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Good to see you.
Nice meeting you.
This is...
train station
train station
The train pulled into the train station on time.
get married
get married
My sister got married last week.
head
head
Where are we heading?
get together
a small gathering
We had a small get together at my house over the weekend.
Thanks for the ride.
contest
an event people do things to win
Mila and Victor won the dance contest!
reporter
someone whose job is to research, gather, write, and report news for a newspaper, magazine, television or radio station.
I am a school newspaper reporter.
I’m great.
future
time that is yet to come
What do you plan to do with your life in the future?
congratulations
a phrase that expresses joy about another person's success
When somebody wins a competition of some kind, it is common to wish them congratulations.
cook
a person who cooks, especially for a living
Where did you learn to cook?
I’m sick.
newspaper
a paper, printed daily or weekly, containing news etc
The newspaper describes events around the world.
coworker
a person who works in the same company
The woman has handed the bucket to a coworker.
company
people and things that make up a business
They should be polite when their parents have company.
intern
employee
a person employed for wages, a salary?etc
Being an employee is easier than being a good employer.
CEO

The ceo has influence on the employees.
secretary
a person hired in an office with job responsibilities such as keeping records, answering telephones, etc.
She is the secretary for that company’s boss.
boss
a person in charge of other people at work
My boss is a nice person.
meeting
an occasion when people come together in order to discuss things and make decisions
We will have a meeting to talk about the problem.
graduate
to complete a level of schooling
My class will graduate next month.
draw
(the art of making) a picture made with a pencil, crayon etc
She drew a house.
pop star
a famous pop singer
I spoke with the pop star once.
clothes
the things that people wear to cover their bodies
I have four layers of clothes on.
creative
able to think up new and original ideas
We need more creative thinking.
fashion designer
someone who designs clothing
Who thinks of these great ideas? Fashion designers!
bridge
bridge
This bridge is free for everyone to cross.
urban
of or relating to cities and the people who livein them
The population in urban areas is greater than the population in rural areas.
bay
a large area of water partly surrounded by land
We swam out in the bay
rural
in the country; not near a city
Many newer homes have solar panels on their roofs to take advantage of the sun as a source for free energy.
mountain
a section of land above ground that is higher than a hill
The climbers went up the mountain.
state
to say something in speech or writing, usually in a formal way
The warranty clearly states that all mechanical problems will be taken care of free of charge.
temperature
the amount or degree of cold or heat
The temperature in the desert is very high during the day.
dry
having no or very little water
Make sure you dry your hair before you step outside.
season
a time of the year
Fall is a warm season, while winter is very cold.
forecast
an idea about what the weather will be like in the future
Weather forecasts are not always accurate.
clear
relating to the state of being pure and without spots, cracks, or flaws
She clears the table after lunch.
weather
the condition of the air: hot, rainy, windy, etc.
I love very warm and sunny weather.
engineering
the work of designing and creating roads,bridges, buildings, products, or systems
My brother was a civil engineering student in college; he hoped to build bridges one day.
choose
to select; to make a choice
If you choose someone or something, you decide which person or thing you want to have.
mechanic
someone who has the job of fixing machines,often cars
Do you know a good car mechanic?
architect
someone who designs buildings
A(n) architect drew up the plans for Keawe’s house.
major
very serious or bad
Janet wants to major in mathematics.
tuition
the money a student pays to a college, university or private school
Out-of-state tuition is a lot more expensive than tuition paid by residents of the state where the university is located.
sibling
a person with the same parents as someone else
Do you live in a nuclear family, with just your parents and siblings?
fat
the soft flesh under an animal's skin that stores energy and helps keep the animal warm
We need to think about our fat cat’s health.
thin
(of people or animals) not fat
She was looking pale and thin.
friendly
kind and willing to make friends
The staff is hardworking, polite and friendly.
shy
nervous and uncomfortable with other people
The young boy is very shy.
serious
being dangerous or having a potentially negative effect
You can never tell when he's serious.
intelligent
having or showing the ability to learn or understandthings
The lawyer is very intelligent.
smile
to make the corners of your mouth turn up or show your teeth in an expression of happiness
He had a big smile on his face.
laugh
the sound made when someone is happy or a funny thing occurs
to show happiness with sound and a smile
set a goal
talk with
attend
to be present
Many students attend this class on protecting the environment.
difficult
hard to do or understand; not easy
The hike up the mountain was very difficult.
foreigner
a person who is from a different place or country
As a foreigner, Mark was easily lost as he traveled through Europe.
pilot
pilot
Our pilot told us to fasten our seat belts because we were about to land.
international
being present, known or active in two or more countries
Many people attended the international meeting.
curious
being interested in something and wanting to learn more about it
They were very curious about the people who lived nextdoor.
half
one of two equal parts
He has a half share in the company.
winner
a person or thing that wins something such as a contest or prize
The winner of the marathon was Jerry Chan.
league
a group of people or countries joined together because of common interests or goals
United were league champions last season.
champion
someone who wins a contest over all others
A champion is someone who has won the first prize in a competition, contest, or fight.
miss
to feel the loss of something
Pablo really misses his mom.
algebra
math that deals with general statements of relations and other symbols to represent specific sets of numbers, values, etc.
You need to know basic math skills before you can enroll in an algebra class.
grade
a class of year at school
Lesley started first grade today.
pitch
a measure of high or low a sound is
In baseball, the pitcher tries to pitch the ball to the catcher without letting the batter hit it with the bat.
cheer
to give a loud shout of encouragement to someone
The fans are cheering for their favorite baseball team.
elementary school
four to eight years of child's education
elementary school teaches children basic subjects.
middle school
level between elementary and high school
middle school students like team building activities.
high school
a school that cimprises grades 9 to 12
Then, Bill Gates graduated from high school.
graduate
to complete a level of schooling
My class will graduate next month.
class of...
degree
(an) amount or extent
To a certain degree, the students liked working on the final project.
fine arts
business administration
mathematics
the study of numbers, quantities, and shapes
mathematics is important to study.
elementary education
physical education
a class in which you do various sports
physical education is popular in school.
nursing
the care of the sick or infirm
Her parents said nursing was a job for poor women.
software engineering
cosmetology
law school

He graduated law school in 1991.
film school
graduate school
medical school
an institution that teaches about medicine
I always dreamed of going to medical school, but my grades weren't good enough so I was unable to go.
vocational school
director
the person responsible for the interpretive aspects of a stage, film, or television production
The director organized an orientation for incoming students.
garden
a piece of ground with many plants
There were no flowers left in the garden.
stadium
a large sports-ground or racecourse?usually?with seats for spectators
The game was played at a stadium.
swimming pool
pool that provides a facility for swimming
So the hippopotamus got into the swimming pool.
fountain
a structure, often decorative, from which a jet or stream of water issues
I threw a coin into the fountain and made a wish.
quad
dormitory
a school building where students live
I think it will be exciting to live in a dormitory.
theater
a building or area with a stage on which something is performed such as a play
Which theater is the play showing at?
admissions building
expensive
costing a great deal
I get very nervous because I'm using a lot of expensive equipment.
housing
a frame or structure that protects part of a machine
The engine housing was broken by car accident.
meal plan
expenses
afford
to be able to pay for something or afford its costs
Some students can afford to eat out every day because their parents pay for their tuition.
scholarship
money given to one so they can go to school
To get a scholarship, she did study very hard last semester.
loan
a sum of money borrowed at a rate of interest
She took out a loan from the bank to pay for her college education.
reasonable
referring to a logical and right thing to do
Olivia believed her uncle was not reasonable because he wanted her to marry a man who was old and ugly.
fountain
a structure, often decorative, from which a jet or stream of water issues
I threw a coin into the fountain and made a wish.
science library
administration building
courtyard
A courtyard is an outdoor area that is surrounded by the walls of a building.
During the summer, the courtyard is a nice place to have lunch.
food court

Let’s eat lunch in the food court.
athletic center
concert hall

One day I will play in a concert hall and wear a tuxedo.
laboratory
a room where a scientist works
Science experiments are performed in a laboratory.
garage
garage
We parked our car in the downtown garage while we went shopping.
student center
a central public meeting place for students at a university
solving problems
doing experiments
taking notes
doing research
lecture
a formal talk given to students or other audiences
Lord Goring did not want to listen to his father’s lecture on marriage.
dislike
a feeling of not enjoying something
You may each have different likes and dislikes.
like
Such as
Steve really likes the color blue.
hate
hate
I hate going to school so early in the morning.
classmate
a pupil in the same school class.
It is important that all students learn to get along with other classmates, even if they are not particularly fond of them.
club
an organization for people interested in a particular activity or subject, or the place where such an activity is held
It is fun and exciting to belong to a science club.
chat
to talk in a friendly and informal way with someone
Even though they were far apart, the couple chatted every day.
get along
to be friendly to someone
You don't seem to get along with the new students.
improve
to (cause to) become better, of higher quality?etc
If you study hard, you can improve your math scores.
extracurricular activity
assignment
a particular task or duty
Her assignment in history class was to read chapters 6 and 7.
agriculture
the growing of food and animals
agriculture allows far larger population densities.
industry
the companies and activities involved in the process of producing goods for sale
The recording industry is at the top.
keep up
historical
associated with or relating to history or the past
A historical event happened 100 years ago today.
presentation
the manner in which written work?etc?is presented or set out
The sales manager will give a presentation on the new products.
participate
to take part in an activity or event with others
You should participate in class more often.
never
never
Mom is never going to let you drive again.
hardly ever
occasionally
occasionally
I visit the mall occasionally, not often.
sometimes
in an occasional manner
Bob sometimes skips school.
often
many times
I often go to the library to borrow books.
usually
normally; regularly
People usually shake hands when they introduce themselves.
always
always
We always eat fruit after dinner.
(by) plane
(by) train
(by) car
(by) bicycle/bike
(by) subway
on foot
on foot
How long does it take to get to the bookstore on foot?
(by) boat
(by) taxi
boring
not interesting or fun
Jason hates staying inside because it is so boring.
interesting
getting and holding someone's attention
I found the discussion really interesting.
exciting
making someone so interested that they can feel it in their body
That movie was really exciting!
relaxing
pleasant and helps you to relax
Let’s do something relaxing.
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.
annoying
making someone feel slightly angry
She has some annoying eating habits.
tiring
making one feel tired
Shopping can be tiring because you are walking all day.
amazing
surprising in a pleasing way
It is amazing that humans walked on the moon.
turn left

Go straight and turn left.
go straight

go straight and turn left.
turn right

Go straight and turn right.
on the corner
one block
across the street from
beside / next to
between
concerning the relationship of two things or people
The relationship between the consumer and the provider is very important.
apartment
apartment
She has a nice apartment in the city.
heat
to make something warm or hot
He lighted the fire to heat the cold room.
lights
furnished
complete with furniture
Do you have a fully-furnished studio apartment?
unfurnished
without furniture
We rented an unfurnished apartment.
month
a period of time lasting about 30 days
We are going on a vacation to the beach this month.
happy
happy
The cat looks happy to be here.
afraid
feeling fear, frightened
Will was not afraid to sneak into Robin’s house.
angry
feeling or showing anger
She didn’t do her homework, so her father is angry.
tired
wanting to rest or sleep
I am tired. I am going to take a nap.
sad
sad
My sister is sick. I am sad.
surprised
showing or feeling surprise
I was surprised when I found out about the death of my friend's mom.
upset
to be angry and sad
He is upset because he got into trouble at school today.
nervous
feeling uncertain about future events or results
I was so nervous during the audition that I couldn’t stop my knees from shaking.
balcony
a raised platform that is connected to the side of a building and surrounded by a low wall or railing
The President stood on the balcony waving to the crowd below.
sink
to move down beneath the surface of water, mud, etc.
You are going to wash the dishes in the sink tonight.
bathtub
a bath (for washing in)
Filling up a bathtub needs a lot of water.
rug
a thick piece of material that covers part of a floor
This rug is very old and dirty.
stove
an apparatus using coal, gas, electricity or other fuel, used for cooking, or for heating a room: a gas/electric (cooking) stove
Gas stoves, although efficient, are very dangerous.
home office
view
to look at or observe something
I viewed him with suspicion.
ceiling fan
clothing store
a sotre where men's clothes are sold
I bought some dresses at the clothing store.
bakery
bakery
We bought a cake at the bakery.
supermarket
a large store that sells food and other products
What do you want to buy at the supermarket?
bank
a place where money is lent or exchanged, or put for safety and/or to acquire interest
My father told me to put my money in the bank.
gallery
a large room or building in which paintings, statues?etc?are on show
The gallery was very bright.
gym
a place for exercise
Classes were offered to those living in Hull House and the house also had an art gallery, gym, bathhouse, and library.
park
to stop and leave (a motor car?etc) for a time
The park has many pine trees in it.
market
a public place where people meet to buy and sell or the public event at which this happens
Hans wanted to sell his flowers at the market.
museum
a place where collections of things of artistic, scientific or historic interest are set out for display.
The history museum is closed on Sundays.
pharmacy
a store that prepares and sells medicines
I had to go to the pharmacy to pick up some medicine.
in the morning
in the morning
What time do you wake up in the morning?
in the afternoon
in the afternoon
She asked me if I can go shopping in the afternoon.
in the evening
in the evening
Do you want to go for a movie in the evening?
at night
at night
The moon only comes out at night.
on the weekend
on Monday, on Tuesday etc.
in January, in February, etc.
at 2 o’clock
at 10:35
act up

Well, Mom did say that her toaster is acting up.
drop off
to deliver or deposit at a specific place
I will drop off the essay tomorrow for you.
kick out
to remove or eject someone from a program or a place
I was kicked out of class for arguing with the teacher.
look after
to take care of; to care for someone
Who's going to look after the children while you're away?
look in on
look up
to find a piece of information by looking in a book or using a computer
got home
ran
ate breakfast
drank coffee
woke up
went to the gym
had lunch
took the subway
left for school
made dinner
read news
check online
camel
a desert animal with one or two humps on its back
The camel was able to go days without water.
Morocco
a country in North Africa
desert
to abandon; to forsake
The camel lived in the desert.
jungle
an area of land filled with a variety of plants growing close together
Monkeys, lions, snakes, and birds live in the jungle.
Costa Rica
thrill-seeker
explore
to travel around an area in order to learn about it
The Vikings were the first Europeans to explore North America.
tour
a journey to several places and back
My family is going to tour around Japan.
option
a choice or possibility
Which movie do you want to see? It’s your choice.
off the beaten path
spicy
tasting or smelling of spices
Korean's enjoy eating spicy food.
extreme heat
China
the largest country in eastern Asia
One of the earliest censuses was taken in china, more than 4000 years ago!
yum
hate
hate
I hate going to school so early in the morning.
India
a subcontinent in South Asia
When you go to india, will we still be friends?
Good point.
river
a large stream of water
Although it's fun to play in the river, you must be careful.
riverboat
hike
to walk in the mountains or forest
I went for a hike last weekend.
trail
A trail is a path through a wild area.
Sometimes the bushwalking trail is not very clear.
fan
someone who supports and admires a person, sport, sports team, etc.
She is a big fan of this team.
ad
a picture, short film, article etc. which tries to persuade people to buy a product or service
I saw a funny ad on TV last night.
adventure
an unusual experience that is possibly dangerous
They had some exciting adventures on their vacation.
travel agency
A travel agency is a business which makes arrangements for people's holidays and journeys.
I visited the travel agency to buy a ticket for my holiday in Hawaii.
book
book
I want to book two seats for the movie.
compare
to look at differences in things and decidewhich thing is better
He doesn't compare to his brother.
ASAP
deal
to do business, trade
Whose turn is it to deal the cards?
date
to do activities with someone that you like or are attracted to
The date of the trip is the 28th.
ticket
a printed piece of paper that shows that someone has paid to enter a place or travel somewhere
She had tickets to watch a TV show!
click
to make a short, sharp sound
When the man was putting the two pieces of the rifle together, there was a loud click.
airport
a place where airplanes arrive and leave
Most planes land at airports.
print
to produce a copy by using a machine that presses ink to a surface
Since the printer was broken, I couldn't print the article.
passport
the papers needed to travel to another country
If you plan on traveling abroad you will need a passport to exit your country.
afraid of heights
window seat
aisle seat
aisle
An aisle is a space between two things that people use to walk.
They walked up the broad aisle.
middle seat
overhead compartment
baggage cart
check in
to say who you are when you arrive at a hotel
I will call you as soon as I have checked in somewhere.
check-in counter

Steve asked the guy at the check-in counter.
gate
an opening in a fence covered by some type of door
The gate to the garden is beautiful.
terminal
If something is terminal, then it causes or results in death.
Which terminal does the flight leave from?
escalator

We need to take an elevator or escalator.
lost
missing; no longer to be found
We always get lost in London.
late
polite way to say “dead”
The couple threw lavish parties in Egypt.
pass
a ticket or number that allows you to ride something or enter somewhere
I passed the bottle to my friend Bob.
check
to look into something
Will you check if the weather is nice?
scale
to climb to the top of
I always weigh myself on the bathroom scale in the locker room.
heavy
having great weight
My backpack is full of books so it's very heavy.
suitcase
a large rectangular case with a handle for carrying clothes and other possessions
He had two suitcases for the trip to Boracay.
carry-on

All that you need is a small carry-on bag.
boarding pass

Flight 683 to Berlin is now boarding at gate 7. Have your boarding pass ready.
flight
a journey in a plane
My flight to China is in three hours.
bin
a container that holds things.
He put his trash in the bin.
conveyor belt
metal detector
duty-free shop
anxious
worry that something bad will happen
She was anxious about not making her appointment on time.
excited
feeling happy and interested
Felix is excited for the big basketball game tonight.
stressed
to give emphasis or special importance to something
Whenever I have a big exam to pass, I always feel extremely tired and stressed.
terrified
feeling very afraid
She is terrified of snakes.
follow
to go behind someone and go where they go
follow the signs to the concert.
liquid
a substance that is neither solid nor gas
He poured the dark brown liquid down the sink.
line
to stand behind other people so that you can do something.
The people in the line have to wait their turn.
passenger
passenger
There are 200 passengers on board for this flight.
process
a series of actions taken to achieve something
This region gets a lot of rain.
measure
to find the size or amount of something
This idea was not possible because of the measures taken by my father.
departure
when a person, vehicle, etc., leaves
I told her that her departure was an obstacle to recovering the diamond.
delayed
magazine
a thin book with a paper cover usually sold weekly or monthly that contains pictures, articles, stories, and essays
“The Week” is my favorite news magazine.
flip through
celebrity
a famous or well-known person
Imagine seeing your favorite celebrity’s face made out of colored candies!
gossip
to talk or write about other people's actions or lives, sometimes in an untruthful way
Don't gossip too much, it makes you look bad.
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