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Interchange - Upper-intermediate - Unit 3

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Interchange - Upper-intermediate
to lend
[verb]
to give someone something, like money, expecting them to give it back after a while
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to favor
[verb]
to prefer someone or something to an alternative
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to babysit
[verb]
to take care of a child or children while their parents are away
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niece
[noun]
our sister or brother's daughter, or the daughter of our husband or wife's siblings
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to donate
[verb]
to freely give goods, money, or food to someone or an organization
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charity
[noun]
an organization that helps those in need by giving them money, food, etc.
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to co-sign
[verb]
to sign a document or agreement jointly with another person, taking equal responsibility for fulfilling its terms
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to borrow
[verb]
to use or take something belonging to someone else, with the idea of returning it
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to suppose
[verb]
to think or believe that something is possible or true, without being sure
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apology
[noun]
something that a person says or writes that shows they regret what they did to someone
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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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gift
[noun]
something that we give to someone because we like them, especially on a special occasion, or to say thank you
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phone call
[noun]
the act of speaking to someone or trying to reach them on the phone
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to accept
[verb]
to say yes to what is asked of you or offered to you
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impossible
[adjective]
not able to occur, exist, or be done
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especially
[adverb]
used for showing that what you are saying is more closely related to a specific thing or person than others
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to bring up
[verb]
to mention a particular subject
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to hang out
[verb]
to spend much time in a specific place or with someone particular
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to stand
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to be willing to accept or tolerate a difficult situation
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to influence
[verb]
to have an effect on a particular person or thing
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matter
[noun]
a situation or subject that needs to be dealt with or considered
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to confront
[verb]
to face someone, particularly in a way that is unfriendly or threatening
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to avoid
[verb]
to not get involved with someone or something
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topic
[noun]
a matter that is dealt with in a conversation, text, or study
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to handle
[verb]
to deal with a situation or problem successfully
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constantly
[adverb]
in a way that happens frequently and regularly without any pause
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afraid
[adjective]
worried about a possible danger, difficulty, or problem
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to request
[verb]
to ask for something politely or formally
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compliment
[noun]
a comment on a person's looks, behavior, achievements, etc. that expresses one's admiration or praise for them
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to decline
[verb]
to reject an offer, request, or invitation
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to receive
[verb]
to be given something or to accept something that is sent
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to offer
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to present or propose something to someone
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