Dest B1. Unit 30. Vocabulary to practise

Обращаю внимание коллег, использующих в своей работе учебное пособие Destination B1, что существует русское издание Destination B1  тех же авторов под названием Grammar and Vocabulary. Отличает пособия наличие в Appendix Grammar and Vocabulary русского перевода к вокабуляру и фразовым глаголам .  Кроме того, условия к упражнениям в Grammar and Vocabulary даны на русском языке.

Иногда в издании для Russian learners встречаются неточности, как, например, перевод слова goal («гол» вместо «цель» в теме не про спорт).

Мне привычнее Destination B1, мой ученик в домашних заданиях предпочитает условия к упражнениям на русском. Улыбку вызывает то, что ему доставляет удовольствие выполнять составленные мной дополнительные упражнения . А мне доставляет удовольствие из набора примеров из словарей получать красивые и полезные ряды буковок.))

Find corresponding definitions to the words on the left.


  1. benefit
A. A *** is an occasion when people sit down and eat, usually at a regular time.
  1. balance
B. *** are the things that are used to make something, especially all the different foods you use when you are cooking a particular dish.
  1. exercises
C. A *** of bread, meat, fruit, or other food is a thin piece that has been cut from a larger piece.
  1. infection
D. An *** is a disease caused by germs or bacteria.
  1. Ingredients
E. A *** is the greatest amount, extent, or degree of something that is possible.
  1. injury
F. *** is the ability to remain steady when you are standing up.
  1. limit
G. The *** of something is the help that you get from it or the advantage that results from it.
  1. meal
H. *** are small solid round masses of medicine or vitamins that you swallow without chewing.
  1. Pills
I. *** are substances that you need in order to remain healthy, which are found in food or can be eaten in the form of pills.
  1. slice
J. *** are physical activities that you do in order to stay healthy and become stronger.
  1. Treatment
K. *** is medical attention given to a sick or injured person or animal.
  1. Vitamins
L. An *** is damage done to a person’s or an animal’s body.
1 – G, 2 – F, 3 – J, 4 – D, 5 – B, 6 – L, 7 – E, 8 – A, 9 — H, 10 – C, 11 – K, 12 — I

Verbs and Adjectives

  1. affects
A. If something such as a box, bag, room, or place *** things, those things are inside it.
  1. chew
B. If you *** someone or something, you pay no attention to them.
  1. contains
C. When you ***, you force air out of your throat with a sudden, harsh noise.
  1. cough
D. When you *** food, you use your teeth to break it up in your mouth so that it becomes easier to swallow.
  1. cure
E. When you *** from an illness or an injury, you become well again.
  1. healthy
F. Something that is *** has a sharp, unpleasant taste like the taste of a lemon.
  1. ignore
G. If you *** pain, you feel it in your body or in your mind.
  1. recover
H. *** food is strongly flavoured with spices.
  1. salty
I. Something that is *** contains salt or tastes of salt.
  1. sour
J. If something *** a person or thing, it influences them or causes them to change in some way.
  1. Spicy
K. If doctors or medical treatments *** an illness or injury, they cause it to end or disappear.
  1. suffer
L. Someone who is *** is well and is not suffering from any illness.
  1. stir
M. If you *** a liquid or other substance, you move it around or mix it in a container using something such as a spoon.
1 – J, 2 – D, 3 – A, 4 – C, 5 – K, 6 – L, 7 – B, 8 – E, 9 – I, 10 – F, 11 – H, 12 – G, 13 — M

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