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Ex: Money from the sale of the house was allocated to each of the children.
(v.) to set apart or designate for a special purpose; to distribute
A sudden, extreme, or complete change in the way people live, work.

Ex: Online learning is causing a revolution in education.
Ex: Online learning is causing a revolution in education, but its benefit need to be measured against its liabilities when compared to traditional face- to- face instruction.
(n.) a debt; something disadvantageous


Ex: Students should not assume that either online or face- to- face classes are inherently superior.
an example that serves as a model.

Ex: A new study that challenges the current evolutionary paradigm.
to make easier

Ex: Students should focus on what they need to learn from a particular course and which learning paradigm will best facilitate their education.
more than

Ex: We passed the hotel and drove a bit beyond to see the ocean.
essential, necessary

Ex: The sciences are a vital part of the school curriculum.
to complete, to succeed in achieving sth.

Ex: The program is intended to fulfill the basic needs of children in the community.
willing to change or to try different things.

Ex: She's been doing exercises to become stronger and more flexible.
to tend to
to take care of

Ex: So many of today's students have work and family responsibilities beyond their coursework, it is vital that they have the necessary flexibility to fulfill their other obligations while also tending to their studies.
sth that you must do because of a law, rule,..
to stop briefly before you do sth especially because you are nervous or unsure about what to do

Ex: Some shy students who would hesitate to speak up in a big class may feel more comfortable contributing to class discussion in which they can type their thoughts without having to speak them.
sth that causes problems- disadvantage

Ex: Another prime difference between these two types of education involves the lack face-to-face communication, which can be a drawback
Hesitation ( sự ngập ngừng )to do sth - sự miễn cưỡng

Ex: Some student's reluctance to speak in class, communicating with others in person is a vital skill for the real job market.
to separate from all others

Ex: Students who isolate themselves during learning situations may lack the necessary communication skills to succeed in the future.
to perform, to complete, to guide or lead s.o. through or around a place.

Ex: Many science classes require laboratories where students conduct experiments, and drama classes allow students to perform plays.
to copy

Ex: Duplicating these experiences online is challenging for even the best instructors
common, in many places.

Ex: a widespread area of drought ( hạn hán) causes serious damage to crops
to move through- to find the way to get a place when you are traveling in a ship,...

Ex: Computer usage is widespread, but even today, not all students have their own computers, and many may lack sufficient computer literacy to navigate a course's website easily.
having or providing as much as is needed
the ability to read and write

Ex: He impressed everyone with his general literacy as well as his natural intelligence.
Advocate for
to support, to speak in favor of

Ex: Many professors hesitate to write recommendation letters for their online students, even those who earn the highest grades in their classes, because they feel uncomfortable advocating for people whom they have never met in person.
Punctuality(n): arriving or doing sth at the expected or planned time.

Ex: the punctual delivery of the daily mail.
to discuss, to deal with

Ex: It is essential the online courses address some of their liabilities and that face-to-face courses take advantage of some of the opportunities available from online learning.
an important piece of sth.

Ex: some schools and universities offer mixed-mode courses that combine face-to-face courses with online components.
to evaluate

Ex: Students need to assess their learning styles, and teachers need to assess their instructional styles, so that both students and teachers can create learning environments where everyone is likely to prosper ( to become very successful usually by making a lot of money)
to blend together to form one.

Ex: They planned to merge the two companies.
the height of a place

Ex: the elevation of both lakes is the same
to feel respect or approval for (someone or something)

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