in the sun, wearing My favourite holiday activity is few clothes so that your skin will go sunbathing on the beach. brown the day of the week after Saturday We’re going out on Sunday. and before Monday bright because of light from the sun It was a lovely sunny day.

Start Sunday

n

niedziela

12 sunny

adj

słoneczny

Start supermarket

n

supermarket

a large shop that sells food, drink, products for the home, etc certain

We buy all our food at the supermarket. I'm sure that he won't mind.

7

sure

adj n

pewny deska surfingowa

10 surfboard

a long piece of wood or plastic that I love surfing, but I need a new you use to ride on waves in the sea surfboard.

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surfing

n

surfing

the activity of riding on waves in I'd like to live in California, so I the sea using a surfboard (=special can go surfing every day. board) a small piece of sweet food, often made of sugar or chocolate to move through water by moving your body the activity of moving through water by moving your body an area of water that has been made for people to swim in coming from or relating to Switzerland a country in Europe You shouldn't eat so many sweets – they're bad for your teeth. I learnt to swim when I was about 5 years old. I go swimming every week at our local swimming pool. Our school's swimming pool is 50 metres long. It’s a Swiss watch.

4

sweet

n

cukierek

Start swim

v

pływać

1

swimming

n

pływanie

Start swimming pool

n

basen, pływalnia

Start Swiss

adj

szwajcarski, Szwajcar / Szwajcarka Szwajcaria

Start Switzerland

n

They make a lot of chocolate in Switzerland.

Start table

n

stół

a piece of furniture with four legs, We sat at the kitchen table; The used for eating off, putting things table below shows the results of on, etc; a set of numbers or words the experiment. written in rows that go across and down the page to take a picture with a camera to do something although something bad might happen because of it to remove something I took a photo of the kids. This time I'm not taking any risks – I'm going to get insured.

Start take a photo 16 take a risk

zrobić zdjęcie zaryzykować

6

take away

av

zabrać

Take away my food, please. I'm not hungry. We have to take 10 exams every year at my school. I hope this aeroplane takes off OK – the weather's really bad!

7

take exams

zdawać egzaminy

to do an exam

1

take off

v

zdjąć

if an aircraft takes off, it begins to fly

6

take out

v

wyjąć

if you take someone out to the My parents took me out for my cinema or a restaurant, you go with birthday. them and pay for it to start doing a particular job or activity a hot, ready-to-eat meal that you buy in a shop and then eat at home a natural ability to do something I’ve taken up swimming every morning. We phoned for a take-away curry.

13 take up

v

zacząć robić, uczyć się

4

take-away

n

jedzenie na wynos

7

talent

n

talent

She showed an early talent for drawing. There's going to be a talent show at my school next week. I'm going to sing All The Things You Said by Tatu. He’s a very talented young musician. Have you talked to her yet? Help! There's a tarantula in the bath!

8

talent show

n

rewia talentów

a programme in which people try to show how good they are at singing, dancing, etc. by competing against other people showing natural ability in a particular area to speak to someone a large, hairy spider that is often poisonous

9

talented

adj

utalentowany

1

talk to

v n

rozmawiać (z) tarantula

16 tarantula

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tea

n

herbata

a hot drink that you make by pouring water onto dried leaves

The English drink tea with milk.

1

teach

v

uczyć, nauczać

to show or explain to someone how My dad taught me to drive. to do something someone whose job is to teach in a a history/science teacher school, college, etc a group of people who work a management team/a football together to do something or play a team sport together against another group of players someone who is between 13 and 19 years old The worst thing about being a teenager is all the exams we have to do. The telephone rang and she hurried to pick it up.

7

teacher

n

nauczyciel

6

team

n

zespół

6

teenager

n

nastolatek

Start telephone

n

telefon

a piece of equipment that is used to talk to someone who is in another place

3

television

n

telewizja

a piece of equipment in the shape Richard switched the television of a box, with a screen on the front, on. used for watching programmes

Start tell

v

powiedzieć, opowiedzieć to say something to someone, usually giving them information powiedzieć dowcip

He told me about his new school.

16 tell a joke

v

to tell someone a short story that is James is always telling terrible intended to make them laugh jokes – they just aren't funny!!

1

tennis

n

tenis

a sport in which two or four people Tennis is my favourite sport. I hit a small ball to each other over a think Andre Agassi is great, but net he's a bit old now. someone who plays tennis I think Serena Williams is the best tennis player in the world.

7

tennis player

n

tenisist(k)a

3

terrible

adj adj n

straszny przerażony test, klasówka, sprawdzian wiadomość tekstowa

very bad very frightened a set of questions to find out someone's knowledge or ability a written message, usually containing words with letters left out, sent from one mobile phone (=a telephone that you can carry with you) to another used to tell someone that you are grateful because they have given you something or done something for you said about something that is very surprising said when something is very strange

It was a terrible accident. I'm terrified of flying. a driving test

15 terrified Start test

6

text message

n

I send text messages to my friends when we're in class at school.

Start Thank you very much.

Bardzo dziękuję

"Here's £1,000." "Thank you very much!"

5

That's amazing.

To zadziwiające / nieprawdopodobne. To dziwne.

"My dog speaks French." "That's amazing!" "Laurie likes peas for breakfast." "That's weird!"

1

That's weird!

11 the best bit

n

najlepsza część, the most enjoyable part of najlepszy element, to, co something najlepsze

The best bit of the film was the ending.

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6

think

v

myśleć

to have an opinion about something or someone or to believe that something is true

Do you think it's going to rain?

3

this

ten, ta, to, tego

used to refer to the present period I’m meeting her this morning. of time or the one that comes next

2

three times (a week)

trzy razy w tygodniu

on three occasions during a period I have English lessons three of seven days times a week. to get rid of something that you do Now you’ve started your new not now need job, you can throw away all your school books. the day of the week after Wednesday and before Friday to make a place tidy He’s arriving on Thursday.

13 throw away

v

wyrzucić

Start Thursday

n

czwartek

3

tidy

v

posprzątać, uporządkować krawat

I’ll just tidy the kitchen.

2

tie

n

a long, thin piece of cloth that a If you work for a bank, you have man wears around his neck with a to wear a tie. shirt a large wild cat that has yellow fur with black lines on it a list of times when buses, trains, etc arrive and leave or a list of dates and times that shows when things will happen a piece of useful advice feeling that you want to rest or sleep making you feel tired bread that has been heated to make it brown I want a tiger, but parents say I can have a cat. a school timetable

16 tiger

n

tygrys

2

timetable

n

plan lekcji

14 tip 15 tired

n adj

tu: wskazówka zmęczony

gardening tips I'm too tired to go out tonight.

15 tiring 4 toast

adj n

męczący tost, grzanka

I’ve had a tiring day. a slice of toast

Start today

n

dziś

this day, or on this day; the period It's John's birthday today; More of time that is happening now or in young people smoke today than in the past. a bowl that you sit on or stand near Our toilet is green. when you get rid of waste substances from your body a soft, round, red fruit eaten in salad or as a vegetable the day after today I like eating pasta with tomatoes.

Start toilet

n

toaleta

4

tomato

n

pomidor

Start tomorrow & 10 14 touch v

jutro

It's my birthday tomorrow.

dotknąć, dotykać

to put your hand on something

You can look at them but please don't touch them. There are a lot of tourists in Cambridge. The train arrives at 2.45.

10 tourist

n

turysta

someone who visits a place for pleasure and does not live there a long, thin vehicle which travels along metal tracks and carries people or goods

Start train

n

pociąg

9

translate

v

tłumaczyć

to change written or spoken words We were asked to translate a list from one language to another of sentences.

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9

translation

n

tłumaczenie

something which has been translated from one language to another, or the process of translating to make a journey

I'm reading the Polish translation of Macbeth in school.

3

travel

v

podróżować

I spent a year travelling around Asia. There are a lot of trees in Canada.

5

tree

n

drzewo

a tall plant with a thick stem which has branches coming from it and leaves a small structure built in the branches of a tree that children can play in to attempt to do something

5

tree-house

n

dom na drzewie

We have a tree house in the garden.

5

try

v

(s)próbować

I tried to open the window but couldn't. We’ll be there on Tuesday.

Start Tuesday

n

wtorek

the day of the week after Monday and before Wednesday on two occasions during a period of seven days unpleasant to look at

2

twice (a week)

dwa razy w tygodniu

I play tennis twice a week after school. It’s an ugly city.

14 ugly Start uncle

adj n

brzydki wujek

the brother of your mother or My uncle George is a famous father, or the husband of your aunt actor.

Start under

pod

below something

She pushed her bag under the table.

3

understand

v

(z)rozumieć

to know the meaning of something I don't understand half of what that someone says; to know how he says; I don't understand someone feels or why they behave James sometimes. in a particular way

15 underwater photographer 14 unfriendly

n

fotograf robiący zdjęcia pod wodą

someone who take photographs of I'd like to be an underwater things that are in the sea or river, photographer – I think fish are etc. amazing! not friendly I didn’t want to appear unfriendly. She had a very unhappy childhood; Giorgio was unhappy with his test results. Eating too much is unhealthy.

adj

nieprzyjazny

3

unhappy

adj

nieszczęśliwy

sad; not satisfied

4 2

unhealthy uniform

adj n

niezdrowy mundurek

likely to damage your health

a school uniform a special set of clothes that are worn by people who do a particular job or people who go to a particular school everything that exists, including starts, space, etc. We are studying the universe in Physics.

11 universe

n

wszechświat

Start university

n

uniwersytet

a place where students study at a the University of Cambridge high level to get a degree (=type of qualification) slightly cruel I didn't tell her the truth because I thought it would be unkind.

14 unkind

adj

niemiły, nieuprzejmy

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unusual

adj

niezwykły

different and not ordinary, often in That’s an unusual name. a way that is interesting or exciting

Start USA

n

Stany Zjednoczone Ameryki

United States of America

I'd like to go to the USA – especially New York and Chicago. It’s useful information.

6

useful

adj

przydatny, pożyteczny

helping you to do or achieve something

2

usually

adv

zwykle, zazwyczaj

in the way that most often happens I usually get home at about six o'clock. an area of low land between hills or I live in a valley between two big mountains mountains. a plant that you eat, for example potatoes, onions, beans, etc I hate vegetables. I only eat meat.

10 valley

n

dolina

4

vegetable

n

warzywo

7

vet

n

lekarz weterynarii, weterynarz

someone whose job is to give My sister wants to be a vet, medical care to animals that are ill because she loves animals. or hurt to go to someone's home and spend time with them; to go to a place and spend a short amount of time there a game in which two teams use their hands to hit a ball over a net without allowing it to touch the ground someone who does work without being paid, especially work that involves helping people a man who works in a restaurant, bringing food to customers We have friends coming to visit this weekend; Did you visit St Petersburg while you were in Russia? I often play volleyball on the Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro.

5

visit

v

odwiedzić, zwiedzić

6

volleyball

n

siatkówka

3

volunteer

n

ochotnik

a Red Cross volunteer

4

waiter

n

kelner

My older brother is a waiter in an expensive restaurant.

8

wake up

v

obudzić się

to stop being asleep, or to make someone stop being asleep

I can’t wake her up.

2

walk

v

iść, spacerować

to move forward by putting one foot She walks to school. in front of the other and then repeating the action to hope to have or do something He wants a new car.

1

want

v adj

chcieć ciepły

12 warm

having a temperature between cool It's nice and warm in here. and hot clothes, sheets, and similar things that are being washed or have been washed, or when you wash these a machine that washes clothes I'm doing the washing this morning.

3

washing

n

pranie

7

washing machine

n

pralka

Our washing machine is broken, so all my clothes are dirty.

3

washing-up

n

zmywanie

when you wash the dishes, pans, He is doing the washing-up. and other things you have used for cooking and eating a meal

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waste time

v

tracić czas

to use time doing things that are not useful or enjoyable

I don't want to waste time learning German. I want to learn more English.

1

watch

v

oglądać, obserwować

to look at something for a period of I watched him as he arrived. time a sport that is done in or on water Snorkelling is my favourite water sport. I wear jeans a lot of the time.

6

water sport

n

sport wodny

2

wear

v

nosić

to have a piece of clothing, jewellery, etc on your body the day of the week after Tuesday and before Thursday a period of seven days not next week but the week that come after that

Start Wednesday

n

środa

It starts on Wednesday.

Start week 10 week after next

n

tydzień za dwa tygodnie

last week/next week We've got a big English exam the week after next.

4

weigh

v

ważyć

to measure how heavy someone or Can you weigh that piece of something is cheese for me? in a successful or satisfactory way I thought they played well.

12 well

adv

dobrze

1

What about her?

Co z nią ?

said after someone says someone "Let's talk about Charlotte." else’s name and you want to know "OK. What about her?" why they are interested in that person said after someone says someone "Let's talk about James." else’s name and you want to know "OK. What about him?" why they are interested in that person a chair with wheels used by someone who cannot walk Fred was in a bad car accident last week, and he's still in a wheelchair. You’re coming too? Wicked!

1

What about him?

A co z nim?

16 wheelchair

n

wózek inwalidzki

9

Wicked!

Wdechowe!

A word used by teenagers in the 1990s to say something was very good to get the most points in a competition or game, or the most votes in an election to get a prize in a game or competition

6

win

v

zwyciężyć, zwyciężać

Barcelona won the game 6–0.

16 win a prize

v

wygrać nagrodę

He won a prize of £500.

Start window

n

okno

a space in the wall of a building or Open the window if you're too vehicle that has glass in it, used for hot. letting light and air inside and for looking through a sport in which you sail across water by standing on a board and holding onto a large sail with a lot of wind someone who wins a game, competition, or election the season between autumn and spring when the weather is cold Windsurfing is great fun, but it's too cold in the winter.

10 windsurfing

n

windsurfing

12 windy 6 winner

adj n

wietrzny zwycięzca

It’s a windy day out there. the winners of the World Cup

Start winter

n

zima

We like to go away in winter.

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3

work

v

pracować

to do a job, especially the job you do to earn money; to do something that needs a lot of time or effort, or to make someone do this

Helen works for a computer company; I’ll have to work hard to finish my homework before 11pm.

13 work out a problem

v

rozwiązać problem / zadanie świat

to solve a problem

This maths question is too difficult – I can't work it out! The world is getting warmer every year. The world record for the 100 metres is 9.78 seconds.

3

world

n

the Earth and all the people, places, and things on it the best, fastest, highest, etc. that anyone has ever done, especially in sport more unpleasant or difficult than something else that is also bad; less well someone whose job is writing books, stories, articles, etc not correct; if something is wrong, there is a problem

16 world record

n

rekord świata

9

worse

adj

gorszy, gorzej

The exam was worse than I expected; He was treated much worse than I was. William Shakespeare was a famous English writer. It was the wrong answer; There's something wrong with my computer. I went to see the doctor yesterday. I went to see the doctor yesterday morning.

7

writer

n

pisarz / pisarka

9

wrong

adj

błędny

6

yesterday

n

wczoraj

the day before today

6

yesterday morning

n

wczoraj rano

in the morning of the day before today

4

yoghurt

n

jogurt

a thick, liquid food with a slightly a low-fat strawberry yoghurt sour taste which is made from milk

5

You can't be serious.

Chyba nie mówisz poważnie.

said when someone has said something that you are certain is not true having lived or existed for only a short time and not old said to someone who has done something good for you

"I am the son of Bill Gates and Jennifer Lopez." "You can't be serious!" young children/people

3

young

adj

młody

3

You're an angel!

Jesteś aniołem! Jesteś wspaniały/a!

"I'll do the ironing for you Mum." "Wow, thanks! You're an angel!"

10 youth hostel

n

schronisko młodzieżowe a cheap, simple hotel, especially Hotels are too expensive, so I for young people who are travelling usually stay in a Youth Hostel around when I'm travelling.

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