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Interchange - Intermediate - Unit 13 - Part 1

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Interchange - Intermediate
entertainment
[noun]
movies, television shows, etc. or an activity that is made for people to enjoy
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to rehearse
[verb]
to practice a play, piece of music, etc. before the public performance
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director
[noun]
a person in charge of a movie or play who gives instructions to the actors and staff
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scene
[noun]
a part of a movie, play or book in which the action happens in one place or is of one particular type
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narrative
[noun]
a story or an account of something especially one that is told in a movie, novel, etc.
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movie
[noun]
a story told through a series of moving pictures with sound, shown on television or in a cinema
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trivia
[noun]
details, facts, or matters that are not important or useful
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to suppose
[verb]
to think or believe that something is possible or true, without being sure
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to slam
[verb]
to hit or strike with great force, often making a loud noise
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accidentally
[adverb]
by chance and without planning in advance
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to incorporate
[verb]
to legally form a company or organization and to give it a separate legal identity from its owners
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to shoot
[verb]
to film or take a photograph of something
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stunt
[noun]
a dangerous and difficult action that shows great skill and is done to entertain people, typically as part of a movie
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to remain
[verb]
to stay in the same state or condition
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to cost
[verb]
to require a particular amount of money
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fascinated
[adjective]
having a strong interest and curiosity in something
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amusing
[adjective]
(of an activity) being funny or enjoyable
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dumb
[adjective]
stupid; slow to learn
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bizarre
[adjective]
very strange or unusual in a way that surprises or confuses people
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disgusting
[adjective]
describing something that is very unpleasant
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fantastic
[adjective]
extremely amazing and great
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hilarious
[adjective]
causing great amusement and laughter
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horrible
[adjective]
extremely unpleasant, bad, or disagreeable
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hysterical
[adjective]
experiencing or displaying extreme and uncontrolled emotion, such as laughter or crying
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incredible
[adjective]
too strange and impossible to believe
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odd
[adjective]
considered unusual, particularly in a way that makes one confused
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outstanding
[adjective]
superior to others in terms of excellence
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ridiculous
[adjective]
extremely absurd, silly, or unreasonable and deserving to be laughed at
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silly
[adjective]
feeling embarrassed or stupid
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terrible
[adjective]
very bad, disagreeable, or unpleasant
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weird
[adjective]
very strange, unusual, and not natural, in a way that is difficult to understand
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awful
[adjective]
extremely unpleasant, bad, or disagreeable
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wonderful
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very great and pleasant
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stupid
[adjective]
not having common sense or the ability to understand or learn quickly
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strange
[adjective]
having unusual, unexpected, or confusing qualities
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funny
[adjective]
able to make people laugh
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exotic
[adjective]
exciting or beautiful because of having qualities that are very unusual or different
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thumbs up
[phrase]
an instance or gesture that indicates approval or satisfaction
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to dub
[verb]
to change the original language of a movie or TV show into another language
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