31 terms

Q3_2e Unit 2 Listenings 1-2 with fill-ins

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balanced (adj.)
consisting of parts that are in correct or pleasing proportions
calories (n.)
units for measuring the energy value of food
concentrate (v.)
to give your attention or effort to something
consume (v.)
to eat or drink something
diet (n.)
the food that a person or animal usually eats
mix (v.)
to combine two or more different things
mood (n.)
the way that you feel at a particular time, such as happy or sad
rely on (phr. v.)
to depend on someone or something
spicy (adj.)
having a strong, hot flavor
wise (adj.)
having the knowledge or experience to make good and sensible decisions
complex (adj.)
consisting of many different parts and often difficult to understand
disgusting (adj.)
extremely unpleasant and making you feel sick
distinguish (v.)
to recognize and understand the difference between two or more things or people
estimate (v.)
a calculation of the value, size, amount etc of something made using the information that you have, which may not be complete
flavor (n.)
the particular taste of a food or drink
keep an eye on (phr.)
to look after someone or something and make sure that they are safe
occasionally (adv.)
sometimes, but not regularly and not often
swallow (v.)
to make food or drink go down your throat and towards your stomach
texture (n.)
the way that a particular type of food feels in your mouth
trend (n.)
a general tendency in the way a situation is changing or developing
balanced (adj.)
Fill-in: If you eat a _____ diet, you will be healthier.
concentrate (v.)
Fill-in: It's too hard to _____ on studying when my neighbor is loud.
consume (v.)
Fill-in: Elephants _____ hundreds of kilograms of food every day.
diet (n.)
Fill-in: Lions eat a _____ of meat.
mood (n.)
Fill-in: Are you in a good _____ today?
spicy (adj.)
Fill-in: This food is too _____; it hurts my mouth.
complex (adj.)
Fill-in: My grammar homework is _____ and confusing.
disgusting (adj.)
Fill-in: Some people say this food is _____, but I love it.
keep an eye on (phr.)
Fill-in: Will you _____ my laptop? I need to leave for a minute.
flavor (n.)
Fill-in: I love the sweet _____ of bananas.
swallow (v.)
Fill-in: Sometimes it's hard for children to _____ pills and medicine.

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