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Interchange - Upper-intermediate - Unit 11

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Interchange - Upper-intermediate
rite
[noun]
a formal ceremony that has religious or cultural significance
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unforgettable
[adjective]
so memorable that being forgotten is impossible
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sleepover
[noun]
an event, typically for children or teenagers, where one or more people stay overnight at the home of a friend, usually for socializing, entertainment, and shared activities
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crush
[noun]
a strong, temporary feeling of love toward a person
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trip
[noun]
a journey that you take for fun or a particular reason, generally for a short amount of time
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heartbreak
[noun]
a feeling of great distress or sadness
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immature
[adjective]
not fully developed mentally or emotionally, often resulting in behaviors or reactions that are childish
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congratulation
[noun]
praise or admiration given to someone to celebrate an achievement or happy event
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nephew
[noun]
our sister or brother's son, or the son of our husband or wife's siblings
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responsibility
[noun]
the obligation to perform a particular duty or task that is assigned to one
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independent
[adjective]
able to do things as one wants without needing help from others
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before
[adverb]
at an earlier time
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after
[adverb]
at a later time
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once
[adverb]
for one single time
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moment
[noun]
a very short period of time
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until
[preposition]
used to show that something continues or lasts up to a specific point in time and often not happening or existing after that time
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milestone
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an event or stage that has a very important impact on the progress of something
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to retire
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to leave your job and stop working, usually on reaching a certain age
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license
[noun]
a legal document that gives someone permission to do something, such as drive a car or practice a profession
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personal
[adjective]
only relating or belonging to one person
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characteristic
[adjective]
very typical or representative of a particular thing or a person's traits
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ambitious
[adjective]
trying or wishing to gain great success, power, or wealth
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argumentative
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(of a person) ready to argue and often arguing
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carefree
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free from worries or anxiety
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dependable
[adjective]
able to be relied on to do what is needed or asked of
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naive
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lacking experience and wisdom due to being young
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pragmatic
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based on reasonable and practical considerations rather than theory
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rebellious
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(of a person) resistant to authority or control, often challenging established norms or rules
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sophisticated
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having refined taste, elegance, and knowledge of complex matters
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wise
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deeply knowledgeable and experienced and capable of giving good advice or making good decisions
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internship
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a period of time spent working for free or little pay in order to gain experience or to become qualified in a particular field
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irresponsible
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neglecting one's duties or obligations, often causing harm or inconvenience to others
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grade
[noun]
a letter or number given by a teacher to show how a student is performing in class, school, etc.
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additional
[adjective]
added or extra to what is already present or available
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apology
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something that a person says or writes that shows they regret what they did to someone
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to look up
[verb]
to try to find information in a dictionary, computer, etc.
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essay
[noun]
a piece of writing that briefly analyzes or discusses a specific subject
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button
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a small, round object, usually made of plastic or metal, sewn onto a piece of clothing and used for fastening two parts together
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accident
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an unexpected and unpleasant event that occurs by chance, usually causing damage or injury
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to accuse
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to claim that someone has done something wrong
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purpose
[noun]
a desired outcome that guides one's plans or actions
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toward
[preposition]
in the direction of a particular person or thing
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fault
[noun]
a wrong move or act
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still
[adverb]
up to now or the time stated
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to hurt
[verb]
to cause injury or physical pain to yourself or someone else
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obviously
[adverb]
in a way that is easily understandable or noticeable
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fuse
[noun]
an electrical device that is used to stop or control the flow of current in a circuit in case it is too strong
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to offer
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to present or propose something to someone
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to recover
[verb]
to regain complete health after a period of sickness or injury
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to sabotage
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to intentionally damage or undermine something, often for personal gain or as an act of protest or revenge
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necessary
[adjective]
needed to be done for a particular reason or purpose
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heartfelt
[adjective]
expressing a genuine or sincere emotion, feeling, or thought
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effective
[adjective]
achieving the intended or desired result
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blackmail
[noun]
the crime of demanding money or benefits from someone by threatening to reveal secret or sensitive information about them
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discussion
[noun]
a conversation with someone about a serious subject
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to forgive
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to stop being angry or blaming someone for what they have done, and to choose not to punish them for their mistakes or flaws
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