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FLUCTUATE (verb): Rise and fall irregularly. "The exchange rates fluctuates ever y day".

ACCUMULATE (verb): to gather, pile, collect. "Over his long career, he had accum ulated a large number of awards" ANTICIPATE (verb): to feel or realise before something happened. "He sold all hi s shares because he anticipated a fall in the market." AMEND (verb): to change or alter. "He amended his earlier statement because he h ad missed some important details." CHART (noun): a picture/graphic representing something. hart, sales have fallen in the last year BRIEF (adjective): short or temporary. a rest, then carried on. As you can see from the c

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VOLUNTARY (adjective): unpaid, charitable. 'A lot of assistance given in third w orld countries is provided by voluntary workers.' TRANSFORM (verb): dramatically change appearance of. 'Industrial areas can be tr ansformed into beautiful park areas' CEASE (verb): to stop. 'The factory ceased production in 2010 and has never reop ened.' RESTRICT (verb): control, limit. 'The internet makes it difficult for parents to restrict the type of information their children see. REINFORCE (verb): strengthen, give more force to. For example: 'New information has reinforced our original ideas.' REGISTER (noun): language used in a specific situation. 'Formal register is requ ired for academic writing.' REINFORCE (verb): strengthen, give more force to. For example: 'New information has reinforced our original ideas.' REGISTER (noun): language used in a specific situation. 'Formal register is requ ired for academic writing.' REGIME (noun): system or routine. For example: 'When trying to lose weight it ca n be difficult to stick to a strict exercise regime.' PROHIBIT (verb): ban, do not allow by law. For example: 'Laws exist which prohib it the sale of alcohol and cigarettes to children. PRINCIPLE (noun): idea, standard, belief. 'The principle for offering free unive rsity education is to give equal opportunites to all.' PRECISE (adjective): accurate, exact. For example: 'The information given at the meeting was very precise. OBJECTIVE (noun): aim, purpose. 'The aims and objectives of the research project are found at the beginning of the report.' MUTUAL (adjective): an equal relationship between two things. 'It was a mutual d ecision to get divorced - they both wanted to go'

then carried on. link. blues etc . He compiled all the short stories he had written into a book . but he'll grow out of it" BRIEF (adjective): short or temporary.'I thought that studying the cours e was worthwhile as I learned a lot. CATEGORY (noun): a group of something. "The boy is going through a naughty phase at the moment. not easy. For example: ' It is quite common to feel tense before an important exam.' ABANDON (verb): Leave.MATURE (adjective) responsible. build a relationship.'Global awareness is increasing as people travel and experience different countries firsthand. 'Many el derly people lack the ability to surf the internet.' TARGET (noun): object for attack or criticism.' PARTICIPATE (verb): take part in." BARBARIC (adjective): Cruel. stressed. We had a brief stop along the way to have There are many different categories of mus He compiled COMPILE (verb): to put together in a book or a single piece of work. emphasise. uncivilised.' STATISTICS: collection. a rest. 'Motorists who speed near schools are the target of the Police's latest saftey campaign. join in. TENSE (adjective): anxious. but they are often not mature. rock." BOND (verb): connect. GLOBAL: (adjective): worldwide. all the short stories he had written into a book COMPILE (verb): to put together in a book or a single piece of work. worried. "The increase in homeless people highlights the need for better social welfare. "Humans are naturally social it is important for us to bond with other people.' LACK (verb): not have something that is considered desirable or needed. 'It can be challenging for interna tional students to study in a second language'.' DEADLINE (noun): the time by which something must be done or completed.' CHALLENGING (adjective): difficult.'The dead line for finishing the report is next Tuesday'. join. organisation. 'Statistics sh ow that obesity is increasing in western countries. 'Over 200 companies will partic ipate in next week's exhibition. "The fishermen had to abandon their ship and escape to safety" PHASE (noun): a stage of development. WORTHWHILE (adjective): has value and purpose.' WORTHWHILE (adjective): has value and purpose. HIGHLIGHT (verb): draw attention to. discard. ic jazz. 'Younger peop le may have energy. and interpretation of data. Example: 'Many people believe that the death penalty is barbaric.'I thought that studying the cours e was worthwhile as I learned a lot. desert. stable through age and experience.

you have an adequate income .ADEQUATE (verb): enough for what is needed. buy food and so on. "If you have enough money to pay your bills.

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