15 terms

Unit 4 - Chapter 15


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n- a plan that gives events or activities and the times that they will happen or be done
(e.g. I have a very busy - today.)
that is
pron- used to give more information about something, to be specific
(e.g. I read the book, -, I read most of it.)
v- to separate into parts or groups, or to make something separate into parts or groups
(e.g. We -d up into teams of six.)
v- to make the sound of a letter or word
(e.g. How do you pronounce his name?)
adj- doing a lot of things, or moving around a lot
(e.g. Even at the age of 80 she's still very -.)
n- a length of time
(e.g. a - of four months)
n- the speed at which something happens
(e.g. the - of progress)
n- one of the four periods of the year; winter, spring, summer, or autumn
(e.g. Autumn is my favourite -.)
v- to have something or someone as part of something larger or more general, such as a group, price, or process
(e.g. The evening's festivities -d fireworks and a concert.)
n- several things or events of the same type that come one after the other
(e.g. a - of lectures)
n- a short sleep
(e.g. He likes to have/ take a - after lunch.)
v- to give a lot of attention to one particular subject or thing
(e.g. The research -ed on men under thirty.)
pay attention
v- to look at or listen to someone or something carefully
(e.g. I missed what she was saying because I wasn't -.)
get over
v- to begin to feel better after being unhappy or sick
(e.g. It took her months to - the shock of Richard leaving.)
v- to arrange a time when something will happen
(e.g. He usually -s the dates for our meetings.)