ELI Listening 2 Vocab Review, CV 2-5, U4 1-2
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to prevent anything moving through a space by being or placing something across it or in it
the distance along a city street from where one street crosses it to the next
to say that someone will definitely do something or must do something
a promise to do something or to behave in a particular way
two things or people of the same kind or in a romantic relationship
last in a series of actions, events, parts of a story, etc.
to buy something
something you buy, or the act of buying it
to agree unwillingly that something is true or that someone else is right
happening regularly or all the time
to interrupt someone so that they cannot continue what they are doing
small and not very important or serious, especially when compared with other things (≠ major)
a combination of all the things that are happening and all the conditions that exist at a particular time in a particular place
to connect one object or thing to another
the people who live or work in the same area, town, company etc.
safe from damage or attack; not going to change
a place to live
to be all around someone or something on every side
clearly known, seen or stated
without any doubt
to look at something carefully
an official visit to a place to check that nothing is wrong
a single thing, especially one thing in a list or group
to have a thing or an ability
to let someone or something go free or to make something available
Fill-in: If it is hot outside, people will __________ more lemonade.
Fill-in: ELI students must __________ to doing their homework.
Fill-in: You should carefully __________ fruits and vegetables before you buy them.
Fill-in: Rivers and hills __________ the city of Pittsburgh.
Fill-in: Bring an umbrella, because it will __________ rain today.
Fill-in: Do not worry if you make a __________ mistake.
a person or an organization that works on a new idea, product, etc. to make it successful
happening or done immediately
the purpose of a plan, action, or activity
an object or piece of information that helps someone solve a crime or mystery
existing or happening first, before other people or things
a copy or type of something that has been changed so that it is slightly different
to make something more current or modern
to know and understand something, or suddenly begin to understand it
to find out how much something will cost, how long something will take, etc., by using numbers
the need or desire that people have for particular goods and services
to try to judge the value, size, speed, cost, etc. of something without calculating it exactly
figure out (phr. v.)
to think about a problem or situation until you find the answer or understand what has happened
if a business makes a _____, it spends more money than it earns
the money that you gain by selling things or doing business, after your costs have been paid
sold out (phr.)
a product is _____ if a shop or store has sold all of it and has no more left
things you need for daily life or for a particular purpose, especially for a group of people over a period of time
Fill-in: I can't use my phone right now because I need to __________ it.
Fill-in: If your business sells a lot of lemonade, it might make a __________.
sold out (phr.)
Fill-in: I'm sorry, but our coffee is __________. Would you like tea instead?
Fill-in: The __________ of this game is to score the most points.
Fill-in: My lemonade business had a __________ today because I spent too much money on lemons.
ELI Listening 2 Vocab Review, CV 2-5
ZUVL 1501-1550 quiz
Combo with "TOEIC tactics for L&R - Unit 3,4,5"
Q4_2e Unit 7 Vocab Review with fill-ins
ELI Core Vocabulary Level 3 - Weeks 7-9 Review
Unit 6 Vocab Review
Real Reading 2: Chapter 5 and Chapter 8
Q2_2E Unit 8 Listening 1
Q2_2e Unit 2 Listening 1
Q2_2E Unit 8 Listening 2
Q2_2e Unit 4 Listening 1