The Good Teen
Unit 3 Q Skills for Reading and Writing 4
Terms in this set (22)
12 to 18 years of age.
To take on or accept.- often used with families and children, but used with words like ________ an idea, a plan, a method, sttategy etc
a belief that something is true even if there is no proof
to use something that belongs to someone else and that must give back to them later
a person you work with, usually used with professional careers
to regularly travel long distance to get to work
competence (noun) , competent (adj)
the ability to do something well
a promise or give your loyalty, time, or money to a particular principle or person ( verb to commit)
to accuse someone of doing something, especially by showing them the proof
consistent with ( adj + prep)
in agreement with
equipped with (adj + prep)
possessing something that is needed for a particular purpose
outside the normal curriculum of studies in a school, college, or university (e.g. playing on a sports team or in a school band)
very unusual or surprising
Conclusion not directly provided by evidence, but that you can make based on facts and information that are available
something that you are born with
to help someone or something develop and be successful.
Often used as something mothers do with children, but also frequently used with other words like talent, skills, ability, confidence etc.
to go against someone or something
able to recover quickly, or adjust easily
according to what could possibly exist, happen, or be true
thrive ( verb)
to do well, to grow strong and health physically and emotionally
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