Real Reading 3 Unit 1 Chapter 1
Terms in this set (15)
(noun)—a quality that causes people to like someone or something
Shopping has great ______ for many people.
catch up with
(verb phrase)—to meet with someone (informal)
I'll _______ you after class.
(noun)—a person who is famous
Angelina Jolie is a _____ in the movie business.
(noun)—something that makes it difficult to think or pay attention
Watching a movie is a _____ when I'm trying to study.
(noun)—something that is suggested without being said directly
What is the ______ of your passing Level 2? Does it mean you studied?
(noun)—the power to change or affect someone or something
You can see the ______ of international culture on the restaurants in Doha.
His parents worry that his new friends may have a bad _____ on him.
(verb)—to make someone want to do something
A good teacher ______ me to learn.
(noun)—a famous or important person who is known for doing something extremely well
Nancy is a ______ in music in the Middle East.
miss the boat
(verb)—to be too late to get something you want
I wanted to see the movie Diana but I ______. By the time I went to the cinema it was already gone.
(verb)—to make people aware of something through advertising
Each year famous actors come to Doha to ______ the Doha Film Festival. She ______ her new abaya designs on the Internet.
(noun)—the character played by an actor
Who played the ______ of Princess Diana in the movie?
(verb)—to have no more of something that people want to buy
We know that our shop will ______ of Chanel perfume quickly. It is very popular.
Her chances of failing the test are _____ . She studies all the time. Chances are ______ that it will rain today. There is a ______ chance that I will see you this weekend.
(adjective)—clearly true; impossible to deny
Umm Kulthum's popularity in the Middle East is ______.
(adjective)—not like anyone or anything else; one-of-a-kind
Jay Chou's music is ______ because it is a mix of Chinese and Western styles.