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T2addicted: liking something very much. adventours: willing to try new and often difficult or dangerous things. aware: knowing that something exists, or having knowledge or experience of a particular thing. bothered: if you are bothered about something, it is important to you and you are worried about it.  cautious: taking care to avoid risks or danger.  critical: saying that someone or something is bad or wrong. decisive: able to make decisions quickly and confidently, or showing this quality. hopeless: very bad at particular activity. impressed: feeling admiration or respect for someone or something. jealous: unhappy and angry because you want something that someone else has.  loyal: always liking and supporting someone or something, sometime when other people do not. mean: unkind or unpleasant. apologise: to tell someone that you are sorry about something you have done. compare with: to say how one person or thing is different from another. cope: to deal successfully with a difficult situation. depend on: to need the help and support of someone or something in order to exist or continue as before. do without: to manage without having something.  have heard of: if you have heard of someone or something, you know that that person or thing exists. laugh at: to show that think someone or something is stupid. T4faint: to studently become unconscious for a short time, usually falling down.  feel dizzy: to feel as if everything is turning round, so that you feel ill or as if you might fall. get in panic: you have a sudden strong feeling of fear that prevents reasonable thought and action. go over and over in your mind: to think repeatedly about an event that has happened. have an upset stomach: to have an illness in the stomach. have difficulty sleeping: to not be able to get to sleep easily or quickly and/or to wake up frequently during the night. lose your appetite: to nor feel like eating. lose your temper: to suddenly become angry. calm down: to stop feeling upset, angry or excited.  come down with: to become ill, usually with a disease that is not very serious.  come round: to become conscious again after an accident or operation.  get down: to make someone feel unhappy or depressed. get over: to get better after an illness, or feel better after something or someone has made you unhappy. throw up: to vomit. 

T5ancestor: a relative who lived a long time ago.  century: a period of 100 years.  citizen: someone who lives in a particular town or city.  decade: a period of ten years, especially a period such as 1860 to 2869, or 1990 to 1999.  found: to bring something into existence.  get the vote: to be allowed to express your choice or opinion in an election. inhabitant: a person or animal that lives in a particular place.  myth: an ancient story about gods and brave people, often one that explains an event in history or the natural world. tribe: a group of people who live together, usually in areas far away from cities, and wgo share the same culture and language.  all the time: continuously. constantly: all the time or often. from time to time: sometimes but not often.  most days/weeks/months: almost every day/week/month. occasionally: sometimes but not often.  T7kneel down: to go down into, or stay in, a position where one or both knees are on the ground.  lean: to move the top part of the body in a particular direction.  mumble: to speak too quietly and not clearly enough for someone to understand you.  rush: to hurry or move quickly somewhere, or to make someone or something hurry or move quickly somewhere. sigh: to breathe out slowly and noisily, often because you are annoyed or unhappy. slap: to hit someone with the flat, inside the part of your hand.  swing open: to open easily and without interruption. tap: to knock or touch something gently.  tremble: to shake slightly, usually because you are cold, frightened or very emotional.  wander: to walk slowly in a relaxed way. whisper: to speak extremely quietly so that people cannot hear. whistle: to make sound by breathing air out through a small hole made with your lips, or through a whistle. before long: soon.  for hours/weeks on end: weeks without stopping.  for some time: for a long period of time. in no time: very soon. the week before last: the week before the one that has just finished. T8affordable: able to be bought or rented by people who do not earn a lot of money. close: a close community is one where people who live in the same area all know each other well.  diverse: varied or different.  industrial: connected with industry, or having a lot of industry and factories, etc. inner-city: in the central part of a city where people live and where there are often problems because people are poor and there are few jobs and bad houses.  

relaxed: a relaxed situation or placed is comfortable and informal.  remote: describes an area, house or village that is a long way from any towns or cities. residential: a residential area has only houses and not offices or factories. rural: relating to the countryside and not to towns. trendy: modern and influenced by the most recent fashions or ideas.  urban: belonging or relating to a town or city. welcoming: friendly or making you feel welcome.  as if/ as though: in a way that seems to show something. T10at fault: responsible for something bad that has happened. at risk: in a situation where something bad is likely to happen. by accident: without intending to. by chance: when something happens because of luck, or without being planned in advance: before a particular time, or before doing a particular thing. in all: used to show the total  amount of something. in detail: including or considering all the information about something or every part of something.  in secret: without telling other people.  out of character: unusual in terms of someones personality out of nowhere: if someone or something appears out of nowhere, it appears suddenly or unexpectedly. angel: someone who is very good, helpful or kind. boiling: very hot. bright: having the possibility of success or fappiness. flood: to fill or enter a place in large numbers or amounts. foggy: vague and unclear. freeze: to suddenly stop moving, especially because you are frightened. frozen: not moving, absolutely still. grill:to ask someone a lot of questions for a long time. hit: to affect something badly. lift:to make someone happier. sail through: to succeed very easily in something, especially a test. stormy: full of difficulties or fights weigh up: to consider something carefully, especially in order to make a decision. T12amuse: to make someone laugh or smile. cheer up: someone cheers up, or something cheers them up , they start to feel happier.   congratulate: to tell someone that you are happy because they have done something good or something good has happened to them. highlight: to attract attention to or emphasise something important. promote: to encourage the popularity, sale, development or existence of something. reassure: to comfort someone and stop them from worrying.  

speak out: to say in public what you think about something such as a law or an official plan or action.  spread: to make a lot of people have a certain feeling.  stimulate: to make someone excited and interested about something. both: two people or things together. either: used when referring to a choice between two possibilities. either or: used to refer to a situation in which there is a choice between two different plans of action, but both together are not possible. neither: not either of two things or people. neither or: used when you want to say that two or more things are not true.  T14: break down: If a machine or vehicle breaks down, it stops working.  drive off: to leave in a car. hold up: to make something or someone slow or late. keep up: to move at the same speed as someone or something that is moving forward so that you stay level with them. pull into: if a vehicle pulls in or into somewhere, it moves in that direction and stop intop there. pull out: if a train pulls out, if starts to leave a station. pull over:  if a vehicle pulls over, it moves to the side of the road and stops. pull up:  if a vehicle pulls up, it stpos, often for a short time. run into: to drive a vehicle into a objet or a person in another vehicle by accident. run over: if a vehicle. slow down: to become slowler, or to make someone or something become slower. speed up: to go or happen faster , or to couse something to happen faster. agree: to say you will do somethnig thtat someone asks you to. confess: to admit that you have done something wrong or something thtat you feel guilty or bad about. enquire: to ask someone for information about something. forbid: to refuse to allow something , especially, or to present a particular plan of action by making it imposible. T16ad break: a short interruption of a television or radio programe to brodcoast advertisements. appeal to: to interest  or attract someone. consumer: a person who buys good or services for their own use. launch: If a company launches a product or service, it makes it available for the first time. sample: a small amount of something that shows you what it is like. sponsor: to give money to someone to support an activity, event or organisation, sometimes as a way to advertise your company or product .