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Total English - Intermediate - Unit 4 - Lesson 2

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Total English - Intermediate
ambitious
[adjective]
trying or wishing to gain great success, power, or wealth
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charming
[adjective]
attractive and pleasing
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confident
[adjective]
having a strong belief in one's abilities or qualities
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determined
[adjective]
having or displaying a strong will to achieve a goal despite the challenges or obstacles
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egotistical
[adjective]
having an excessive focus on oneself and one's own interests, often at the expense of others
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extravagant
[adjective]
making exaggerated or overly ambitious claims, promises, or statements that are often not grounded in reality
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flexible
[adjective]
ready and able to change and adapt to different conditions
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generous
[adjective]
having a willingness to freely give or share something with others, without expecting anything in return
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mean
[adjective]
(of a person) behaving in a way that is unkind or cruel
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tolerant
[adjective]
showing respect to what other people say or do even when one disagrees with them
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sense of humor
[phrase]
one's ability to say funny things or be amused by jokes and other things meant to make one laugh
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strength
[noun]
a positive quality or attribute that enhances or enriches the overall value or effectiveness of a person or thing
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weakness
[noun]
a flaw or limitation in one's character, behavior, or judgment
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money
[noun]
something that we use to buy and sell goods and services, can be in the form of coins or paper bills
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cheap
[adjective]
having a low price
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to spend
[verb]
to use money as a payment for services, goods, etc.
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to afford
[verb]
to be able to pay the cost of something
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to buy
[verb]
to get something in exchange for paying money
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to pay
[verb]
to give someone money in exchange for goods or services
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to shop around
[verb]
to compare the prices or quality of goods or services from different suppliers or stores before making a purchase
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deal
[noun]
an agreement between two or more parties, typically involving the exchange of goods, services, or property
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impulse
[noun]
a sudden strong urge or desire to do something, often without thinking or planning beforehand
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sale
[noun]
the act of selling something
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bargain
[noun]
an item bought at a much lower price than usual
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shopping list
[noun]
a list of items that someone intends to buy while shopping at a store or a market
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ticket
[noun]
a piece of paper or card that shows you can do or get something, like ride on a bus or attend an event
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comparison
[noun]
the process of examining the similarities and differences between two or more things or people
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website
[noun]
a group of related data on the Internet with the same domain name published by a specific individual, organization, etc.
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mistake
[noun]
an act or opinion that is wrong
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receipt
[noun]
a written or printed document that shows the payment for a set of goods or services has been made
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refund
[noun]
an amount of money that is paid back because of returning goods to a store or one overpaying for something
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reduced
[adjective]
lower than the usual or normal amount, particularly in regards to price
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