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NorthStar 4 L/S Unit 5
Terms in this set (37)
Adj. worried about something, nervous
Assisted living facility
N. a place where seniors sometimes live, similar to a nursing home
N. someone whose job is to look after or help customers in a public place
N. resentment, anger
Adj. brave, courageous
V. boast, show off
N. large number of people or things, or a large amount of something
N. local group of an organization
N. someone who lives in a particular town,country, or state
Adj. a polite way of saying that someone is old or becoming old.
Adj. expressing an opinion, idea etc in a clear, strong way to show its importance
V. if you face or are faced with a difficult situation, or if a difficult situation faces you, it is going to affect you and you must deal with it.
N. rooms, equipment, or services that are provided for a particular purpose.
Adj. showy, loud colorful
N. all people of about the same age
Get together with
Phrasal Verb - if people get together, they meet in order to spend time with each other.
Go in for
Phrasal Verb - want to, do something with pleasure
Adj. beautiful, attractive
N. a place that is popular for entertainment or a particular activity
It's a different story
Idiom. when a situation is completely different from another situation. (i.e. Before the recession, I didn't worry about money, but now it's a different story. Now I'm very concerned about saving money.)
Adj. feeling angry and unhappy because someone has something that you wish you had, envious
Keep an eye on
Idiom. to watch for the arrival or appearance of someone or something.
N. the length of time that a person or animal is expected to live
V. to feel very sad and to miss someone after they have died, grieve for
Adj. offering kind, supportive care
Phrasal Verb - to die (use this when you want to avoid saying the word 'die')
N. a doctor
N. the number of people living in a particular area
N. working hard to become better
N. refers to a senior citizen (someone who is over 60 years old or who is retired)
Adj. a situation, problem, accident etc is extremely bad or dangerous
Sit on the sidelines
Idiom. to not be actively involved in something
N. support, agreement
Take care of
Idiom. assume responsibility for the maintenance, support or treatment of someone/something.
The ripe old age of
Idiom - a very old age
N. a woman whose husband has died and who has not married again
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