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Interchange - Beginner - Unit 13 - Part 1

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Interchange - Beginner
place
[noun]
the part of space where someone or something is or they should be
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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 get
[verb]
to reach a specific place
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to buy
[verb]
to get something in exchange for paying money
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post office
[noun]
a place where we can send letters, packages, etc., or buy stamps
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drugstore
[noun]
‌a pharmacy that sells medicines and also other types of goods, for example toiletries
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gas station
[noun]
a place that sells fuel for cars, buses, bikes, etc.
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department store
[noun]
a large store, divided into several parts, each selling different types of goods
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bank
[noun]
a financial institution that keeps and lends money and provides other financial services
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bookstore
[noun]
a shop that sells books, magazines, and sometimes stationery
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coffee shop
[noun]
a type of small restaurant where people can drink coffee, tea, etc. and usually eat light meals too
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supermarket
[noun]
a large store that we can go to and buy food, drinks and other things from
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backpack
[noun]
a bag designed for carrying on the back, usually used by those who go hiking or climbing
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cold medicine
[noun]
a type of medication used to relieve the symptoms of the common cold, such as runny nose, cough, and sore throat
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debit card
[noun]
a small plastic card we use to pay for what we buy with the money taken directly from our bank account
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egg
[noun]
an oval or round thing that is produced by a chicken and can be used for food
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espresso
[noun]
a kind of strong black drink made by forcing hot water or steam through coffee
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gasoline
[noun]
a liquid used by cars, trucks, etc. as a fuel
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magazine
[noun]
a colorful thin book that has news, pictures, and stories about different things like fashion, sports, and animals, usually issued weekly or monthly
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stamp
[noun]
a small piece of paper or other material that is affixed to a letter or package to indicate that the appropriate postage fee has been paid for its delivery
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public
[adjective]
available to and shared by everyone, not only for a special group
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restroom
[noun]
a room in a public place with a toilet in it
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emergency
[noun]
an unexpected and usually dangerous situation needing immediate attention or action
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corner
[noun]
a point or area at which two edges, sides, or lines meet
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across
[preposition]
on the other side of a thing or place
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next to
[preposition]
in a position very close to someone or something
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between
[preposition]
in, into, or at the space that is separating two things, places, or people
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attraction
[noun]
a quality or feature of someone or something that evokes interest, liking, or desire in others
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center
[noun]
the middle part or point of an area or object
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avenue
[noun]
a wide straight street in a town or a city, usually with buildings and trees on both sides
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street
[noun]
a public path for vehicles in a village, town, or city, usually with buildings, houses, etc. on its sides
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far
[adverb]
to or at a great distance
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