Oxford Word Skills Intermediate L10
10. I can talk about weddings and funerals
Terms in this set (21)
A ceremony that creates a valid marriage and is performed by a duly ordained minister or a member of the clergy of any recognized religion.
a man participant in his own marriage ceremony
a woman participant in her own marriage ceremony
the man who helps a friend at his wedding and gives him the ring
(n.) the women that the bride asks to help her on her wedding day; often close friends or relatives
a meal and/or party after a wedding.
give a formal talk to a lot of people at a special event
drink a toast to sb
raise a glass or wine, etc. to wish sb success or happiness.
a holiday for a couple who have just
have a special meal, party, etc. to
show you are happy about sth.
the date on which sth happened the
previous year or in the past.
a woman whose husband is dead especially one who has not remarried
a man whose wife is dead especially one who has not remarried
a ceremony at which a dead person is buried or cremated
He was buried this morning.
put a dead body in the ground.
My grandmother wasn't buried; she was cremated.
burn the body of a dead person as part, of a funeral.
He's buried in that cemetery.
a place where dead people are buried.
He left his sister €10,000 in his will.
a document that says who will have your money or things when you die.
I inherited €1,000 from my uncle.
receive money or things from sb when they die.
box in which a corpse is buried or cremated,