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Total English - Intermediate - Unit 7 - Reference

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Total English - Intermediate
academic
[adjective]
related to education, particularly higher education
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formal
[adjective]
suitable for fancy, important, serious, or official occasions and situations
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continuous
[adjective]
going or being without a pause or break
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degree
[noun]
the certificate that is given to university or college students upon successful completion of their course
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exam
[noun]
a way of testing how much someone knows about a subject
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course
[noun]
a series of lessons or lectures on a particular subject
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research
[noun]
a careful and systematic study of a subject to discover new facts or information about it
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subject
[noun]
a branch or an area of knowledge that we study at a school, college, or university
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to fail
[verb]
to be unsuccessful in accomplishing something
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mark
[noun]
a letter or number given by a teacher to show how good a student's performance is; a point given for a correct answer in an exam or competition
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lecture
[noun]
a talk given to an audience about a particular subject to educate them, particularly at a university or college
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to graduate
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to finish a university, college, etc. study course successfully and receive a diploma or degree
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mistake
[noun]
an act or opinion that is wrong
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progress
[noun]
a state of constant increase in quality or quantity
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note
[noun]
a short piece of writing that helps us remember something
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decision
[noun]
a choice or judgment that is made after adequate consideration or thought
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suggestion
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the act of putting an idea or plan forward for someone to think about
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to pass
[verb]
to get the necessary grades in an exam, test, course, etc.
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to revise
[verb]
to make changes to something, especially in response to new information, feedback, or a need for improvement
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seminar
[noun]
a class or course at a college or university in which a small group of students and a teacher discuss a specific subject
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distance education
[noun]
a learning system in which students and teachers do not attend classes instead use online or broadcast resources
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calm
[adjective]
not showing worry, anger, or other strong emotions
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clear
[adjective]
easy to understand
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encouraging
[adjective]
giving someone hope, confidence, or support
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frightening
[adjective]
causing one to feel fear
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inspiring
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producing feelings of motivation, enthusiasm, or admiration
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interesting
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catching and keeping our attention because of being unusual, exciting, etc.
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knowledgeable
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having a lot of information or expertise in a particular subject or field
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patient
[adjective]
able to remain calm, especially in challenging or difficult situations, without becoming annoyed or anxious
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strict
[adjective]
(of a person) closely adhering to a specified set of rules and principles
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understanding
[adjective]
not judging someone and forgiving toward them when they do something wrong or make a mistake
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bookworm
[noun]
a person who loves reading books and often spends a lot of time reading
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crash course
[noun]
an intensive and brief period of study or training in a particular subject or skill
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to throw oneself into sth
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to commit oneself fully to a particular task, project, or pursuit with enthusiasm, determination, and a willingness to take risks
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learning curve
[noun]
the rate or speed at which a person acquires new knowledge or skills in a particular area over time
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to lend sb a (helping) hand
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to give a person help or assistance in doing something
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clue
[noun]
a piece of evidence that leads someone toward the solution of a crime or problem
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to know sb/sth inside out
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to have very good knowledge or understanding about someone or something
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by heart
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by relying only on one's memory
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wild
[adjective]
lacking a basis in reason or fact and not supported by evidence or logic
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to guess
[verb]
to estimate or form a conclusion about something without sufficient information to verify its accuracy
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with flying colors
[phrase]
in a distinctive and very successful way
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piece of cake
[phrase]
anything that is very easy to achieve or do
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practice makes perfect
[sentence]
used to imply that regular and persistent practice of a skill or activity is necessary in order to become proficient or skilled at it
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teacher's pet
[noun]
someone who is considered the teacher's favorite student and therefore has advantage over others in the classroom
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the deep end
[phrase]
a situation that is very difficult because one is not prepared to deal with it
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to brush up
[verb]
to practice and improve skills or knowledge that one has learned in the past
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to pick up
[verb]
to acquire a new skill or language through practice and application rather than formal instruction
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to get down to
[verb]
to start focusing on and engaging in a task or activity in a serious or determined manner
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to get through
[verb]
to successfully complete a task
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to mess around
[verb]
to waste time or engage in idle, unproductive activity
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