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Chapter 7- Reading 4
assumption
charity
compassion
consent
(n.)... A belief or statement taken for granted without proof.
(n.)... showing kindness by giving money or gifts to organizatio…
(n.)... Sympathy
(n.)... permission
assumption
(n.)... A belief or statement taken for granted without proof.
charity
(n.)... showing kindness by giving money or gifts to organizatio…
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Chapter 7 - Reading
Jolts
Angles
Thrilling
Generate
A feeling or something that causes a feeling of sudden shock…
A way of looking at something
Exciting
To bring about or produce
Jolts
A feeling or something that causes a feeling of sudden shock…
Angles
A way of looking at something
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Real Reading 1, Chapter 7
active
brain
control
emotion
(adj.) always busy doing things, especially physical activities
(n.) the organ inside your head that controls how you think,…
(v.) to make someone or something do what you want, or make s…
(n.) a strong human feeling such as love, hate, or anger
active
(adj.) always busy doing things, especially physical activities
brain
(n.) the organ inside your head that controls how you think,…
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Real Reading 3, Chapter 7
accumulate
care-free
claustrophobic
disturb
to gather or acquire (something) gradually as time passes (ve…
having no worries or responsibilities; free from care (adj.)
not having enough space for people to feel comfortable; causi…
to stop someone from working, sleeping, etc.; to interrupt or…
accumulate
to gather or acquire (something) gradually as time passes (ve…
care-free
having no worries or responsibilities; free from care (adj.)
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Real Reading - Chapter 7 and 8
Active
Brain
Control
Emotion
Always doing things or moving around a lot
The part of the body we use to think (in our head)
To make someone or something do what you want
A strong feeling such as love or hate
Active
Always doing things or moving around a lot
Brain
The part of the body we use to think (in our head)
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Reading Vocab (Chapter 7)
achieve
attribute
challenge
deny
(v) succeed in doing sthing
(n) qualities or features
(v) question/ doubt/ dare/ defy
(v) refuse to admit
achieve
(v) succeed in doing sthing
attribute
(n) qualities or features
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Reading 4 Chapter 7
calamity
comprehensive
conventional
flagrant
a tragedy; an event that causes great harm and suffering
complete; including all
ordinary; usual; customary
shockingly obvious; outrageous
calamity
a tragedy; an event that causes great harm and suffering
comprehensive
complete; including all
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Chapter 7, Reading 3a
inadequate
crop
urban
consumer
not enough
agricultural product
city
people buying products
inadequate
not enough
crop
agricultural product
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Chapter 7, Reading 2
recruitment
replacements
loss
ingredient
Actively looking for qualified people to fill a job
people that take the place of other people who have left the…
A negative difference between retail price and cost to produce
A component or part of something.
recruitment
Actively looking for qualified people to fill a job
replacements
people that take the place of other people who have left the…
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Longman Academic Reading 5 - Chapter 7
mariner
ballad
moral
turbulence
a sailor
a poem that tells a story
the lesson about right and wrong that is taught in a story
disturbance
mariner
a sailor
ballad
a poem that tells a story
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Chapter 7 Longman Academic Reading 3
attorney
defense
equipment
evidence
n. a person whose job is to guide and assist people in matter…
n. in legal contexts: what is said in court to prove that a p…
n. the things that are needed for a particular purpose or act…
n. the facts, signs or objects that make you believe that som…
attorney
n. a person whose job is to guide and assist people in matter…
defense
n. in legal contexts: what is said in court to prove that a p…
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Reading 9.chapter 7
Superficial
Contrary
Transition
Scapegoat
Lacking depth or meaning; shallow
Totally different; opposite; conflicting
A change from one activity, condition, or location to another
Someone blamed for the mistakes of other
Superficial
Lacking depth or meaning; shallow
Contrary
Totally different; opposite; conflicting
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Reading 4 - Chapter 7
Characteristics
Claims
Combination
Cure
Adj. - showing the special qualities or traits of a person, t…
N. - state or say that something is true, usually without pro…
N - a result of putting two or more things or people together
N - something that stops a disease and makes someone healthy…
Characteristics
Adj. - showing the special qualities or traits of a person, t…
Claims
N. - state or say that something is true, usually without pro…
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Chapter 7,8 More reading
reflect
tragic
division
peninsula
반영하다
비극적인
분단
반도
reflect
반영하다
tragic
비극적인
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Reading D (Chapter 7)
attorney
defense
equipment
evidence
a lawyer
the lawyers who try to prove someone is not guilty of a crime
tools needed to perform a service
information and objects presented in court
attorney
a lawyer
defense
the lawyers who try to prove someone is not guilty of a crime
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Reading 883 Chapter 7
Bolster (v)
Depreciate (v)
Indiscriminate (a)
Inquisitive (a)
To support; to hold up, strengthen, or reinforce; support wit…
To become less valuable; to fall or decrease in value; to low…
Not selective; not chosen carefully; not basted on careful se…
Questioning; curious; eager to learn.... Ex: Even though I appea…
Bolster (v)
To support; to hold up, strengthen, or reinforce; support wit…
Depreciate (v)
To become less valuable; to fall or decrease in value; to low…
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chapter 7 reading 6
sculptor
warehouse
mantel
victorian
(n) nhà điêu khắc
nhà kho
(n):bệ lò sưởi
tên của vị nữ thần
sculptor
(n) nhà điêu khắc
warehouse
nhà kho
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Reading Chapter 7
arrest
clues
convict
enforce(v)/ enforcement
the act tacking a person away plus guarding because is believ…
evidence to solve a crime
not acquit. to prove and announce someone is guilty of a crim…
to make people obey or follow the law
arrest
the act tacking a person away plus guarding because is believ…
clues
evidence to solve a crime
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Real Reading 1: Chapter 7 Vocabulary
active
brain
control
emotion
(adj.) always doing things, or moving around a lot
(n.) the organ inside your head that head that controls how y…
(v.) to make someone or something do what you want or make so…
(n.) a strong feeling such as love or hate
active
(adj.) always doing things, or moving around a lot
brain
(n.) the organ inside your head that head that controls how y…
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Real Reading 1: Chapter 7 Vocabulary
active
brain
control
emotion
(adjective) always doing things, or moving around a lot
(noun) the part of the body that we use to think
(verb) to make someone or something do what you want or make…
(noun) a strong feeling such as love or hate
active
(adjective) always doing things, or moving around a lot
brain
(noun) the part of the body that we use to think
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Reading Vocab (Chapter 7)
achieve
attribute
challenge
deny
(v) succeed in doing sthing
(n) qualities or features
(v) question/ doubt/ dare/ defy
(v) refuse to admit
achieve
(v) succeed in doing sthing
attribute
(n) qualities or features
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Reading Chapter 7 Vocab
Clamor
Contract
Duplicity
Irresolute
Loud noises
To be smaller
Deceit
Unable to decide
Clamor
Loud noises
Contract
To be smaller
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Real Reading 3- Chapter 7 Vocabulary
accumulate (v)
carefree (adj)
claustrophobic (adj)
disturb (v)
collect, gather
without worries or problems
afraid of small spaces
bother
accumulate (v)
collect, gather
carefree (adj)
without worries or problems
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Real Reading 1: Chapter 7 Vocabulary
active
brain
control
emotion
(adjective) always doing things, or moving around a lot
(noun) the part of the body that we use to think
(verb) to make someone or something do what you want or make…
(noun) a strong feeling such as love or hate
active
(adjective) always doing things, or moving around a lot
brain
(noun) the part of the body that we use to think
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reading chapter 7
abrupt
astonish
classify
complex
not expected
to surprise
to group
hard to understand
abrupt
not expected
astonish
to surprise
Chapter 7 Reading Vocab
Clamor
contract
duplicity
equivocal
a loud and confused noise
decrease in size
double- dealing
open to more than one interpretation
Clamor
a loud and confused noise
contract
decrease in size
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Reading Chapter 7 Vocabulary
Clamor
Contract
Duplicity
Equivocal
1. (n.) loud noise
To shorten and thicken
Deceit, double-dealing, acting in two different ways for the…
Vague
Clamor
1. (n.) loud noise
Contract
To shorten and thicken
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Reading Chapter 7
accumulate(v)
carefree(adj)
claustrophobic(n)
disturb(v)
to gradually get more and more of sth over a period of time;…
no worries
fear of small place
to bother :to interrupt
accumulate(v)
to gradually get more and more of sth over a period of time;…
carefree(adj)
no worries
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C1 Reading & Vocabulary: Chapter 7 Reading 1
contaminate
at our disposal
reveal
commit
v: spoil; pollute; infect; make impure
phrase: available
v: show; disclose
v: carry out (a crime)
contaminate
v: spoil; pollute; infect; make impure
at our disposal
phrase: available
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Chapter 7 Reading
Circulatory system
What does the circulatory system consi…
Five anatomic types of blood vessels
Relationships of blood vessels
maintain homeostaisis, of the internal environment of the body
cardiovascular system and lymphatic systen
arteries, arterioles, capillaries, venules, and veins
Circulatory system
maintain homeostaisis, of the internal environment of the body
What does the circulatory system consi…
cardiovascular system and lymphatic systen
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C1 Reading & Vocabulary: Chapter 7 Reading 3
judge
jury
defense
prosecution
n: the official in control of a court who decides how crimina…
n: the people who decide guilt or innocence
n: the lawyers who try to prove someone is not guilty of a cr…
n: the lawyers who try to prove someone is guilty of a crime
judge
n: the official in control of a court who decides how crimina…
jury
n: the people who decide guilt or innocence
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Chapter 7 Reading Vocabulary
quiero
quieres
quiere
queremos
I want
you want
you (formal), he, she wants
we want
quiero
I want
quieres
you want
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Chapter 7 - Reading prep. 2
un procédé
empêcher
partir
souvent
a procedure
to prevent
to leave /to start from
often
un procédé
a procedure
empêcher
to prevent
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Chapter 7 - Reading prep. 1
ce genre
pour
par
le sac
this kind
for
by, through
sack, bag
ce genre
this kind
pour
for
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L3 Reading Chapter 7
Accumulate
Carefree
Claustrophobic
Disturb
(V) to gather or acquire (something) gradually as time passes
(ADJ) having no worries or problems : free from care
(ADJ) of a room, space, etc. : not having enough space for pe…
(V) to stop (someone) from working, sleeping, etc. : to inter…
Accumulate
(V) to gather or acquire (something) gradually as time passes
Carefree
(ADJ) having no worries or problems : free from care
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Chapter 7 Longman Academic Reading 3
attorney
defense
equipment
evidence
n. a person whose job is to guide and assist people in matter…
n. in legal contexts: what is said in court to prove that a p…
n. the things that are needed for a particular purpose or act…
n. the facts, signs or objects that make you believe that som…
attorney
n. a person whose job is to guide and assist people in matter…
defense
n. in legal contexts: what is said in court to prove that a p…
33 terms
RD3: Chapter 7 Vocab.; Longman Academic Reading 3
attorney
defense
equipment
evidence
n. a person whose job is to guide and assist people in matter…
n. in legal contexts: what is said in court to prove that a p…
n. the things that are needed for a particular purpose or act…
n. the facts, signs or objects that make you believe that som…
attorney
n. a person whose job is to guide and assist people in matter…
defense
n. in legal contexts: what is said in court to prove that a p…
34 terms
Longman Academic Reading Level 3 Chapter 7
attorney
defense
equipment
evidence
person whose job is to guide and assist people in matters rel…
the act of presenting the argument of not committing a crime…
things needed for a particular purpose
the facts, signs or objects that make you believe that someth…
attorney
person whose job is to guide and assist people in matters rel…
defense
the act of presenting the argument of not committing a crime…
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Selected Reading Elementary-Chapter 7
desert
stretch across
environment
make a decision
უდაბნო
გადაჭიმული
გარემო
გადაწყვეტილების მიღება
desert
უდაბნო
stretch across
გადაჭიმული
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Longman Academic Reading 3: Chapter 7
attorney
defense
equipment
evidence
n. a person whose job is to guide and assist people in matter…
n. in legal contexts: what is said in court to prove that a p…
n. the things that are needed for a particular purpose or act…
n. the facts, signs or objects that make you believe that som…
attorney
n. a person whose job is to guide and assist people in matter…
defense
n. in legal contexts: what is said in court to prove that a p…
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Reading - Chapter 7: Inference
apt
pact
induct
acquisition
adj. suitable, fitting, likely
n. an agreement, treaty
v. admit, introduce
n. possession
apt
adj. suitable, fitting, likely
pact
n. an agreement, treaty
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Longman Academic Reading 2.Chapter.7.2015
curiosity
curriculum
height
length
a state in which you want to learn more about something... The i…
The complete program of classes required by a school
The measurement associated with an object's top-to-bottom dim…
Distance between two points. How long something is
curiosity
a state in which you want to learn more about something... The i…
curriculum
The complete program of classes required by a school
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chapter 7, reading 3
the jury
the defense
the prosecution
confess
the people who decide guilt or innocence
the lawyers who try to prove someone is not guilty of a crime
the lawyers who try to prove someone is guilty of a crime
to admit that you committed a crime
the jury
the people who decide guilt or innocence
the defense
the lawyers who try to prove someone is not guilty of a crime
9 terms
Real Reading Chapter 7
accumulate
carefree
claustrophobic
fate
...to gather or to keep
...doesn't matter, easy going, free from responsibility
...fear of small spaces, limited space
...destiny, meant to be
accumulate
...to gather or to keep
carefree
...doesn't matter, easy going, free from responsibility
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chapter 7 reading 48
abrupt
astonish
classify
complex
not expected
to surprise
to group
hard to understand
abrupt
not expected
astonish
to surprise
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Chapter 7: Reading guide
Parameter
Statistic
Sampling variability
SOCS
A numerical/written description of a population characteristic
A numerical/written description of a sample characteristic.
Natural variability due to the sampling process. Each possibl…
Shape-appx normal/skewed left or right... Outliers-data points a…
Parameter
A numerical/written description of a population characteristic
Statistic
A numerical/written description of a sample characteristic.
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Real Reading Chapter 7
check out
converted
entirely
extreme
1. to leave a hotel 2. to look at something
changed from a previous version
all of something
very much of something (very cold, very dangerous, etc.)
check out
1. to leave a hotel 2. to look at something
converted
changed from a previous version
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Chapter 7 reading 48
Abrupt
Astonish
Classify
Complex
Not expected
To surprise
To group
Hard to understand
Abrupt
Not expected
Astonish
To surprise
10 terms
Reading 48 - Chapter 7
abrupt
astonish
classify
complex
not expected
to surprise
to group
hard to understand
abrupt
not expected
astonish
to surprise
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Chapter 7 Reading Guide
Central Ideas of Enlightenment
dudes that contributed to Enlightenment
Issac Newton
John Locke
"Emotion and visionary intuition as a mode of human perceptio…
- Issac Newton... - John Locke... - Jean-Jaques Rousseau... - Anthony…
fathered the enlightenment
- believed in intellectual and political freedom... - father of…
Central Ideas of Enlightenment
"Emotion and visionary intuition as a mode of human perceptio…
dudes that contributed to Enlightenment
- Issac Newton... - John Locke... - Jean-Jaques Rousseau... - Anthony…
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