Developing Listening Skills 2nd-Book 2 (E)
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admission
permission to enter something, such as a play or sporting event
Jack was allowed admission into the private club.
available
being possible to use or obtain
Since I had nothing to do during the weekend, I was available to work an extra shift.
bet
I guess
I bet you were angry when you found out that someone stole your new phone.
forget
not to remember something
Don’t forget to brush your teeth before you go to bed.
loop
a shape like a curve or circle made by a line curving right round and crossing itself
He took the two loops and tied them together in a knot.
preview
a showing of something to a small group of people, such as a movie or play, usually before it is shown to the public
We went to a rehearsal of the play to get a preview of what to expect.
roller coaster
a track at a fairground that goes up and down very steep slopes
Roller coasters are one of the main attractions at most amusement parks.
row
a series of people or things in a straight line
In this chart, the rows show us the average income and the vertical columns indicate the decade.
scared
afraid
Even if I am scared, I always act brave.
spot
a certain place or area
We found a good spot on the beach that wasn't too far from the bathroom or the concession stand.
accident
a bad event that often happens suddenly and mistakenly
There are many car accidents in this area, so be careful when driving.
at the same time
at once, simultaneously
She was both elated and saddened at the same time for inexplicable reasons.
designed for
created for a certain purpose
This car was designed for traveling on rocky ground.
distracted
nervous, anxious, or confused because of something
I do not usually get distracted by the background noise in my office.
judgmental
inclined to make judgments, especially moral or personal ones
Justin can be a little judgmental when it comes to other's education.
nervous
feeling uneasy or anxious about something
I was so nervous during the audition that I couldn’t stop my knees from shaking.
steering wheel
the wheel that the driver turns to control the direction that a vehicle goes in
Race cars will have smaller steering wheels than your typical street car.
transportation
an act, system, or business of moving people or goods from one place to another
There are different means of transportation. Each have their advantages and disadvantages.
unpack
to take out something
I was happy to unpack my things and get settled into my hotel room.
wind up
to end up doing something or being somewhere unintentionally
I always said he would wind up in prison.
booster seat
a seat that you put on a car seat, or on a chair at a table, so that a small child can sit higher
The small child required a booster seat so she could eat more comfortably at the table.
exit
a door or similar space that you go through to leave a place
The airplane had six exits.
fit
to be appropriate for something
It is hard to find the piece that fits correctly in this jigsaw puzzle.
forbidden
not allowed
Students are forbidden to have their cell phones on while they are in class.
hood
a moveable part of the car that usually covers the engine on a front-engine vehicle
My dad opened the hood of the car and took a look at the engine.
keep track of
to pay careful attention to
Joe needs to keep track of the emails we've been getting.
pedestrian
any person walking on a sidewalk, across a street, or down a road
In America, most pedestrians have the right of way; this is not true in some other countries.
protect
to defend someone or something from harm or danger
Wearing a helmet can protect your head.
puddle
a small pool of water or liquid on the ground
The pig rolled in the puddle of mud.
under construction
in the process of being completed
The skyscraper has been under construction for the past three years.
according to
as stated or reported by
According to the immigration laws, you are not allowed to work in this country if you are here on a student visa.
assume
to act in a false manner to mislead others as to your true feelings
You shouldn't assume that he doesn't understand language.
cost
to have as a price
The trip will cost you $1,000.
million
the number 1000000
If I had a million dollars, I would buy a brand-new house.
misunderstanding
a confusion
A small misunderstanding led to the demise of their relationship.
necessary
being needed or required
He lacks the necessary skills for the job.
real estate
Real estate businesses or real estate agents sell houses, buildings, and land
Sue needs to move to a new apartment, so she called the real estate company to make an appointment.
statistics
a set of numerical data
The statistics show that teenagers are less likely to attend lectures than those over 20.
vacuum
to clean something with a vacuum
Don't forget to vacuum the living room today.
value
the worth of something in terms of money
The value of a new car decreases the moment it drives off the lot.
alley
a narrow road or path between buildings
The alley behind the buildings was small and dark.
animated
being made to appear as actually moving
The animated movie was actually a bigger hit with adults than children.
blast
a very enjoyable experience that is a lot of fun
The party was a blast.
convenient
suited to a person's comfort or ease of use
Because both parents work, it is convenient for the family to eat fast food.
costume
clothing that people wear in order to look like something or someone that they are not
The actors wore special costumes from 18th century England.
float
a vehicle with special coverings and DECORATIONS that is used in a festival
There were many colorful floats in the Christmas Day parade.
income
the money that one earns from work, business, or property
I need a bigger income to afford a bigger house.
mediocre
average, not outstanding
Most of his work is mediocre.
ride
a machine at an AMUSEMENT park for riding on for fun
The cost of all rides are free when you pay your admission into an amusement park.
survey
a question or a group of questions asked to many people in order to gather information about a particular topic
We took a survey to see how kids reacted to the new grading standards.
breeze
a soft movement of air
The breeze lifted the kite high into the sky.
broom
a brush with a long handle, used for cleaning the floor
Put the broom back in the closet when you are finished using it.
climb
to travel up or down while using the feet and often the hands
We climbed to the top of the mountain and looked over the city.
maid
a female servant in a house or hotel
There is a maid to do the housework.
prefer to
to choose or want one thing rather than another
I prefer to stay home on a hot day rather than go out.
property
a particular quality that someone or something has
Due to the chemical property of cesium, it is difficult and dangerous to obtain.
remodel
to change the structure or shape of something
He remodeled the old building into modern apartments.
shovel
a long tool with a metal scoop on one side that is used for digging
I used the shovel to dig a hole where we were going to plant the tree.
sweep
to clean a surface with a brush
Will you please sweep the front porch for me?
typically
in a way that one normally acts or behaves
Mary, in her typically frank fashion, told Jim that he was being rude.
allergy
a sensitivity to certain substances which causes some people to become sick when they touch, eat or BREATHE it
I have an allergy to animal hair.
check-up
a medical examination by your doctor or dentist to make sure that there is nothing wrong with your health
I need to schedule an appointment for a checkup with Dr. Sanchez.
examine
to look at or check something carefully
Please examine these photos and tell me if you recognize any of the people in them.
food poisoning
an illness of the stomach caused by eating food that contains harmful bacteria
food poisoning can be contracted at a fancy restaurant just as easily as it can at a street vendor's cart.
get over
to come round; recover
It took about ten days for me to get over my cold.
in good shape
appropriate level of fitness for a person of a certain age
He's in good shape for a man of his age.
overall
including everything
Even though the rent is cheaper, our overall cost of living is going to increase because of the location.
recommend
to say someone or something has good qualities and perform well at something
I recommend stretching every morning right after you get out of bed.
sore throat
when the throat is tender due to an illness
One of the first signs of the cold or flu is usually a sore throat.
swollen
larger than normal
After I hit my thumb, it became swollen.
disease
a sickness in a person, animal or plant
Modern medicine can help treat or cure many diseases that were always fatal in the past.
eliminate
to remove something that is no longer wanted or needed
My resolution for next year is to eliminate junk food from my diet.
germ
a tiny living object that is capable of causing sickness and disease
Cover your mouth when you cough. I don't want your germs.
heart attack
a sudden serious medical condition in which the heart stops working normally, sometimes causing death
If you want to reduce the risk of getting a heart attack, you should exercise regularly and try to maintain a reasonable weight.
out of shape
not in good physical condition
I´m a bit out of shape.
reduce
to make something smaller in size, amount, or level
I would like to reduce the amount of coffee I consume each day.
regular
occurring at an established frequency
We receive a newspaper on a regular basis.
scraper
a tool used for scraping, for example for scraping mud from shoes or ice from a car
On cold winter mornings, I usually have to use a scraper to remove the ice on my car's windshield.
supplement
an additional part that is added to something in order to improve or complete it
There are many wonderful nutritional supplements available on the market today.
tablet
a small round piece of medicine which is swallowed
The doctor told me to take two of these tablets to help me sleep at night.
accessory
a piece of equipment that is not necessary for a device to work properly but increases the value or improves the appearance
Sometimes having great accessories can make an average dress look wonderful
change
coins or small bills that you receive in exchange for a larger bill
I paid my subway fare with a dollar in change.
cover
to form a layer over something
The snow covered the entire landscape.
leather
the skin of an animal that has been chemically prepared so that it can be made into something such as clothing or furniture
She is wearing her favorite black leather jacket.
material
another name for cloth
You can buy all the materials you need to make that dress at the fabric store.
owe
to have a commitment to pay someone for something
I owe Kendall 5 dollars from lunch yesterday.
scratch
a small cut on the surface of something
I got a scratch on the door of my new car.
selection
a person, thing or group that is chosen carefully from a larger group
From the selection of clothes on sale, I chose a pretty black dress.
ultimate
being the most important or significant
She made the ultimate gesture of a mother's love when she gave her life to save her son
amusement park
a large park equipped with recreational devices such as roller coasters, games, food, etc.
Our senior class is going to an amusement park to celebrate graduation.
attraction
a fun or interesting place to visit
Niagara Falls is a popular tourist attraction.
coral reef
a line of rock and coral in the sea, often not far from land
The coral reef formation that borders parts of Australia is home to many endangered species of wildlife.
frozen
solid because of cold
The cola became frozen because I left it in the refrigerator.
pile
to put things on top of each other to form a PILE
During the blizzard, the snow piled up on the house until the roof collapsed.
produce
fresh foods such as fruits and vegetables
I prefer that my produce be all organic.
recommend
to say someone or something has good qualities and perform well at something
I recommend stretching every morning right after you get out of bed.
rink
a circular or ovular space that is usually reserved for ice skating
We are going to the rink to watch the hockey match.
agency
a business or organization that offers a specialized service
I bought my tickets to Spain through a travel agency.
deadline
a date or time before which something must be done
When is the deadline for the paper?
degree
a title or certificate given by a university etc
People with professional degrees usually earn more than those without one.
employment
the overall number of jobs in an economy
He was laid off from his job and is now looking for employment.
flexible
able to adjust to new events or requirements easily
Because she was self-employed, her schedule was very flexible.
landscaping
the act of improving the appearance of the land as by planting trees, shrubs, or grass
The landscaping really improved the appearance to our office building.
occupation
a career or regular job
I think it's time for a change in occupation. I'm not going anywhere with my current line of work.
retire
to stop working at a job, usually due to reaching a certain age
My father hopes to retire next year.
support
to provide someone with the money, help, or other necessary things in order to achieve a particular purpose
These days, many mothers support the family as much as the father.
annual
happening once every year
Even despite the challenging economy, our annual sales showed an improvement over last year's.
arrest
to legally take and hold a person believed to have committed a crime
Two teenagers were arrested for the crime.
associate
a two-year degree obtained from a community college
He only needed an associates degree to apply for a position as a iaramedic .
bachelor
a person who earned degree at a university after four years of study
Most companies require that employees have at least a bachelor's degree before they are hired.
perk
something you receive as well as your wages for doing a particular job
perks offered by the firm included a car and free health insurance.?
pharmacist
a person licensed to prepare and dispense drugs and medicines
The pharmacist recommended some tablets for my cold.
repairman
a person whose job is to repair things
The repairman came and fixed the washing machine.
rewarding
providing positive results or feelings
My time working overseas was a rewarding experience.
strategy
a careful plan or method
Our strategy is to attract people with free offers.
automatically
in a way that does not require control from a person
Some people speak automatically, without thinking about what they are going to say.
depend on
to be conditioned or determined by
We may go to the beach tomorrow depending on the weather and how hot it gets.
imagination
the ability to form ideas and pictures in your head, especially of things you have never experienced in real life
This author has a great imagination. His plots are so original and unusual.
interact
to act with something else in order to produce a particular effect
It is a good idea to have children interact with each other at an early age.
interactive
involving communication or INTERACTION between two or more people
This is an interactive program that prompts the user to enter in data and then it performs calculations.
necessity
a thing that is needed or required, or must be done
Food, water, and shelter are necessities in life.
negative
focusing on the bad aspects of someone or something
The candidate received a negative response for changing his views.
patch
a piece of computer program code written as a temporary solution for dealing with a virus in computer software and distributed by the makers of the original program
Follow the instructions below to download and install the patch.
physical
relating to someone's body and not his or her mind or feelings
She is in good physical health.
preschool
a school for children between the ages of 2 and 5 or 6
At pre-school, I learned by playing games and singing songs.
assemble
to put the parts of something together
Her main job is to assemble Christmas ornaments in a factory.
comfortable
being physically relaxed and at ease
These shoes are so comfortable.
customer
a person who purchases goods or a service from a store
Not many customers came today.
equipment
the tools, supplies, or materials needed to perform a task or activity
The right equipment makes the work easier for most people.
in a row
lined up one after another in a straight, singular column
The soldiers were standing in a row.
original
being the first or happening first
As there are many pirated DVDs, it's difficult to find an original one.
recharge
to charge a BATTERY again with an electricity source
I forgot to plug in my phone to recharge it, so now the battery is dead.
replace
to get something new to put in the place of something that is old, broken or missing
We are going to replace the carpet with hardwood this week.
version
a particular variety of something that is different than other varieties of the same thing
Our sports arenas are simply modern versions of the ancient Roman Coliseum.
worth
having a particular value, usually in money
How much do you think that artifact is worth?
arrange
to organize or plan the details of an activity or event before it happens
She arranged for a limousine to pick her mother up from the airport.
bother
to disturb a person when they are busy or want to be alone
It bothers me when people are disrespectful.
developed
having a large number of technological advances
The developed nations of the world have a responsibility to help third world countries thrive.
due to
on account of
due to the small circumference of her head, she could only wear children's hats.
keep in mind
to remember
keep in mind that there will be a pop quiz on this information sometime next week.
reserve
an area of land set aside for the protection of wild animals and plants
Thanks to reserves, animals that were on the verge of extinction like the American Bison, have thrived.
rested
feeling healthy and full of energy because you have had a rest
I awoke feeling rested and refreshed.
rhino
large thick-skinned mammal having one or two upright horns on its snout
The large rhinoceros in the book had a horn on its nose.
souvenir
something bought to remember a place
I brought some souvenirs back from my trip to Japan to show my class.
unattended
without the owner present; not being watched or cared for
Never leave young children unattended.
vary
to be different or to change and become different
Temperatures across the US vary from each region.
carriage
a wheeled vehicle designed for comfort and elegance which was drawn by a horse
The carriage took us for a pleasant ride through Central Park.
confused
not having a full understanding
I was quite confused about what the professor was saying, so I raised my hand to ask some questions.
definitely
in a manner that is clear and easily understood
I definitely do not want to work on a maggot farm.
lift
to move something to higher position
Could you help me lift this box?
sightseeing
the visiting of interesting places, especially by people on holiday
Tom and I went on a sightseeing cruise on the Amazon River.
spoil
to damage something, usually by treating it poorly
Our camping trip was spoilt by bad weather.
toss
to throw something into the air
I tossed the coin into the air to see if it would land on heads or tails.
traditional
involved in a tradition
She wore a traditional piece of clothing called a 'kimono'.
trail
a path, usually through a field or a forest
The trails in the park were covered with leaves and sticks.
travel agent
a place where people go to make flight arrangements for a trip
I visited the travel agent to buy a ticket for my holiday in Hawaii.
available
being possible to use or obtain
Since I had nothing to do during the weekend, I was available to work an extra shift.
average
normal or typical
Many people think that the Sydney Opera House is special, however when I saw it, I thought it was average.
deliver
to bring something somewhere
The mail carrier must deliver the mail in all types of weather.
detail
a small piece of information or fact
Every little detail is helpful in an investigation.
habit
a way in which one usually behaves, often without thinking about it
Some habits are hard to overcome.
leftover
the remains of a meal from a previous night
My parents had to work late so I had leftover chicken for dinner
microwave
a device used to heat food
microwaves allow people to heat food very quickly.
party
a group of people who go somewhere or do something together
The theatre gives a 10% discount to parties of more than ten.
skip
to not do, discuss or deal with something that would typically come or occur next
I know that I shouldn't but I often skip breakfast.
survey
a question or a group of questions asked to many people in order to gather information about a particular topic
We took a survey to see how kids reacted to the new grading standards.
additionally
also; as well
There will be towels provided at the hotel. additionally, bath robes will be provided on request.
affect
to do something that causes a change in someone's situation
Her lack of a college degree started to affect her self-esteem.
connect
to attach something to something else
We were connected to our main branch in Hong Kong so we could have a voice conference.
dish
food that has been prepared in a certain way
The restaurant serves a variety of international dishes.
invent
to create something through thought and reason
Thomas Edison is credited with having invented such items as the light bulb and the phonograph.
platter
a large plate that holds several types of food such as meat or fish
I’ll have the fish platter.
refill
an additional amount of something, such as a drink, once the previous amount is gone
Would you like a refill??
run out of
to use up one's supply of something
I think we are going to run out of rice soon.
spill
to cause a liquid to fall out of its container
The box fell and the toys spilled all over the floor.
stir
to move food or liquid around using a spoon or other objects
To heat soup, you need to stir slowly.
brunch
Brunch is a meal that is eaten in the late morning.
brunch is a combination of breakfast and lunch.
confirm
to state or show whether or not something is true
You need to confirm whether you want to attend the party or not.
confusing
causing one to have no idea about what is right
Since he did not have a map, the streets of the strange city were confusing to him.
depending on
determined by conditions or circumstances that follow
depending on your behavior, I'll let you stay up late to watch your movie.
end up
to finally become
After dating for over ten years, they finally ended up getting married.
fill out
to write information on a form
Please fill out this medical history report while you wait to see the doctor.
forget
not to remember something
Don’t forget to brush your teeth before you go to bed.
luxury
great comfort as provided by expensive and beautiful possessions
I reserved a room for my wife and I at a luxury hotel.
registration form
some type of form that requires one's information such as name, address, ect.
Will you fill out this registration form?
accommodation
(plural) a place to stay, often a hotel
Our hotel has the most luxurious accommodations available.
appreciate
to be thankful or grateful for something or someone
I really appreciated the birthday card. I thought everyone forgot.
expensive
being costly; having a high price or value
New cars today are so expensive. I'd rather buy a used one.
porch
an exterior part of a building, usually a home, that has a cover
During summer evenings, I like to sit out on the porch and relax.
preference
the act or feeling of liking, desiring, or preferring something or someone over other things and people
I have a preference for comfortable clothes rather than stylish ones.
rectangular
having the shape of a RECTANGLE
We used rectangular bricks to build a sturdy wall.
roadside
the area of land that is on the side of the road
There was some beautiful scenery along the roadside.
run
to direct business
Marie runs the largest furniture store in the city.
skyscraper
an extremely tall building in a city
The Empire State Building in New York is one of the most recognizable skyscrapers in the world.
wrap
to cover or ENCLOSE something with a thin material such as paper or cloth
The clerk carefully wrapped the new wine glasses in paper.
camel
a large desert animal that with a long neck and one or two large masses on its back
Tom couldn’t balance properly on the camel's back.
comfort
a state of being at ease and relaxed, without any pain or bother
The hotel offers a high standard of comfort and service.
dedicate
to work hard on something because you consider it to be important
After being confined to a wheelchair, Stephen Hawking dedicated his life to studying the universe.
experienced
to see, feel, or do something, or to have something happen to you
I am looking for an experienced architect.
gear
the supplies necessary for a special purpose
Before I went hiking, I bought some new gear like a backpack and hiking boots.
initial
the first letter of a person's name
John Fitzgerald Kennedy was often known by his initials JFK.
liftoff
the process in air travel when a vehicle leaves the Earth or ground
The liftoff of the rocket went perfectly.
load
to take or put in, on or into something for carrying or transporting
The workers on the dock loaded the ship with goods to be sent overseas.
spectacular
impressive or out of the ordinary
The Grand Canyon has many spectacular steep sides.
touchdown
the process in air travel when a vehicle returns to the Earth or ground
When riding on a plane, touchdown is always the most exciting part for me.
antique
coming from an earlier time and often being valuable
Donna enjoys shopping for antique furniture.
appointment
an agreement to meet someone at a specific time and place for a particular reason
My dental appointment is at two o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
arrange
to organize things or people in a particular way
Can you arrange the books alphabetically according to the authors surname?
block
to prevent something or someone from reaching something or someone else
The defense successfully blocked the goal.
cargo
the goods carried in a ship or plane
The tanker began to spill its cargo of oil.
completion
the act of finishing something
At the completion of my contract, I will move to another city.
convertible
a car that has a top that can be folded down
On nice days I like to take a drive in my convertible and let the wind blow in my hair.
route
a path or way that a person or animal regularly travels long
Traffic was terrible on the main highway, so I decided to take a different route.
sidewalk
a paved path for walking next to the street
I like to keep the sidewalk in front of my house clear so people can pass by easily.
transport
to take someone or something from one place to another in a vehicle
The train will transport the equipment needed for the soldiers.
break
to change a banknote for coins or smaller notes
Can you break a twenty-dollar bill?
by chance
by coincidence; by accident
by chance Mark was going my way, so he gave me a ride home.
charge
to require money for a service
The high hourly amount lawyers charge for their services should be considered criminal.
double
to become twice as great in size or degree
Our sales doubled from last year's amount.
loan
to give something to someone that you allow them to use, but which they must return to you after a period of time
I loaned Tom the book three months ago, but he still hasn't returned it.
paycheck
a salary or wage check
Most employees work hard to receive their paycheck.
robber
a thief or criminal who illegally takes other people's money or property without their permission
The police were able to capture the robber who broke into our garage.
savings account
an account designed for the purpose of accumulating funds
My father opened up a savings account for me when I was ten to help me learn how to manage money.
shame
a cause for feeling sad or disappointed
It was a shame you weren’t there.
slip
a small strip of paper
After you pay, you will be given a slip that needs to be filled out and handed back in.
burn
to use as fuel for a fire
All his belongings were burnt in the fire.
calculator
a small, simple computer used to make mathematical calculations
We were allowed to use a calculator during our math exam.
cash
to exchange something, such as a check, for actual money
He cashed his paycheck and went shopping.
checkbook
a book containing blank checks or orders on a blank
You should always make sure that your checkbook balance is correct.
checking account
an account that is designed to utilize the funds in one's bank account for the payment of goods and services via check
You should really use your checking account for paying bills and withdrawing money not your savings account.
disappear
to stop being VISIBLE
The father often disappears for several hours a day; he needs to be alone.
purchase
to buy something with money
When you purchase something, make sure its something you need.
realize
to understand or sense something
When it started to rain, he realized that he should have brought his umbrella.
slot
a long narrow opening, into which you put or fit something
She puts some coins in the slot.
stack up
to be arranged in or form a stack or pile
I stacked up all the cups and put them on the counter.
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