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Headway - Advanced
song
[noun]
a piece of music that has words
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rhyme
[noun]
agreement between the sound or the ending of a word and another word
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rhythm
[noun]
a strong repeated pattern of musical notes or sounds
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lead
[noun]
a role or position of guiding or influencing others by setting an example or taking the initiative
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singer
[noun]
someone whose job is to use their voice for creating music
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guitar
[noun]
a musical instrument, usually with six strings, we play by pulling the strings with our fingers or with a plectrum
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keyboard
[noun]
a type of electronic musical instrument with keys like those of a piano, which is able to make many different sounds
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apprentice
[noun]
someone who works for a skilled person for a specific period of time to learn their skills, usually earning a low wage
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mechanic
[noun]
a person whose job is repairing and maintaining motor vehicles and machinery
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street singer
[noun]
a musician or performer who sings or plays music in public places, such as streets, parks, and squares, often to earn money
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to debut
[verb]
to perform or appear in public for the first time, especially as a professional or artist
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hill
[noun]
a naturally raised area of land that is higher than the land around it, but smaller than a mountain
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valley
[noun]
a low area of land between mountains or hills, often with a river flowing through it
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mountain
[noun]
a very tall and large natural structure that looks like a huge hill with a pointed top that is often covered in snow
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idea
[noun]
a suggestion or thought about something that we should do
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mind
[noun]
the ability in a person that makes them think, feel, or imagine
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view
[noun]
a particular way of seeing or understanding something
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wheat
[noun]
the common grain that is used in making flour, taken from a cereal grass which is green and tall
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barley
[noun]
a type of plant from which food and alcoholic beverages are produced; the grain from this plant
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corn
[noun]
a tall plant with large yellow seeds that grow together on a cob, which is cooked and eaten as a vegetable or animal food
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thing
[noun]
an object that we cannot or do not need to name when we are talking about it
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to act
[verb]
to do something for a special reason; to take action
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deed
[noun]
an action or behavior that someone does
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wild
[adjective]
(of an animal or plant) living or growing in a natural state, without any human interference
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riot
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a situation when a group of people behave violently, particularly as a protest
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amok
[adverb]
in a wild, uncontrolled, and often violent or frenzied manner
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submarine
[noun]
a warship that can operate both on and under water
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train
[noun]
a series of connected carriages that travel on a railroad, often pulled by a locomotive
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plane
[noun]
a winged flying vehicle driven by one or more engines
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compulsive
[adjective]
(of a behavior or action) driven by a strong inner urge or impulse, where the person feels compelled to do something even if they do not want to
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to scrawl
[verb]
to write something hastily or carelessly in a messy and illegible manner
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to smash
[verb]
to strike something with great force and intensity
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tactile
[adjective]
of or relating to or proceeding from the sense of touch
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stunned
[adjective]
feeling so shocked or surprised that one is incapable of acting in a normal way
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primeval
[adjective]
having existed from the beginning; in an earliest or original stage or state
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to belly
[verb]
swell out or bulge out
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prescription
[noun]
directions prescribed beforehand; the action of prescribing authoritative rules or directions
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to stir
[verb]
to cause a reaction or disturbance in someone's emotional state
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impetuosity
[noun]
rash impulsiveness
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to retreat
[verb]
move back
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submission
[noun]
the state or act of accepting defeat and not having a choice but to obey the person in the position of power
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kinship
[noun]
a close connection marked by community of interests or similarity in nature or character
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howling
[noun]
a long loud emotional utterance
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to take back
[verb]
to remind someone of the the past
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to play
[verb]
to assign someone to assume a particular role and position and take part in a match
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haywire
[adjective]
informal or slang terms for mentally irregular
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attitude
[noun]
the way a person thinks or feels about something or someone, often affecting their behavior and decisions
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underground
[noun]
a city's railway system that is below the ground, usually in big cities
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station
[noun]
a place or building where we can get on or off a train or bus
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to hang around
[verb]
to wait or stay in a particular place or to stay in a place without doing much
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self-conscious
[adjective]
embarrassed or worried about one's appearance or actions
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dementia
[noun]
a mental condition that happens when the brain is damaged by disease or injury, causing memory loss and impairing the ability to think or make decisions
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to come upon
[verb]
to encounter someone or something unexpectedly
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to suffer
[verb]
to have an illness or disease
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to answer (to all) one's prayers
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*** to provide what someone hopes or prays for
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