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New opportunities Pre-Intermediate Module 5 Celebration (English-English)
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the birth of a baby
the day when a baby is born
the day you were born it's remembered every year
a day or time when people celebarte something
finishing the school year
to come to the end of the school year
passing your driving test
to have a paper to prove you can drive safely
passing an exam
to get your certificate so that you can prove that you made it
the occasion or time when you stop working for money
a sports victory
to be succes ful in a sport competition
the New Year
to began a new year
the act or ceremony of getting married
winning an award/a prize
to win something because you have something very good done
your first job/salary
when you get your first job you get also your first salary
the man who helps a friend at his wedding and gives him the ring
a bunch of flowers (to be) carried in your hands.
a woman on her wedding day.
a girl or unmarried woman who helps a woman on her wedding day and walks behind her.
a set of actions during a formal event
a man on his wedding.
someone you invite to your home, party, etc.
a man who works in some Christian churches and leads the services
an offical who keeps records, for example of marriages and deaths
someone who preaches at the church
someone who uses a canoe
a hole under the ground or in the side of a hill.
a kind of canoe for one person
a large expensive house
to jump from a plane using a piece of equipment that has a round top part above ropes
the average level of the top of the sea that is used as the bottom level to measure the height of land
a long plant that grows near rocks in the sea
a system of machines that move chairs over land for skiers to travel up and down hills.
to jump out of a plane and then use a parachute to come down.
a vehicle with an engine but metal rods and not wheels that you can use to move across snow and ice.
to put on formal clothes
to meet others and make a group
put on (clothes)
to dress in clothes
to arrive somewhere
be late for lessons
to be not on time for lessons
bring mobile phones
to take your mobile phone with you
to put other shoes on with for example gymnastic
eat during lessons
to put food into your mouth and swallow it during the lesson.
go on class excursions
to go with the class on a short journey for pleasure
to give someone a kiss or kiss someone
listen to music during lessons
to listen a song during the lessons
to plan or arrage a disco
play music during breaks
to listen a song during your breaks
to breathe tin smoke from a cigarettes
tie long hair
to put your hair in a ponytail
use notes during tests
to uses your notes during the test that you have made in the lesson.
wear a uniform
to wear formal clothes
to wear jeans
to put make-up on your face
an occasionwhen you cook food outdoors over a fire or hot grill
unusual clothes that you put on for fun
to organise a party to warm a house in
to eat while you are sitting
some drinks that is very hot like, chocolate milk or cup a soup.
a sandwich, crisps, etc. that you eat between meals
any kind of cold drinks that does not contain alcohol, for example orange juice
to dress you informal
in a tidy and attractive way, often in formal clothes
wear formal clothes
to wear a dress or a suit with a tie.
wear casual clothes
to wear jeans, shirts, sport shoes, etc.
a high level of technology
to bring a bottle drink
to serve a bottle of drink
something that has separated into pieces
to give presents
to give a present to someone without getting any money
to listen to a speech
to listen to an other opinion
to make a speech
the act of giving your opinion
to play music
to produce music using an instrument
to sing songs
to use your voice to produce words to music
a musical instrument that is popular in Scotland: you play it by pushing air in a bag under your arm through pipes.
any food prepared using seeds from wheat, rice, etc. and eaten with milk for breakfast
a substance in food such as meat, butter, etc.
a small object that you can light and it explodes in the air with bright lights and colours.
the tradition in Scotland when someoneis first to came into a building or room at New Year and brings good luck
a traditional meal from Scotland made by cooking the inside parts of a sheep
a set of traditional dances in Scotland
a short traditionaal skirt worn by men in Scotland
the official set of rules, methods, etc. used to control how people must behave and the punishments for wrong behaviour.
the organ in your body on the right below your chest that cleans your blood
a parade of a groep describes people and things related to war
someone who writes for the hole country poems
the group of people elected to discuss things and make decisions about a country's or legion's laws, taxes, etc.
a piece of writing in a pattern of lines using words that produce ideas and feelings
the front of your body between your chest and your legs
2. the part inside your body where food goes to be digested.
tossing the caber
a traditional game in Scotland (paalwerpen)
a trunk of a tree (boomstam)
an official test to prove you can drive safely
bread that is produced at home and not in a factory
a telephone that you can carry with you and use anywhere
a baby who has just been born
a large white bear from the very cold northern regions
a large vehicle designed to carry people from A to B
a special dress a woman wears to get married
any game or sport you play on snow or ice in winter
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