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gap year
run
to move quickly using the feet
The run lasted many turns.
volunteer
a person who offers to do something; a person who works without pay
We need volunteers to teach these students.
apply
(with?for) to ask for (something) formally
His daughter is applying for admission next year.
student loan
money borrowed for paying tuition
experience
to feel or undergo something
They want to experience sleeping in nature.
field
a specific area of work or study
Bob’s neighbor allows him to hunt in his field.
nanny
job fair
career fair for job seekers
Welcome to world job fair network.
local
coming from a nearby place
He is famous as a local farmer.
expert
a person who has extensive knowledge of or skill in a particular area
You are not an expert in frog behavior at all.
employment
a job paying a salary or wages
He is out of work and looking for employment.
job interview
a meeting in which an employer asks the person applying for a job questions to see whether they would be the right person to do that job
I am always nervous before a job interview.
appointment
an agreement to meet someone at a specific time
My dental appointment is at two o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
government
the group of people that rules over an area
The Canadian government gave them money to organize a special performance.
resume
a short document that lists work history and education
The resume should include information regarding age, education, experience and references.
get in touch
cover letter
worried
marked by anxious uneasiness or trouble
I am worried about the test.
tough
being difficult to complete or work with
Physical sports like rugby and American football require players to be tough as well as skilled.
outdoors
in the open air
The rain prevented them from eating outdoors.
can’t stand
IT
an object or situation that has already been mentioned or referred to
This box is important because it contains all our records.
decision
a choice made after giving consideration
You made the right decision by going to college.
recreation leader
look into
to turn one's eyes or attention
She was looking into buying a new car.
architect-architecture
doctor-medicine
teacher-education
actor-theater arts
chef-culinary arts
carpenter-carpentry
vacuuming
ironing clothes
scrubbing
baking
the act of making something, made of flour
baking cakes is my favorite hobby.
brochure
a piece of promotional material containing information
Look through this brochure to learn more about our company and policies.
break
to take time away from an activity
When working long hours in a chair, it's important to take a break now and then to stand up and stretch.
dog-sit
research
to study in order to discover new ideas and facts
research shows second hand smoking is also bad for health.
ability
a skill or talent for doing something
Some people have the ability to roll their tongues into a U-shape.
search
to look carefully in order to find something or someone
Alex searched the sky for the cause of the noise.
accept
to receive, especially with gladness or approval
Muslims accept that the Koran is the exact word of Allah.
duties
reference
a letter of recommendation
He made several references to her latest book.
position
condition with reference to place; location
I am going to apply for a position at a bank.
application
a formal, written request for something
I need to submit my job applications this week.
job hunting
hire
(especially American) to employ (a workman,etc)
Our boss thinks we should not hire any more employees.
assistant
someone who helps someone else to do a job
She started to talk to one of her assistants.
valuable
having high value
The jewelry looks valuable; you’d better lock it up in the safe.
applicant
An applicant is someone who writes a request to be considered for a job or prize.
No applicant satisfies the requirements.
excellent
very good
I got an excellent score on my school test.
academic
of or concerning study?especially?in schools, colleges?etc
I think academics are more important than sports.
submit
to offer (a plan, suggestion, proposal, entry?etc)
I have yet to submit my written report.
documents
transcript
a paper copy of something spoken or recorded
successful
having done something well; having become important, famous, or rich
His wife was growing successful as a business person at the risk of losing her female nature.
decide (on)
quality
the standard or value of something
These are very good quality shoes.
location
a place
She told me the location and I found her.
decision
a choice made after giving consideration
You made the right decision by going to college.
abroad
in or to another country
The student hopes to study abroad next year.
reputation
the opinion that people have about someone
She had a very bad reputation among her friends.
MBA
course
a program of classes that teach students about a specific subject
While he was hiding and no doubt thinking about his next course of action, a lot of people were very busy.
faculty
the teaching staff at a school or college
The faculty at that university is known for their spectacular research.
rate
a charge that is set according to a standard scale
How would you rate that movie? Two stars?
province
a governmental area into which many countries are divided
China is divided into many provinces.
facilities
the space or equipment necessary for doing something
I strongly believe that 20 billion won is a reasonable price for a school equipped with modern facilities.
categories
any general or comprehensive division
There were many categories of classes to choose from.
academy
a society of experts in a field
There are many courses taught at the academy that I go to.
tiny
extremely small
This makes tiny droplets.
jealous
showing an angry desire to have what someone else has
She's only talking to him to make you jealous.
overseas
go to a country on the other side of an ocean
My family and I will be traveling overseas.
destination
the place where someone is going
The destination of our trip is San Francisco.
entertainment
shows, films, television, or other performances or activities that entertain people, or a performance of this type
The family enjoyed visiting Las Vegas because of the various entertainment it offered.
sea
the salty water that covers most of the Earth's surface
Most of the water in the sea is very deep.
residents
person who lives in a certain area
Many of the residents of Pompeii were able to escape the volcano’s dangerous heat and ash.
located
in a place
The Holland Cheese Museum is located on the second and third floors of the building.
scenery
the background or landscape
The Duchess sent Agatha away to look at the scenery.
homestay

The biggest barrier to a successful homestay in any country can be language.
administration
organization or department
The Bush administration claimed the standards set in the Protocol were unfair to developed countries.
data
facts and information collected and used to calculate, analyze, or plan something
She suffered from depression after the death of her parents.
contact
to communicate with someone
I’ve been trying to contact you all day.
hours
prefer
to like better
Many people like dogs, but I prefer cats because they are quieter.
previous
occurring before something else
His previous job did not offer him enough money, so he quit.
qualification
the skills, knowledge and experience needed in order to do a specific job or activity
She has many excellent qualifications for this firm, such as a Harvard law degree and ample experience.
Corp.
look forward to
to expect; to hope for eagerly
We are all looking forward to our vacation this month.
human resources
personnel
Large companies have many programs to encourage and retain their human resources.
noon
12 o'clock in the daytime; the middle of the day
He tried to finish his work by noon.
appreciate
to understand something; to be aware of
I really appreciated the birthday card. I thought everyone forgot.
strength
the quality of being strong
Exercising will increase your strength and give you more power.
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.
administrative
Administrative describes anything related to managing a company or organization.
I work as an administrative assistant to the owner of the company.
suit
to satisfy
There are four suits of cards.
outfit
to provide with clothing and other things
The outfit she chose for the dance was so lovely.
first impression
arrive
to get to or reach some place
The woman and her husband arrived at the airport.
recommend
to say someone or something has good qualities and perform well at something
She recommended a good dictionary to me.
a bit
a small amount of anything or a short period of time
This apple tastes a bit sour.
forget
not to remember something
Chris forgot that he had company for dinner.
plenty
to have more than you need
I have plenty of cookies so you can take one.
confirm
to show or state the truth of something that was previously believed or suspected
I’m calling to confirm my reservation for tonight.
helpful
willing to help or useful
Having many friends is also helpful.
outstanding
extremely good; excellent
The way she handled the situation was outstanding.
supply
to provide
Prices change according to supply and demand.
professional development
establish
to set up firmly and permanently
We are planning to establish a factory in China.
hope
to have desire and belief
Do not lose hope, my friend. Alicia will get better soon.
closely
in a nearby or connected manner
Security guards watched him closely all the time.
familiar with
used to; knowledgeable about
I am familiar with many of the newer computer programs used today.
department head

The department head of marketing has over 20 years of experience in the field.
client
a person or business that pays another to do a service
The client paid for his benefits through the insurance company.
project
a piece of study or research
He has started a new project at school.
in charge of
controlling; responsible for
A shop manager is in charge of all of the other shop employees.
willing
agreeable to
Larry is always willing to help students in his office whenever they have a question.
come up
to arise
The midterm exam is coming up.
challenge
a difficult task that requires great skill or creativity to complete
You should challenge someone who lies about you.
accomplishment
a difficult task done well
It is a great accomplishment to have graduated first in your class.
weakness
a negative characteristic
He knew that his weakness for money would eventually ruin his life.
respond
to answer something or someone
The police did not respond in the way she expected them to; they were very helpful.
memorize
to learn something until it can be remembered perfectly in the future
I memorize a poem every week.
face
to look toward a certain direction
The government has to face the problems before they get out of control.
relocate
move to a new place
Our family relocated from California to Texas.
prepare
to make or get ready
The teacher wants us to prepare a summary for the article.
describe
to talk about the details of something
The detectives asked the witness to describe the suspect.
entry-level
trends
current style
We can find recent trends in music, clothing, and food.
come up with
develop; invent
She tries to come up with a new idea for increasing sales.
background
A background is a person’s education, family, and experience.
That restaurant always plays nice background music.
easygoing
calm; very laid back
I like him because he is easygoing.
encouraging

Something that is encouraging gives people hope or confidence.
overtime
time spent in working beyond one's set number of hours?etc
Imagine you were asked to work overtime and you didn’t want to do it.
deadline
the time by which something must be finished
when's the deadline for the paper?
teamwork
cooperation between those who are working together on a task?etc.
The athletes have to cooperate. teamwork is very important.
correspondence
a close similarity, connection, or equivalence
Members doing their correspondence in Committee.
certificate
an official paper that is accepted as proof of something
You will get a certificate showing that you finished this class.
benefit
an advantage or profit gained from something
There are many health benefits if you exercise.
manage
to be responsible for controlling or organizing someone or something especially a business
She managed to gather enough seaweed to sell every day.
society
a group of people who live as a community
society expects people to be good and honest.
useful
being needed; having a purpose
White Fang was an animal who could be useful, and nothing more.
phase
a period or stage in a process
The first phase in the recycling project involves finding volunteers to help out.
realize
to come to know
I realize that I need to change.
confidence
belief in one's abilities
He said with the confidence of an older brother.
salary
a fixed, regular usually monthly payment for work
Cindy's new job has a higher salary than her previous one.
lie
to be in a flat position
She lies in the grass and looks up at the sky.
wonder
to think about something that is unknown
Patty wonders if she can be a rock star.
seek
to request
What kind of job are you seeking?
unfortunately
regrettably
unfortunately, I don't have my credit card with me or I'd buy lunch.
bring up
to raise or make better
Please do not bring up anything negative at the meeting.
attitude
the way they feel and think
John has a bad attitude. He’s always angry.
work
to have someone as a boss
China hopes it will keep the dust out of Beijing. If it works, the wall will stop the wind.
long-term
wrap up
a conclusion or final result
The professor wrapped up the lecture by summarizing the main points.
starting date
candidates
hear from
to receive a letter or phone call from someone
Have you heard from him lately?
situation
all of the things that affect someone or something at aparticular time
Whenever the situation looks dangerous, just close your eyes.
interest
a desire to be involved with something or to learn more about it
We have to pay the bank some interest every month.
avoid
to stay away from something
avoid the smoker if you don't want to quit smoking.
opportunities
an advantageous time to act:
Jane had the opportunity to travel to Europe this summer.
competitive
something that is as good or better than something else
My friend is so competitive that he gets very upset when he loses.
offer
to make available
Paul offered the man money, but he was not interested.
theory
an idea that is suggested as possibly true, butthat is not known or proven to be true
He tested his theory with the equipment in the laboratory.
assist
to help or support
Andrew assisted me with my homework.
professions
politics
ideas and activities relating to government
Lincoln is a legendary figure in American politics.
advertising
the activity of attracting public attention to a product or business
The newspapers are effective advertising media.
products
relations
similarities
the state of being almost alike
The similarities between the man and woman was very surprising.
social
relating to activities that involve meeting other people
I am not a very social person.
detail
A detail is a small piece of information.
Every little detail is helpful in an investigation.
knowledge
an understanding of something
People shared their knowledge of farming and other things.
passion
a powerful, positive feeling about something
She has a passion for tennis; she is a natural.
argue
to fight with words
We argued about where to go for dinner.
persuade
to make them agree to do something
She tried to persuade her parents to let her travel to South America.
motivate
to give someone a reason to do something; to cause someone to have interest in doing something
Her speech motivated me to hold onto my dreams.
spend
to use money in order to buy something
I don’t like to spend all my money at once.
legal
based on the law
In the United States, the legal drinking age is 21.
travel and tourism
forestry
African-American history
programming
the designing or writing of computer programs
finance
money available to a business or person
The rich father refused to finance any of his son's adventures since all proved to be unsuccessful.
graphic design
hospitality management
interior design
finally
in the end
The long meeting finally finished.
switch
a slender, flexible shoot, rod used in whipping or disciplining
My sound switches me on to answer like it was my human electricity.
therapy
the treatment of a physical or mental illness
Exposure therapy is one way to retrain the brain.
related
connected by blood or marriage
When she related the story, she left out the main points.
generous
unselfish
The family gave a generous donation to the charity foundation.
support
help
They are supporting William during this difficult time.
trust
to believe
He had no sons, and usually this would mean putting the property in a trust.
environment
all the things that affect the health, growth or progress of something
The family environment affects the personality of the child.
conveniences
enroll
To enroll in something is to put one's name on a list as a member of a group.
I have to enroll in two languages classes this semester in order to graduate on time.
healthcare
the prevention and treatment of illness or injury
Because of her love for people and medicine, she decided to enter the healthcare profession.
access
the right to use or do something
Does he have access to our swimming pool?
satisfaction
a feeling of fulfillment, fulfilling a need or desire
Customer satisfaction is guaranteed at this store.
downtown
(American) the part (of a city) containing the main centres for business and shopping
She lives in an apartment in downtown Seoul.
credit
to say that someone (or something) is responsible for something of good quality
The TV show's credits named all of the actors and dancers.
transfer
to move from one place to another
You should transfer from bus to subway.
get into

Since it was locked, he couldn’t get into his room,
statistics
collection of numerical data
The statistics show that teenagers are less likely to attend lectures than those over 20.
TESOL
environmental science
physical therapy
warning
caution
Why didn’t people listen to the important warning?
fail
to be unsuccessful in passing a class or exam
I had failed to help her mother.
intense
very strong; requiring a lot of energy
The two candidates had an intense debate over health care.
limited
restricted in extent or amount
We did not go into the forest because of our limited knowledge of the area.
inspire
to make someone want to do something
Sometimes people are inspired by the main characters in movies.
life sciences
humanities
Humanities are subjects which analyze human ideas, such as history and literature.
Her father wanted her to be an engineer, but she was drawn to the humanities.
experience
to feel or undergo something
They want to experience sleeping in nature.
faculty
the teaching staff at a school or college
The faculty at that university is known for their spectacular research.
assistance
help with a job or task
The elderly man required assistance when crossing the street.
discover
to find something for the first time
The police found no evidence that she had stolen the money.
continuing education
make an inquiry
find out
to discover
You should find out who stole your purse right now.
browse
look around casually and randomly, without seeking anything in particular
I browsed though the catalog and found a cheap computer.
wander
to go from place to place without a fixed plan or goal
After losing his job, he wandered through the streets trying to figure out why he was laid off.
surrounding
nearby
There are many hills surrounding the valley and lake.
sit in on
recruiter
visit
an act of going to see someone or something for pleasure, socially, professionally etc, or going to stay for a time
David want to visit his sick grandma at the hopital.
visa
a special mark or stamp that is put on a person's PASSPORT and shows that the person has permission to leave or enter a country, usually for a particular reason
This is my second visa application.
culture
the language, customs, and beliefs that a group of people share
Because America is a land of immigrants, its culture is difficult to define.
budget
any plan showing how money is to be spent
I need to get a budget so I can save more of my money.
take...off
insurance
the promise of a sum of money in event of loss eg by fire or other disaster, given in compensation by a company etc in return for regular?
The cost of health insurance is sky rocketing, making it unaffordable for most people.
embassy
An embassy is where government officials work in a foreign country.
If you lose your passport, go to your country's embassy at once.
exchange program
combine
to mix or join things together
Fruits and vegetables can be combined to make one image, or images can be carved into the skins.
whole
referring to all of something; entire
I do not want one piece of pizza. I want to eat the whole thing!
pros and cons
advantages and disadvantages
The essay in this issue explore the pros and cons, the advantages and dangers of taking human rights seriously.
waste
things that are not wanted and get thrown away
Tom always wastes food when he goes to a buffet.
possibility
an occurrence or situation that could happen, be true, or exist
It's not possible to be at two places at the same time.
earn
to get something one deserves as the result of action or effort
I need to earn some money.
homeless
having no home
Many cities have a lot of homeless people.
figure out
to solve
I couldn’t figure out how to do my math homework.
blog
a posting page on an internet web site
Blogs are popular among teenagers and young adults.
advisor
someone who gives ADVICE because he or she is knowledgeable on a certain subject, especially in business, politics, or law
I visit my advisor once a month.
uncertain
feeling doubt about a person, place, or thing
She was uncertain as to how to proceed, so she asked for advice.
make up one’s mind
stay put
remain in the same place
Because of these costs, most homeowners would choose to stay put rather than move.
adjust (to)
get on one’s nerves
busy
full of activity
He told his boss that he was busy on that date.
dying (to)
almost
very nearly
My brother is almost as tall as I am.
especially
particularly
He is especially smart for his age.
catch up (with)
mention
to refer to or speak about
Please mention me to your parents, and let them know I wish them well.
beach
the sandy or stony shore of a sea or lake
We went to a quiet beach to relax.
lazy
not willing to act or work
John is smart, but he is very lazy.
sailing
sailing
sailing is a popular hobby.
climbing

He was so good at climbing!
sightseeing
the visiting of interesting places, especially by people on holiday
He did a lot of sightseeing when we were in London.
help out
to aid; to assist
Go help out that person with his work.
litter
to put garbage in a place where it shouldn't be
When I see litter in the sea, I always pick it up.
planting
dolphins
dolphins
post
to place a sign or notice in a place that can be easily seen and read
Last month, Margo posted a sign asking for help.
advancement
an act of moving forward
As farming spread, advancements were made.
leadership
the position or function of a leader
We need a strong leadership to guide us through turbulent times.
customer service
Customer service refers to the way that companies behave towards their customers, for example how well they treat them.
I am not satisfied with the customer service.
organization
a business that is formed for a particular purpose
A company is an organization that trades goods or services.
IT skills
wages
main
being the most important or largest
We drove through the village on the main road.
seriously
to a large or extreme degree
Failing math will seriously affect his GPA.
nightlife
be a fan of
freezing
freezing
It's so cold that I'll be freezing.
extremely
very
She was extremely upset when she did not receive the job offer.
suitable
appropriate
Every chef has their own technique for preparing food.
thoroughly
in a through manner
The car was thoroughly broken.
high-tech
involving advanced technology
The production and protection of money is a very high-tech and important matter.
historic
important in history
The invention of the computer was a historic moment.
fell in love
year-round
festivals
green
green
The colors of the rainbow are red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet.
modern
the present or recent time
I saw Jeff’s modern house in a magazine.
entry requirement
affordable
capable of being paid for without difficulty
The houses in Texas are very affordable compared to other states.
traffic
vehicles, aircraft, ships etc moving about
It is not safe to drive in this area. There is too much traffic.
cultural event
comfortable
being physically relaxed and at ease
The couch is very comfortable to sleep on.
survey
to investigate the opinions or experience of a group of people by asking them questions
We will be responsible for the upkeep of the access road.
free of charge
at no cost; no need to pay
Water is free of charge here.
convenient
easy and comfortable to do or get to
The delivery service in Korea, is very convenient and fast.
pronunciation
the way that a word is PRONOUNCED
Tolly knew a lot of English, but his poor pronunciation made it hard to understand him.
grab
to get the interest of something
You can open the door by grabbing the handle and pulling.
download
to move information or programs from a computer network to a computer
downloading movies is illegal.
quiz
a short test
Today's quiz will be about chapter 13.
subtitles
skip
to not do it
The young girl was so happy, she skipped all the way home.
cycling trail
cruise
a trip on a large ship for pleasure
He and his wife were planning to go on a world cruise.
average-sized
drag
to move while being pulled along the ground
We dragged the heavy box across the room.
gigantic
very large
An elephant is gigantic when compared to an ant.
magnificent
very beautiful or impressive
The king wore a magnificent crown on his head.
locals

The locals know the area better than tourists.
homesick
feeling that you miss your home and family
Sometimes children who go away to camp feel homesick.
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