real reading 2 unit 3 Ch 5-6
Terms in this set (20)
(v.) to give someone permission to do something
(v.) to ask for an amount of money for service or something you are selling
(n.) a person who buys things from a store or company
(n.) the act of bringing something (e.g., a letter, package, food, etc.) to a place or person
(v.) to become twice as large, or twice as much
(n.) the land, water, and air where people, animals, and plants live
(n.) a substance such as oil, gas, or coal that can be burned to produce heat or energy
(n.) things such as wood, plastic, paper, etc., that are used for making or doing something.
(v.) to need something; to make it necessary to do something
(adj.) using more of something than is needed
(v.) to have an advantage because something improves your life, or helps you in some way
(v.) to say that you are not satisfied, or unhappy about something
(adj.) more of something, in addition to the usual amount or number
(n.) all people about the same age
(n.) the cases, bags, etc. that you carry when you are traveling
made up of
(v.) consists of; made from two or more things
(n.) someone who is traveling in a bus, car, plane, etc.
(adj.) normal, standard, not special
(adj.) pleased, happy about something
(n.) the form that something has, for example round, square, etc.