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Tourism 2: Unit 1
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Noun.- a meeting, especially one that happens by chance.
Verb.- to meet someone unexpectedly.
(the process of getting) knowledge or skill from doing, seeing, or feeling things.
having everything ordered and arranged in the right place, or liking to keep things like this.
the activity of visiting interesting places, especially by people on holiday.
the physical and/or social condition of being male or female.
a greeting, or an act showing that you have made an agreement, in which two people who are facing each other take hold of and shake each other's right hand.
to bend your head or body forward, especially as a way of showing someone respect or expressing thanks to people who have watched you perform.
a noisy expression of happiness and positive feelings, usually showing admiration for a shared success.
the act of holding someone tightly with both arms to express love, liking, or sympathy, or when greeting or leaving someone.
someone whose job is to teach people to improve at a sport, skill, or school subject.
the machinery in a vehicle that turns power from the engine into movement
to improve the quality or usefulness of something, such as a machine or a computer program, or give a person a more important job or state that their job is more important than it was in the past.
an accident that happens when two vehicles hit each other with force.
an agreement that you do not have to pay or obey something.
( responsability) the fact that someone is legally responsible for something.
( Risk) something or someone that causes you a lot of trouble, often when that thing or person should be helping you.
the window at the front of a car, truck, etc.
a frame fixed on top of the roof of a vehicle, for carrying large objects.
a charge in addition to the usual amount paid for something, or the amount already paid.
a container that holds liquid or gas.
a substance that is used to provide heat or power, usually by being burned.
to leave something somewhere.
to put something valuable, especially money, in a bank or safe.
an agreement in which you pay a company money and they pay your costs if you have an accident, injury, etc.
the bags, suitcases, etc. that contain your possessions and that you take with you when you are travelling.
a room in a hotel, airport, theatre, etc. where people can relax or wait.
the central or main part of something where there is most activity.
the busy part of the day when towns and cities are crowded, either in the morning when people are travelling to work, or in the evening when people are travelling home.
(sleep) to start to sleep
(decrease) If the amount, number, or quality of something drops off, it becomes less.
(Verb) to arrange to have a seat, room, performer, etc. at a particular time in the future.
a short stay in a place that you make while you are on a longer journey to somewhere else.
a vehicle or aircraft that travels regularly between two places.
something friendly or polite that you say or do when you meet or welcome someone.
( verb) to control a group of people, a country, or a situation
( verb) to employ someone or pay someone to do a particular job
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