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Interchange - Beginner - Unit 10 - Part 1

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Interchange - Beginner
favorite
[adjective]
liked or preferred the most among the rest that are from the same category
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sport
[noun]
a physical activity or competitive game with specific rules that people do for fun or as a profession
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soccer
[noun]
a type of sport where two teams, with eleven players each, try to kick a ball into a specific area to win points
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second
[determiner]
coming or happening just after the first person or thing
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ice hockey
[noun]
a game played on ice by two teams of 6 skaters who try to hit a hard rubber disc (a puck) into the other team’s goal, using long sticks
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basketball
[noun]
a type of sport where two teams, with often five players each, try to throw a ball through a net that is hanging from a ring and gain points
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tennis
[noun]
a sport in which two or four players use rackets to hit a small ball backward and forward over a net
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volleyball
[noun]
a type of sport in which two teams of 6 players try to hit a ball over a net and into the other team's side
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swimming
[noun]
the act of moving our bodies through water with the use of our arms and legs, particularly as a sport
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football
[noun]
a sport, played by two teams of eleven players who try to score by carrying or kicking an oval ball into the other team's end zone or through their goalpost
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hockey
[noun]
a game played by two teams of eleven players on grass or a field, using long sticks to put a hard ball in the opposite team's goal
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baseball
[noun]
a game played with a bat and ball by two teams of 9 players who try to hit the ball and then run around four bases before the other team can return the ball
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to skate
[verb]
to move on ice or other smooth surfaces using ice skates, roller skates, or a skateboard
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snowboarding
[noun]
a winter sport or activity in which the participant stands on a board and glides over snow, typically on a mountainside
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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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to ride
[verb]
to sit on open-spaced vehicles like motorcycles or bicycles and be in control of their movements
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hiking
[noun]
the activity of taking long walks in the countryside or mountains, often for fun
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quiz
[noun]
a short test given to students
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to play
[verb]
to participate in a game or sport to compete with another individual or another team
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free time
[noun]
a time when we do not have to work or do any important things, and we can choose what we want to do with that time
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athlete
[noun]
a person who is good at sports and physical exercise, and often competes in sports competitions
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often
[adverb]
on many occasions
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to mean
[verb]
to have a particular meaning or represent something
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what
[pronoun]
used in questions to ask for information or for someone’s opinion
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who
[pronoun]
used in questions to ask about the name or identity of one person or several people
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where
[adverb]
in what place, situation, or position
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how
[adverb]
in what manner or in what way
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when
[adverb]
used when we want to ask at what time something happens
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twice
[adverb]
for two instances
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gym
[noun]
a place with special equipment that people go to exercise or play sports
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talent
[noun]
an ability that a person naturally has in doing something well
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to audition
[verb]
to give a short performance in order to get a role in a movie, play, show, etc.
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to enter
[verb]
to come or go into a place
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to sing
[verb]
to use our voice in order to produce musical sounds in the form of a tune or song
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well
[adverb]
in a way that is right, good, or satisfactory
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at all
[adverb]
no degree or amount whatsoever
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piano
[noun]
a musical instrument we play by pressing the black and white keys on the keyboard
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maybe
[adverb]
used to show uncertainty or hesitation
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contest
[noun]
a competition in which participants compete to defeat their opponents
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practice
[noun]
the act of repeatedly doing something to become better at doing it
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can
[verb]
to be able to do somehing, make something, etc.
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ability
[noun]
the fact that one is able or possesses the necessary skills or means to do something
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to bake
[verb]
to cook food, usually in an oven, without any extra fat or liquid
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cookie
[noun]
a sweet baked treat typically made with flour, sugar, and other ingredients like chocolate chips or nuts
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to build
[verb]
to put together different materials such as brick to make a building, etc.
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