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Outside

Hills


Mountains

Forest


Countryside

City


Street

Square


Traffic

Corner


Bus stop

Traffic lights


Inside

Living room

bedroom

bathroom


toilet

corridor


kitchen

stairs


attic

cellar
emotions

happy

sad


angry

confused


surprised

proud


disgusted

annoyed


movement

drive


ride

walk


run

climb


sail

swim


jump

fall


objects

pan


spoon

knife


fork

plate


table

cup


bowl

glass


stove
clothes

pants


dress

shirt


skirt

sweater


socks

shoes


coat

jacket


helmet

hat
order

first

second


third

fourth


and then

next


after this

before that


animals

dog


cat

mouse


rat

horse


cow

goat


sheep

fish


bird

chicken


food

vegetables

fruit

meat


potatoes

carrots


cabbage

pepper


salt

herbs


beans

apples


pears

bananas


strawberries

bread


cake

candy
when

in the morning

in the afternoon

in the evening

in the night

in summer

in autumn

in winter

in the spring

at ten o’clock

at half past seven

at a quarter to twelve
weather

it is raining

it is storming

it is windy

the sun is shining

it is snowing

the streets are wet

it is slippery

it is hot

it is cold

it is freezing


Mondeling Examen Vmbo Engels

  1. Onderdeel van het mondeling Schoolexamen is het beschrijven van een voorwerp. Het beschrijven van een voorwerp moet je doen aan de hand van de volgende vragen:

  1. What is it made of? C) Where can you find it /Where do you use it?

  2. What is the shape? D) What is it used for?

Om onderdeel A te beantwoorden, moet je de namen van de materialen in het Engels kennen.


Papier paper (It is made of paper)

Karton cardboard

Hout wood

Metaal metal

IJzer iron

Goud gold

Zilver silver

Vloeistof fluid

Water water

Deeg dough

Koper copper

Stof fabric

Plastic plastic

Rubber rubber

Vlees meat

Steen stone

Glas glass



Om onderdeel B te beantwoorden moet je de namen van vormen in het Engels kennen.


Rond round (it is round)

Cirkel circle

Vierkant square

Rechthoek rectangle

Driehoek triangle

Ovaal oval

Bal ball

Kubus cube

Doos box

Pyramide pyramid

Koker cylinder

Ster star

Draad wire

Touw rope

Kabel cable



Om onderdeel C te beantwoorden moet je de namen van locaties in het Engels kennen.



Buiten outside(you can find it outside)

Binnen inside

Winkel shop

Supermarkt supermarket

Bakker bakery

Slager butcher

Keuken kitchen

Woonkamer living room

Slaapkamer bedroom

Badkamer bathroom

Toilet toilet

Tuin garden






Om onderdeel D te beantwoorden kun je de volgende zinnen gebruiken:


It is used for….

You use it to….

This object is used to…..
It is for….

You can eat it.

You can use it to…..


Andere nuttige woorden en uitdrukkingen:



Voorwerp object

Gereedschap tool

Apparaat appliance

Electrisch electric




Voedsel food

Handvat handle

Vrucht fruit

Groente vegetable



Clarifying your own ideas

In other words,

What I mean is . . .

What I'm trying to say is . . .

What I wanted to say was . . .

To clarify,


Asking for Clarification

What do you mean (by that)?

What are you trying to say?

What was that again?

Could you clarify that?
Clarifying another's ideas

You mean . . .

What you mean is . . .

What you're saying is . . .

If I understand you, (you're saying that . . . )

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So, your idea is . . .
Expressing Lack of Understanding

I don't quite get it.

(I'm sorry.) I don't understand.

What do you mean?

I'm not following you.

I don't quite follow you.

I'm not sure I get what you mean.

What was that again?


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Word List – Body Parts

Arm

Eye


Eyebrow

Belly


Leg

Breast


Thumb

Elbow


Fist

Finger


Foot (feet)

Ankle


Buttocks

Hair


Neck

Hand


Wrist

Hip


Chin

Knee


Head

Lip


Mouth

Nose


Nostril

Upper arm

Thigh

Ear


Bottom

Back


Under arm

Forearm


Lower leg

Calf (calves)

Shoulder

Forehead


Waist

Check


Eyelash

Tooth (teeth)

Toe

Tongue


Skeleton

Skull


Bone





The Senses

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With my eyes I can __________. This sense is called ______________

With my ears I can __________. This sense is called ______________

With my nose I can __________. This sense is called ______________

With my tongue I can __________. This sense is called ______________

With my hands I can __________. This sense is called ______________



Inside the body

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Do you know these?
Organs ___________

Heart ___________

Lungs ___________

Kidneys___________

Bowels___________

Lungs ___________

Liver ___________

Stomach___________

Blood ___________

Muscles___________

Veins ___________

Describing a picture in Englishhttp://www.englisch-hilfen.de/images/photos/britain/london/036.jpg


  1. Introduction

The picture shows a building in London

I can see some people in the road

There is some kind of pillar


  1. What is where?

In the foreground you can see a bell tower

In the background there is a large church

In the middle there are some farm animals

At the top is a statue of a famous person

At the bottom you can see a stone square

On the left/right there are some tourists

Behind/ In front of the building you can see some trees

Between the guard and the tourist there is a woman



  1. What are the shapes and colors?

It is square shaped.

It is like a cube

It is a very large cylinder

It is round, like a circle

There is a kind of pyramid on top

It is grey/yellow/red/blue/silver/golden

The color of this object is purple/orange/green


  1. What is it made of?http://www.englisch-hilfen.de/images/photos/britain/london/034.jpg

It is made of stone/bricks/concrete

The material is wood/metal/plastic

Usually this is made of wool or some kind of fabric


  1. Where can you usually find this?

You often find this on the street

This is always in the centre of a city

This is mostly used in the kitchen

You find this in the bathroom

Typically this is in people’s bedrooms.

6) What I think about the picturehttp://www.englisch-hilfen.de/images/photos/britain/london/035.jpg

I believe it is a beautiful statue

It seems as if the man is lost

The lady seems to explain something

Maybe he asked her the way

I think it is some kind of play

It makes me think of the Middle Ages

I (don’t) like that they are in costume

To me museums seem boring

Describing a processhttp://www.chefmonteur.nl/foto/tanken.jpg

First you have to pull over at the gas station with your car

Then you remove the cap from the back of the car

Next you put the nozzle into the tank

After that you press the handle and the petrol will flow

When you have finished tanking you go to the register

And finally you pay for the petrol



Sometimes you can also pay in advance with your credit card.

Who is doing what?

When you say what is happening you use the present continuous:http://images.mirror.co.uk/upl/m4/apr2009/5/6/fox-hunting-pic-pa-161062217.jpg

Somebody is fueling the car

The boy is reading

She is going to school

He is walking down the road

The man is hunting for foxes
Compensating lack of vocabulary
Often you do not know the words you need to say something. In that case you should try and describe it in another way.
It looks a bit like a gun, but bigger

It is similar to a car, but smaller

It has the same shape as a cupboard, but made of plastic

It is the same as a piano, but with less keys

Its form is like a desk, but you can carry it.

It is a drink like tea, but fizzy and cold.
Practice

Think about how you would explain the following things to an English person:http://www.junctionjugglers.com/img/stilts.jpg



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Think of other things yourself and make notes of clever vocabulary that you could use.

  • Mondeling Examen Vmbo Engels
  • Om onderdeel A te beantwoorden, moet je de namen van de materialen in het Engels kennen.
  • Om onderdeel B te beantwoorden moet je de namen van vormen in het Engels kennen.
  • Om onderdeel C te beantwoorden moet je de namen van locaties in het Engels kennen.
  • Om onderdeel D te beantwoorden kun je de volgende zinnen gebruiken
  • Andere nuttige woorden en uitdrukkingen
  • Clarifying your own ideas
  • Clarifying anothers ideas
  • Expressing Lack of Understanding
  • Describing a picture in English
  • What are the shapes and colors
  • Where can you usually find this
  • 6) What I think about the picture
  • Describing a process

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