Word  Unit 9

Example sentence

Arabic

accurately (adv)

Which things can you do: quickly, slowly, carefully, accurately, firmly, gently, evenly, tightly, thoroughly, regularly, safely, carelessly, poorly, etc? p.43

 

 

aligned (adj)

To align the wheels of a car means to arrange them in a straight line.p20 Oxford Word Power

 

broadband (n)

I don't have broadband. I'm using a 56k modem so it's very slow. p.43

 

burn (v)

Wearing this balloon on hot days protects you from sunburn. p.53

 

carefully (adv)

An architect, who inspects construction work (after negotiating with builders and designing) examines something carefully to understand and explain it. p.5

 

carelessly (adv)

Which things can you do: quickly, slowly, carefully, accurately, firmly, gently, evenly, tightly, thoroughly, regularly, safely, carelessly, poorly, etc? p.43

 

crumb (n)

There is a man eating a cookie in the picture.  He is probably dropping crumbs of the cookie on the floor. p41

 

delicate (adj)

Be careful not to touch any of these parts. They're very delicate. p.43

 

disposal (n)

Which chapter would you turn to for information on how to throw it away when you no longer need it? Chapter 9-disposal. p59

 

download (v)

To download means to copy a file from a larger computer system to a smaller one. p.236 Oxford Word Power

 

drain (v)

Where should you put the drain pan? p.42

 

drain plug (n)

How should you put the drain plug back on? p.42

 

drawer (n)

The bottom drawer must be kept full to help st abilize the cabinet. p.45

 

ear protectors (n pl)

Workshop safety precautions 1 Wear goggles and ear protectors. p.40

 

earthed (plug) (adj)

Make sure plugs are earthed*. p.40

 

easily (adv)

Unscrew the drain plug and wait for the oil to drain completely. It will flow out easily. p.42

 

electric shock (n)

Match these hazards to the correct precaution in 1. b electric shocks p.40

 

electrocute (v)

Donít touch that wire!  Youíll electrocute yourself. p.253 Oxford Word Power

 

evenly (adv)

Which things can you do: quickly, slowly, carefully, accurately, firmly, gently, evenly, tightly, thoroughly, regularly, safely, carelessly, poorly, etc? p.43

 

firmly (adv)

Which things can you do: quickly, slowly, carefully, accurately, firmly, gently, evenly, tightly, thoroughly, regularly, safely, carelessly, poorly, etc? p.43

 

 

flow (v)

Draining is making a liquid flow away, so something is dry. p.48

 

fork lift truck (n)

FORK-LIFT TRUCK ACCIDENTS Five of your employees have been seriously injured by fork-lift trucks in the last three months. p.85 He shouldn't ride on the fork-lift truck load.  He should ride inside the cab or walk. (Teacherís book Unit 9)

 

gently (adv)

Remove the filter by rotating it gently anticlockwise. Pour any oil from the filter into the pan. p.42

 

glass flask (n)

Find these things in the picture and write the letters in the boxes. a glass flask. p.41  They should cork the flask and store it in a safe place. (Teacherís book Unit 9)

 

goggles (n pl)

Find these things in the picture and write the letters in the boxes. goggles p.41 He could hurt his eyes.  He should wear goggles.p.41

 

ground (v)

Lower the car to the ground slowly and pour new oil into the engine. p.42

 

handbrake (n)

Check the handbrake is on and jack up the front of the car. Place a shallow pan on the ground under the engine. p.42

 

hard (adj)

But some common adverbs are irregular. Adjective good hard fast Adverb well hard fast. p.43

 

hard (adv)

But some common adverbs are irregular. Adjective good hard fast Adverb well hard fast. p.43

 

hazard (n)

Match these hazards to the correct precaution in 1. p.40 a Trips and falls b Electric shocks C Cuts d Eye injuries and hearing damagee  e Clothing getting caught up in machinery

 

healthy (adj)

You need to lose weight slowly to stay healthy. Try to lose just half a kilogram a week. p.43

 

Hurt(v)

They're in the way. Someone could trip over them and hurt themselves. p.122

 

hurt (v passive)

Which chapter should you turn to for information on: what to do if someone is hurt or there's a

serious problem? p.59

 

icy (adj)

An icy wind is very cold. p.389 Oxford Word Power

 

jack up (v)

Check the handbrake is on and jack up the front of the car. p.42

 

ladder (n)

Find these things in the picture and write the letters in the boxes. ladder p.41

 

laser radiation (n)

An ATM machine where you put your hand to take your money and a CD drive on a computer should have a hazard sign for laser radiation. p.30(TT Pre-int workbook)

 

lead (cable) (n)

A lead cable is a lead (BrE) or a power cord (AmE). p.41

 

leak (n)

Lower the car to the ground slowly and pour new oil into the engine. Check thoroughly under the car for any leaks and clean up any spilt oil. p.42

 

mess (n)

I don't want any mess, so make sure you clean up thoroughly. p.43

 

nasty (adj)

Who took the guard off this machine? Someone could have a nasty accident. p.40

 

nut (bolt) (n)

I can't unscrew this nut. It's too tight. p.43

 

pan (n)

Remove the drain pan and carefully pour the old oil into a container you can seal for disposal. p.42

 

peripheral (PC) (n)

Shut down your computer, disconnect all peripherals (the monitor,keyboard, and mouse, etc.), and remove the cover.p.31(TT Pre-int workbook)

 

physical (adj)

We often use the names of these body parts to describe other physical structures.p.87 Before you remove the cover physically, unplug the PC from the socket.p.32(TT Pre-int workbook)

 

poorly (adv)

This bottle opener is poorly designed. p.44

 

precaution (n)

Where could you see a notice like this? Do you have any similar safety precautions* where you work or study? p.40 A precaution is something you do now to avoid hazards and danger, and to stop problems in the future.

 

proper (adj)

Iíve got to get these pictures in the proper order.p.612 Oxford Word Power I'm afraid it wasn't packed properly.p.44

 

quickly (adv)

You can make adverbs from most adjectives by adding -ly. Quick -ŗquickly.p.43  He climbed quickly to about five kilometres above the ground. p.27

 

regularly (adv)

Repeat this process regularly to keep your engine running well - every 5,000 kilometres is recommended. p.42

 

remove (v)

Remove the drain pan and carefully pour the old

oil into a container you can seal for disposal. p.42

 

renovate (v)

The workshop has been completely renovated and new machinery installed. p.31(TT Pre-int workbook)

 

safely (adv)

He shot some of the balloons with his gun, the chair floated down, and he landed safely. p.22

 

safety (n)

Work in small groups. You are responsible for training some new apprentices on safety in your workplace. p.41

 

seal (v)

Remove the drain pan and carefully pour the old oil into a container you can seal for disposal. p.42

 

shallow (adj)

Check the handbrake is on and jack up the front of the car. Place a shallow pan on the ground under the engine. p.42

 

shelf (n)

Find these things in the picture and write the letters in the boxes. shelf p.41 Heís reaching without a step ladder.  The containers could fall off the shelf. p.41

 

short-sleeved shirt (n)

Workshop Safety Precautions: Wear short-sleeved shirts or roll up shirt sleeves. p.40

 

sink (n)

Find these things in the picture and write the letters in the boxes. sink p.41

 

sleeve (n)

You should roll up your sleeves. p.122

 

slot (n)

Remove the old sound card,  if there is one. Put the new sound card into that slot if it fits.  If your computer doesnít have a sound card, find a free PCI slot. p.31 (TT Pre-int workbook)

 

socket (n)

Find these things in the picture and write the letters in the boxes. socket p.41

 

spill (v)

A The floor's wet. B Did someone spill some water? A Someone could slip. We should clean it up right away. B Yes, and we should turn off all the machines. Someone could get a shock.p.40

 

spilt (adj)

Check thoroughly under the car for any leaks and clean up any spilt oil. p.42

 

stuff (n)

Whatís that green stuff coming out of the bottle? p.770 Oxford Word Power ďAmbition should be made of sterner stuff:  Yet Brutus says he was ambitious, And Brutus is an honorable man.Ē ACT III SCENE II- JULIUS CAESAR by Shakespeare

 

thoroughly (adv)

Check thoroughly under the car for any leaks and clean up any spilt oil. p.42

 

tightly (adv)

Screw in the new filter, rotating clockwise this time. Don't screw it too tightly. p.42

 

tool (n)

Device is a very general term for a tool or piece of equipment, for example, a labour-saving device, a security device. But we have a lot of other words for equipment. p.48

 

trip (fall) (v)

They're in the way. Someone could trip over them and hurt themselves. p.122

 

underneath (prep)

Make sure that it's directly underneath the engine's drain plug. p.42

 

unscrew (v)

Unscrew the drain plug and wait for the oil to drain completely. It will flow out easily. Replace the plug and do it up tightly with a wrench.p.42

 

useless (adj)

This is a very useful device. p.122 The opposite of useful is useless. This new machine is useless. p.842 Oxford Word Power  ĒÖ brains, Now useless, boil'd within thy skull!Ē  Spoken by Prospero in  ACT V. SCENE 1, THE TEMPEST by Shakespeare

 

wrench (n)

Replace the plug and do it up tightly with a wrench. p.42

 

 

 

 

 

Useful phrases

 

 

Be careful!

Be careful not to pull the cable out. p.77

 

Someone could have a nasty accident.

Who took the guard off this machine? Someone could have a nasty accident. p.40

 

Take care.

Title of Unit 9