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Destination B2 Vocabulary Unit 2
Destination B2 Macmillan
Terms in this set (36)
a long journey, especially on a ship: It was a long way from London to New York by sea, but the voyage was quite relaxing"
an occasion when you travel from one place to another, especially over a long distance: We had a long journey ahead of us.
an occasion when you go somewhere and come back again: The whole family went on a trip to Florida
the activity of travelling: Foreign travel never really appealed to him until he retired
a short journey that you make for pleasure: My grandmother often talks about going on excursions to the sea when she was a girl.
the things that you can see from a particular place: We had a spectacular view of the mountains from our room
a person or a thing that you see that has a particular feature: Windmills are a common sight in this part of the country
the planet that we live on: It's easy these days to communicate with people who live on the other side of the world
the land on which we live: They felt the earth shake
a part of a place or building: Bus services in rural areas are not very good
an area of land that is controlled by a particular country, leader or army: Russian troops crossed into Austrian territory in February 1849
one of the four periods into which the year is divided according to the weather: She likes to paint the changing seasons in the garden
an amount of time: The long dry period ended with heavy rain.
the money that you pay for a journey: The fare from York to Leeds has gone up.
a piece of paper that shows that you have paid to do something such as travel on a train, bus, plane, etc: We'll send your tickets a week before your flight.
an amount of money that you pay to be allowed to do something such as join an organisation: The gallery charges a small entrance fee.
to be late for something such as a train or bus: I missed the last train home again.
to no longer have something: Mike lost his job last year
to move or carry someone or something from one place to another: What time do you take Amy to school?
to take someone or something with you from one place to another: Bring a coat in case it turns cold
to move or travel to a place that is away frome where you are now: We're planning to go to Spain this winter
to arrange to have or use something at a particular time in the future: Shall I book a room for you?
to continue to have or own something: We should keep this car and sell the other one.
to reach a place: What time does your plane arrive?
to arrive somewhere: We hoped to reach the camp before dark
to have your home in a particular place: Paris is a nice place to live.
to live or remain in a place for a while as a guest or visitor: How long is he planning to stay with you?
the official line that separates two countries or regions: Thousands of refugees were fleeing across the border
the part of something that is furthest from its centre: Victoria was sitting on the edge of the bed
a long thin mark on the surface of something: Draw a straight line.
a measurement of how long something is in size: The boat was 16 feet in length.
the amount of space between two people or things: They started to walk the short distance to the camp
to show someone where to go by going with them: He guided them through the forest
to take someone to a place by going there with them, usually in front of them: the estate agent led us into the kitchen
living in a particular country or area since birth: My wife's a native New Yorker, but I'm from Atlanta
home (town) (n)
the city or town where you lived as a child: I live in Washington, but my home town is Denver, Colorado.
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