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35 terms
English B Command Terms
Analyze
Evaluate
Compare
Justify
A type of thinking. To determine various component parts and…
A type of thinking. Judging the value or character of somethi…
A type of thinking. To examine the similarities and/or differ…
Give valid reasons or evidence to support an answer or conclu…
Analyze
A type of thinking. To determine various component parts and…
Evaluate
A type of thinking. Judging the value or character of somethi…
50 terms
English B
baby
back (body)
back (direction)
bad
baby
back (body)
33 terms
English B1 - Emotions
happy
sad
angry
bored
feeling good
feeling unhappy
feeling cross
wishing there was something good to do
happy
feeling good
sad
feeling unhappy
75 terms
English B
bachelor's degree
backgorund
backlog
baffle
licencjat
wykształcenie
zaległości w pracy
wprawiać w zakłopotanie
bachelor's degree
licencjat
backgorund
wykształcenie
30 terms
English B & C
Happy
Sad
Angry
Scared
Happy
Sad
English B
plan
that
for ages
show sb around
Plan
dass
ewig
jdn mitnehmen, herumführen
plan
Plan
that
dass
16 terms
Oil - English B
petroleum
refine
drill
transportation
a word which also means oil, fuel, gasoline, etc.
a process that improves a product
make a hole downwards into the earth
the taking of products from one place to another
petroleum
a word which also means oil, fuel, gasoline, etc.
refine
a process that improves a product
10 terms
Real English B1+
commit
motivate
assignment
extra-curricular
A pledge or promise
inspire, stimulate, provoke
homework
outside the regular academic curriculum
commit
A pledge or promise
motivate
inspire, stimulate, provoke
28 terms
English B1 - The Environment
efficient
recycle
gasoline or petrol
fossil fuel
making good use of time or energy
use again
fuel that you put into a car
fuel such as petroleum, coal or natural gas
efficient
making good use of time or energy
recycle
use again
6 terms
english b1 b
available
develop
instruction
come up with
διαθέσιμος
εξελίσσω- ομαι
οδηγία
επινοώ
available
διαθέσιμος
develop
εξελίσσω- ομαι
18 terms
January list English B
conflate
concise
monosyllabic
vernacular
to confuse two things with one another; to combine two things
Brief, to the point... Expressing much in a few words
having only one syllable
Everyday language of ordinary people
conflate
to confuse two things with one another; to combine two things
concise
Brief, to the point... Expressing much in a few words
10 terms
English 9 B: Punctuation
Proper noun
Proper adjectives
Compound verb
Compound subject
A noun that names a specific person, place, or thing; it is a…
An adjective derived from a proper noun; it is always capital…
Two or more connected verbs that have the same subject (Examp…
Two or more connected subjects that have a common verb (Examp…
Proper noun
A noun that names a specific person, place, or thing; it is a…
Proper adjectives
An adjective derived from a proper noun; it is always capital…
42 terms
Real English B2 Unit 1
wimp (n)
opponent (n)
capture (v)
villain (n)
a person who is not so strong, brave or confident
competitor, enemy, rival
take a picture of sth, take sb as a prisoner
a ​character in a ​book, ​play, ​film, etc. who ​harms other…
wimp (n)
a person who is not so strong, brave or confident
opponent (n)
competitor, enemy, rival
14 terms
English B
setting
freytag pyramid
expostion
inciting moment
the time and place that the story takes place
An organization tool focusing on a pyramid/triangle shape tha…
The begining of a story where setting and characters are intr…
Something happens and the problem is introduced.
setting
the time and place that the story takes place
freytag pyramid
An organization tool focusing on a pyramid/triangle shape tha…
24 terms
English Wordfiles B.B
blaring
posse
stilettos
term
loeiende
groep vrienden
naaldhakken
kwartaal
blaring
loeiende
posse
groep vrienden
14 terms
B English
make sense
there is/are + сущ
be a (numbers) person
appreciate
иметь смысл; быть понятным
имеется
Быть человеком (чисел)
оценивать, (высоко) ценить; быть признательным, благодарным
make sense
иметь смысл; быть понятным
there is/are + сущ
имеется
29 terms
English b
Behind the steering wheel
Painstaking
To assume responsibility for snth
Bouts of anger
За рулем
Не трудолюбивый
Взять ответственность да что либо
Приступы ярости
Behind the steering wheel
За рулем
Painstaking
Не трудолюбивый
128 terms
English B
riotous
reverberate
grumble
sprawl
niesforny, rozpustny
rozbrzmiewać
narzekać
rozwalać się
riotous
niesforny, rozpustny
reverberate
rozbrzmiewać
11 terms
English B-
pitfalls
to cite
to underscore
grip
a ​likely ​mistake or ​problem in a ​situation(płapka/ryzyko/…
to mention something as an example or proof of something else…
to emphasize the importance of something (podkreślić)
​control over something or someone (kontrola)
pitfalls
a ​likely ​mistake or ​problem in a ​situation(płapka/ryzyko/…
to cite
to mention something as an example or proof of something else…
34 terms
TKO B3 English : unit 1 vocabulary
to head for
the police were
to pull out of the parking lot
an inch
koers zetten naar
de politie was
wegrijden uit een parkeerplaats
= about 2.5 cm
to head for
koers zetten naar
the police were
de politie was
18 terms
January list English B
conflate
concise
monosyllabic
vernacular
to confuse two things with one another; to combine two things
Brief, to the point... Expressing much in a few words
having only one syllable
Everyday language of ordinary people
conflate
to confuse two things with one another; to combine two things
concise
Brief, to the point... Expressing much in a few words
23 terms
English B1-B2 : phrasal verbs
throw away
get on with
take off
look forward to
put sth in the bin
have a good relationship with
a flight, a business, or your shoes
to be excited about sth in the future
throw away
put sth in the bin
get on with
have a good relationship with
24 terms
English Wordfiles B.B
blaring
posse
stilettos
term
loeiende
groep vrienden
naaldhakken
kwartaal
blaring
loeiende
posse
groep vrienden
32 terms
Real English B2 Unit 2
purpose (n)
accessible (adj)
qualification (n)
vision (n)
why you do something or why something ​exists
easy to be reached
an ​ability, ​characteristic, or ​experience that makes you ​…
an ​idea or ​mental ​image of something
purpose (n)
why you do something or why something ​exists
accessible (adj)
easy to be reached
12 terms
English B
Bane
Brevity
Benefactor
Blasphemy
Poison; torment; cause of harm (n)
Briefness (n)
One who provides help, esp. in the form of a gift or donation…
Irreverence; an insult to something held sacred; profanity (n)
Bane
Poison; torment; cause of harm (n)
Brevity
Briefness (n)
19 terms
English B
protagonist
Conflicts
setting
antagonist
the hero of the story who learns a life lesson
P v. p ... p v. s ... p v. n ... p v. s
The time and place that the story takes place
The one\force who oppresses the protagonist, not always human
protagonist
the hero of the story who learns a life lesson
Conflicts
P v. p ... p v. s ... p v. n ... p v. s
25 terms
English B1 - Sleeping
caffeinated
sheep
relax
toss and turn
containing caffeine
animals that are covered in wool
rest
unable to sleep
caffeinated
containing caffeine
sheep
animals that are covered in wool
10 terms
English B
LASSITUDE (n):
APLOMB (n):
DISCONSOLATE (adj):
CALLOW (adj):
a general state of weariness; a lack of energy( вялость, лета…
showing confidence and assuredness, especially in a difficult…
deeply unhappy; so sad as to be not comforted or cheered up b…
immature and inexperienced - specifically used most often in…
LASSITUDE (n):
a general state of weariness; a lack of energy( вялость, лета…
APLOMB (n):
showing confidence and assuredness, especially in a difficult…
20 terms
Practical English Chapter 2 B
dirty
dress
excuse
expensive
sucio
el vestido
Perdón;... con permiso
caro(a)
dirty
sucio
dress
el vestido
25 terms
English B
Abject
Aesthetic
Alacrity
Auspicious
...
...
...
...
Abject
...
Aesthetic
...
40 terms
EnglishB
accounts for ...%
inception
immersive
to galvanize
etw. macht ...% aus
Gründung, Beginn
eindringend
in Schwung bringen
accounts for ...%
etw. macht ...% aus
inception
Gründung, Beginn
17 terms
B english
to back
bare
to bargain
to bear
unterstützen
nackt,bloss
handeln
ertragen,... hervorbringen
to back
unterstützen
bare
nackt,bloss
10 terms
English B
sehr wichtig
Staub
verschwenden
etwas annehmen/rückschließen
pivotal
dust
to squander
to infer
sehr wichtig
pivotal
Staub
dust
24 terms
English level B2(Forum 2)
tornado
tsunami
volcanic eruption
flood
ανεμοστρόβυλος
τσουνάμι
ηφαιστειακή έκρηξη
πλημμύρα
tornado
ανεμοστρόβυλος
tsunami
τσουνάμι
239 terms
English B
stairs
courage
this
that
стълби
кураж
тази, този, това
онзи, онази, онова
stairs
стълби
courage
кураж
32 terms
English b
to reanimate
to dissect
to annihilate
aesthetic
recreate
cut up
to destroy
artistic
to reanimate
recreate
to dissect
cut up
20 terms
English B
A contemplation upon flowers
Once Upon a Time
Forgive My Guilt
West Indies, USA
Henry King
Gabriel Okara
Robert P. Coffin
Stewart Brown
A contemplation upon flowers
Henry King
Once Upon a Time
Gabriel Okara
37 terms
TKO B3 English : unit 2 vocabulary (British- American English )
lorry
truck
theatre
theater
vrachtwagen ( Br)
vrachtwagen ( Am)
theater (Br)
theater (Am)
lorry
vrachtwagen ( Br)
truck
vrachtwagen ( Am)
10 terms
English B
ample
obscure
assuage
impotent
more than enough
Difficult to understand
To soothe
powerless
ample
more than enough
obscure
Difficult to understand
English B
Homophones
Homonyms
Homographs
"I am at the end of my tether"
the same sound, but different spelling
the same sound and spelling, but different meaning
the same writing, but different pronunciation
no pation and strenght
Homophones
the same sound, but different spelling
Homonyms
the same sound and spelling, but different meaning
66 terms
English B
baggy
bald
bar
barber
workowaty, luźny
łysy
bar, kostka, tabliczka
fryzjer męski
baggy
workowaty, luźny
bald
łysy
29 terms
English B1 - Journeys
sandals
sleeveless
lightweight
abroad
open shoes
having no sleeves
not heavy
not in this country
sandals
open shoes
sleeveless
having no sleeves
Non Fiction English B
Labels
photographs
captions
comparisons
identify pictures or photograpsh
exactly what something looks like
gives better understanding of picture/photo
size of one thing by size of another
Labels
identify pictures or photograpsh
photographs
exactly what something looks like
23 terms
English B1-B2 : phrasal verbs
throw away
get on with
take off
look forward to
put sth in the bin
have a good relationship with
a flight, a business, or your shoes
to be excited about sth in the future
throw away
put sth in the bin
get on with
have a good relationship with
67 terms
ENGLISH MASTERY 3(B)
access
access
accesibility
accessible
גישה
לגשת
גישה
נגיש
access
גישה
access
לגשת
28 terms
English 9 B: Word Parts
Etymology
Prefix
Root word
Suffix
The origin and history of a word
A syllable or word that comes before a root word to change it…
A word in its simplest form, before any prefixes or suffixes…
A syllable or word that comes after a root word to change its…
Etymology
The origin and history of a word
Prefix
A syllable or word that comes before a root word to change it…
15 terms
English Words with Silent b
bomb
climb
comb
crumbs
bomb
climb
125 terms
English 11 B Vocabulary
coax
population
absurd
overwhelm
To trick someone or an animal into moving or doing something
The amount of people in a certain area
Silly and unbelievable
A feeling that something is too difficult to do, or what you…
coax
To trick someone or an animal into moving or doing something
population
The amount of people in a certain area
unit 3 english B
condemnation
frandulent
entrepreneur
idiosyncratic
a public statement in which someone criticizes someone or som…
dishonest, deceptive, deceitful
sb who uses money to start a business and make business deals…
unusual or strange and not shared by other people, distinctiv…
condemnation
a public statement in which someone criticizes someone or som…
frandulent
dishonest, deceptive, deceitful
20 terms
B Block English Speeches Vocabulary
manacles
promissory
nullification
languish
(noun) Something used as a restraint
(adjective)containing or conveying a promise or assurance
(noun) having no value or worth, usually legally
(verb) to become feeble or weak
manacles
(noun) Something used as a restraint
promissory
(adjective)containing or conveying a promise or assurance
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