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LS Weeks 1-2
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used to say that you cannot give a definite answer to something because your answer will be affected by something else:
'How long are you staying?' 'I don't know; it will _______ on the result of tomorrow's game.'
used to say you think something is true, although you are uncertain about it:
I _______ you're right.
an official instruction that says how things must be done or what is allowed, especially in a game, organization, or job:
They have a school _______ that requires girls to tie back their hair.
an example of a particular situation or of something happening:
There was only one _______ of damage to cars in the area.
a choice or judgment that you make after a period of discussion or thought:
Do you ever wonder if you made the right _______?
when you exchange something you have for something that someone else has:
Let's make a _______ - my frisbee for your baseball.
if a piece of clothing fits you, it is the right size for your body:
His clothes did not _______ him very well.
to say firmly that you will not do something that someone has asked you to do:
She's going to ask him to leave, but he will probably _______.
to talk or write about something or someone, usually quickly and without saying very much or giving details:
He should _______ some of the problems in his report.
approval, encouragement, and perhaps help for a person, idea, plan etc:
There was widespread _______ for the war.
the large area of salty water that covers much of the earth's surface; ocean:
The _______ was perfectly calm.
to move or lift something to a higher position, place, or level:
_______ your hand if you know the right answer.
to use and control a machine or equipment:
Clive was experienced and knew how to _______ the computers.
if a container or place fills, or if you fill it, enough of something goes into it to make it full:
My job was to _______ the flour sacks.
the thing or things that someone owns:
The hotel is not responsible for any loss or damage to guests' personal _______.
to become a member of an organization, society, or group:
I decided to _______ the army.
the surface of the earth;
He lay on the _______ and stared up at the sky.
a thing with writing or a picture on it that tells you something; a mark, shape or movement that has a special meaning:
The _______ said 'No Smoking'.
a language that uses movements of the hands. It is used especially by people who cannot hear:
My cousin is deaf, so she uses _______ to talk.
really, in fact:
You don't _______ believe her, do you?
to go from one place to another; to change the way you are standing or sitting; to put something in another place:
Don't get off the bus because it's going to _______ over there to park.
a place where people work, usually at desks:
I work in an _______.
often, regularly, as a habit:
He _______ comes home late.
to show where something is using your finger, a stick, etc.:
I asked him where the bank was, and he used his pen to _______ across the road.
a very young child:
She's going to have a _______.
to find something that is like another thing or that you can put with it:
_______ the word with the right picture.
a mother or father:
Only one _______ needs to come to the conference.
steps that lead up and down inside a building:
I ran up the _______ to the bedroom.
to share and exchange information, ideas or feelings with somebody:
Parents often find it difficult to _______ with their children.
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