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Word Page Part of speech Pronunciation

down-to-earth 8 adj ˌdaʊn tʊ ˈɜːθ
computer geek 8 n kəmˈpjuːtə ˌɡiːk
people person 8 n ˈpiːpəl ˌpɜːsən
keep yourself to yourself 8 idiom ˌkiːp jəˌself tə jəˈself
good laugh 8 n ˌɡʊd ˈlɑːf
morning person 8 n ˈmɔːnɪŋ ˌpɜːsən
witty 8 adj ˈwɪti
spontaneous 8 adj spɒnˈteɪniəs
cautious VB148 adj ˈkɔːʃəs
eccentric VB148 adj ɪkˈsentrɪk
genuine VB148 adj ˈdʒenjuən
moody VB148 adj ˈmuːdi
naive VB148 adj naɪˈiːv
trustworthy VB148 adj ˈtrʌstˌwɜːði
flexible VB148 adj ˈfleksəbəl
outgoing VB148 adj ˌaʊtˈɡəʊɪŋ
sympathetic VB148 adj ˌsɪmpəˈθetɪk
mean VB148 adj miːn
put pressure on 11 idiom pʊt ˈpreʃər ɒn
be scared out of your wits 11 idiom bi ˌskeəd aʊt əv jə ˈwɪts
make your stomach turn 11 idiom ˌmeɪk jə ˈstʌmək tɜːn
throw up 11 phr v ˌθrəʊ ˈʌp
fascinated 11 adj ˈfæsəneɪtəd
be over the moon 11 idiom bi ˌəʊvə ðə ˈmuːn
shake like a leaf 11 idiom ˌʃeɪk laɪk ə ˈliːf
frustrated 11 adj frʌˈstreɪtəd
impressed 11 adj ɪmˈprest
wish the earth would swallow you up 11 idiom ˌwɪʃ ði ˌɜːθ wʊd ˌswɒləʊ jʊ ˈʌp
anxious 13 adj ˈæŋkʃəs
awkward 13 adj ˈɔːkwəd
relieved 13 adj rɪˈliːvd
satisfied 13 adj ˈsætəsfaɪd
thrilled 13 adj θrɪld
disappointed 13 adj ˌdɪsəˈpɔɪntəd
embarrassed 13 adj ɪmˈbærəst
creative 13 adj kriˈeɪtɪv
worried 13 adj ˈwʌrid
amused 13 adj əˈmjuːzd
angry 13 adj ˈæŋɡri
identify VB148 v aɪˈdentəfaɪ
identification VB148 n aɪˌdentəfəˈkeɪʃən
appreciate VB148 v əˈpriːʃieɪt
appreciation VB148 n əˌpriːʃiˈeɪʃən
sign VB148 v saɪn
signature VB148 n ˈsɪɡnətʃə
please VB148 v pliːz
pleasure VB148 n ˈpleʒə
prepare VB148 v prɪˈpeə
preparation VB148 n ˌprepəˈreɪʃən

prefer VB148 v prɪˈfɜː
preference VB148 n ˈprefərəns
involve VB148 v ɪnˈvɒlv
involvement VB148 n ɪnˈvɒlvmənt
donate VB148 v dəʊˈneɪt
donation VB148 n dəʊˈneɪʃən

mix VB148 v mɪks
mixture VB148 n ˈmɪkstʃə
refer VB148 v rɪˈfɜː
reference VB148 n ˈrefərəns
react VB148 v riˈækt
reaction VB148 n riˈækʃən
develop VB148 v dɪˈveləp
development VB148 n dɪˈveləpmənt
exist VB148 v ɪɡˈzɪst
existence VB148 n ɪɡˈzɪstəns
defend VB148 v dɪˈfend
defence VB148 n dɪˈfens
argue VB148 v ˈɑːɡjuː
argument VB148 n ˈɑːɡjəmənt
treat VB148 v triːt
treatment VB148 n ˈtriːtmənt
prevent VB148 v prɪˈvent
prevention VB148 n prɪˈvenʃən
fail VB148 v feɪl
failure VB148 n ˈfeɪljə
contribute VB148 v kənˈtrɪbjuːt
contribution VB148 n ˌkɒntrəˈbjuːʃən
interfere VB148 v ˌɪntəˈfɪə
interference VB148 n ˌɪntəˈfɪərəns
negotiable 14 adj nɪˈɡəʊʃiəbəl, -ʃə-
limited 14 adj ˈlɪmətəd
trial 14 n ˈtraɪəl
non-refundable 14 adj ˌnɒn rɪˈfʌndəbəl 
sign up 14 phr v ˌsaɪn ˈʌp
deal 14 n diːl
deposit 14 n dɪˈpɒzət
fill in 14 phr v ˌfɪl ˈɪn
enrolment 14 n ɪnˈrəʊlmənt
disease 20 n dɪˈziːz
pollution 20 n pəˈluːʃən
unemployment 20 n ˌʌnɪmˈplɔɪmənt
hunger 20 n ˈhʌŋɡə
street crime 20 n ˈstriːt ˌkraɪm
poverty 20 n ˈpɒvəti
domestic 20 adj dəˈmestɪk
economic 20 adj ˌekəˈnɒmɪk, ˌiː-
ethical 20 adj ˈeθɪkəl
global 20 adj ˈɡləʊbəl
industrial 20 adj ɪnˈdʌstriəl

rural 20 adj ˈrʊərəl
urban 20 adj ˈɜːbən
political 20 adj pəˈlɪtɪkəl
flood VB149 n flʌd
volcanic eruption VB149 n vɒlˌkænɪk ɪˈrʌpʃən
earthquake VB149 n ˈɜːθkweɪk
drought VB149 n draʊt
drug abuse VB149 n ˈdrʌɡ əˌbjuːs
homelessness VB149 n ˈhəʊmləsnəs
domestic violence VB149 n dəˌmestɪk ˈvaɪələns
landslide VB149 n ˈlændslaɪd
obesity VB149 n əʊˈbiːsəti
debt VB149 n det
project 22 n ˈprɒdʒekt
project 22 v prəˈdʒekt
record 22 n ˈrekɔːd
record 22 v rɪˈkɔːd
decrease 22 v dɪˈkriːs
decrease 22 n ˈdiːkriːs
appeal 22 n əˈpiːl
appeal 22 v əˈpiːl
permit 22 v pəˈmɪt
permit 22 n ˈpɛːmɪt
delay VB149 n dɪˈleɪ
delay VB149 v dɪˈleɪ
test VB149 n test
test VB149 v test
shout VB149 n ʃaʊt
shout VB149 v ʃaʊt
queue VB149 n kjuː
queue VB149 v kjuː
cure VB149 n kjʊə
cure VB149 v kjʊə
guess VB149 n ɡes
guess VB149 v ɡes
tip VB149 n tɪp
tip VB149 v tɪp
lie VB149 n laɪ
lie VB149 v laɪ
hurry VB149 n ˈhʌri
hurry VB149 v ˈhʌri
fine VB149 v faɪn
fine VB149 n faɪn
monitor 23 v ˈmɒnɪtə
access 23 v ˈækses
identify 23 v aɪˈdentəfaɪ
prevention 23 n prɪˈvenʃən
crime 23 n kraɪm
authority 23 n ɔːˈθɒrəti
store 23 v stɔː

keep track of 23 phr v ˌkiːp ˈtræk əv
data 23 n ˈdeɪtə, ˈdɑːtə
surveillance 23 n səˈveɪləns
invasion of privacy 23 n ɪnˌveɪʒən əv ˈprɪvəsi, ˈpraɪ-
unethical 27 adj ʌnˈeθɪkəl
irresponsible 27 adj ˌɪrɪˈspɒnsəbəl
outrageous 27 adj aʊtˈreɪdʒəs
disturbing 27 adj dɪˈstɜːbɪŋ
reasonable 27 adj ˈriːzənəbəl
illegal 27 adj ɪˈliːɡəl
every cloud has a silver lining 33 idiom ˌevri ˈklaʊd həz ə ˌsɪlvə ˈlaɪnɪŋ
what goes around comes around 33 idiom wɒt ˈɡəʊz əˌraʊnd ˈkʌmz əˌraʊnd
once bitten, twice shy 33 idiom ˌwʌns ˌbɪtən ˌtwaɪs ˈʃaɪ
nothing ventured, nothing gained 33 idiom ˌnʌθɪŋ ˌventʃəd ˌnʌθɪŋ ˈɡeɪnd
when in Rome, do as the Romans do 33 idiom ˌwen ɪn ˌrəʊm ˌduː əz ðə ˈrəʊmənz duː
whisper VB150 v ˈwɪspə
yawn VB150 v jɔːn
gaze VB150 v ɡeɪz
sigh VB150 v saɪ
wander VB150 v ˈwɒndə
crawl VB150 v krɔːl
dramatic 35 adj drəˈmætɪk
incredible 35 adj ɪnˈkredəbəl
inspiring 35 adj ɪnˈspaɪərɪŋ
remarkable 35 adj rɪˈmɑːkəbəl
intense 35 adj ɪnˈtens
moving 35 adj ˈmuːvɪŋ
touching 35 adj ˈtʌtʃɪŋ
hilarious 35 adj hɪˈleəriəs
poignant 35 adj ˈpɔɪnjənt
set up 37 phr v ˌset ˈʌp
settle down 37 phr v ˌsetl ˈdaʊn
take up 37 phr v ˌteɪk ˈʌp
bring up 37 phr v ˌbrɪŋ ˈʌp
take on 37 phr v ˌteɪk ˈɒn
go by 37 phr v ɡəʊ ˈbaɪ
go on 37 phr v ɡəʊ ˈɒn
grow up 37 phr v ˌɡrəʊ ˈʌp
stand for 37 phr v ˈstænd fə
look up to 37 phr v lʊk ˈʌp tə
pass away 37 phr v ˌpɑːs əˈweɪ
drop out 37 phr v ˌdrɒp ˈaʊt
pick up 37 phr v ˌpɪk ˈʌp
turn up 37 phr v ˌtɜːn ˈʌp
look up VB150 phr v ˌlʊk ˈʌp
wake up VB150 phr v ˌweɪk ˈʌp
ring back VB150 phr v ˌrɪŋ ˈbæk
put off VB150 phr v ˌpʊt ˈɒf
turn down VB150 phr v ˌtɜːn ˈdaʊn
take off VB150 phr v ˌteɪk ˈɒf

suː- breathtaking 47 adj ˈbreθˌteɪkɪŋ significant 47 adj sɪɡˈnɪfɪkənt perfect 47 adj pɜːfɪkt cloth 49 n klɒθ concrete 49 n ˈkɒŋkriːt horseback 49 n ˈhɔːsbæk luggage 49 n ˈlʌɡɪdʒ outskirts 49 n ˈaʊtskɜːts toiletries 49 n ˈtɔɪlətriz glasses 49 n ˈɡlɑːsəz wood 49 n wʊd remains 49 n rɪˈmeɪnz stairs 49 n steəz locals 49 n ˈləʊkəlz time 49 n taɪm clothes 49 n kləʊðz. kləʊz cards 49 n kɑːdz .hang up VB150 phr v ˌhæŋ ˈʌp give in VB150 phr v ˌɡɪv ˈɪn novel 38 n ˈnɒvəl blog 38 n blɒɡ tweet 38 n twiːt autobiography 38 n ˌɔːtəbaɪˈɒɡrəf online 38 adj ˈɒnlaɪn article 38 n ˈɑːtɪkəl blockbuster 38 n ˈblɒkˌbʌstə lyrics 38 n ˈlɪrɪks gossip magazine 38 n ˈɡɒsəp mæɡəˌziːn manga 38 n ˈmæŋɡə biography 38 n baɪˈɒɡrəf poetry 38 n ˈpəʊətri manual 38 n ˈmænjuəl website forum 38 n ˈwebsaɪt ˌfɔːrəm social media update 38 n ˌsəʊʃəl ˈmiːdiə ˌʌpdeɪt Wikipedia 38 n ˌwɪkɪˈpiːdiə wind up 44 phr v ˌwaɪnd ˈʌp wind up 44 phr v ˌwaɪnd ˈʌp switch off 44 phr v ˌswɪtʃ ˈɒf switch off 44 phr v ˌswɪtʃ ˈɒf focus on 44 phr v ˈfəʊkəs ɒn focus on 44 phr v ˈfəʊkəs ɒn recharge 44 v ˌriːˈtʃɑːdʒ recharge 44 v ˌriːˈtʃɑːdʒ chill 44 v tʃɪl chill out 44 phr v ˌtʃɪl ˈaʊt stunning 47 adj ˈstʌnɪŋ delightful 47 adj dɪˈlaɪtfəl smoothly 47 adv ˈsmuːðli exceptional 47 adj ɪkˈsepʃənəl superb 47 adj sjuːˈpɜːb.

wɪθ sense of humour 50 n phr ˌsens əv ˈhjuːmə adapt 56 v əˈdæpt adjust 56 v əˈdʒʌst harm 56 v hɑːm effect 56 n ɪˈfekt enable 56 v ɪnˈeɪbəl transform 56 v trænsˈfɔːm damage 56 v ˈdæmɪdʒ revolutionise 56 v ˌrevəˈluːʃənaɪz breakdown 58 n ˈbreɪkdaʊn breakthrough 58 n ˈbreɪkθruː downside 58 n ˈdaʊnsaɪd drawback 58 n ˈdrɔːbæk outcome 58 n ˈaʊtkʌm outlook 58 n ˈaʊtlʊk trade-off 58 n ˈtreɪd ɒf eco-friendly VB152 adj ˌiːkəʊ ˈfrendli energy-efficient VB152 adj ˌenədʒi ɪˈfɪʃənt hand-held VB152 adj ˌhænd ˈheld high-definition VB152 adj ˌhaɪ defəˈnɪʃən  long-life VB152 adj ˌlɒŋ ˈlaɪf  pocket-sized VB152 adj ˈpɒkɪt saɪzd solar-powered VB152 adj ˈsəʊlə ˌpaʊəd voice-activated VB152 adj ˌvɔɪs ˈæktəveɪtəd water-proof VB152 adj ˈwɔːtə pruːf built-in VB152 adj ˌbɪlt ˈɪn  break into 59 phr v ˌbreɪk ˈɪntə launch 59 v lɔːntʃ raise 59 v reɪz set 59 v set enter 59 v ˈentə price 59 n praɪs advertise 59 v ˈædvətaɪz product 59 n ˈprɒdʌkt . rʊm know-how 50 n ˈnəʊ haʊ sharp 50 adj ʃɑːp mind 50 n maɪnd cool-headed 50 adj ˌkuːl ˈhedəd inventive 50 adj ɪnˈventɪv human nature 50 n ˌhjuːmən ˈneɪtʃə great shape 50 n phr ˌɡreɪt ˈʃeɪp good with 50 phr v ˈɡʊd wɪð.furniture VB151 n ˈfɜːnɪtʃə trouble VB151 n ˈtrʌbəl information VB151 n ˌɪnfəˈmeɪʃən advice VB151 n ədˈvaɪs research VB151 n rɪˈsɜːtʃ. ˈriːsɜːtʃ news VB151 n njuːz equipment VB151 n ɪˈkwɪpmənt weather VB151 n ˈweðə room VB151 n ruːm.

market 59 n ˈmɑːkət increase 59 v ɪnˈkriːs promote 59 v prəˈməʊt endorse 59 v ɪnˈdɔːs see a gap in 59 v phr ˌsiː ə ˈɡæp ɪn reduce 59 v rɪˈdjuːs dominate 59 v ˈdɒməneɪt brand VB152 n brænd cold call VB152 v ˌkəʊld ˈkɔːl commercial VB152 n kəˈmɜːʃəl trailer VB152 n ˈtreɪlə slogan VB152 n ˈsləʊɡən influence VB152 v ˈɪnfluəns jingle VB152 n ˈdʒɪŋɡəl logo VB152 n ˈləʊɡəʊ make VB152 n meɪk pop-up VB152 n ˈpɒp ʌp campaign VB152 n kæmˈpeɪn predictable 62 adj prɪˈdɪktəbəl criticise 62 v ˈkrɪtəsaɪz unrealistic 62 adj ˌʌnrɪəˈlɪstɪk bizarre 62 adj bəˈzɑː develop 62 v dɪˈveləp come up with 62 phr v kʌm ˈʌp wɪð. wɪθ dreadful 62 adj ˈdredfəl reject 62 v rɪˈdʒekt age discrimination 68 n ˌeɪdʒ dɪskrɪməˈneɪʃən come of age 68 v phr ˌkʌm əv ˈeɪdʒ elderly 68 adj ˈeldəli immature 68 adj ˌɪməˈtʃʊə prime 68 n praɪm maturity 68 n məˈtʃʊərəti act your age 68 v phr ˌækt jər ˈeɪdʒ come of age 68 v phr ˌkʌm əv ˈeɪdʒ age 68 n eɪdʒ unrealistic 70 adj ˌʌnrɪəˈlɪstɪk illogical 70 adj ɪˈlɒdʒɪkəl dissatisfied 70 adj dɪˈsætəsfaɪd impatient 70 adj ɪmˈpeɪʃənt immortal 70 adj ɪˈmɔːtl unwilling 70 adj ʌnˈwɪlɪŋ misbehave 70 v ˌmɪsbɪˈheɪv misinterpret 70 v ˌmɪsɪnˈtɜːprət irrelevant 70 adj ɪˈreləvənt unhealthy 70 adj ʌnˈhelθi unpredictable 70 adj ˌʌnprɪˈdɪktəbəl insecure 70 adj ˌɪnsɪˈkjʊə unfamiliar 70 adj ˌʌnfəˈmɪliə bilingual VB153 adj baɪˈlɪŋɡwəl transport VB153 n ˈtrænspɔːt bimonthly VB153 adj ˌbaɪˈmʌnθli .

trænz- interview VB153 n ˈɪntəvjuː transit VB153 n ˈtrænsət.megabyte VB153 n ˈmeɡəbaɪt microwave VB153 n ˈmaɪkrəweɪv multi-storey VB153 adj ˌmʌltiˈstɔːri multitask VB153 v ˌmʌltiˈtɑːsk interval VB153 n ˈɪntəvəl microscope VB153 n ˈmaɪkrəskəʊp international VB153 adj ˌɪntəˈnæʃənəl multimedia VB153 n ˌmʌltiˈmiːdiə microchip VB153 n ˈmaɪkrəʊˌtʃɪp megaphone VB153 n ˈmeɡəfəʊn translate VB153 v trænsˈleɪt. -zət intercity VB153 adj ˌɪntəˈsɪti bicycle VB153 n ˈbaɪsɪkəl go nowhere 72 idiom ˌɡəʊ ˈnəʊweə have mixed feelings about 72 idiom hæv ˌmɪkst ˈfːlɪŋz əˌbaʊt look on the bright side 72 idiom ˌlʊk ɒn ðə ˈbraɪt saɪd dread 72 v dred despair 72 n dɪˈspeə upbeat 72 adj ˈʌpbiːt look forward to 72 phr v lʊk ˈfɔːwəd tə ups and downs 72 n phr ˌʌps ən ˈdaʊnz in no time VB153 idiom ɪn ˈnəʊ taɪm any time now VB153 idiom ˌeni taɪm ˈnaʊ time after time VB153 idiom ˌtaɪm ɑːftə ˈtaɪm in the nick of time VB153 idiom ɪn ðə ˌnɪk əv ˈtaɪm take your time VB153 idiom ˌteɪk jɔː ˈtaɪm killing time VB153 idiom ˌkɪlɪŋ ˈtaɪm cut something short VB153 idiom ˌkʌt sʌmθɪŋ ˈʃɔːt make up for lost time VB153 idiom ˌmeɪk ˈʌp fə ˌlɒst ˈtaɪm drag your heels VB153 idiom ˌdræɡ jɔː ˈhiːlz part-time 74 adj ˌpɑːt ˈtaɪm smartphone 74 n ˈsmɑːtfəʊn own 74 v əʊn belong 74 v bɪˈlɒŋ wear 74 v weə credit card 74 n ˈkredɪt kɑːd pierce 74 v pɪəs scooter 74 n ˈskuːtə toddler 74 n ˈtɒdlə solo 74 adv ˈsəʊləʊ late 74 adv leɪt be in charge 74 v phr bi ɪn 'tʃɑːdʒ run 74 v rʌn reality show 80 n riˈæləti ˌʃəʊ wildlife 80 n ˈwaɪldˌlaɪf thriller 80 n ˈθrɪlə detective 80 n dɪˈtektɪv game show 80 n ˈɡeɪm ʃəʊ quiz 80 n kwɪz .

news 80 n njuːz costume drama 80 n ˈkɒstjʊm ˌdrɑːmə current affairs 80 n ˌkʌrənt əˈfeəz ˌprəʊɡræm docudrama 80 n ˈdɒkjʊˌdrɑːmə serial 80 n ˈsɪəriəl series 80 n ˈsɪəriːz sitcom 80 n ˈsɪtkɒm sketch show 80 n ˈsketʃ ʃəʊ soap opera 80 n ˈsəʊp ˌɒpərə documentary 80 n ˌdɒkjəˈmentəri bring out 82 phr v ˌbrɪŋ ˈaʊt bring out 82 phr v ˌbrɪŋ ˈaʊt come across 82 phr v ˌkʌm əˈkrɒs come across 82 phr v ˌkʌm əˈkrɒs put up 82 phr v pʊt ˈʌp put up 82 phr v ˌpʊt ˈʌp take back 82 phr v ˌteɪk ˈbæk take back 82 phr v ˌteɪk ˈbæk turn out 82 phr v ˌtɜːn ˈaʊt turn out 82 phr v ˌtɜːn ˈaʊt pull out VB154 phr v ˌpʊl ˈaʊt pull out VB154 phr v ˌpʊl ˈaʊt turn down VB154 phr v ˌtɜːn ˈdaʊn turn down VB154 phr v ˌtɜːn ˈdaʊn put off VB154 phr v pʊt ˈɒf put off VB154 phr v pʊt ˈɒf take on VB154 phr v ˌteɪk ˈɒn take on VB154 phr v ˌteɪk ˈɒn bring up VB154 phr v ˌbrɪŋ ˈʌp bring up VB154 phr v ˌbrɪŋ ˈʌp break down VB154 phr v ˌbreɪk ˈdaʊn break down VB154 phr v ˌbreɪk ˈdaʊn accuse 84 v əˈkjuːz deny 84 v dɪˈnaɪ persuade 84 v pəˈsweɪd admit 84 v ədˈmɪt apologise 84 v əˈpɒlədʒaɪz promise 84 v ˈprɒməs refuse 84 v rɪˈfjuːz biased 86 adj ˈbaɪəst circulation 86 n ˌsɜːkjəˈleɪʃən editorial page 86 n ˌedəˈtɔːriəl ˌpeɪdʒ feature 86 n ˈfːtʃə sensationalism 86 n senˈseɪʃənəlɪzəm supplement 86 n ˈsʌpləmənt tabloid 86 n ˈtæblɔɪd edition 86 n ɪˈdɪʃən breaking news VB154 n ˌbreɪkɪŋ ˈnjuːz headline VB154 n ˈhedlaɪnz lead story VB154 n ˌliːd ˈstɔːri news feed VB154 n ˈnjuːz fːd .

link VB154 n lɪŋk weather forecast VB154 n ˈweðə ˌfɔːkɑːst bar VB154 n bɑː navigation VB154 n ˌnævəˈɡeɪʃən button VB154 n ˈbʌtn pop-up ad VB152 n ˌpɒp ʌp ˈæd postpone 93 v pəʊsˈpəʊn betray 93 v bɪˈtreɪ stick to 93 phr v ˈstɪk tə reach 93 v riːtʃ arrive at 93 phr v əˈraɪv ət decision 93 n dɪˈsɪʒən explore 93 v ɪkˈsplɔː look into 93 phr v ˌlʊk ˈɪntə principle 93 n ˈprɪnsəpəl follow 93 v ˈfɒləʊ situation 93 n ˌsɪtʃuˈeɪʃən evaluate 93 v ɪˈvæljueɪt three-day-old 94 adj ˌθriː deɪ ˈəʊld hand-made 94 adj ˌhændˈmeɪd well-qualified 94 adj ˌwel ˈkwɒləfaɪd life-changing 94 adj ˈlaɪf ˌtʃeɪndʒɪŋ time-consuming 94 adj ˈtaɪm kənˌsjuːmɪŋ long-running 94 adj ˌlɒŋ ˈrʌnɪŋ three-metre high 94 adj ˌθriː miːtə ˈhaɪ three-year long 94 adj ˌθriː jɪə ˈlɒŋ curly-haired VB155 adj ˌkɜːli ˈheəd tight-fitting VB155 adj ˌtaɪt ˈfɪtɪŋ sun-tanned VB155 adj ˈsʌn tænd brand-new VB155 adj ˌbrænd ˈnjuː straight-haired VB155 adj ˌstreɪt ˈheəd high-heeled VB155 adj ˌhaɪ ˈhiːld broad-shouldered VB155 adj ˌbrɔːd ˈʃəʊldəd dark-haired VB155 adj ˌdɑːk ˈheəd fairness 95 n ˈfeənəs aggression 95 n əˈɡreʃən control 95 n kənˈtrəʊl equality 95 n ɪˈkwɒləti justice 95 n ˈdʒʌstəs greed 95 n ɡriːd power 95 n ˈpaʊə generosity 95 n ˌdʒenəˈrɒsəti unhelpful 98 adj ʌnˈhelpfəl sensitive 98 adj ˈsensətɪv sensible 98 adj ˈsensəbəl direct 98 adj dəˈrekt. daɪ- focused 98 adj ˈfəʊkəst assertive 98 adj əˈsɜːtɪv aggressive 98 adj əˈɡresɪv collaborative 98 adj kəˈlæbərətɪv confrontational 98 adj ˌkɒnfrənˈteɪʃənəl .

wɪθ a shoulder to cry on VB155 idiom ə ˌʃəʊldə tə ˈkraɪ ɒn give a helping hand VB155 idiom ˌɡɪv ə ˌhelpɪŋ ˈhænd be there for VB155 idiom bi ˈðeə fɔː arson 104 n ˈɑːsən bribery 104 n ˈbraɪbəri counterfeiting 104 n ˈkaʊntəfɪtɪŋ hacking 104 n ˈhækɪŋ identity theft 104 n aɪˈdentəti ˌθeft kidnapping 104 n ˈkɪdnæpɪŋ mugging 104 n ˈmʌɡɪŋ shoplifting 104 n ˈʃɒpˌlɪftɪŋ stalking 104 n ˈstɔːkɪŋ vandalism 104 n ˈvændəl-ɪzəm accuse 106 v əˈkjuːz arrest 106 v əˈrest dream 106 v driːm thank 106 v θæŋk rescue 106 v ˈreskjuː save 106 v seɪv suspect 106 v səˈspekt apologise 106 v əˈpɒlədʒaɪz criticise 106 v ˈkrɪtəsaɪz ban 106 v bæn blame 106 v bleɪm charge 106 v tʃɑːdʒ clear 106 v klɪə necklace 106 n ˈnek-ləs hacker 106 n ˈhækə access 106 v ˈækses greedy 106 adj ˈɡriːdi activist 106 n ˈæktəvəst lobster 106 n ˈlɒbstə jury 106 n ˈdʒʊəri drown 106 v draʊn cheat 106 v tʃiːt boast VB156 v bəʊst conceal VB156 v kənˈsiːl condemn VB156 v kənˈdem fine VB156 v faɪn mistake VB156 v məˈsteɪk prohibit VB156 v prəˈhɪbət punish VB156 v ˈpʌnɪʃ hide VB156 v haɪd .diplomatic 98 adj ˌdɪpləˈmætɪk supportive 98 adj səˈpɔːtɪv tactful 98 adj ˈtæktfəl talk behind your back VB155 idiom ˌtɔːk bɪhaɪnd jɔː ˈbæk walk all over VB155 idiom ˌwɔːk ɔːl ˈəʊvə not lift a finger VB155 idiom ˌnɒt lɪft ə ˈfɪŋɡə go out of way to do something VB155 idiom ɡəʊ ˌaʊt əv ˈweɪ tə ˈduː ˌsʌmθɪŋ lock horns with VB155 idiom ˌlɒk ˈhɔːnz wɪð.

də- fall for 107 phr v ˈfɔːl fə fool 107 v fuːl pose 107 v pəʊz snatch 107 v snætʃ switch 107 v swɪtʃ swap 107 v swɒp fall off 110 phr v ˌfɔːl ˈɒf get knocked out 110 phr v ɡet ˌnɒkt ˈaʊt stuck 110 adj stʌk knock over 110 phr v ˌnɒk ˈəʊvə lock out of 110 phr v ˌlɒk ˈaʊt əv run over 110 phr v ˌrʌn ˈəʊvə on fire 110 n phr ɒn ˈfaɪə steal 110 v stiːl rob 110 v rɒb bonnet VB156 n ˈbɒnət boot VB156 n buːt indicator VB156 n ˈɪndəkeɪtə number plate VB156 n ˈnʌmbə ˌpleɪt steering wheel VB156 n ˈstɪərɪŋ ˌwiːl sun roof VB156 n ˈsʌn ruːf tail light VB156 n ˈteɪl laɪt tyre VB156 n taɪə windscreen VB156 n ˈwɪndskriːn windscreen wiper VB156 n ˈwɪndskriːn ˌwaɪpə wing VB156 n wɪŋ wing mirror VB156 n ˈwɪŋ ˌmɪrə collide with VB156 phr v kəˈlaɪd wɪð. wɪθ drive the wrong way VB156 v phr ˌdraɪv ðə ˌrɒŋ ˈweɪ exceed VB156 v ɪkˈsiːd overtake VB156 v ˌəʊvəˈteɪk pull out VB156 phr v ˌpʊl ˈaʊt scratch VB156 v skrætʃ skid VB156 v skɪd swerve VB156 v swɜːv gripping 116 adj ˈɡrɪpɪŋ touching 116 adj ˈtʌtʃɪŋ creepy 116 adj ˈkriːpi fast-paced 116 adj ˌfɑːst ˈpeɪst gory 116 adj ˈɡɔːri hysterical 116 adj hɪˈsterɪkəl controversial 116 adj ˌkɒntrəˈvɜːʃəl suspense 116 n səˈspens .joke VB156 v dʒəʊk participate VB156 v pɑːˈtɪsəpeɪt pretend 107 v prɪˈtend grab 107 v ɡræb be taken in 107 phr v bi ˌteɪkən ˈɪn deceive 107 v dɪˈsiːv distract 107 v dɪˈstrækt divert 107 v daɪˈvɜːt.

outstanding 116 adj aʊtˈstændɪŋ thought-provoking 116 adj ˈθɔːt prəˌvəʊkɪŋ intense 116 adj ɪnˈtens offensive 116 adj əˈfensɪv stir 120 n stɜː ground-breaking 120 adj ˈɡraʊnd ˌbreɪkɪŋ rave review 120 n phr ˌreɪv rɪˈvjuː sell-out 120 adj ˈsel aʊt hype 120 n haɪp letdown 120 n ˈletdaʊn flop 120 n flɒp mainstream 120 adj ˈmeɪnstriːm alternative 120 adj ɔːlˈtɜːnətɪv must-see 120 adj ˌmʌst ˈsiː drums VB157 n drʌmz acoustic guitar VB157 n əˌkuːstɪk ɡɪˈtɑː bass guitar VB157 n ˌbeɪs ɡɪˈtɑː fiddle VB157 n ˈfɪdl cello VB157 n ˈtʃeləʊ grand piano VB157 n ˌɡrænd piˈænəʊ trombone VB157 n trɒmˈbəʊn flute VB157 n fluːt clarinet VB157 n ˌklærəˈnet harp VB157 n hɑːp saxophone VB157 n ˈsæksəfəʊn blow your own trumpet VB157 idiom ˌbləʊ jər əʊn ˈtrʌmpət play second fiddle VB157 idiom pleɪ ˌsekənd ˈfɪdəl change your tune VB157 idiom ˌtʃeɪndʒ jə ˈtjuːn for a song VB157 idiom fər ə ˈsɒŋ ring a bell VB157 idiom ˌrɪŋ ə ˈbel face the music VB157 idiom ˌfeɪs ðə ˈmjuːzɪk fiddle with VB157 phr v ˈfɪdl wɪð. wɪθ drum up VB157 phr v ˌdrʌm ˈʌp peace and quiet 121 idiom ˌpiːs ən ˈkwaɪət on and off 121 phr ˌɒn ənd ˈɒf ups and downs 121 phr ˌʌps ən ˈdaʊnz sick and tired 121 phr ˌsɪk ən ˈtaɪəd through and through 121 phr ˌθruː ən ˈθruː give and take 121 phr ˌɡɪv ən ˈteɪk rough and ready 121 phr ˌrʌf ən ˈredi now and then 121 phr ˌnaʊ ən ˈðen the pros and cons 121 phr ðə ˌprəʊz ən ˈkɒnz in leaps and bounds 121 phr ɪn ˌliːps ən ˈbaʊndz sooner or later VB157 phr ˌsuːnər ɔː ˈleɪtə take it or leave it VB157 phr ˌteɪk ɪt ɔː ˈliːv ɪt sink or swim VB157 phr ˌsɪŋk ɔː swɪm give or take VB157 phr ˌɡɪv ɔː ˈteɪk all or nothing VB157 phr ˌɔːl ɔː ˈnʌθɪŋ life or death VB157 phr ˌlaɪf ɔː ˈdeθ hit or miss VB157 phr ˌhɪt ɔː ˈmɪs one way or another VB157 phr ˌwʌn weɪ ɔːr əˈnʌðə .

height 123 n haɪt length 123 n leŋθ widen 123 v ˈwaɪdn thickness 123 n ˈθɪknəs narrow 123 v ˈnærəʊ breadth 123 n bredθ. bretθ depth 123 n depθ enlarge 123 v ɪnˈlɑːdʒ shorten 123 v ˈʃɔːtn .

for example at the end of a letter or on a cheque to make someone happy or satisfied a feeling of happiness. so that you trust people too much and belie if someone is trustworthy.Definition practical and direct in a sensible honest way a person who is socially awkward and unpopular : a usually intelligent . address. or to get yourself ready for it the work of preparing something or preparing for something .. metal. or well done a piece of wood. or expert especially in a tec someone who likes being with other people to stay at home by yourself or with your family instead of going out to meet other people someone who is a fun person someone who is more productive in the morning funny and clever something that is spontaneous happens without being planned careful to avoid problems or danger strange or unusual if something is genuine. etc feeling impatient or angry because you are unable to do what you want feeling admiration and respect to wish that you could disappear because you are very embarrassed worried about something embarrassing happy because you are no longer worried or frightened feeling that something is as good as it should be. etc. nervous. satisfaction. or that something has happened in the way that very happy. it really is what it seems to be often becoming angry or unhappy not having much experience of how complicated life is. usually with a photograph to understand how serious or important a situation or problem is or what someone’s feelings are pleasure you feel when you realise something is good. you can trust them completely able to change easily someone who is outgoing enjoys meeting and talking to people showing that you understand and care about someone’s problems cruel and not kind to make attempts to make someone do something by threatening them or making them believe that to be very frightened to make you feel ill to make food come out of your mouth from your stomach because you are ill extremely interested to be very happy to shake a lot because you are scared.. excited and pleased unhappy because something you hoped for did not happen. useful. plastic. etc with words or pictures on it to give people information your name written the way you usually write it. or was not as good as you expected if you feel embarrassed. you feel nervous or uncomfortable about what other people think of you a creative person is good at thinking of new ideas not happy or relaxed because you keep thinking about a particular problem or something bad that smiling or laughing because something is funny feeling or showing anger to recognize someone or something and say correctly who or what they are something official that shows your name. or enjoyment to make plans or arrangements for something that will happen soon.

industry. etc that are negotiable can be discussed and changed not much or not many a short period during which you use or do something or employ someone to find out whether they are a non-refundable amount of money cannot be paid back to you to put your name on a list for something because you want to take part in it a special offer from a shop. or because of the something that you feel or do because of what has happened to you or been said to you if something develops. with which you can buy something for less than the usu a part of the cost of something that you pay before paying the total amount later to write all the necessary information on an official document. they combine to become a single substance a liquid or other substance that is made by mixing several substances together. especially in cooki to mention someone or something a letter containing information about you that is written by someone who knows you well. water. an illness which affects a person. university. etc. etc. or stop someone from doing something when someone is stopped from doing something or when something is stopped from happening to not suceed in achieving something a lack of success in achieving or doing something to give money. or being related to it in some way to give something. to a person or organisation that needs help something. or if you develop it. that you give to help a person or organization if you mix two or more substances. restaurant. changing. ideas etc to something that other people are also involved in something that you give or do to help make something successful to try to become involved in a situation when people do not want you to when someone interferes in something prices. especially for a long period of time. and the management of money connected with principles of what is right and wrong affecting or including the whole world relating to industry or the people working in it . or plant damage caused to air. especially money. animal. that can cause illness or death illegal activities which happen in a public place when people are extremely poor relating to family relationships and life at home relating to trade.to like or want someone or something more than someone or something else when someone likes something more than something else if an activity or situation involves something. that thing is a part of it taking part in something. soil. it gets bigger or becomes more important the process of growing. or the number of people who do not have a job lack of food. form etc the process of arranging to join a school. etc by harmful chemicals and waste when someone does not have a job. or if they mix. especially money. help. and is us to behave in a particular way because of what someone has done or said to you. amounts. course. or becoming better to happen or to be real or alive when something exists to protect someone or something from attack the act of protecting something or someone from attack to shout and say angry things to someone because you disagree with them a situation in which people speak angrily to each other because they disagree about something to behave towards someone in a particular way a particular way of behaving towards someone or of dealing with them to stop something from happening.

politics. especially in dangerous amounts the problem of people having nowhere to live violence in a family. you owe money to someone a piece of work that is carefully planned and done over a period of time. especially from a husband to his wife a sudden fall of a lot of earth or rocks down a hill. or to to calculate what something will be in the future. etc has to put things in a special place and keep them there . excitement etc a line of people or vehicles waiting for something to wait in a line waiting for something a medicine or treatment which makes an illness or injury better to make an illness or injury better an answer you give or a decision you make without being sure whether you are right to answer a question or to decide something without being sure whether you are right an additional amount of money you give to a person who has provided you with a service to give an additional amount of money to a person who has provided you with a service something that you say to someone that you know is not true to tell someone something that you know is not true going somewhere or doing something quickly to go somewhere or do something quickly to make someone pay money as a punishment money that you have to pay as a punishment to carefully watch or measure something to see how it changes over a period of time to find and use information. and public affairs of a country a very large amount of water that covers an area that is usually dry when a volcano sends out smoke. television programmes etc on a disc or tape so that people can listen to th to become less. money. when someone is very fat in a way that is unhealthy if you have debts. government. or the time you have to wait to stop something from happening when it should questions or activities which measure someone's skill or knowledge to measure someone's skill or knowledge by giving them questions or activities to do to say something very loudly a loud call expressing anger. using the information you have now the fastest speed. fire. pain. information etc to allow something to happen or someone to do something the official piece of paper that allows it to happen or be done when you have to wait for something to happen. highest or lowest level etc that has ever been achieved or rea to store music. or the amount by which something becomes less an urgent request for something important to make a serious public request for help.relating to or happening in the country rather than in the city in or relating to a town or city relating to the government. and rock a sudden shaking of the earth's surface that often causes a lot of damage a long period of dry weather when there is not enough water the practice of taking illegal drugs. longest distance. sound. especially on a computer to recognize someone or something and say correctly who or what they are when someone is stopped from doing something or when something is stopped from happening illegal activities in general the power that a leader. cliff. or if you are in debt. or to make something do this the process of becoming less. etc.

or invitation to remove something . without thinking about the possible bad results very shocking or bad worrying or upsetting fair and sensible not allowed by law every bad thing has a good side what you do to other people will also happen to you when someone or something hurts. scares or upsets you. or to stop doing an acti to learn something by listening to or watching other people to arrive to search for something online or in a book to stop sleeping. usually without a clear direction or purpose to move on your hands and knees sudden and surprising extremely good.to know the present state or position of something. it is worth trying it when you are in a different place. you then tend to avoid that person or thi even if something is unlikely to succeed. large. behave like the people there to say something very quietly. especially when you get married to become interested in a new activity and to spend time doing it to look after and influence a child until he or she is grown up to agree to do some work or be responsible for something if time goes by. or grateful very funny making you have strong feelings of sadness or sympathy to start a company or organization to start living a quiet and calm life in one place. when it keeps changing information or facts when someone is being watched. making a noise. request. especially sadness or sympathy making you feel sad. or to make someone stop sleeping to telephone someone later to make it difficult for someone to pay attention to what they are doing by talking. principle. for example by the police or by doctors a situation in which someone tries to find out details about another person's private affairs in a way morally wrong doing things that are not sensible. etc to admire and respect someone to die – use this when you want to avoid saying the word ‘die’ to stop going to university or school before you have completed your studies. sympathetic. it passes to continue to gradually change from being a child to being an adult to support an idea. or great encouraging and making you want to do something excellent and unusual extreme or very great making you feel strong emotions. using your breath rather than your voice to open your mouth wide and breathe deeply because you are tired or bored to look at someone or something for a long time to take a deep breath and breathe out slowly and loudly because you are annoyed or unhappy to walk slowly across or around an area. to refuse an offer.

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usually in order to be sold .large objects in a room. number or level to decide and state how much something should cost to go or come into a place the amount of money you have to pay for something to tell the public about a product or service in order to persuade them to buy it or use it something that is grown or made in a factory in large quantities. or event the things you say to someone when you tell them what you think they should do a study on a subject in detail so that you can discover new facts about it information about something that has happened recently the things that you need to do a job or sport the temperature and other conditions such as sun. process etc your general attitude to life and the world a balance between two very different things not harmful to the environment working well without wasting energy a hand-held machine is small enough to hold in your hand when you use it a high-definition television or computer shows images very clearly long-life products continue working longer than ordinary ones small enough to fit into your pocket or be carried easily uses the power of the sun's light and heat to power products a voice-activated piece of equipment starts working at the sound of someone’s voice not allowing water to enter fixed permanently somewhere and not possible to remove to become involved in a new job or business activity to start something big or important to increase an amount. especially as opposed to machines or animals in good condition and good health able to do something well the ability or tendency to think that things are funny. tables. or skill able to think and understand things very quickly. person. person. rain. feel. and beds problems or difficulties facts or details about a situation. especially in a way that improves them to cause physical harm to something to completely change the way people do something or think about something the failure of a relationship or system an important new discovery or development the bad part of something a disadvantage the final result of a meeting. or funny things you say that show you have this to change your behaviour or ideas because it is necessary in a new situation to make small changes to the way you do things in order to get used to a new situation or condition to damage or hurt someone or something a change or result that happens because of an event or action to make it possible for someone to do something or for something to happen to change something or someone completely. such as chairs. and wind space somewhere for a particular thing. practical ability. or activity knowledge. and imagine things able to stay calm even in difficult situations using new and interesting ideas belonging to or relating to people. and not easily deceived your thoughts or your ability to think.

a particular country or area where a company sells its goods or where a particular type of goods is if you increase something. believe in. that suddenly appears on a computer screen. or if you develop it. or degree to help something happen or be successful to express support or approval of someone or something to identify a product or service that does not exist. or agree with something unfair treatment of people because they are old to reach the age when you are legally an adult an elderly person is old behaving like a younger person the time in your life when you are strongest and most active when someone behaves sensibly and like an adult to behave in a way which is typical for people of your age. answer etc very bad or unpleasant to refuse to accept. or to talk about their faults unrealistic ideas are not sensible or based on what is really likely to happen very unusual and strange if something develops. shown to advertise it a short phrase that is easy to remember and is used in advertising or politics to change how something develops. or a soci behaving or happening in the way that you expect. or size of something less or smaller to control someone or something or to have more importance than other people or things a product that a particular company makes to telephone or visit someone you have never met before and try to sell them something an advertisement on television or radio a short part of a film or television programme. so that there is an opportunity to develop that pr to make the price. your abilities. or if it increases. often containing an advertisement. or your relationships with people not known to you able to speak two languages very well a system or method for carrying passengers or goods from one place to another appearing or happening once every two months or twice each month . different and interesting not feeling at all confident about yourself. or how someone behaves a short song used in television or radio advertisements a design that is the official sign of a company or organization a type of product made by a company a window. it becomes bigger in number. or refusing to do it to behave badly to understand something wrongly not useful or important in a particular situation likely to make you ill not behaving or happening in the way that you expect. amount. amount. it gets bigger or becomes more important to think of an idea. especia a series of actions intended to achieve a particular result relating to politics or business. and not different or interesting to express your disapproval of someone or something. not like a much younger person to reach the age when you are legally considered to be an adult the number of years someone has lived or something has existed unrealistic ideas are not sensible or based on what is really likely to happen not sensible or reasonable not happy because something is not as good as you had expected annoyed because of delays or mistakes that make you wait living or continuing for ever not wanting to do something.

or to make no progress to have feelings of happiness and sadness at the same time to think of the good things about a situation to feel very worried about something that is going to happen a feeling that you have no hope at all cheerful and making you feel that good things will happen to be excited and pleased about something that is going to happen the good and bad things that happen in life. wh to change written or spoken words into another language a meeting in which someone asks you questions. make-up or jewellery on your body a small plastic card that you use to buy goods or services and pay for them later to make a hole in or through something using an object with a sharp point a small two-wheeled vehicle with an engine a young child who has just learned to walk when someone flies or does an activity alone after the usual time to have control over or responsibility for something or someone to organize or be in charge of an activity. it legally belongs to you. or show what t animals and plants living in natural conditions an exciting film or book about murder or crime a story etc about a crime. etc to give information. pictures. or country television programmes that film ordinary people doing their jobs or living their lives. business etc very soon or quickly very soon again and again at the last moment before it is too late to do something to do something without worrying spend time doing something unimportant while waiting for something to stop doing something earlier than you had planned lost time or opportunities have not been used in the way that would have given you the greatest a to delay doing something for only a part of the normal working day or week a mobile phone which you can use as a small computer if you own something. business. used in computers and other machines a piece of equipment like a large horn which you talk through to make your voice sound louder. especially because you bought it or were given it if something belongs to you. or going from one city to another a vehicle with two wheels that you ride by pushing its pedals with your feet to have no success. shoes. equal to just over a million bytes a machine that cooks food very quickly. using electric waves instead of heat a multi-storey building has many levels to do more than one thing at the same thing a period of time between two events or activities a scientific instrument that makes extremely small things look larger relating to or involving more than one country using a mixture of sounds. often a murder.a unit for measuring computer information. you own it to have something such as clothes. and a detective who tries to find out who did it a television programme in which people play games in order to win prizes a competition in which you have to answer questions . especially to find out if you are suitable for a job the process of moving goods or people from one place to another happening between two or more cities. especially on a computer a very small piece of silicon containing electronic parts. organization.

or asking them ma to say that you have done something wrong or illegal to tell someone that you are sorry that you have upset them or caused them problems to say that you will definitely do something or that something will definitely happen to say firmly that you will not do or accept something supporting one person or group in an unfair way. and not very much serious news one copy or form of a book. to tolerate to let someone stay in your house and give them meals to admit that you were wrong to say something to make you remember a time in the past to happen in a particular way or to be found to be something if a lot of people turn out for an event. or typical part of something a way of reporting events that makes them seem as strange. exciting. week. consisting of news updates. they go to watch it or take part in it to drive onto a road from another road end one's involvement or quit say no lower the level to postpone doing something or an event make someone dislike something to hire to compete against to start to talk about something to look after and influence a child until he or she is grown up if a car or a machine breaks down. notice etc to meet or find someone or something by chance if someone comes across in a particular way. TV programme. interesting. newspaper. they seem to have particular qualities to accept an unpleasant situation or person without complaining. rather than reporting facts an important. or a separate part of a newspaper. which is put first a continuous transmission of data. m a page in a newspaper that gives the editor’s opinion about something. in which people wear costu important political events or other events in society that are happening now a television programme which shows real events in the form of a story a story that is broadcast or printed in several separate parts a set of television or radio programmes that have the same characters or deal with the same type a funny television programme that has the same characters every week in a different story a TV programme made up of short humorous scenes a television soap a film or a television or radio programme that gives detailed information about a particular subject introduce a product or make something available to make something easier to see. to web sites through a syndicated n . or shocking as possible an additional part at the end of a book. magazine. a lot of photographs. when you should treat everyone fairly the average number of copies of a newspaper or magazine that are usually sold each day. it stops working fail or end unsucessfully to say that someone has done something wrong or illegal to say that something is not true to make someone decide to do something by telling them why it is a good idea. magazine etc a newspaper that has small pages. etc most current news the title of a newspaper report.information about something that has happened recently a play. which is printed in large letters above the report the most important report in a newspaper or news programme. or film that is about a particular time in history. taste.

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or the meat of this animal as food a group of twelve ordinary people in a court who decide whether someone is guilty to die by being under water for too long. g to talk too proudly about your abilities. power. achievements. especially in a competition. especially in an unkind way to treat someone very badly to not make any effort to help someone to do something to help even though it's not convenient for you to be in a conflict with somebody someone who gives somebody sympathy when they're upset to do something to help somebody to be available for a person the crime of deliberately making a building burn when someone offers or accepts bribes copying something exactly in order to deceive people someone who secretly uses or changes the information in other people’s computer systems a crime in which someone gets personal information about someone so they can use that person’s b to take someone somewhere by force. a shell. money. the person is taken away because the police think they have done som to have a dream of something for the future to tell someone that you are grateful for something that they have given you or done for you to save someone from harm or danger to make someone or something safe from danger or harm to think that someone is probably guilty of a crime to tell someone that you are sorry that you have upset them or caused them problems to express your disapproval of someone or something. especially on a computer wanting more food. especially because you think to make someone pay money as a punishment to wrongly think that one person or thing is someone or something else to say that an action is illegal or not allowed to make someone suffer because they have done something wrong or broken the law to deliberately put or keep something or someone in a place where they cannot easily be seen or . especially in order to get money for returning them to attack and rob someone in a public place the crime of taking things from shops without paying for them a person who follows and watches someone for a long time in a way that annoys or frightens them to deliberately damage things. or to talk about their faults to officially say that people must not do something to say or think that someone or something is responsible for something bad to state officially that someone may be guilty of a crime to prove that someone is not guilty of something a piece of jewellery that you wear around your neck someone who secretly uses or changes the information in other people’s computer systems to find and use information. or possessions to hide something carefully to say very strongly that you do not approve of something or someone. and large claws. especially public property to say that someone has done something wrong or illegal if the police arrest someone. or to kill someone in this way to behave in a dishonest way in order to win or to get an advantage. possessions etc than you need someone who works to achieve social or political change a sea animal with eight legs.relating to the relationships between countries giving help or encouragement careful not to say or do something that will upset someone to talk about someone without them knowing.

afraid. it moves away from the side of a road into a line of traffic to make a small cut or mark on something by pulling something sharp across it if a vehicle skids. it becomes separated from the main part to make someone become unconscious or go to sleep impossible or unable to move from a particular position to hit someone with a vehicle while you are driving. sympathetic. etc causing a lot of disagreement among people the feeling you have when waiting for something exciting to happen . so that they are hurt or killed to keep someone out of a place by locking the door to hit someone or something with a vehicle. shop. or grateful making you feel nervous and slightly frightened quick moving involving a lot of violence and blood unable to control your behaviour or emotions because you are very excited.to say things that are funny or that you do not really mean to take part in an activity or event to behave as though something is true when you know that it is not to take hold of someone or something suddenly or violently to be completely deceived by someone who lies to you to make someone believe something that is not true to take someone’s attention away from what they are doing to deliberately take someone’s attention from something by making them think about or notice other to be tricked into believing something that is not true to make someone believe something that is not true to pretend to be someone else. or person the front part of a car that covers the engine an enclosed space at the back of a car. angry. it suddenly slides sideways and you cannot control it to suddenly move to the left or right while you are driving a gripping film. story etc is very exciting and interesting making you feel sad. in order to deceive people: to take something from someone with a sudden movement to change from one thing to another thing to exchange something you have for something that someone else has if part of something falls off. used for carrying bags etc one of the lights on a car that flash to show which way the car is turning the sign on the front and back of a vehicle that shows its official number a wheel that you turn to control the direction of a car a part of the roof of a car that you can open to let in air and light one of the two red lights at the back of a vehicle the round piece of rubber that fits around a wheel of a car. bus etc a long piece of metal with a rubber edge that moves across a windscreen to remove the rain the part of a car that is above a wheel a mirror on the side of a car to hit something or someone that is moving in a different direction from you to make a mistake in the direction you take to go beyond what rules or laws say you are allowed to do to go past a moving vehicle or person because you are going faster than them if a car pulls out. and drive over them to be burning to take something that does not belong to you to steal money or other things from a bank. bicycle etc and is filled with air the large window at the front of a car.

that plays low notes a violin a large wooden musical instrument that you hold between your knees and play by pulling a bow acr the type of large piano often used in concerts a large metal musical instrument that you play by blowing into it and sliding a long tube in and out a musical instrument like a thin pipe that you play by holding it across your lips and blowing over a a wooden musical instrument like a long black tube that you play by blowing into it a large musical instrument with strings stretched across a frame with three corners. to make it seem good or something that disappoints you because it is not as good as you expected a film.excellent and impressive a thought-provoking book. etc extreme or very great likely to offend anyone a feeling of excitement or annoyance groundbreaking work involves making new discoveries. using new methods etc an article in a newspaper or magazine that gives a very positive opinion about a new book. sports game etc for which all the tickets have been sold when something is talked about a lot on television. plan. or traditional highly recommended as worth seeing a musical instrument made of skin stretched over a circular frame. interest. or product that is not successful the most usual ideas or ways of doing something that are accepted by most people deliberately different from what is usual. especially because you are bored or nervous to get support. each person agrees to do some of the things that the not perfect. played by hitting it with your hand an acoustic guitar or other musical instrument does not have its sound made louder electronically an electric guitar with four strings. but good enough for a particular purpose sometimes the advantages and disadvantages of something. play. expected. us to talk positively about yourself to take a less important role to suddenly take a different perspective very cheaply remind somebody of something. in the newspapers etc. attention etc from people by making an effort when everything is quiet and calm for short periods but not regularly over a long period of time the good and bad things that happen in life. show. business etc angry or bored with something that has been happening for a long time completely if there is give and take between two people. which you play a curved musical instrument made of metal that you play by blowing into it and pressing buttons. fil a performance. film. etc makes you think deeply about the subject of the film. which you consider when making a decision about very much. sound familiar to experience the results of something bad you have done to keep moving and touching something. very quickly used to say that something will definitely happen but you are not sure when an offer has been made and it's non negotiable and will not change to succeed or fail without help from anyone else to within a specific amount having no middle position or compromise available extremely important as likely to be unsuccessful as successful using any method possible. book. somehow .

or if it enlarges.how tall someone or something is the distance from one end of something to the other end to become wider. or to make something shorter . or to make something wider how thick something is to become narrower. or to make something narrower the distance from one side of something to the other the distance from the top of something to the bottom of it if you enlarge something. it gets bigger to become shorter.

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The exam results were such a remarkable achievement for him.I can never keep track of how old their kids are. Milo took up painting for a while but soon lost interest.once bitten. Students are under intense pressure to succeed. She left the company to set up her own business. or what she stands for. It was a hilarious comedy show. The price of petrol these days is absolutely outrageous! There has been a disturbing increase in crime. do as the Romans do.what goes around comes around. She was brought up by her grandparents. I didn't want to take it again . He's collecting data for his report. I think that having CCTV on our streets is a complete invasion of privacy. I'd like to settle down. I crashed my old car. She moved with incredible speed. I laughed all night. I'm busy at the moment. After I failed my driving test for the first time. The meeting went on longer than expected. twice shy! I don't think I really have enough experience to get that job. but my new one is much nicer!' 'Every cloud has a silver lining. It's illegal to park here. The scientists have been charged with unethical medical practices. A good teacher must be inspiring to their students. nothing gained! If everyone in the office wears casual clothes. . I picked up a few words of French while I was in France. She sat gazing out of the window. Two weeks went by before Tony called. Phil sighed heavily and shook his head. I'll wake you up when it's time to leave. She cried when she heard the touching story. but nothing ventured. Don't take on too much work. She passed away in her sleep. Can I ring you back? It puts me off reading when you watch me. He looks up to his older brother. There was a poignant scene near the end of the film. There must be a reasonable explanation for his behaviour. We spent the morning wandering around the old part of the city.' You should always treat people with respect . He’s got a very irresponsible attitude to his work. He had dropped out of college. I look up all new words using my online dictionary. remember that when in Rome. You'll be exhausted. He leaned over to whisper something to her. What do you want to be when you grow up? I don't like her. get married and live in the countryside. He looked at his watch and yawned. it was a deeply moving experience. I'm not going to turn down an invitation to New York! He took off his shoes. The drama was so well written. He turned up late and missed the starter. The baby is just learning to crawl. Police have the man under surveillance. Her new hairstyle a dramatic change from what it was before.

Where's my coat? I think I hung it up here. Your garden is delightful! I could spend all day there. Customers only have a limited time to examine the goods. We get on quite well now though! Can you switch the laptop off when you're not using it? I hate it when he just switches off and doesn't listen to me. If I haven't heard of a famous historical person. Tom wears glasses. We went to a new restaurant last night and the cook was superb! Look at that breathtaking view! There have been significant changes in the exam system. Johnson is a really good read. Let's play cards. If you chill the lemonade. The weather was perfect all week. it's almost dead. Have you seen the computer manual? I can't work out how to set it up. I have a coat made of thick woollen cloth. I travel light and don't take many toiletries with me on holiday. She turned the camera and focus on Martin's face. We always do a bit of horseback riding on holiday. Have you ever read one of Jane Austin's novels? She writes a blog about beauty and fashion. The meeting went smoothly and we managed to follow the agenda. It's sometimes hard to keep up with all the social media updates. You look stunning in that dress. Shelley’s poetry is very descriptive. The remains of a temple are just over there. . I normally look them up on Wikipedia. I'm going to have a weekend away to recharge my batteries. We needed tonnes of concrete to build our house. We asked one of the locals to recommend a café. it'll taste nicer. Abdel ran down the stairs. My little brother used to wind me up all the time. All assignments must be given in to your teacher by Friday. He needs to focus on passing his exams and not the World Cup. Have you ever read a manga? Boswell’s biography of Dr. I love looking at the photos in gossip magazines. I read a very interesting online article about street crime in Europe. Her luggage was in the back of the car. He was still in his work clothes. I listen to classical music to chill out. They have an apartment on the outskirts of Geneva. Jamie posts tweets about political events in his town. The boat was made of wood. Do you know any autobiographies of American film stars I could read? Our school went online this year. Your daughter is an exceptional student. He wrote some great music. I like discussing political issues and the news on website forums. I need to wind up my watch. His film is the latest Hollywood blockbuster. but the lyrics weren’t that good. I need to recharge my phone.

We're gradually adjusting to the new way of working. The movie transformed Amy from an unknown schoolgirl into a star. Children may find it hard to adapt to a new school.000. What's the weather like today? Is there enough room in the fridge for the shopping? The candidate possesses the necessary know-how. Global warming has had an effect on skin cancer. When I go hiking I always take a water-proof jacket. It's currently impossible to fully understand the human mind. We have built-in cupboards in our kitchen. Too much sun can harm your skin. The journalist had a sharp mind. Many British singers have found it hard to break into the American market. Lighting is now more energy-efficient. Police have made a breakthrough in their hunt for the killers. It's very difficult to set the right price for a service. It's vital to have a sense of humour in this job. There is a trade-off between the risks and the benefits involved. Have you got a pocket-sized dictionary? I've got a solar-powered radio. We had to raise the price. He moved away after the breakdown of his marriage. We often use long-life batteries.The desk was the only piece of furniture in the room. The factory assembles the final product. What characterizes our human nature? When I finished my triathalon season I was in really great shape. The book contains information about many subjects. She's very good with words. We have launched a campaign to raise $50. Mike is cool-headed and can think clearly even when he's in danger. I try to buy eco-friendly products. I think she'll make a editor. Watch high definition TV programmes on this new TV. I have some good news for you! We now have new computer equipment for our office. She has a positive outlook on life. The only drawback to a holiday in Scotland is the weather. Most cameras are hand-held. The house has been badly damaged by fire. The price of fuel has come down. Can you give me some advice about buying a house? Conner spent eight years on cell damage research. The poster advertising sportswear became really well known. We worked hard to enter the Chinese market. We've been having trouble with the new computer system. The money enabled me to buy a house. The downside of the plan is the cost. Technology is going to continue to revolutionise the way that we live. . We will know the outcome of the election later tonight. There are lots of voice-activated gadgets around nowadays. Please take some time and try to come up with an inventive solution to the problem.

He showed a lack of maturity for his age. A logo needs to be easily recognisable. He gets impatient with the kids. He's unwilling to admit he was wrong. Is that the best excuse you can come up with? What dreadful weather! Sarah rejected her brother's offer of help. He’s very immature. This is a very popular make of washing machine. What a bizarre coincidence that we meet here. I won't bore you with all the irrelevant details. I can't understand your illogical behaviour. Some TV commercials are really memorable. My friend's daughter is bilingual . we’ll have a special celebration. please let us know. Make sure your child does not misbehave. Please take care of yourself and change your unhealthy diet. It had an unpredictable ending.Our main overseas market is Japan. What type of campaign would influence you to buy a new product? Local radios have lots of adverts with jingles. We had a meeting to promote trade between Taiwan and the UK. He's now 40 and he's still in his prime. We need improved rail transport in this town. He looked out into a crowd of unfamiliar faces. Have you been following the American election campaigns? It was an entertaining but predictable film. They’re trying to reduce the price so that they can sell more. I'm the editor of a bimonthly magazine about pets. Please. He felt insecure about his appearance. Make up your mind! If you are dissatisfied with our service. She saw a gap in the market and invented a product to meet that need. She had misinterpreted his silence as anger. Some websites have a lot of pop-ups to bring in income. When he comes of age. Have you seen the latest trailer for this film? It's going to be awesome! I often remember advertising slogans. She had rather unrealistic expectations of marriage. I think we need to increase our prices to cover our costs. The industry is dominated by five multinational companies. . Nobody is immortal. act your age and stop buying yourself toys! He'll receive the money when he comes of age. Ron does nothing but criticize and complain all the time. I gave up my seat on the underground when an elderly woman got on. A major celebrity endorses our new products. I think we need to develop our ideas further. She had rather unrealistic expectations of marriage. I love this new brand of soap.her father is Spanish and her mother is Polish. I think she looks young for her age. I think I didn't get the job because of age discrimination. Cold calls are such a nuistance.

My uncle once participated in a game show and won a car. she'd leave him. Each sample was examined under the microscope. It'll be impossible to make up for lost time. We expected the company to drag its heels. My dad's in charge of the TV remote in our house! She used to run her own business abroad. Duane and his wife own a restaurant in Atlanta. They will arrive any time now. She told him time after time that if he didn't stop gambling. Can Ella ride a bicycle yet? He was going nowhere with the new book he was writing. You can travel on an intercity train across Europe. She was filled with despair when she thought about her future. There's no need to rush.How many megabytes is this file? You can heat the soup in a microwave. I prefer a film with an upbeat ending. I own my smartphone to check my email. Every marriage has its ups and downs. browse the internet and many other things. There is a multi-storey car park next to the shopping centre. The goods are in transit. Japan’s largest producer of microchips has just opened a factory in the UK. I'm currently doing a part-time job. Does this umbrella belong to you? She was wearing a lot of make-up. During the interval of the play. Take your time. . The new detective series is really fast-paced. We had mixed feelings about moving so far away. When did you first travel solo? My children stay up late on a Friday night. My mother told me to always look on the bright side of life. Our company is part of an international group. The doctor arrived in the nick of time. The prize for winning the quiz is a TV. Did you see that wildlife programme on predators? I can't watch thrillers before going to bed because then I have nightmares. I usually have to multitask when I'm at work. Phil’s really dreading his interview tomorrow. I see lots of children riding scooters in the park. We'll be there in no time. The teacher used a megaphone at sportsday so that he could be heard. She had an interview for a teaching job. I'm so looking forward to my next holiday. I'm babysitting for a toddler tonight. Translate the text from Italian to English. you can get a drink from the theatre bar. The band had to cut short its concert tour. She works as a multimedia designer in San Francisco. Can I pay by credit card? My daughter is getting her ears pierced when she's older. I can't understand why some people love reality shows so much. He's killing time before his doctor's appointment.

You'd better take back that remark. Soap operas are normally shown at the same time each day. . but she refused. Joanna wished things had turned out differently. The article was quite biased! The newspaper has a circulation of 2 million. The lead story is the one I always start reading. The chairman of the company admitted that mistakes had been made.Did you watch the six o'clock news? Downtown Abbey is a famous costume drama. England will have to take on Germany to get through to the finals. That song takes me back to being a teenager. John was trying to persuade me to stay. Thousands turned out on the streets to watch the London Marathon runners. Did you see the breaking news story? You need an eye-catching headline to get people to read the article. Are you accusing me of lying? In court they denied all the charges. I like reading the editorial page as it's often full of opinions. He apologised for being late. Docudramas are becoming more and more popular. He puts up with a lot at work. Don't bring up her past. The company brought out a new smartphone last night. Can you turn that music down. I hope my friend can put me up this weekend. I always read the supplement whilst my partner reads the main newspaper. My car broke down on the way to work. That disgusting story really put me off my food! The company took on five apprentice. She doesn't like talking about it. The new sketch show is really funny. I asked her to marry me. People often read magazines because of the sensationalism. She comes across as a very intelligent young woman. A local film crew is making a documentary about earthquakes. I left London when my marriage broke down. I watch the news to keep up with current affairs. I was brought up a Catholic. The six part serial will soon be finished. I came across an old diary in her desk. She pulled out without looking. The agony aunt page is my favourite feature. McDermott pulled out with an injury at the last minute. I find out about the most current news through the news feed. Have you seen the new comedy series on TV last night? I don’t really like watching sitcoms. please! I put off the gardener until the weather was better. She turned down his proposal. She promised to write to me. The spices really bring out the flavour of the meat. Do you prefer tabloids or broadsheets? The first edition of the book was published in 1836.

I'll never forgot the generosity he showed towards my parents. she loves tight-fitting jeans. We are looking into the cause of the fire. Have you been on holiday? You are lovely and sun-tanned. I had assertiveness training when I started my new role as a manager. Let me ask you a direct question. These shoes are expensive because they are hand-made. The decision of whether to invest in new stock was postponed till the next financial year. We've had a three-year long relationship. We had to evaluate the situation before we made a decision. Our dogs have never shown any aggression towards other dogs. She’s a very sensible girl. They are demanding equality for men and women. If a website's navigation is difficult. Babies have very little control over their movements. I work in a very collaborative team. I was curly-haired as a child. Moving house can be a time-consuming process. People want to feel they have some power over their future. She created a ten-foot high statue. The killers must be brought to justice. He had an aggressive attitude when he entered the room.Click on the video link and watch the story! It’s going to rain. It took four days for the letter to reach me. she had a confrontational style of management. Her husband had betrayed her by lying to her. Teachers meet regularly to evaluate students’ progress. I don't like him because he is motivated by greed. Scott has made the decision to join the navy. It looks as if she's sticking to her word. You should follow your principles. nobody will use it. I wore a brand-new dress for the party. My child's birth was a life-changing moment. Remember to stay focused. He has been involved in a long-running dispute with his neighbour. He's a three-day-old baby. he's much more broad-shouldered. The menu bar contains different tabs to click on. He was very sensitive to other people's needs. I wish I was straight-haired. We finally arrived at our decision. Jane is getting married soon so she bought white high-heeled shoes. The staff were unfriendly and unhelpful. . She never wears baggy trousers. I prefer dark-haired men. I believe in fairness and justice. Some websites have a lot of pop-up ads to bring in income. Unfortunately. The navigation buttons must be clear and easy to click on. according to the weather forecast. The general principle is that free education should be available for children up to the age of sixteen. He is well-qualified for the job. Since he's gone to the gym. We spent a week exploring the idea of employing a new partner.

The doctor mistook the symptoms for blood poisoning. We tried everything – persuasion. He rescued two people from the fire. There has been a series of kidnappings in Africa. Crime is on the increase. The lifeguard saved a boy from drowning. especially mugging and burglary. He apologised for being late. I often dream of becoming a ballerina. He was charged with murder. . Vandalism costs councils thousands of pounds. She was arrested for shoplifting. My friend needs to paint her room so I'll give her a helping hand. She is banned from entering the building. The threat of hacking and computer viruses is increasing. I do all the work and Al never lifts a finger. Jon criticised me of complaining all the time. Counterfeiting is a significant problem in the art world. She was cleared of manslaughter. She knew that society would condemn her for leaving her children. He will always go out of his way to help you. Mark and Sally are very supportive of each other. The boss concealed the truth of the accounts from his employees.The U. people will walk all over you. Jim always locks horns with people on every possible subject. The boys almost drowned in the river. The company is inclined to boast of its success. It’s unfair to punish a whole class for the actions of one or two students. I don't want to live in a greedy and selfish society. They are prohibited from revealing details about the candidates. Have you ever eaten lobster? The members of the jury decide if a person is guilty or innocent. She claimed I cheated in the test. threats. I thanked him for the flowers. I've had a horrible day. Activist groups fight for vulnerable people. wants to establish diplomatic relations with China. bribery. My parents are always there for me if I need them. Banks were blamed for causing the economic crisis. They're always talking about her behind her back. She was fined for speeding.S. There was no tactful way of phrasing what he wanted to say. The school was destroyed in an arson attack. I need a shoulder to cry on. Celebrities are at risk of stalking. I bought some software for accessing the Internet. He was accused of trying to hide evidence from the police. A hacker had managed to get into the system. The identity theft wrecked his life. If you don't voice your opinion. He bought her a diamond necklace. Are you accusing me of lying? The police arrested Eric for shoplifting. She was suspected of hacking into government computers.

Within minutes the top floor was on fire.The guys laughed and joked about it later. I left my keys inside and locked myself out of the flat. one of my indicator lights isn't working. The boy snatched the note from her hand. Can you put the luggage in the boot? I need to go to the garage. The story was fast-paced it was hard to keep up with it at times. Don't keep us in suspense! What happened? . The accident happened as he was overtaking a bus. I’ll need to check under the bonnet. His head hit a table as he fell and he got knocked out. I couldn't take my eyes off it. The car skidded on ice. Eight schools participated in the project. He is too smart to fall for that trick. They got stuck in a traffic jam for hours. I can't watch gory films because they make my stomach turn. A stone shattered my windscreen. Can you remember your number plate? She gripped the steering wheel tightly. He likes driving with the sun roof open. He felt it was a little creepy the way she spoke to him. The two men were jailed for robbing a bank. Make sure you can see out of both wing mirrors. She drove the wrong way to the supermarket. I was completely deceived. Someone stole my passport. She swerved but too late. She was caught posing as a police officer. Don’t be taken in by products claiming to help you lose weight in a week. Some idiot pulled out in front of me. He exceeded the speed limit on more than one occasion. Can I swap my ten pound note for two fivers? The handle fell off. They produced a touching story. A woman was knocked over by a bus last year. Don’t distract me while I’m driving! The crime crackdown is an attempt to divert attention from social problems. He collided with another car at the traffic lights. When she heard the explosion she became hysterical. He pretended to be angry but he wasn't really. If you switch your phone for a newer model it'll work better. Can you check my tail lights are working? I had a flat tyre on the way home. He was run over and killed by a bus. Don’t be fooled into thinking it’s easy to lose weight. I'm afraid I scratched your car. She grabbed my bag and ran. Windscreen wipers make it easier to drive in the rain. The wing got badly damaged in the car crash. It was a gripping drama. The site of the new road has been a controversial issue.

The grand piano was in the centre of the orchestra. It was a ground-breaking play. really. I play the harp at wedding receptions. It was hit or miss whether they'd make it in time for the party. It's the must-see performance of the year. The end of the book was a real letdown. The concert was expected to be a sell-out. These jeans are great and I bought them for a song! The name rings a bell but I don't remember the face. All I want is some peace and quiet. it's good to weigh up the pros and cons. Every marriage has its ups and downs. I always play second fiddle so no one notices me. there has to be some give and take. It felt like a life or death decision and really important for my future. Our manager is blowing his own trumpet again. I went home to face the music. The bills have to be paid one way or another. He’s bound to find out sooner or later.He gave an outstanding performance. She travelled throughout America drumming up support for the election. The fiddle is a common instrument in celtic music. Trombones are loud brass instruments. I went through mainstream education. He wanted to play the cello from a young age. fiddling with a deck of cards. He’s been smoking for ten years now. I hear from him every now and then. The show’s first series was a complete flop. It was an all or nothing decision. She was in the living room. She likes playing alternative roles in films. Students are under intense pressure to succeed.give or take a kilometre. My brother can play the saxophone. The walk is about 10 kilometres . There’s been a lot of media hype surrounding this movie. I needed to change my tune after Ann told me the truth about Jim.take it or leave it. I thought the joke was rather offensive. but it isn't. It looks easy to play the flute. Plans for the motorway created quite a stir among locals. I'm sick and tired of your excuses! He's a typical Englishman through and through. even though we did most of the work. . The book got rave reviews in its first week. They don’t give you a lot of guidance – you’re just left to sink or swim. His Spanish has improved in leaps and bounds since he moved to Madrid. In any relationship. on and off. When you're choosing a savings account. Have you ever played the drums? She sang one of the songs on the album with just the acoustic guitar. This book about the war is very thought-provoking. The clarinets are wind instruments. The bass guitar often gives the beat of the music. The tests are only a rough and ready guide to a pupil’s future development. That's the deal .

The lake has an average depth of six to eight metres. . What’s the length of the room? When did they widen the road? Can you see the different thicknesses of the old stone walls? The road narrows here. Can I have these photos enlarged? Smoking shortens your life.The boys are about the same height. No one could equal Dr Brenninger’s breadth of knowledge.

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