Welcome to the KFUPM PYP Vocabulary Page
                                                                                   

 

Word

Example sentence

Arabic

airbag (n)

Thereís a seat belt at the front, and thereís an air bag too. p.25

 

air vent (n)

There is also a clock and an air vent and there are six sockets, four gauges, three knobs, and five switches. p.22

 

alarm bell (n)

There's an alarm bell in the centre at the bottom, and there are four fuses at the bottom on the right. p.23

 

also (adv)

There is also a clock and an air vent and there are six sockets, four gauges, three knobs, and five switches. p.23

 

anti-clockwise (adv)

We turn the knobs clockwise and anti-clockwise. p.23

 

at (prep)

Work with a partner. A - look at the information below. B - look at file 11 on  page 105. p.23

 

bathroom (n)

Toilets (BrE) or bathrooms (AmE) are some of the symbols of hotel facilities shown in the pictures. p.24

 

breakfast (n)

It opens for breakfast at seven tomorrow morning. p.121

 

building (n)

Ask and answer questions about the facilities of the building you're in now. Use the symbols in 1. p.24

 

car doors (n pl)

Where are the car doors?  p.25

 

car park (n)

A car park (BrE) or a parking lot (AmE) are some of the symbols of hotel facilities shown in the pictures. p.24

 

child (n); children (n pl)

Q How many people are there in the car?

A None, but there are three dummies. Thereís a

dummy of a man at the front and a woman and  child at the back, but they arenít real people.p.25

 

 

circles (n pl)

Is this a dummy too?  There are circles on its clothes. p.25

 

clock (n)

There is also a clock and an air vent and there are six sockets, four gauges, three knobs, and five switches. p.22

 

clockwise (adv)

Turn the knobs clockwise. p.23

 

close (v)

Close the air vent. p.23

 

clothes (n pl)

Is this a dummy too?  There are circles on its clothes. p.25

 

coffee bar (n)

A coffee bar is one of the symbols of hotel facilities shown in the pictures. p.24

 

computer (n)

Internet computers are one of the symbols of hotel facilities in the pictures. p.24

 

control panel (n)

Look at this control panel. Read the text and find these controls. p.22

 

controls (n pl)

Look at this control panel. Read the text and find these controls. p.22

 

cover (n)

Unlock the cover. p.23

 

crash test (n)

Yes, it's a 56 km/h crash test. p.25

 

describe (v)

Describe your control panel to your partner.   Find the differences. p.23

 

down (adv)

The switches are off and the lever is down. p.22

 

dummy (n); dummies (n pl)

If a word ends with a consonant +-y, remove -y and add -ies.

dummy -> dummies, battery -> batteries. p.25

 

elevator (n)

What facilities are there at the hotel?  Is there an elevator? p.24

 

facilities (n pl)

What facilities are there at the hotel?  Is there an elevator? p.24

 

fan (n)

Turn off the fan. p.23

 

feet (n)

These words have irregular plurasl:  5. foot    Öfeet. p.25

 

find out (v)

Find out what's in your partner's storeroom and write it in the correct square. p.15

A hotel guest wants five things. What are they? Listen and find out. p.24

 

fire (n)

Q Is there a fire here?

A No,there isnít. It's an air bag. p.25

 

fitness centre (n)

A Where's the fitness centre?

B It's on the twenty-second  floor: The Presidentís Fitness Club. p.24

 

handle (n)

The umbrellas (in 9) donít have handles.  p.31

 

hotel (n)

What facilities are there at the hotel? Is there a restaurant in the hotel? p.24

 

hotel guest (n)

A hotel guest wants five things. What are they? Listen and find out. p.24

 

in (prep)

What facilities are there at the hotel? Is there a minibar in the room? p.24

 

internet (n)

Internet computers are one of the symbols of hotel facilities in the pictures. p.24

 

keypad (n)

There are two LCD displays on the right in the centre and there is a keypad at the bottom on the right. p.22

 

knob (n)

There is also a clock and an air vent and there are six sockets, four gauges, three knobs, and five switches. p.22

 

LCD display (n)

There are two LCD displays on the right in the centre and there is a keypad at the bottom on the right. p.22

 

lever (n)

There are three levers at the top on the left. p.22

 

lock (n)

The lock (i) is under the handle (j) in the picture of the control station. p.23

 

lock (v)

What do we lock and unlock (in the control station on p.23)?

 

lounge (n)

Whereís the lounge?  Itís on the second floor: ďThe Rio Lounge.Ēp.24

 

man (n)

Q How many people are there in the car?

A None, but there are three dummies. Thereís a

dummy of a man at the front and a woman and  child at the back, but they arenít real people.p.25

 

 

measure (v)

There are sensors in its body too. They help us measure its movement. p.25

 

meeting rooms (n pl)

Meeting rooms are one of the symbols of hotel facilities in the pictures. p.24

 

men (n pl)

These words have irregular plural forms (2) man Ömen p.25

 

microphone (n)

Do you have the microphones? p.30

 

mime (v)

Watch your teacher mime some of the instructions. Say the instructions. p.23

 

morning (n)

It opens for breakfast at seven tomorrow morning. p.121

 

move (v)

Q Where are the car doors?  A. There arenít any. We want to see the dummies move. .25

 

movement (n)

There are sensors in its body too. They help us measure its movement. p.25

 

near (prep)

Is there a restqurant near the hotel? p.24

 

off (adj)

The switches are off and the lever is down. p.22

 

on (adj)

There are three levers at the top on the left. p.22 on the right, at the top, at the bottom, in the centre

 

open (v)

Close the air vent. - Open the air vent. p.23

 

parking lot (n)

A car park (BrE) or a parking lot (AmE) are some of the symbols of hotel facilities shown in the pictures. p.24

 

person (n); people (n pl)

Some plurals are irregular. one person - two people. p25

 

photocopier (n)

Photocopiers are one of the symbols of hotel facilities in the pictures. p.24

 

picture (n)

Read about some more controls and  look at the picture. There are some mistakes in the text. Find the mistakes and correct them. p.22

 

plug in (v)

Read these instructions. Plug in the control station. p.23

 

point to (v)

Point to the correct part of the control station. p.23

 

pool (n)

Swimming pool is one of the symbols of hotel facilities in the pictures. p.24

 

pull (v)

Read these instructions. Pull the lever. p.23

 

push (v)

What do we pull and push?  The lever. p.23

 

real (adj)

Look at the pictures. How many vehicles and people are there? Are they real people? p.25

 

reception desk (n)

A reception desk is one of the symbols of hotel facilities in the pictures. p.24

 

remove (v)

Remove and replace the fuses when they burn out. p.23

 

restaurant (n)

Is there a  restaurant in the hotel? p.24

 

room service (n)

What about room service?  Iím afraid thereís no room service. p.121

 

seat belts (n pl)

What about seat belts?  Thereís a seat belt at the front, and  thereís an air bag too. p.25

 

sign (n)

Look at this elevator sign. p.24

 

smoking area (n)

A smoking area is one of the symbols of hotel facilities in the pictures. p.24

 

socket (n)

There is also a clock and an air vent and there are six sockets, four gauges, three knobs, and five switches. p.22

 

stairs (n pl)

Some stairs are one of the symbols of hotel facilities in the pictures. p.24

 

swimming pool (n)

A swimming pool is one of the symbols of hotel facilities in the pictures. p.24

 

switch (n)

A There are two switches.  B Where are they? A On the right at the top. B Are they on or off?

 

telephones (n pl)

Telephones are one of the symbols of hotel facilities in the pictures. p.24

 

test (n)

It's just a test?  Yes, it's a 56 km/h crash test. p.25

 

thing (n)

For one thing ask Are there any .. .? / Is there a(n) ... ?

For two or more things ask Are there any ... ? / Is there a(n) ... ?

 

toilets (n pl)

Toilets (BrE), or bathrooms (AmE) are one of the symbols of hotel facilities in the pictures. p.24

 

tomorrow

It opens for breakfast at seven tomorrow morning. p.121

 

tooth (n); teeth (n pl)

These words have irregular plural forms.  tooth  Öteeth

 

turn (v)

Read these instructions.  Turn the knobs clockwise. p.23

 

turn off (v)

Read these instructions.  Turn off the fan. p.23

 

underline (v)

Underline the words in, on, and at in the text in 1. p.22

 

unlock (v)

Read these instructions.  Unlock the cover. p.23

 

unplug (v)

What do we plug in and unplug? p.23

 

vehicle (n)

Look at the pictures. How many vehicles and people are there? p.25

 

 

 

 

Useful phrases

 

 

at the back

Thereís a dummy of a man at the front and a woman and  child at the back, but they arenít real people.p.25

 

 

at the bottom

There are two LCD displays on the right in the centre and there is a keypad at the bottom on the right.

 

at the front

Thereís a seat belt at the front, and  thereís an air bag too. p.25

 

at the top

There are three levers at the top on the left. p.22

 

in the centre

Where's the clock?   It's in the centre on the left.

 

Itís not working.

Is there and elevator? Yes, there is.  But itís not working. p.121

 

on the left

There are three levers at the top on the left. p.22

 

on the right

Where are the switches?  They're on the right at the top.

 

over there

B Is there an elevator?  A Yes, there is.  B Good.  Where is it? A Over there. But itís not working. p.121

 

There are Ö

For one thing, use there isÖ.For two or more things, use there are ...p.22

 

There is Ö

For one thing, use there isÖ.For two or more things, use there are ...p.22

 

Where is it?

Where is it?  --title of the unit (Unit 5). p.22