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Interchange - Pre-intermediate - Unit 8 - Part 2

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Interchange - Pre-intermediate
college
[noun]
an institution that offers higher education or specialized trainings for different professions
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campus
[noun]
an area of land in which a university, college, or school, along with all their buildings, are situated
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business district
[noun]
an area of a city or town where many businesses are located, including office buildings, shops, and restaurants
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theater
[noun]
a place, usually a building, with a stage where plays and shows are performed
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industrial
[adjective]
related to the manufacturing or production of goods on a large scale
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convenient
[adjective]
suited to one's comfort or preferences, often in terms of time, location, or availability
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traffic
[noun]
the coming and going of cars, airplanes, etc. in an area at a particular time
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difference
[noun]
the way that two or more people or things are different from each other
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noise
[noun]
sounds that are usually unwanted or loud
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downstair
[adjective]
on a lower floor or level of a building or structure
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many
[determiner]
a large number of; a great number of
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a lot
[adverb]
to a large degree
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a few
[adjective]
a small unspecified number of people or things
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any
[determiner]
one or some of a thing or number of things, however large or small
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none
[adverb]
used to indicate the absence of something or the complete lack of involvement
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much
[determiner]
used to refer to a large degree or amount of a thing
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a little
[adverb]
a small amount
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how many
[determiner]
used to talk or ask about the number of things or people that are involved or concerned
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how much
[determiner]
used to refer to the quantity or amount of something, often used to ask about the extent, degree, or size of a particular thing
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shopping mall
[noun]
‌a large building or enclosed area that consists of a group of shops
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price
[noun]
the amount of money required for buying or obtaining something
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bookstore
[noun]
a store that sells books and usually stationery (writing materials)
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perfect
[adjective]
being as great, complete, and flawless as possible
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to register
[verb]
to enter one's name in a list of an institute, school, etc.
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indie
[noun]
a pop group not affiliated with a major record company
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creative
[adjective]
making use of imagination or innovation in bringing something into existence
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narrow
[adjective]
having a small width in comparison with the length
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venue
[noun]
a location where an event or action takes place, such as a meeting or performance
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extremely
[adverb]
to a very great amount or degree
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to hang out
[verb]
to spend much time in a specific place or with someone particular
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choice
[noun]
an act of deciding to choose between two things or more
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nightlife
[noun]
the social activities and entertainment options that take place after dark, typically involving bars, clubs, live music, and other forms of entertainment
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club
[noun]
a place where people, especially young people, go to dance, listen to music, or spend time together
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market
[noun]
a public place where people buy and sell groceries
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to taste
[verb]
to have a specific flavor
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ceviche
[noun]
a dish typically made with raw fish or seafood that is marinated in citrus juice, mixed with various vegetables and spices, and served cold
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squid
[noun]
a type of Italian food made from a sea creature called squid, which is cooked with garlic, tomatoes, and white wine, and is usually eaten with pasta or bread
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torta
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a type of Mexican sandwich made with a crusty bread roll called a telera, filled with ingredients such as refried beans, meat, cheese, avocado, and salsa, and often grilled or pressed before serving
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trendy
[adjective]
influenced by the latest styles
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boutique
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a small store in which fashionable clothes or accessories are sold
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jewelry
[noun]
objects such as necklaces, bracelets or rings, typically made from precious metals such as gold, silver, etc. that we wear as decoration
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