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Interchange - Beginner - Unit 6 - Part 1

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Interchange - Beginner
to ride
[verb]
to sit on open-spaced vehicles like motorcycles or bicycles and be in control of their movements
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bike
[noun]
a vehicle that has two wheels and moves when we push its pedals with our feet
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school
[noun]
a place where children learn things from teachers
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to get around
[verb]
to move or travel from one place to another
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city
[noun]
a larger and more populated town
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to walk
[verb]
to move forward at a regular speed by placing our feet in front of each other one by one
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to take
[verb]
to use a particular route or means of transport in order to go somewhere
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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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subway
[noun]
an underground railroad system, typically in a big city
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bus
[noun]
a large vehicle that carries many passengers by road
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taxicab
[noun]
a car that we can pay to take us somewhere
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motorcycle
[noun]
a vehicle with two wheels, powered by an engine
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to drive
[verb]
to control the movement and the speed of a car, bus, truck, etc. when it is moving
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job
[noun]
the work that we do regularly to earn money
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work
[noun]
something that we do regularly to earn money
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parent
[noun]
our mother or our father
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downtown
[noun]
the main business area of a city or town located at its center
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but
[conjunction]
used for introducing a word, phrase, or idea that is different to what has already been said
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to use
[verb]
to do something with an object, method, etc. to achieve a specific result
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public
[adjective]
of, connected with, or affecting all the people in a society
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transportation
[noun]
a system or method for carrying people or goods from one place to another by cars, trains, etc.
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near
[adjective]
not far from a place, time, condition, or situation
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house
[noun]
a building where people live, especially as a family
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family member
[noun]
someone who is related to us by blood, marriage, or adoption, such as a parent, sibling, grandparent, or cousin
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husband
[noun]
the man you are officially married to
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wife
[noun]
the lady you are officially married to
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father
[noun]
a child's male parent
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dad
[noun]
an informal way of calling our father
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mother
[noun]
a child's female parent
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mom
[noun]
a woman who has given birth to a child or someone who cares for and raises a child
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son
[noun]
a person's male child
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daughter
[noun]
a person's female child
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child
[noun]
a son or daughter of any age
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kid
[noun]
a son or daughter of any age
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brother
[noun]
a man who shares a mother and father with us
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sister
[noun]
a lady who shares a mother and father with us
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to work
[verb]
to do a job or task, usually for a company or organization, in order to receive money
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