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Interchange - Beginner
title
[noun]
a name that is used to describe someone's position or status
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what
[pronoun]
used in questions to ask for information or for someone’s opinion
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name
[noun]
the word someone or something is called or known by
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hello
[interjection]
a word we say when we see someone and want to greet them, or when we begin to talk on the phone
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sorry
[interjection]
a word we say to apologize for something or to say we are embarrassed
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first name
[noun]
the name we were given at birth that comes before our last name
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last name
[noun]
the name we share with our family, parents, or siblings
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nickname
[noun]
a familiar or humorous name given to someone that is connected with their real name, appearance, or with something they have done
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my
[determiner]
(first-person singular possessive determiner) of or belonging to the speaker or writer
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your
[determiner]
(second-person possessive determiner) of or belonging to the person or people being spoken or written to
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his
[determiner]
(third-person singular possessive determiner) of or belonging to a man or boy who has already been mentioned or is easy to identify
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her
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(third-person singular possessive determiner) of or belonging to a female human or animal that was previously mentioned or one that is easy to identify
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Mrs
[noun]
a title used before a woman's surname or full name to address or refer to a married woman
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Ms
[noun]
a title used before a woman's surname or full name as a form of address without indicating her marital status
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miss
[noun]
a title we use before an unmarried woman's family name or full name to address or refer to her
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great
[adjective]
large in degree, size, or quantity
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thanks
[interjection]
said when someone helps us or does something nice for us
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how about
[phrase]
used to inquire information about someone or something
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good morning
[interjection]
something we say when we want to greet or say hello to someone in the morning
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fine
[adjective]
not ill, injured, or in a bad state
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thank you
[interjection]
something we say to someone to show we are grateful to them for something that they have done for us or given us
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good afternoon
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something we say when we want to say hello or goodbye to a person in the afternoon
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pretty
[adverb]
to a degree that is high but not very high
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good
[adjective]
having a quality that is satisfying
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good evening
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something we say when we want to say hello or goodbye to a person in the evening
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OK
[adjective]
having an acceptable or desirable quality or level
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excuse me
[interjection]
said before asking someone a question, as a way of politely getting their attention
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there
[adverb]
at a place that is not where the speaker is
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I
[pronoun]
(subjective first-person singular pronoun) used by the speaker to refer to themselves when they are the subject of the sentence
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you
[pronoun]
(second-person pronoun) used for referring to the one or the people we are writing or talking to
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she
[pronoun]
(subjective third-person singular pronoun) used when referring to a female human or animal that was already mentioned or one that is easy to identify
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this
[pronoun]
used when referring to a person or thing that was recently mentioned or one that is close in space or time
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book
[noun]
a set of printed pages that are held together in a cover so that we can turn them and read them
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class
[noun]
students as a whole that are taught together
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right
[interjection]
used to show one's agreement
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history
[noun]
the study of past events, especially as a subject in school or university
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zero
[numeral]
the number 0
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one
[numeral]
the number 1
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two
[numeral]
the number 2
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three
[numeral]
the number 3
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four
[numeral]
the number 4
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five
[numeral]
the number 5
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six
[numeral]
the number 6
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seven
[numeral]
the number 7
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eight
[numeral]
the number 8
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nine
[numeral]
the number 9
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ten
[numeral]
the number 10
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bye
[interjection]
a word we say when we are leaving someone or when they are leaving, or at the end of a phone call
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tomorrow
[noun]
the day that will come after today ends
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good night
[interjection]
something we say when we want to say goodbye to a person at night or before we go to bed
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goodbye
[interjection]
a word we say when we are leaving or someone is leaving, or at the end of a phone call
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weekend
[noun]
the days of the week, usually Saturday and Sunday, when people do not have to go to work or school
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to have
[verb]
to undergo or experience something
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too
[adverb]
used to express an additional element in a sentence
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mathematics
[noun]
the study of numbers and shapes that involves calculation and description
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Mr
[noun]
a title used before a man's name to address or refer to him politely or formally
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