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Interchange - Beginner
message
[noun]
a written or spoken piece of information or communication sent to or left for another person
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creative
[adjective]
making use of imagination or innovation in bringing something into existence
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meeting
[noun]
an event in which people meet, either in person or online, to talk about something
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at
[preposition]
used to show a particular place or position
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in
[preposition]
at a point inside an area or thing
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on
[preposition]
used to show that an object is physically in contact with or attached to a surface or object
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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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he
[pronoun]
(subjective third-person singular pronoun) used when referring to a male human or animal that was already mentioned or one that is easy to identify
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we
[pronoun]
(subjective first-person plural pronoun) used by a speaker when they want to talk or write about themselves and at least one other person
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they
[pronoun]
(subjective third-person plural pronoun) used when referring to the things or people that were already mentioned
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me
[pronoun]
(objective first-person singular pronoun) used by the speaker to refer to themselves when they are the object of a 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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him
[pronoun]
(objective third-person singular pronoun) used when referring to a male human or animal as the object of a sentence
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her
[pronoun]
(objective third-person singular pronoun) used when referring to a female human or animal that is the object of a sentence
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us
[pronoun]
(objective first-person plural pronoun) used by the speaker to refer to themselves and at least one other person when they are the object of a sentence
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them
[pronoun]
(objective third-person plural pronoun) used when referring to the aforementioned things or people that are the object of a sentence
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popular
[adjective]
receiving a lot of love and attention from many people
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activity
[noun]
something that a person spends time doing, particularly to accomplish a certain purpose
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camping
[noun]
the activity of ‌living outdoors in a tent, camper, etc. on a vacation
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amusement park
[noun]
a large place where people go and pay to have fun and enjoy games, rides, or other activities
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street fair
[noun]
an event held outdoors on a street or in a public place where people can enjoy food, entertainment, and other activities
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concert
[noun]
a public performance by musicians or singers
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barbecue
[noun]
an outdoor party during which food, such as meat, fish, etc. is cooked on a metal frame over an open fire
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play
[noun]
a written story that is meant to be performed on a stage, radio, or television
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musical
[noun]
any theatrical performance that combines singing, dancing, and acting to tell a story
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to turn off
[verb]
to cause a machine, device, or equipment to stop operating, typically by pushing a button or turning a key
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to want
[verb]
to wish to do or have something
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to have
[verb]
to hold or own something
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to see
[verb]
to notice a thing or person with our eyes
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to like
[verb]
to feel that someone or something is good, enjoyable, or interesting
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would
[verb]
used to express a tendency or desire
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to go
[verb]
to move over a particular distance
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to love
[verb]
to have very strong feelings for someone or something that is important to us and we like a lot and want to take care of
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to need
[verb]
to want something or someone that we must have if we want to do or be something
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to babysit
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to take care of a child or children while their parents are away
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limit
[noun]
the greatest amount of something that is possible or allowed
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to host
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to be the organizer of an event such as a meeting, party, etc. to which people are invited
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band
[noun]
a group of musicians and singers playing popular music
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to check
[verb]
to discover information about something or someone by looking, asking, or investigating
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stage
[noun]
an elevated area, especially in theaters, on which artists perform for the audience
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musician
[noun]
someone who plays a musical instrument or writes music, especially as a profession
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to perform
[verb]
to give a performance of something such as a play or a piece of music for entertainment
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total
[noun]
the whole amount of something
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to explore
[verb]
to visit places one has never seen before
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sometimes
[adverb]
on some occasions but not always
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autograph
[noun]
a person's signature, usually from someone famous or important
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both
[adjective]
referring to two things together
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poster
[noun]
a large printed picture or notice, typically used for advertising or decoration
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to sign
[verb]
to write one's name or mark on a document to indicate acceptance, approval, or endorsement of its contents
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hungry
[adjective]
needing or wanting something to eat
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thirsty
[adjective]
wanting or needing a drink
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to serve up
[verb]
to offer something, typically food or drink, to someone
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everyone
[pronoun]
every single person in a group, community, or society, without exception
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to shop
[verb]
to look for and buy different things from stores
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center
[noun]
the middle part or point of an area or object
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hat
[noun]
a piece of clothing often with a brim that we wear on our heads, for warmth, as a fashion item or as part of a uniform
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guitar
[noun]
a musical instrument, usually with six strings, that we play by pulling the strings with our fingers or with a plectrum
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