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Verbs and nouns associated with travel and adventure | Getting word stress right | Choosing vocabulary to express yourself precisely
Terms in this set (15)
If you accompany someone, you go somewhere with them.
If you encounter problems or difficulties, you experience them.
If you overcome a problem or a feeling, you successfully deal with it and control it.
If someone reschedules an event, they change the time at which it is supposed to happen.
If you seek something, you try to find it or obtain it.
If you venture somewhere, you go somewhere that might be dangerous.
A challenge is something new and difficult which requires great effort and determination.
The destination of someone or something is the place to which they are going or being sent.
An itinerary is a plan of a journey, including the route and the places that you will visit.
When you make a journey, you travel from one place to another.
If you describe something as dreary, you mean that it is dull and depressing.
Intense is used to describe something that is very great or extreme in strength or degree.
A pivotal role, point, or figure in something is one that is very important and affects the success of that thing.
You use profound to emphasize that something is very great or intense.
If you describe something or someone as valuable, you mean that they are very useful and helpful.
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