Most common nouns 1 - 50

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seconds, minutes, hours; you check it on a clock, watch or in a calendar

a cycle of 365 or 366 days

the plural form of the noun "person"

a) where the cars drive b) a method of doing something

a) 24 hours b) when the sun is up, not night

a male adult

an object

a female adult

when we are born our life begins, when we die our life comes to an end

a young person

the place where we live, not only the Earth, everything which exists; "world" is a general world

the place where children go to learn

a) condition of somebody / something b) country or a part of a country as a unit e.g. the United States of America

family consists of your mother, father, brothers, sisters, children

a person who learns at a university

a few objects of similar features e.g. a group of people = a few (three, four, five...) people

Poland, Germany, England, the USA

a situation which is difficult and you do not know how to deal with it

a) if a problem is "hard" it means its "difficult", not easy b) if an object is hard you cannot change its structure, e.g. you cannot break it

a piece of a whole

a location of something

a) a kind of box b) a formal word for a situation

there are seven days in a week: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday

a) a business firm b) people who are with you

a set of connected things which make up a whole and work together

a) software b) show on TV, the radio or Internet c) plan
British English: programme

if somebody asks you a question, they want you to know something

something people do every day e.g. from 10 o'clock to 4 o'clock to get money

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a group of people who deal with politics and who give new rules

1, 2, 3, 4, 5 etc. - they are numbers

people sleep at night, the moon is up and the sun is down

short version of Mister - a nice formal way to call a man, usually after Mr there is a surname of the person

if you do something well (e.g. an exercise) you may get points

the place where you live

water is what people have to drink every day; there is water in the rivers, seas, oceans etc.

area usually surrounded by four walls, it can have door and windows; there are many types of rooms e.g. dining room, living room, bedroom etc.

the woman who gives birth to a child and who takes care of her child

a part of a place

pieces of paper or coins you use to pay for something - you give someone some money and you get the product you want

a description of what happened or of imaginary, unreal things

something which is true and known

There are 12 months in a year: January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December

a) everything or everybody b) a group of things or people c) fate

if you have a right to do something it means you can do something

to learn

a lot of pieces of paper with words on them put together; a book can tell a story or describe how to do something; you read books

people have two eyes to see

the profession you have

people use words to communicate; single units made up of letters

a) a company b) work c) what you deal with


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