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Interchange - Beginner - Unit 14 - Part 2

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Interchange - Beginner
to leave
[verb]
to go away from somewhere
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to lose
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to be deprived of or stop having someone or something
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to make
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to form, produce, or prepare something, by putting parts together or by combining materials
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to meet
[verb]
to come together as previously scheduled for social interaction or a prearranged purpose
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to pay
[verb]
to give someone money in exchange for goods or services
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to put
[verb]
to move something or someone from one place or position to another
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to read
[verb]
to look at written or printed words or symbols and understand their meaning
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to ride
[verb]
to sit on open-spaced vehicles like motorcycles or bicycles and be in control of their movements
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to run
[verb]
to move using our legs, faster than we usually walk, in a way that both feet are never on the ground at the same time
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to say
[verb]
to use words and our voice to show what we are thinking or feeling
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to see
[verb]
to notice a thing or person with our eyes
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to sell
[verb]
to give something to someone in exchange for money
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to send
[verb]
to have a person, letter, or package physically delivered from one location to another, specifically by mail
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to sing
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to use our voice in order to produce musical sounds in the form of a tune or song
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to sit
[verb]
to put our bottom on something like a chair or the ground while keeping our back straight
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to sleep
[verb]
to rest our mind and body, with our eyes closed
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to speak
[verb]
to use one's voice to express a particular feeling or thought
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to spend
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to use money as a payment for services, goods, etc.
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to stand
[verb]
to be upright on one's feet
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to swim
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to move through water by moving parts of the body, typically arms and legs
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to take
[verb]
to reach for something and hold it
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to teach
[verb]
to give lessons to students in a university, college, school, etc.
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to think
[verb]
to have a type of belief or idea about a person or thing
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to try
[verb]
to make an effort or attempt to do or have something
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to wear
[verb]
to have something such as clothes, shoes, etc. on your body
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to win
[verb]
to become the most successful, the luckiest, or the best in a game, race, fight, etc.
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to write
[verb]
to make letters, words, or numbers on a surface, usually on a piece of paper, with a pen or pencil
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the ocean
[noun]
the great mass of salt water that covers most of the earth's surface
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to climb
[verb]
to go upwards toward the top of a mountain or rock for sport
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bridge
[noun]
a structure built over a river, road, etc. that enables people or vehicles to go from one side to the other
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worst
[adjective]
the least desirable or most unfavorable condition, quality, or characteristic of something
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wedding
[noun]
the event of a marriage ceremony
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quiet
[adjective]
with little or no noise
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truck
[noun]
a large road vehicle used for carrying goods
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parasailing
[noun]
an activity where a person is attached to a parachute and towed behind a boat, allowing them to fly in the air and enjoy a view of the surroundings from above
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amazing
[adjective]
extremely surprising, particularly in a good way
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instructor
[noun]
a person who teaches a practical skill or sport to someone
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above
[adverb]
in, at, or to a higher position
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scary
[adjective]
making us feel fear
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exciting
[adjective]
making us feel interested, happy, and energetic
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chore
[noun]
a task, especially a household one, that is done regularly
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awesome
[adjective]
extremely good and amazing
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