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  • Global Beginner Wordlist

    Global Beginner Wordlist PhoneticsPhoneticsPhoneticsPhonetics TranslationTranslationTranslationTranslation Sample Sentence

    Unit 1 address (n) *** /dres/ Adresse What's your address?

    Unit 1 And you? /nd ju/ Und Sie/du? "How are you?" "Fine, thanks. And you?"

    Unit 1 bank (n) *** /bk/ Bank This is the bank.

    Unit 1 book (n) *** /bk/ Buch This is a book.

    Unit 1 bus (n) *** /bs/ Bus This is a bus.

    Unit 1 cafe (n) ** /kfe/ Caf This is the cafe.

    Unit 1 camera (n) *** /km()r/ Kamera This is a camera.

    Unit 1 Can you ...? /kn ju/ Knnen Sie ... ?/Kannst du ... ? Can you repeat that?

    Unit 1 city (n) *** /sti/ Stadt Manchester is a city in England.

    Unit 1 coffee (n) *** /kfi/ Kaffee Two coffees, please.

    Unit 1 country (n) *** /kntri/ Land Russia is a country.

    Unit 1 drink (n) *** /drk/ Getrnk Coffee is a drink.

    Unit 1 eight (8) (number) /et/ Acht (8) The word "postcode" has eight letters.

    Unit 1 English (n) /gl/ Englisch Say a country in English.

    Unit 1 Fine. (adj) *** /fan/ Gut. "How are you?" "Fine, thanks."

    Unit 1 five (5) (number) /fav/ Fnf (5) The word "phone" has five letters.

    Unit 1 four (4) (number) /f(r)/ Vier (4) The word "book" has four letters.

    Unit 1 (I'm) from *** /(am) frm/ (Ich) bin aus ... Hi. I'm John. I'm from England.

    Unit 1 Great. (adj) *** /gret/ Groartig. "How are you?" "Great."

    Unit 1 Hello. (interjection) *** /hl/ Hallo. Hello. I'm Mario.

    Unit 1 Hi. (interjection) *** /ha/ Hi. Hi. I'm Pilar.

    Unit 1 hotel (n) *** /htel/ Hotel What's the name of the hotel?

    Unit 1 How are you? /ha ju/ Wie geht es Ihnen/dir? "How are you?" "Fine, thanks."

    Unit 1 I'm ... /am/ Ich bin ... Hi. I'm Jan.

    Unit 1 job (n) *** /b/ Job/Stelle "What's your job?" "I'm a doctor."

    Unit 1 letter (n) *** /let(r)/ Brief The word "book" has four letters.

    Unit 1 name (n) *** /nem/ Name "What's your name?" "Paul."

    Unit 1 Nice to meet you. /nas t mit ju/ Schn Sie/dich kennen zu lernen. "Hi Sasha. I'm Tom." "Nice to meet you, Tom."

    Unit 1 nine (9) (number) /nan/ Neun (9) The word "Liverpool" has nine letters.

    Unit 1 Not bad. /nt bd/ Nicht schlecht. "How are you?" Not bad."

    Unit 1 number (n) *** /nmb(r)/ Nummer "Ten" is a number.

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  • Global Beginner Wordlist

    Global Beginner Wordlist PhoneticsPhoneticsPhoneticsPhonetics TranslationTranslationTranslationTranslation Sample Sentence

    Unit 1 OK. (adj) *** /ke/ OK "How are you?" "OK."

    Unit 1 one (1) (number) *** /wn/ Eins (1) One coffee, please.

    Unit 1 passport (n) * /psp(r)t/ Reisepass This is a passport.

    Unit 1 phone (n) *** /fn/ Telefon This is a phone.

    Unit 1 phone number (n) * /fn nmb(r)/ Telefonnummer What's your phone number?

    Unit 1 place (n) *** /ples/ Ort A hotel is a place to stay.

    Unit 1 postcode (n) /ps(t)kd/ Postleitzahl My postcode is BL1 5ND.

    Unit 1 repeat (v) *** /rpit/ wiederholen Listen and repeat.

    Unit 1 seven (7) (number) /sev()n/ Sieben (7) The word "address" has seven letters.

    Unit 1 six (6) (number) /sks/ Sechs (6) The word "camera" has six letters.

    Unit 1 spell (v) ** /spel/ buchstabieren Can you spell that, please?

    Unit 1 taxi (n) *** /tksi/ Taxi This is your taxi to the airport.

    Unit 1 ten (10) (number) /ten/ Zehn (10) The word "Manchester" has ten letters.

    Unit 1 three (3) (number) /ri/ Drei (3) The word "bus" has three letters.

    Unit 1 two (2) (number) *** /tu/ Zwei (2) The word "Hi" has two letters.

    Unit 1 What's ...? /wts/ Was ist ... ? What's your name?

    Unit 1 word (n) *** /w(r)d/ Wort "Hotel" and "bank" are English words.

    Unit 1 zip code (n) /zp kd/ Postleitzahl The zip code is GA 30302.

    Unit 2 American (adj) /merkn/ amerikanisch Luis is American.

    Unit 2 Are you ...? /(r) ju/ Sind Sie ... ?/Bist du ... ? "Are you from England?" "Yes, I am."

    Unit 2 Argentina (n) /dntin/ Argentinien Diego is from Argentina.

    Unit 2 Brazil (n) /brzl/ Brasilien Carola is from Rio de Janeiro in Brazil.

    Unit 2 Brazilian (adj) /brzlin/ brasilianisch Carola is Brazilian.

    Unit 2 Britain (n) /brt()n/ Grobritannien John is from Britain.

    Unit 2 British (adj) /brt/ britisch John is British.

    Unit 2 Bye (interjection) *** /ba/ Tschss "Goodbye Carmen." "Bye."

    Unit 2 Canadian (adj) /knedin/ kanadisch Jean is from Vancouver. She's Canadian.

    Unit 2 car (n) *** /k(r)/ Auto I have a French car.

    Unit 2 China (n) /an/ China The students are from China.

    Unit 2 Chinese (adj) /aniz/ Chinese The students are Chinese.

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    Unit 2 dog (n) *** /dg/ Hund Rex is a police dog.

    Unit 2 Egypt (n) /ipt/ gypten Fatima is from Cairo in Egypt.

    Unit 2 Egyptian (adj) /dpn/ gyptisch Fatima is Egyptian.

    Unit 2 eighteen (18) (number) /etin/ Achtzehn (18) I'm eighteen.

    Unit 2 eleven (11) (number) /lev()n/ Elf (11) He's eleven.

    Unit 2 England (n) /glnd/ England "Are you from England?" No, I'm from Scotland."

    Unit 2 English (adj) /gl/ Englisch John is English.

    Unit 2 fifteen (15) (number) /fftin/ Fnfzehn (15) He's fifteen.

    Unit 2 fourteen (14) (number) /f(r)tin/ Vierzehn (14) She's fourteen.

    Unit 2 France (n) /frns/ Frankreich Nicole is from France.

    Unit 2 French (adj) /frent/ franzsisch Nicole is French.

    Unit 2 German (adj) /d(r)mn/ deutsch Klaus is German.

    Unit 2 Germany (n) /dmn/ Deutschland Klaus is from Germany.

    Unit 2 Goodbye (interjection) * /gdba/ Auf Wiedersehen "Goodbye, Ms Smith." "Goodbye."

    Unit 2 he (pronoun) *** /hi/ er Tomasz is from Poland. He's Polish.

    Unit 2 I (pronoun) *** /a/ Ich I'm from England.

    Unit 2 Is this ...? /z s/ Ist das ... ? "Is this your passport?" "Yes, it is."

    Unit 2 it (pronoun) *** /t/ es It's a French car.

    Unit 2 Italian (adj) /tljn/ italienisch Adriana is Italian.

    Unit 2 Italy (n) /tl/ Italien Adriana is from Italy.

    Unit 2 Japan (n) /dpn/ Japan Naomi and Hiroki are from Japan.

    Unit 2 Japanese (adj) /dpniz/ japanisch Naomi and Hiroki are Japanese.

    Unit 2 key(s) (n) *** /kiz/ Schlssel Where are my car keys? I want to go home.

    Unit 2 married (adj) *** /mrid/ verheiratet Chun Hei is not married.

    Unit 2 my (possessive adjective) *** /ma/ mein Where are my car keys?

    Unit 2 nineteen (19) (number) /nantin/ Neunzehn (19) Elisaveta is nineteen and she's a student.

    Unit 2 No (adv) *** /n/ nein "Are you Spanish?" "No, I'm not."

    Unit 2 our (possessive adjective) *** /a(r)/ unser Our postcode is M16 1A.

    Unit 2 Poland (n) /plnd/ Polen Tomasz is from Poland.

    Unit 2 police officer (n) /plis fs(r)/ Polizist/in Luis Ruiz is a police officer.

    Unit 2 Polish (adj) /pl/ polnisch Tomasz is Polish.

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    Unit 2 Portugal (n) /pgl/ Portugal Ronaldo is from Portugal.

    Unit 2 Portuguese (adj) /p(r)tiz/ portugiesisch Ronaldo is Portuguese.

    Unit 2 Russia (n) /r/ Russland Olga and Tatiana are from Russia.

    Unit 2 Russian (adj) /r()n/ russisch Olga and Tatiana are Russian.

    Unit 2 Saudi Arabia (n) /sd rebi/ Saudi Arabien Al-Mutasem is from Saudi Arabia.

    Unit 2 Scotland (n) /sktlnd/ Schottland "Are you from England?" No, I'm from Scotland."

    Unit 2 seventeen (17) (number) /sev()ntin/ Siebzehn (17) "Are you seventeen?" "No, I'm eighteen."

    Unit 2 she (pronoun) *** /i/ sie Mireille is from the United States. She's American.

    Unit 2 sixteen (16) (number) /skstin/ Sechzehn (16) "Are you sixteen?" "Yes, I am."

    Unit 2 Spain (n) /spen/ Spanien Pilar is from Madrid in Spain.

    Unit 2 Spanish (adj) /spn/ spanisch Pilar is Spanish.

    Unit 2 student (n) *** /stjud()nt/ Student "Are you a student, Elisaveta?" "Yes, I am."

    Unit 2 Thank you (interjection) *** /k ju/ Danke Thank you. Goodbye.

    Unit 2 Thanks (interjection) *** /ks/ Danke Thanks. Goodbye.

    Unit 2 they (pronoun) *** /e/ sie Naomi and Hiroki are from Tokyo. They're Japanese.

    Unit 2 thirteen (13) (number) /(r)tin/ Dreizehn (13) He's thirteen.

    Unit 2 twelve (12) (number) /twelv/ Zwlf (12) She's twelve.

    Unit 2 twenty (20) (number) /twenti/ Zwanzig (20) He's twenty and he's a student.

    Unit 2 United States (n) /junatd stets/ USA He's from the United States. He's American.

    Unit 2 we (pronoun) *** /wi/ wir Hello! We are Olga and Tatiana. We're Russian.

    Unit 2 Where? (question word) *** /we(r)/ wo? Where are you from?

    Unit 2 Yes (adv) *** /jes/ Ja "Are you married?" "Yes, I am."

    Unit 2 you (pronoun) *** /weak j, weak j, strong ju/ du Where are you from?

    Unit 2 your (possessive adjective) *** /weak j(r), strong j(r)/ dein What's your name?

    Unit 3 aunt (n) *** /nt/ Tante My aunt and uncle live in New York.

    Unit 3 Australia (n) /streli/ Australien Sydney is a city in Australia.

    Unit 3 Australian (adj) /strelin/ australisch She is married to an Australian guy.

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