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Interchange - Intermediate - Unit 14 - Part 1

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Interchange - Intermediate
popular
[adjective]
receiving a lot of love and attention from many people
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amused
[adjective]
feeling entertained or finding something funny or enjoyable
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bored
[adjective]
tired and unhappy because there is nothing to do or because we are no longer interested in something
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embarrassed
[adjective]
feeling ashamed and uncomfortable because of something that happened or was said
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amazing
[adjective]
extremely surprising, particularly in a good way
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awful
[adjective]
extremely unpleasant, bad, or disagreeable
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to kid
[verb]
to joke about something, often by giving false or inaccurate information
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body language
[noun]
the nonverbal signals and movements that convey a person's thoughts, emotions, and intentions through physical gestures, facial expressions, and posture
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to scratch
[verb]
to rub a person's or one's own skin to relieve an itching sensation, particularly with one's fingernails
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to bite
[verb]
to cut into flesh, food, etc. using the teeth
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to roll
[verb]
to move in a direction by turning over and over or from one side to another repeatedly
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to tap
[verb]
to hit someone or something gently, often with a few quick light blows
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to pull out
[verb]
to take and bring something out of a particular place or position
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to wrinkle
[verb]
to develop small lines or creases on the surface of something, often caused by folding, shrinking, or aging
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annoyed
[adjective]
feeling irritated or slightly angry
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confused
[adjective]
feeling uncertain or not confident about something because it is not clear or easy to understand
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disgusted
[adjective]
having or displaying great dislike for something
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frustrated
[adjective]
(of a person) incapable of achieving success in a specific profession
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impatient
[adjective]
unable to wait calmly for something or someone, often feeling irritated or frustrated
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irritated
[adjective]
feeling angry or annoyed
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nervous
[adjective]
worried and anxious about something or slightly afraid of it
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to nod
[verb]
to move one's head up and down as a sign of agreement, understanding, or greeting
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polite
[adjective]
showing good manners and respectful behavior towards others
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to refuse
[verb]
to say or show one's unwillingness to do something that someone has asked
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to insist
[verb]
to urgently demand someone to accept to do something or something to take place
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to remind
[verb]
to make a person remember an obligation, task, etc. so that they do not forget to do it
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traditionally
[adverb]
in accordance with methods, beliefs, or customs that have remained unchanged for a long period of time
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rude
[adjective]
having no respect for other people
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actually
[adverb]
used to emphasize a fact or the truth of a situation
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may
[verb]
used to show the possibility of something happening or being the case
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might
[verb]
used to express a possibility
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