A1 m01.txt

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  1. „get” Where did you get that shirt?
    - wziąć
  2. „column” Write your name in this column and your age in that column.
    - kolumna
  3. „object” There are five objects on the table.
    - przedmiot
  4. „bag” This is my school bag.
    - torba
  5. „box” Cereal comes in boxes.
    - pudełko
  6. „CD player” I listen to music on my CD player.
    - odtwarzacz CD
  7. „chair” I am sitting on a chair.
    - krzesło
  8. „clean” That jumper is clean.
    - czysty
  9. „look” I like to look at animals in the zoo.
    - patrzeć
  10. „nothing” There is nothing in the fridge.
    - nic
  11. „noun” Write a list of ten nouns.
    - rzeczownik
  12. „pen” I use a pen to write.
    - długopis
  13. „penpal” My son has a penpal in Japan.
    - korespondencyjny przyjaciel
  14. „picture” This is a picture of my family.
    - obrazek
  15. „projector” We use a projector to watch films in class.
    - projektor
  16. „table” Your book is on the table.
    - stolik
  17. „which” Which car is yours?
    - który
  18. „whiteboard” The teacher writes on the whiteboard in the class.
    - tablica (biała)
  19. „word” "Photograph" is a difficult word to spell.
    - słowo
  20. „ask” Visitors usually ask about the castle.
    - pytać
  21. „national” The Stars and Stripes is the national flag of the USA.
    - narodowy
  22. „pair” He has got a new pair of trousers.
    - para
  23. „partner” She invited all her colleagues and their partners to the party.
    - partner
  24. „point” Point to the correct answer.
    - wskazać
  25. „student” There are twelve students in my class.
    - student
  26. „take” I always take my camera with me when I go on holiday.
    - brać
  27. „turn” It's your turn to do the washing-up.
    - kolej
  28. „work” She works in a big office in New York.
    - pracować
  29. „blue” My dad has got blue eyes.
    - niebieski
  30. „brown” He has got light brown hair.
    - brązowy
  31. „green” My sister has got green eyes.
    - zielony
  32. „orange” I like your orange T-shirt!
    - pomarańczowy
  33. „purple” He doesn't like the colour purple.
    - fioletowy
  34. „red” She drives a red sports car.
    - czerwony
  35. „white” I like your white shirt.
    - biały
  36. „yellow” Her favourite colour is yellow.
    - żółty
  37. „answer” Can you answer this question for me please?
    - odpowiadać na pytanie
  38. „favourite” My favourite colour is black.
    - ulubiony
  39. „what” What is your favourite colour?
    - co
  40. „alphabet” There are 26 letters in the English alphabet.
    - alfabet
  41. „comb” He never uses a comb or a brush in the mornings.
    - grzebień
  42. „has” She has two sons and four daughters.
    - mieć
  43. „letter” I write a letter to my penpal every month.
    - list
  44. „listen” I like to listen to rock music.
    - słuchać
  45. „same” Your shoes are the same colour as mine!
    - taki sam
  46. „sound” We can hear the sound of traffic outside.
    - dźwięk
  47. „vowel” 'Queueing' is a word with five vowels in it.
    - samogłoska
  48. „write” Write your name and telephone number on this paper.
    - pisać
  49. „repeat” Can you repeat the answer, please?
    - powtarzać
  50. „it” 'What is that?' 'It is a mobile phone.'
    - to
  51. „or” Do you like this one or the blue one best?
    - czy
  52. „say” How do you say 'table' in French?
    - powiedzieć
  53. „spell” Can you spell your name for me?
    - przeliterować
  54. „question” How many questions are in this exercise?
    - pytanie
  55. „actor” He is a Hollywood actor.
    - aktor
  56. „birthday” It's my birthday next week.
    - urodziny
  57. „from” I ran all the way home from school.
    - z/skąd
  58. „here” I live here, in Madrid.
    - tutaj
  59. „how” How did you get my phone number?
    - jak
  60. „spelling” My spelling is terrible.
    - pisownia
  61. „today” It's Linda's birthday today.
    - dzisiaj
  62. „underline” Underline the correct answers.
    - podkreślić
  63. „when” When is Linda's birthday?
    - kiedy
  64. „where” Where is the museum, please?
    - gdzie
  65. „who” Who is your teacher?
    - kto
  66. „why” Why are you so late?
    - dlaczego
  67. „above” The light is above the door.
    - ponad
  68. „language” She speaks three languages: Japanese, Spanish and English.
    - język
  69. „capital” London is the capital of England.
    - stolica
  70. „class” Mary is in the same class as me.
    - klasa
  71. „concentrate” Sometimes I find it hard to concentrate when I'm driving long distances.
    - koncentrować się
  72. „could” My brother could read when he was five.
    - móc/potrafić
  73. „example” Cheese is an example of food.
    - przykład
  74. „for” I've been at this school for six years.
    - przez (okres czasu)
  75. „mean” 'Start' and 'begin' mean the same thing.
    - znaczyć
  76. „of course” Of course I like pizza! Who doesn't?
    - oczywiście
  77. „page” I tore a page out of my notebook.
    - strona
  78. „so” I have got a headache, so I can't go to the party.
    - więc
  79. „that” He lives in that house on the corner.
    - tamten
  80. „two” She has got two sisters.
    - dwa
  81. „understand” Does Jim understand Spanish?
    - rozumieć
  82. „yes” 'Are you Ann?' 'Yes, I am.'
    - tak
  83. „then” I get up at 6 o'clock then I go to work.
    - wtedy
  84. „number” Number the questions from 1 to 10.
    - numer
  85. „eight” He has got eight cousins.
    - osiem
  86. „eleven” Football teams have got eleven players.
    - jedenaście
  87. „fifteen” Rugby Union teams have got fifteen players.
    - piętnaście
  88. „fifty” My dad's fifty.
    - pięćdziesiąt
  89. „five” The town is five miles away.
    - pięć
  90. „four” Most cars have got four wheels.
    - cztery
  91. „hundred” There are one hundred people at this party.
    - sto
  92. „no” 'Is that your bag?' 'No.'
    - niebieski
  93. „one” I have got one brother.
    - jedenaście
  94. „seven” There are seven days in a week.
    - siedem
  95. „six” There are six fish in the fishbowl.
    - sześć
  96. „ten” Half of twenty is ten.
    - dziesięć
  97. „thirteen” Thirteen is an unlucky number for some people.
    - trzynaście
  98. „thirty” There are thirty days in September.
    - trzydzieści
  99. „three” My cousin is three years old.
    - trzy
  100. „twelve” There are twelve months in a year.
    - dwanaście
  101. „twenty” I am twenty years old.
    - dwadzieścia
  102. „welcome” Mary made us very welcome.
    - mile widziany
  103. „article” Look at this interesting newspaper article.
    - artykuł
  104. „British” Ted is British.
    - brytyjczyk
  105. „check” Check your answers with your partner.
    - sprawdzać
  106. „comfortable” Are you comfortable sitting on the floor?
    - wygodny
  107. „email” What's your email address? Can I send you an email?
    - email
  108. „form” Please complete this form and give it back to me.
    - formularz
  109. „improve” I need to improve my English for my job.
    - poprawiać
  110. „information” I want some travel information, please.
    - informacja
  111. „into” My dictionary fits into my pocket.
    - w środku/do środka
  112. „introduce” Can you introduce me to your sister?
    - przedstawić
  113. „key” This is the key for the front door of my house.
    - klucz
  114. „make” The company makes cars.
    - zrobić
  115. „people” There are too many people in this room.
    - ludzie
  116. „podcast” I listen to English podcasts on my MP3 player.
    - podcast
  117. „price” Can you tell me the price of this book, please?
    - cena
  118. „read” I can read Russian, but I can't speak it.
    - czytać
  119. „reading” My favourite hobby is reading.
    - czytanie
  120. „request” Can I make a request?
    - prośba
  121. „room” This is the room I work in.
    - pokój
  122. „situation” We are in a very difficult situation.
    - sytuacja
  123. „speak” George can speak five languages: English, Spanish, Portuguese, French and Italian.
    - rozmawiać
  124. „this” This coffee's cold.
    - to
  125. „TV” What’s on TV tonight?
    - telewizor
  126. „unit” The coursebook is divided into six units.
    - rozdział
  127. „use” Can I use your phone, please?
    - używać
  128. „watch” He loves to watch films.
    - oglądać
  129. „writing” I couldn't read the writing on the envelope.
    - pisać
  130. „yourself” Do you make yourself dinner every night?
    - sobie
  131. „café” My mum works in a café.
    - kawiarnia
  132. „coin” He put a 50p coin into the drinks machine.
    - moneta
  133. „fast” He loves fast cars.
    - szybki
  134. „funny” My teacher tells us funny jokes.
    - zabawny
  135. „light” I'm travelling light today – just the one bag.
    - światło
  136. „meet” He likes to meet new people.
    - spotykać
  137. „moose” Can you see that moose over there?
    - łoś
  138. „niece” He's going to visit his niece in America.
    - siostrzenica/bratanica
  139. „shop” This town has good clothes shops.
    - sklep
  140. „small” I have got a small dog called Fluffy.
    - mały
  141. „talk” Can I talk to you please?
    - rozmawiać
  142. „tourist” In Paris, there are tourists from all over the world.
    - turysta
  143. „travel” I use my car to travel to work.
    - podróżować
  144. „want” What do you want for your birthday?
    - chcieć
  145. „with” Can I come with you?
    - z
  146. „world” I think Paris is the best city in the world.
    - świat
  147. „country” How many countries are there in Europe?
    - kraj
  148. „grammar” He loves to study English grammar!
    - gramatyka
  149. „greeting” Saying 'hello' is an English greeting.
    - powitanie
  150. „nature” Storms remind us of the power of nature.
    - natura
  151. „vocabulary” Our teacher wants us to improve our vocabulary.
    - słownictwo
  152. „airport” We live near Sydney airport.
    - lotnisko
  153. „health centre” The health centre is in the town centre.
    - ośrodek zdrowia
  154. „office” The manager's office is on the second floor.
    - biuro
  155. „photo” Look at this photo of my family.
    - zdjęcie
  156. „place” I like this place a lot – they have really good food.
    - miejsce
  157. „under” The dog is under the table.
    - pod
  158. „can” Pete can speak Spanish.
    - potrafić
  159. „classroom” There are six students in the classroom.
    - klasa
  160. „cook” Do you want me to cook an omelette for you?
    - ugotować
  161. „doctor” My mum's a doctor.
    - doktor
  162. „evening” We usually eat at 7 in the evening.
    - wieczór
  163. „fine” We sell fine food from around the world.
    - dobry
  164. „friend” This is my friend, Bella.
    - przyjaciel
  165. „good” Italian food is really good!
    - dobry
  166. „great” Costa Rica is a great place to visit on holiday.
    - świetny
  167. „help” I need help to complete this exercise.
    - pomagać
  168. „hi” Hi! How are you?
    - cześć
  169. „match” Match the questions to the answers.
    - połączyć
  170. „newsagent's” There's a newsagent's at the end of our street.
    - kiosk
  171. „noisy” My children are always very noisy.
    - hałaśliwy
  172. „oh” 'How are you today?' 'Oh, OK I suppose.'
    - och
  173. „seat” I couldn't get a seat on the bus this morning.
    - siedzenie
  174. „see” I can see your brother over there!
    - widzieć
  175. „sorry” Sorry I'm late!
    - przepraszam
  176. „thanks” 'Lunch is ready.' 'Thanks, Mum.'
    - dziękuję
  177. „all” Have you done all your homework?
    - wszystko
  178. „beginning” I don't like the beginning of the book.
    - początek
  179. „do” I have got a lot of homework to do tonight.
    - robić
  180. „exercise” Try to do some exercise every day.
    - ćwiczenie
  181. „idea” I have a lot of good ideas.
    - pomysł
  182. „news” I watch the news on TV every morning.
    - wiadomości
  183. „personal” This is my personal telephone number.
    - osobisty
  184. „sentence” Don't forget to end the sentence with a full stop.
    - zdanie
  185. „short” It's a short film about lions.
    - krótki
  186. „summary” Write a summary of the article.
    - podsumowanie
  187. „tip” Can you give me some tips on how to grow these plants?
    - rada
  188. „practice” We have choir practice on Tuesday evening.
    - próba
  189. „group” Do you want to work in our group?
    - grupa
  190. „other” He's cleverer than the other kids in his class.
    - inni
  191. „walk” I usually walk to college.
    - chodzić
  192. „add” Add more garlic to the sauce.
    - dodać
  193. „circle” Circle all the wrong answers.
    - koło
  194. „stressed” The word ‘machine’ is stressed on the second syllable.
    - akcentowany
  195. „syllable” Which English word has the most syllables?
    - sylaba
  196. „remember” I couldn't remember her name.
    - pamiętać
  197. „food” My favourite food is sushi.
    - jedzenie
  198. „hear” Can you hear my mobile ringing?
    - słyszeć
  199. „music” Do you like this music?
    - muzyka
  200. „quiz” I want to enter a TV quiz!
    - quiz
  201. „shape” What shape is the box?
    - kształt
  202. „taste” Do you like the taste of coffee?
    - smak
  203. „first” January is the first month of the year.
    - pierwszy
  204. „job” Teaching is an interesting job.
    - praca
  205. „now” They now live in Yorkshire.
    - teraz
  206. „tick” Tick each answer that you got right.
    - zaznaczyć
  207. „each” You have 20 minutes to answer each question.
    - każdy
  208. „piece” Mum cut the pizza into four equal pieces.
    - kawałek
  209. „guess” I think he's fifty, but that's just a guess.
    - zgadywać
  210. „read out” Can you read out the answer again, please?
    - odczytać
  211. „identify” Police identified the victim of the accident as John Shelley.
    - zidentyfikować
  212. „these” Are these your shoes?
    - teraz
  213. „those” Where did you get those trousers?
    - tamten
  214. „camera” Do you like my new camera?
    - aparat fotograficzny
  215. „diary” I always write birthdays in my diary.
    - pamiętnik
  216. „hairbrush” My girlfriend uses a hairbrush every morning.
    - szczotka do włosów
  217. „laptop” I use a laptop if I'm travelling by train.
    - laptop
  218. „magazine” I prefer magazines to newspapers.
    - magazyn
  219. „mobile phone” Call me on my mobile phone.
    - telefon komórkowy
  220. „MP3 player” Can you help me look for my MP3 player?
    - odtwarzacz MP3
  221. „next” What time is the next train to York?
    - następny
  222. „passport” You need a passport to visit other countries.
    - paszport
  223. „purse” I've got lots of money in my purse.
    - portmonetka
  224. „sunglasses” Do you like my new sunglasses?
    - okulary przeciwsłoneczne
  225. „sweater” It is very cold, so I'm wearing a sweater.
    - sweter
  226. „ticket” How much is a bus ticket to London?
    - bilet
  227. „toothbrush” Liz always uses an electric toothbrush.
    - szczoteczka do zębów
  228. „always” I always have cereal for breakfast.
    - zawsze
  229. „clothes shop” There are lots of clothes shops in town.
    - sklep z ubraniammi
  230. „list” I need a list of the people coming to the party.
    - lista
  231. „pronunciation” Is that the correct pronunciation?
    - wymowa
  232. „pocket” There's a hole in my pocket!
    - kieszeń
  233. „hand luggage” I put my hand luggage in the overhead compartment.
    - bagaż ręczny
  234. „advert” I like funny TV adverts with animals in them!
    - reklama
  235. „also” Jan plays the guitar, and she also plays the piano.
    - też
  236. „another” Do you have another pen I can use?
    - następny
  237. „but” I can't play football but I can play tennis.
    - ale
  238. „discuss” Discuss these sentences with your partner.
    - dysktuować
  239. „go” Do you want to go for a coffee?
    - iść
  240. „hers” My hair is different from hers.
    - jej
  241. „intelligent” Lisa is a very intelligent girl.
    - inteligentny
  242. „just” I just have one question for you: do you like my new shoes?
    - tylko
  243. „love” Anna loves Steve and wants to marry him.
    - kochać
  244. „only” I have only got twenty minutes for lunch today.
    - tylko
  245. „pack” Don't forget to pack your toothbrush!
    - spakować
  246. „perfect” She speaks perfect English.
    - perfekcyjny
  247. „side” I live on the other side of the city.
    - strona
  248. „thing” A key is a thing we use to open doors.
    - rzeczownik
  249. „traveller” She is an experienced traveller.
    - podróżnik
  250. „up” I can't climb up ladders - I'm afraid of heights!
    - w górę
  251. „yours” Is this bag mine or yours?
    - twój
  252. „zip” I can't zip my bag shut!
    - zasunąć zamek
  253. „extract” Read this extract from a newspaper article.
    - urywek
  254. „mine” Is that sandwich yours or mine?
    - moja
  255. „minute” I finish work in forty minutes.
    - minuta
  256. „wait” I hate waiting for buses!
    - czekać
  257. „dictionary” My English dictionary has 300,000 words!
    - słownik
  258. „window” I can see the sea from my bedroom window.
    - okno
  259. „alternative” 'Hi' is an informal alternative to 'hello'.
    - alternatywa
  260. „bracket” Please give your age (in brackets) after your name.
    - nawias
  261. „maybe” Maybe I can help you with your homework.
    - być może
  262. „cold” Don't come too near – I've got a really bad cold!
    - zimno
  263. „exchange rate” I want to buy some Japanese Yen – what's the exchange rate, please?
    - kurs walut
  264. „money” Can you lend me some money to buy a drink, please?
    - pieniądze
  265. „platform” The train for Brighton leaves from platform four.
    - peron
  266. „postcard” Send us a postcard from your holiday!
    - pocztówka
  267. „return ticket” Can I have a return ticket from Birmingham to London, please?
    - bilet powrotny
  268. „sandwich” Today I've got chicken sandwiches for lunch.
    - kanapka
  269. „single ticket” Can I have a single ticket to Feltham, please.
    - pamiątka
  270. „souvenir” I always buy my mum a souvenir when I go on holiday.
    - bilet w jedną stronę
  271. „train station” Meet me at the train station at 4 o'clock.
    - stacja kolejowa
  272. „impolite” It is impolite to leave in the middle of a lecture.
    - nieuprzejmy
  273. „polite” Kevin is a very polite young man.
    - uprzejmy
  274. „juice” Can I have a glass of orange juice, please?
    - sok
  275. „orange” Today, my lunch is a ham sandwich and an orange.
    - pomarańcza
  276. „cake” This chocolate cake is delicious!
    - ciasto
  277. „cheese” Michael wants extra cheese on his pizza.
    - ser
  278. „chicken” I love chicken sandwiches!
    - kurczak
  279. „egg” The birds lay their eggs in spring.
    - jajko
  280. „hot chocolate” Before they go to bed, I make the children a drink of hot chocolate.
    - gorąca czekolada
  281. „mineral water” I prefer mineral water to tap water.
    - woda mineralna
  282. „tea” I prefer tea to coffee.
    - herbata
  283. „tuna” I like the taste of tuna but I don't like the smell.
    - tuńczyk
  284. „angry” People who drive badly make me angry.
    - zły
  285. „guest” How many guests are coming to your party?
    - gość
  286. „manager” My sister's a sales manager for a big company.
    - menadżer
  287. „married” She is married to a famous footballer.
    - poślubiona
  288. „programme” My favourite TV programmes are quizzes.
    - program
  289. „staff” If you need help, ask a member of our staff.
    - załoga
  290. „terrible” That restaurant serves terrible food!
    - okropny
  291. „box” Draw a box and then divide it into four equal parts.
    - pudełko
  292. „convenient” Can I talk to you about the problem when it's convenient.
    - dogodny
  293. „lift” Al doesn't like getting into lifts.
    - winda
  294. „parking” There is free parking in front of my house.
    - parking
  295. „reception” Please give your name to reception when you arrive.
    - recepcja
  296. „restaurant” This is my favourite restaurant.
    - restauracja
  297. „room service” Be careful – you always pay extra for room service!
    - obsługa hotelowa
  298. „stairs” There are lots of stairs up to my flat.
    - schody
  299. „major” My dad is a major in the British Army.
    - główny
  300. „surprised” I'm surprised that you don't like Chinese food!
    - zaskoczony
  301. „animal” My favourite animal is a honey badger.
    - zwierzę
  302. „antique” My grandmother has a lot of antique furniture in her house.
    - antyczny
  303. „remarkable” That's a remarkable achievement.
    - wyjątkowy
  304. „tired” I am always tired when I finish work on Fridays.
    - zmęczony
  305. „breakfast” My favourite breakfast is a 'full English'.
    - śniadanie
  306. „family name” Our family name is Smith.
    - nazwisko rodowe
  307. „good evening” Good evening, everybody, and welcome!
    - dobry wieczór
  308. „nightlife” Madrid has a wonderful nightlife.
    - życie nocne
  309. „phrase” What does the phrase 'wakey wakey' mean?
    - zwrot
  310. „reservation” I'd like to make a reservation for dinner tonight.
    - rezerwacja
  311. „receptionist” My sister works as a receptionist in the Grand Hotel in town.
    - recepcjonistka
  312. „address” My address is 37 King Street, London.
    - adres
  313. „person” Diana is a very kind person.
    - osoba
  314. „reply” I've got a lot of emails to reply to today!
    - odpowiadać
  315. „reserve” Can I reserve a table for two at 9 o'clock, please?
    - rezerwować
  316. „choose” I can't decide which cake to choose!
    - wybierać
  317. „stay” I don't want to stay in that spooky old hotel!
    - zostać
  318. „cough” Matthew coughed and cleared his throat.
    - aszel
  319. „mosque” The biggest mosque in the world is in Mali.
    - meczet
  320. „president” Who is the president of the United States?
    - prezydent
  321. „South America” My friend Julio is from Peru in South America.
    - Ameryka Południowa
  322. „letter” 'Table' is a five-letter word.
    - lista
  323. „famous” Many famous actors live in Beverly Hills.
    - sławny
  324. „electrical” A computer is an electrical object.
    - elektryczny
  325. „poem” Jabberwocky by Lewis Carroll is my favourite poem.
    - wiersz
  326. „map” Can you draw me a map of the town centre, please?
    - mapa
  327. „on” The magazine is on the table.
    - na
  328. „everyday” Make exercise part of your everyday life.
    - codzienny
  329. „battery” I need to recharge the batteries for my camera.
    - bateria
  330. „chewing gum” I always chew chewing gum after lunch.
    - guma do żucia
  331. „comedy” All my favourite films are comedies.
    - komedia
  332. „credit card” You can pay by cash or by credit card.
    - karta kredytowa
  333. „driving licence” Help! I can't find my driving licence!
    - prawo jazdy
  334. „file” The FBI keeps files on former White House employees.
    - teczka
  335. „glasses” I wear glasses to drive and to watch TV.
    - okulary
  336. „identity card” Some countries use identity cards, not passports.
    - dowód tożsamości
  337. „stamp” Don't forget to put a stamp on that letter.
    - pieczątka
  338. „sweet” My favourite sweets are chocolate ones.
    - słodki
  339. „tissue” We always keep a box of tissues in the car.
    - chusteczka
  340. „umbrella” It's raining today, so I've got my umbrella.
    - parasolka
  341. „wallet” I need a new wallet - mine is very old.
    • - portfel
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