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Dies ist der Grundwortschatz der englischen Sprache, Niveau A1 basierend auf folgender Quelle: Langenscheid: Zertifikatswortschatz Englisch A1, ISBN 978-3-468-20301-5.

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backat the backbadbagbankbathbathroom — to be — to be going to — to be welcomeYou'r Welcome! — Welcome! — beautifulbedbedroombeefbeerbehindbestbetter — to get betterbetweenbicyclebigbillbirdbirthdaybiscuit/cookieblackbluebook — to bookbothbottleBoxing Daybreadbreakfast — to bringBritishbrotherbrownbuildingbusbus stopbusybut — to buybyBye!

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cafécake — to callcamera — to go campingcancannotCanadaCanadiancarcar park/parking lotcardcareful — to carrycasecashcatcentrechairchange — to changecheap — to check inCheers! — cheesechemist's/drugstorechequecheckchickenchildchildrenchocolate — to chooseChristmasChristmas DayChristmas Evechurchcigarettecinema/movie theatercityclasscleanclocko'clockaround the clock — to closeclothescloudycoatcoffeecoldcolour/color — to comeCome in! — comfortablecomputerconcertCongratulations! — to cookcoolcornercouldcould not — to countcountrycoursecredit cardcup — to cut

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dangerdarkdatedaughterdaydearDecemberdegreedentistdeparturedictionary — to diedifferencedifferentdifficultdinnerdirtydisabled — to doDo …? — doctordogdollardoordowndownstairsdress — to get dresseddrink — to drink — to drivedriving licence/driver's licencedry

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earearlyeastEastereasy — to eateggelectricelectricalelectricity — to e—mailemptyendEnglandEnglishEnglishmanEnglishwomanenoughentranceEuropeEuropeaneveningGood evening! — everyeverythingeveryoneeverywhereExcuse me. — exitexpensive — to explainextraeye

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fairfamilyfarfastfatherFebruaryferryfewa few — to fill in — to fill outfilm/movie — to find — to find outfinefirefirmfirstat firstfishflatapartmentflightfloorground floorfirst floorflower — to fly — to followfoodfootforforeignforeigner — to forgetforkformFridayfridgefriendfromfrontat the frontfruitfullfun

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garagegardengentlemanGermanyGerman — to get — to get back — to get off — to get upgirl — to giveglassglasses — to gogoodGoodbye! — to say goodbyegram/grammegreatGreat Britaingreengroupguestguideguide book

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hairhalfhamhamburgerhandhappy — to have — to have got — to have to — to have … as wellheheadhealthy — to hearheatingheavyHello! — to helpherhereHi! — highthillhimhishobbyholiday/vacationbank holiday/public holidayhomeat home — to hopehospitalhothotelhourhousehousewifehowHow about …? — hungry — to hurthusband

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Iidentity cardillimportantinintoinchIndiaIndianinformationinsuranceinterestedinterestinginternationalInternetinvitationIrelandIrishIrishmanIrishwomenislanditIt doesn't matter. — its

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JanuaryjobjuiceJulyJunekeykilogram/kilogrammekilokilometre/kilometerkindkitchenknife — to know

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ladylakelamblamp — to landlanguagefirst languagelastlatelaterlawyer — to learnleatherleftleg — to lendLet's …letterlift/elevatorlightlike — to like — to listenlittle — to live — to locklong — to look — to look atLook out! — a lot ofluggagelunch

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machinemagazinemanmanagermanymapMarchmarketMaymemealmeatmedicine — to meatmenuMerry Christmas!/Happy Christmas! — metalmetre/metermiddlemidnightmilemilkminutemistakemomentMondaymoneymonthmoreone moresome moremorningmothermountainmouthMr/Mr.Mrs/Mrs.Ms/Ms.muchmusicmustmy

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namefirst namelast namenear — to neednevernewNew Year's Day/New Year's EveNew ZealandNew Zealandernewsnewspapernicenightnono onenobodynoisenorthNorthern IrelandnotnotenothingNovembernownowherenumber

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Octoberofofficeoftenoilokayoldononly— to openopenorotherouroutoutside

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p.m.pagepainpairpaperPardon! — parentsparkpartypassport — to paypenpencilpennypeoplepepperperhapspersonpetrol/gasphonephotographpiecepillpintplaceplanplaneplasticplateplatform/trackpleasepoliceporkportpost/mailpost officepostcardpotatopoundpresentpriceprivateprogramme/programpubpulloverpurse — to push — to put … back — to put … down — to put … onquestionquiet

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radiorailway/railroadrain — to rainreceiptreceptionred — to remember — to rent — to repair — to repeatrestaurantriverroadroomliving roomround

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saladsaltsandwichSaturdaysaucerschoolScotlandScottishScotseasonsecond — to sell — to sendSeptembersheshirtshoeshop/storeshopping bagshower — to have a showersicksidesightseeingsign — to signsister — to sitsizeskirt — to sleepslimslowsmall — to smokesnacksnack barsosoapsoftsomesomebodysomeonesomethingsonsoonSee you soon! — soupsouthSouth AfricaSouth Africanspace — to speak — to spellspoonsportspringstairsstamp — to standstart – to startstation — to staysteakstillstomach — to stopstorystreetstudentstuffsugarsuitsummerSundaysunnysupermarketsureSure! — to go swimmingSwitzerlandSwiss

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table — to take — to take offtalk — to talktaxtaxiteateachertelephonetelevisionTV — to telltemperatureterribletestthanThank you! — thatthetheatre/theatertheirthemthentherethere istheything — to thinkthirstythistheseThursdaytickettights/pantyhosetimeWhat time …? — timetable/scheduletiptotoasttodaytogethertoilet/restroomtomorrowtonighttootoothtoptourtouristtoweltowntraffic lighttraintram — to translatetreetriptrousers/pantstrue — to try onTuesdaytyre/tire

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umbrellaunder — to understandUnited States of AmericaUSAUS-Americanuniversityunlucky — to be unluckyupupstairsurgentus — to use

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vegetableveryvillagevisit — to visit — to waitwaiterwaitress — to wake upWalesWelsh — to walkwallet – to wantwarm — to washwatchwaterwayweweatherWednesdayweekweekendwell — to go wellwestwetwhatWhat about …? — What …? — What's the matter? — whenwherewhichwhitewhowhywidewifewillwill notwindowwindywinewinterwithwithoutwomanwoodwoolwork — to work — to go to workworld — to write — to write downwrong

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yardyearyellowyesyesterdayyetyouyoungyour

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