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Face2Face - Pre-intermediate - Unit 3 - 3C

Here you will find the vocabulary from Unit 3 - 3C in the Face2Face Pre-Intermediate coursebook, such as "collection", "assist", "inform", etc.

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Face2Face - Pre-intermediate
to collect

to gather together things from different places or people

[Verb]
collection

a group of particular objects put together and considered as a whole

[noun]
to act

to play or perform a role in a play, movie, etc.

[Verb]
actor

someone whose job involves performing in movies, plays, or series

[noun]
to assist

to help a person in performing a task, achieving a goal, or dealing with a problem

[Verb]
assistant

a person who helps someone in their work

[noun]
to clean

to make something have no bacteria, marks, or dirt

[Verb]
cleaner

someone whose job is to clean other people’s houses, offices, etc.

[noun]
to improve

to make a person or thing better

[Verb]
improvement

the action or process of making something better or becoming better

[noun]
to test

to take actions to check the quality, reliability, or performance of something

[Verb]
art

the use of creativity and imagination to express emotions and ideas by making things like paintings, sculptures, music, etc.

[noun]
artist

someone who creates drawings, sculptures, paintings, etc. either as their job or hobby

[noun]
music

a series of sounds made by instruments or voices, arranged in a way that is pleasant to listen to

[noun]
musician

someone who plays a musical instrument or writes music, especially as a profession

[noun]
decision

a choice or judgment that is made after adequate consideration or thought

[noun]
to examine

to analyze someone or something in detail

[Verb]
to interview

to ask someone questions about a particular topic on the TV, radio, or for a newspaper

[Verb]
interviewer

a person who asks questions to obtain information from someone in an interview, usually to evaluate their qualifications, opinions, or experiences

[noun]
to cook

to make food with heat

[Verb]
to decide

to think carefully about different things and choose one of them

[Verb]
examination

the process of looking closely at something to see if there are any issues

[noun]
argument

a discussion, typically a serious one, between two or more people with different views

[noun]
to visit

to go somewhere because we want to spend time with someone

[Verb]
cook

a person who prepares and cooks food, especially as their job

[noun]
to employ

to give work to someone and pay them

[Verb]
information

facts or knowledge related to a thing or person

[noun]
visitor

someone who enters a place, such as a building, city, or website, for a particular purpose

[noun]
guitarist

someone who plays the guitar

[noun]
discussion

a conversation with someone about a serious subject

[noun]
to argue

to speak to someone often angrily because one disagrees with them

[Verb]
politician

someone who works in the government or a law-making organization

[noun]
examiner

someone who administers a test to determine your qualifications

[noun]
to inform

to give information about someone or something, especially in an official manner

[Verb]
employment

the fact or state of having a regular paid job

[noun]
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