Health
Ache
Feelings
Money
Having a cold
Shopping
Tenses
100

The primary entry route for silica dust.

What is inhalation?

100

.... of the part of the body above the neck.

Headache 

100

Irritated, mad, annoyed

Angry

100

To get something by paying money for it. (verb)

To buy

100

The measured amount of heat in your body. 

A temperature 

100

A very large building with a lot of stores and restaurants. 

A shopping mall 


100

I ________________ (watch) TV now. 

I am watching TV now. 

200

To break the surface of something e.g. using a sharp tool, especially a knife.

A cut

200

...... of an organ which is on each side of the head.

Earache

200

Feeling of pleasure or satisfaction 

Happy 

200

To keep money for use in the future (verb)

To save
200

To force air out of your lungs through your throat with a short, loud sound. 

A cough

200

Someone who serves customers in a shop.

A shop assistant 

200

We ____________ (see) them yesterday in the city centre. 

We saw them yesterday in the city centre. 

300

It is a crack in one of the bones. 

Broken e.g. leg

300

............ of a hard, white object in the mouth, used for biting. 

Toothache 

300

Need to rest or sleep. 

Tired

300

Money in the form of notes and coins. (noun)

Cash

300

A condition in which your throat is red and feels painful.

A sore throat 

300

A large shop divided into several different parts, each of which sells different things. 

Department store

300

Where ________________ (you / go) on holiday last summer? 

Where did you go on holiday last summer? 


400

An area of skin around the eye that has gone dark because it has been hit.

Black eye


400

.......... of an organ in the body just below the chest.


Stomach ache

400
Enthusiastic, very happy, thrilled 

Excited 

400

An amount of money that parents regularly give to their child to spend as they choose. (noun)

Pocket money 

400

A medicine that can destroy harmful bacteria in the body. 

Antibiotic 

400

A person who is buying things from a shop or a number of shops.

Shopper 

400

I ________________ (study) the whole evening yesterday. 

I was studying the whole evening yesterday. 

500

A physical harm or damage to someone's body caused by an accident or an attack.

Injury

500

........... of the organ in your chest that sends the blood around your body.

Heartache 

500

Feeling unhappy because something is not interesting. 

Bored

500

To be able to buy something because you have enough money. (verb)

To afford

500

Another word for the infection such as a cold.

A flu.

500

09:00 - 20:00 from Monday to Saturday. 

Opening hours 

500
They _______________ to buy a new computer this weekend. 

They are going to buy a new computer this weekend. 


600

Another word for a disease.

Illness 

600

............ of a tissue in the body that can tighten and relax to produce movement. It can appear after e.g. physical exercises (the workout).

Muscle ache

600

Frightened or worried

Scared

600

To give money to someone for a short period of time, expecting it to be given back. (verb)

To lend

600

A drug used to reduce or remove physical pain.

A painkiller 

600

A parking with several floors.

A multi-storey car park 


600

I can't open the door because I ____________ (lose) my keys. 

I can't open the door because I have lost my keys.


700

A mark where the skin is darker in colour, often as a result of being hit. 

A bruise 

700

............ of one of two long parts of the upper body that are attached to the shoulders and have the hands at the end.

Arm ache

700

Being amazed. You feel this way because something has happened that you did not expect. 

Surprised 

700

A reduction in the usual price.  (noun)

Discount


700

A type of radiation allowing bones and organs in the body to be photographed.

An X-ray 

700

A street where the most important shops and businesses in a town are. 

High street 

700

_________________ (you / ever / be) to Paris? 



Have you ever been to Paris? 

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