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Real Reading 1: Chapter 1 Vocabulary
relaxed
safe
body
land
(adjective) not worried or tense; free from stress
(adjective) not in danger
(noun) your physical parts, including your head, arms, and legs
(noun) an area of ground; not water
relaxed
(adjective) not worried or tense; free from stress
safe
(adjective) not in danger
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Reading Chapter 1 vocabulary
Imagery
Sensory details
Cycle
Dramatic
Descriptive language that creates word pictures for readers.
Details of sight, sound, taste, touch and smell that can help…
A set of events that happen again
Sudden or noticeable
Imagery
Descriptive language that creates word pictures for readers.
Sensory details
Details of sight, sound, taste, touch and smell that can help…
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Reading Chapter 1
all at once
patient
risks
gradually
at the same time
able to wait calmly for a long time
the possibility that something bad may happen
تدريجيا, تدريجيا, Slowly
all at once
at the same time
patient
able to wait calmly for a long time
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Vocab chapter 1 Reading
Barrage
Bigot
Designate
Diversity
large outpouring of something
Don't like someone because they are different than you... Prejud…
point out - give a job
variety
Barrage
large outpouring of something
Bigot
Don't like someone because they are different than you... Prejud…
Level 1 Reading Chapter 1 Vocabulary
perhaps
suggestions
boss
balance
maybe
ideas or advice
person who is in charge at work
spend an even amount of time on things
perhaps
maybe
suggestions
ideas or advice
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Reading 9 Chapter 1
ambivalent
adverse
incessant
dizziness
(adj) Having mixed or opposing feelings at the same time... "Ge…
(adj) Undesired, possibly harmful... "I had an adverse reaction…
(adj) Continuing without interruption... "The flow of the water…
(n) The feeling that you head is spinning around.... "After I r…
ambivalent
(adj) Having mixed or opposing feelings at the same time... "Ge…
adverse
(adj) Undesired, possibly harmful... "I had an adverse reaction…
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Real Reading 3, Chapter 1
appeal
catch up with
celebrity
distraction
the ability to get interest and attention (noun; also verb)
to meet someone after a period of time and find out what they…
a famous person, particularly in pop culture (noun)
a thing that takes your attention away from what you are doin…
appeal
the ability to get interest and attention (noun; also verb)
catch up with
to meet someone after a period of time and find out what they…
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Real Reading 4, Chapter 1 Vocabulary
catchy (adj)
consciousness (n)
device (n)
familiar (adj)
easy to remember
something in your mind
machine
person or thing that you know
catchy (adj)
easy to remember
consciousness (n)
something in your mind
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Real Reading 3 - Chapter 1 Vocabulary
appeal (v)
catch up with (v)
celebrity (n)
distraction (n)
qualities that make someone like you
opportunity to talk with someone you haven't seen in awhile
someone who is famous
something that makes it difficult to think or pay attention
appeal (v)
qualities that make someone like you
catch up with (v)
opportunity to talk with someone you haven't seen in awhile
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Longman Academic Reading 2: Chapter 1
challenge
confidence
determination
discomfort
to test the ability, skill, or strength of (someone or someth…
a feeling or belief that you can do something well or succeed…
a quality that makes you continue trying to do or achieve som…
an uncomfortable or painful feeling in the body
challenge
to test the ability, skill, or strength of (someone or someth…
confidence
a feeling or belief that you can do something well or succeed…
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LARS Chapter 1 - Reading 1
innovation
intuition
release
vow
n. An improvement of an existing technological product, syste…
n. a natural ability or power that makes it possible to know…
n. the act of releasing someone or something; for example, th…
n. a serious promise to do something or to behave in a certai…
innovation
n. An improvement of an existing technological product, syste…
intuition
n. a natural ability or power that makes it possible to know…
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Real Reading Chapter 1
The Appeal
To catch up with
A celebrity
A distraction
(v/n) Qualities that make you like someone, be interested in…
(v) to have a conversation with someone whom you haven't talk…
(n) A famous person, usually in the entertainment business
(n) something that draws attention away
The Appeal
(v/n) Qualities that make you like someone, be interested in…
To catch up with
(v) to have a conversation with someone whom you haven't talk…
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Reading Vocab (Chapter1)
capacity
contemporary with somebody/ something
contrast
decline
(n) content
(a) modern-day... [contemporary with somebody/ something]
(n,v) a difference
(n,v) go down , fall
capacity
(n) content
contemporary with somebody/ something
(a) modern-day... [contemporary with somebody/ something]
Real Reading 1: Chapter 1
advantage (n.)
body (n.)
burn (v.)
energy (n.)
a benefit; something that helps you
1. the whole of a person or animal ... 2. the main part of a per…
to damage or destroy something with fire or heat
the ability to be active and to do a lot without feeling tired
advantage (n.)
a benefit; something that helps you
body (n.)
1. the whole of a person or animal ... 2. the main part of a per…
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Reading Chapter 1
Enthusiastic
Influence
Professional
Resist
adjective... All the staff are ______________ about the project…
noun... def: the power to affect the way someone or something d…
adjective... def: relating to a job that needs special educatio…
verb... def: To stop yourself from doing something that you wan…
Enthusiastic
adjective... All the staff are ______________ about the project…
Influence
noun... def: the power to affect the way someone or something d…
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Reading Vocabulary Chapter 1
Spurn (V)
To drop out (V)
To adopt (V)
Vow (N,V)
To refuse, to accept
Leave something before finish
Pick up, start to use
A serious promise
Spurn (V)
To refuse, to accept
To drop out (V)
Leave something before finish
Reading 1 Chapter 1 Vocabulary
Advantage
Body
Burn
Energy
Something that helps someone.
Main part of a person or animal.
To use as a fuel.
The physical or mental strength to do something.
Advantage
Something that helps someone.
Body
Main part of a person or animal.
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Chapter 1 Vocabulary Reading
Adamant
Amoral
Eccentric
Absolve
Not giving in; stubborn
Lacking a moral sense; without principles
Different from what is customary; odd
To find innocent or blameless
Adamant
Not giving in; stubborn
Amoral
Lacking a moral sense; without principles
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reading chapter 1 vocabulary
adamant
amoral
eccentric
absolve
Firm;stubborn
Lacking ethical principles; without principles
Odd
To clear of guilt; to find innocent or blameless
adamant
Firm;stubborn
amoral
Lacking ethical principles; without principles
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vocabulary reading chapter 1
access
advocate
applications
bond
a way or means of reaching or entering something or somewhere…
: a worker for a cause, a supporter (người biện hộ, bào chữa)
: a document or blank form for writing down informtion for a…
: a relationship of trust (cooperation, friendship, love); a…
access
a way or means of reaching or entering something or somewhere…
advocate
: a worker for a cause, a supporter (người biện hộ, bào chữa)
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Chapter 1 reading vocabulary
Analyze
Assist
Construct
Debt
To think about something carefully
To help
To build something large
Money you owe someone
Analyze
To think about something carefully
Assist
To help
Reading vocabulary chapter 1
Urbanization
Abandon
Drought
Founder
Movement people from country side to life to city
Quite
No rain, very day
People start and found somethings
Urbanization
Movement people from country side to life to city
Abandon
Quite
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Reading Vocabulary Chapter 1
abominable
angle
athlete
calorie
(adj.) 1. offensive; 2. unpleasant
(n.) the space between two surfaces or lines that meet; (v.)…
(n.) a person trained or skilled in a sport
(n.) a unit used to measure the energy supplied by food
abominable
(adj.) 1. offensive; 2. unpleasant
angle
(n.) the space between two surfaces or lines that meet; (v.)…
Vocabulary Chapter 1 Reading
racism (noun)
diplomatic (adjective)
outspoken
values
Belief that one racial group is superior to another.... the poli…
good at dealing with people in a way that cause no bad feelin…
...
...
racism (noun)
Belief that one racial group is superior to another.... the poli…
diplomatic (adjective)
good at dealing with people in a way that cause no bad feelin…
Reading Vocabulary Chapter 1
disturbing
interrupt
squashing
specialty
to intrude upon, bother
to do something that hinders and stops the action or conversa…
to beat or flatten into a pulp; crush
a special pursuit, occupation, talent, or skill
disturbing
to intrude upon, bother
interrupt
to do something that hinders and stops the action or conversa…
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Chapter 1 Reading Vocabulary
principle
settlers
independence
Republic
idea, theory. the U.S. government is based on a number of imp…
people who arrive in a new place and live on the land
freedom
a government in which the head is a president , not king or q…
principle
idea, theory. the U.S. government is based on a number of imp…
settlers
people who arrive in a new place and live on the land
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Vocabulary Chapter 1 Reading
racism (noun)
diplomatic ( adjective)
outspoken ( adjective)
values ( noun)
Belief that one racial group is superior to another.... The pol…
good at dealing with people in a way that causes no bad feeli…
expressing your opinions honestly even if they shock or offen…
your ideas about what is right and wrong, or about what is im…
racism (noun)
Belief that one racial group is superior to another.... The pol…
diplomatic ( adjective)
good at dealing with people in a way that causes no bad feeli…
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Vocabulary Chapter 1 Reading
racism (noun)
diplomatic (adjective)
outspoken
values
Belief that one racial group is superior to another.
Good at dealing with people in a way that causes no bad feeli…
Expressing your opinion honestly even if they shock or offend…
Your ideas about what is right and wrong, or about what is im…
racism (noun)
Belief that one racial group is superior to another.
diplomatic (adjective)
Good at dealing with people in a way that causes no bad feeli…
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Chapter 1 Reading Vocabulary
Anatomy
Physiology
Principle of Complimentary
Metabolism
the science dealing witt the structure of plants and animals
the branch of biology dealing with the functions and activiti…
This holds objects with complimentary objets with cannot be m…
the sum of the physical and chemical processes in an organism…
Anatomy
the science dealing witt the structure of plants and animals
Physiology
the branch of biology dealing with the functions and activiti…
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Reading Vocabulary Chapter 1
abominable
angle
athlete
calorie
(adj.) 1. offensive; 2. unpleasant
(n.) the space between two surfaces or lines that meet; (v.)…
(n.) a person trained or skilled in a sport
(n.) a unit used to measure the energy supplied by food
abominable
(adj.) 1. offensive; 2. unpleasant
angle
(n.) the space between two surfaces or lines that meet; (v.)…
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Longman Reading Level 3 Vocabulary Chapter 1
acumen (n)
expertise (n)
innovation (n)
integrity (n)
business smarts
special skill or knowledge
a new idea, device, or method
honesty
acumen (n)
business smarts
expertise (n)
special skill or knowledge
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Interactions Reading Chapter 1
Achieve
Assignments
Challenging
Compare
Accomplishing something rewarding
Provides a list of the homework, quizzes, and tests in an ins…
Something that is difficult.
A type of thinking. To examine the similarities and/or differ…
Achieve
Accomplishing something rewarding
Assignments
Provides a list of the homework, quizzes, and tests in an ins…
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LARS3 Chapter 1 - Reading 3
integrity
trait
accomplish
manifest
n. The quality of being honest and having strong moral princi…
n. a characteristic that makes one person or thing different…
v. to do something by making an effort; to complete something…
v. to appear or become noticeable; (formal)
integrity
n. The quality of being honest and having strong moral princi…
trait
n. a characteristic that makes one person or thing different…
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LARS3 Chapter 1 - Reading 2
acumen
expertise
entice
phenomenal
n. the ability to think clearly and make fast, accurate decis…
n. specialized knowledge; expert skill
v. to attract (someone) especially by offering or showing som…
adj. very good or great : unusual in a way that is very impre…
acumen
n. the ability to think clearly and make fast, accurate decis…
expertise
n. specialized knowledge; expert skill
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Real Reading 1: Chapter 1
advantage (n.)
body (n.)
burn (v.)
energy (n.)
a benefit; something that helps you
1. the whole of a person or animal ... 2. the main part of a per…
to damage or destroy something with fire or heat
the ability to be active and to do a lot without feeling tired
advantage (n.)
a benefit; something that helps you
body (n.)
1. the whole of a person or animal ... 2. the main part of a per…
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Reading vocabulary chapter 1-6
apall
cognizant
commiserate
expedient
shock disgust
aware, knowledge
comfort express
self , enjoyment
apall
shock disgust
cognizant
aware, knowledge
Longman Academic Reading 2: Chapter 1
challenge
confidence
determination
discomfort
to test the ability, skill, or strength of (someone or someth…
a feeling or belief that you can do something well or succeed…
a quality that makes you continue trying to do or achieve som…
an uncomfortable or painful feeling in the body
challenge
to test the ability, skill, or strength of (someone or someth…
confidence
a feeling or belief that you can do something well or succeed…
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Longman Academic Reading 2: Chapter 1
challenge
confidence
determination
discomfort
to test the ability, skill, or strength of (someone or someth…
a feeling or belief that you can do something well or succeed…
a quality that makes you continue trying to do or achieve som…
an uncomfortable or painful feeling in the body
challenge
to test the ability, skill, or strength of (someone or someth…
confidence
a feeling or belief that you can do something well or succeed…
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Reading Vocabulary Chapter 1-6
Affinity
Fledgling
Hackneyed
Incessant
A preference
New
Repetitive
Nonstop
Affinity
A preference
Fledgling
New
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Vocabulary to Study after Reading Chapter 1.1
Independent variable
Dependent variable
Constant
Control Group
Variable that the scientist changes
Variable that is measured
Factor that is kept the same in all trials
Group that does not receive the independent variable; used fo…
Independent variable
Variable that the scientist changes
Dependent variable
Variable that is measured
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Reading Vocabulary Chapter 1-6
Affinity
Fledgling
Hackneyed
Incessant
A preference, liking, love
New, beginner, rookie
Worn Out, repetitve
Nonstop, continually, continuously
Affinity
A preference, liking, love
Fledgling
New, beginner, rookie
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Reading vocabulary chapter 1
Acknowledge
Alternative
Anecdotes
Appropriate
To admit
A choice
A short, interesting story
Proper
Acknowledge
To admit
Alternative
A choice
Chapter 1 : Interactions Reading 1
advice
attitudes
challenges
community
(n.) an opinion or suggestion about what someone should do
(n.) the way you think and feel about someone or something
(n.) a difficult task or problem : something that is hard to do
(n.) a group of people who live in the same area
advice
(n.) an opinion or suggestion about what someone should do
attitudes
(n.) the way you think and feel about someone or something
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Chapter 1 Longman Academic Reading 3
acumen
expertise
innovation
integrity
n. the ability to think clearly and make fast, accurate decis…
n. specialized knowledge; expert skill
n. An improvement of an existing technological product, syste…
n. The quality of being honest and having strong moral princi…
acumen
n. the ability to think clearly and make fast, accurate decis…
expertise
n. specialized knowledge; expert skill
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Reading vocabulary chapter 1-2
Sycamore
Gnarly
Transcended
Endurance
A tree in the eastern america
Difficult dangerous or challenging
Go beyond the range of limits
Remain active for a long period of time
Sycamore
A tree in the eastern america
Gnarly
Difficult dangerous or challenging
Jim reading chapter 1 vocabulary
deviate
peculiar
slogan
Tamil
To stray, wander
strange
a short, catchy phrase that conveys an important idea
Language spoken in southern India
deviate
To stray, wander
peculiar
strange
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Reading D (Chapter 1)
adopted (v.)
to drop out (v.)
intuition (n.)
to spurn (v.)
taken by other parents as their own child
stop attending school or university before you have completed…
a natural ability that makes it possible to know something wi…
refuse to accept someone or something that you don't think de…
adopted (v.)
taken by other parents as their own child
to drop out (v.)
stop attending school or university before you have completed…
23 terms
Reading Chapter 1
Alphabetic principle
Autobiographical Narrative
Belief System
Best Practice
Principle suggesting that letters in the alphabet map to phon…
An instructional strategy to help students and teachers refle…
A theoretical orientation and philosophical approach to the t…
Thoughtful, informed, state-of-the-art teaching in which lite…
Alphabetic principle
Principle suggesting that letters in the alphabet map to phon…
Autobiographical Narrative
An instructional strategy to help students and teachers refle…
Reading Vocabulary Chapter 1
abominable
angle
athlete
calorie
(adj.) 1. offensive; 2. unpleasant
(n.) the space between two surfaces or lines that meet; (v.)…
(n.) a person trained or skilled in a sport
(n.) a unit used to measure the energy supplied by food
abominable
(adj.) 1. offensive; 2. unpleasant
angle
(n.) the space between two surfaces or lines that meet; (v.)…
Reading 4 Chapter 1 Vocabulary (Longman Academic Reading Series 2)
challenge (noun)
confidence (noun)
determination (noun)
discomfort (noun)
a difficult task or problem : something that is hard to do
a feeling or belief that you can do something well or succeed…
something that makes you continue trying to do or achieve som…
an uncomfortable or painful feeling in the body; a feeling of…
challenge (noun)
a difficult task or problem : something that is hard to do
confidence (noun)
a feeling or belief that you can do something well or succeed…
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