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Interchange - Pre-intermediate - Unit 15

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Interchange - Pre-intermediate
later
[adverb]
at a time following the current or mentioned moment
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to decline
[verb]
to reject an offer, request, or invitation
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invitation
[noun]
a written or spoken request to someone, asking them to attend a party or event
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politely
[adverb]
in a manner that is respectful and understanding of the needs and feelings of others
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to follow
[verb]
to move or travel behind someone or something
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advice
[noun]
a suggestion or an opinion that is given with regard to making the best decision in a specific situation
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to apologize
[verb]
to tell a person that one is sorry for having done something wrong
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to explain
[verb]
to make something clear and easy to understand by giving more information about it
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to accept
[verb]
to say yes to what is asked of you or offered to you
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already
[adverb]
before the present or specified time
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busy
[adjective]
having so many things to do in a way that leaves not much free time
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to offer
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to present or propose something to someone
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to shoot for
[verb]
to attempt to achieve something, particularly a difficult goal
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free
[adjective]
available for use, not taken up by anything or anyone
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rain check
[noun]
refusal or cancellation of an invitation, offer, or plan with intention of accepting it or doing it at another time instead
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exhibit
[noun]
a public event in which objects such as paintings, photographs, etc. are shown
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afterward
[adverb]
in the time following a specific action, moment, or event
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to request
[verb]
to ask for something politely or formally
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formal
[adjective]
suitable for fancy, important, serious, or official occasions and situations
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informal
[adjective]
suitable for friendly, relaxed, casual, or unofficial occasions and situations
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to tell
[verb]
to use words and give someone information
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could
[verb]
used as the past tense of ‘can’
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would
[verb]
used to make an offer or request in a polite manner
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to ask
[verb]
to use words in a question form or tone to get answers from someone
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to miss
[verb]
fail to attend an event or activity
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to repair
[verb]
to fix something that is damaged, broken, or not working properly
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receptionist
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a person who greets and deals with people arriving at or calling a hotel, office building, doctor's office, etc.
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instead
[adverb]
as a replacement or equivalent
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to arrange
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to organize items in a specific order to make them more convenient, accessible, or understandable
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embarrassing
[adjective]
causing a person to feel ashamed or uneasy
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alone
[adverb]
without anyone else
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selection
[noun]
the act or process of carefully choosing someone or something as being the best or most suitable
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accident
[noun]
an unexpected and unpleasant event that happens by chance, usually causing damage or injury
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trouble
[noun]
a difficult or problematic situation that can cause stress, anxiety or harm
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security camera
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a device that watches and records what is happening in an area to help keep it safe
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fancy
[adjective]
elaborate or luxurious, often beyond what is necessary or practical
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to capture
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to catch an animal or a person and keep them as a prisoner
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pool
[noun]
a container of water that people can swim in
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lobby
[noun]
the area just inside the entrance of a public building such as a hotel, etc.
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adventure
[noun]
an exciting or unusual experience, often involving risk or physical activity
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subway
[noun]
an underground railroad system, typically in a big city
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smartphone
[noun]
a portable device that combines the functions of a cell phone and a computer, such as browsing the internet, using apps, making calls, etc.
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excitement
[noun]
a strong feeling of enthusiasm and happiness
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below
[adverb]
in a lower level, position, or place
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lamppost
[noun]
a tall pole designed to hold one or more electric lamps in order to provide light on a street or road
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padding
[noun]
soft material that is added to provide comfort or protection
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demolition
[noun]
the act or process of destroying or breaking apart a building or other structure
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company
[noun]
an organization that does business and earns money from it
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to imagine
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to make or have an image of something in our mind
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owner
[noun]
a person, entity, or organization that possesses, controls, or has legal rights to something
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reaction
[noun]
an action, thought, or feeling in response to something that has happened
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