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Interchange - Intermediate - Unit 2 - Part 2

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Interchange - Intermediate
guide
[noun]
a person whose job is to take tourists to interesting places and show them around
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across
[preposition]
on the other side of a thing or place
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sign
[noun]
a symbol or letters used in math, music, or other subjects to show an instruction, idea, etc.
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restroom
[noun]
a room in a public place with a toilet in it
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where
[adverb]
in what place, situation, or position
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indirect
[adjective]
not going in a straight line or the shortest way
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natural
[adjective]
originating from or created by nature, not made or caused by humans
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area
[noun]
a particular part or region of a city, country, or the world
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safety
[noun]
the condition of being protected and not affected by any potential risk or threat
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entertainment
[noun]
movies, television shows, etc. or an activity that is made for people to enjoy
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housing
[noun]
buildings in which people live, including their condition, prices, or types
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author
[noun]
a person who writes books, articles, etc., often as a job
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to look for
[verb]
to expect or hope for something
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continent
[noun]
any of the large land masses of the earth surrounded by sea such as Europe, Africa or Asia
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population
[noun]
the number of people who live in a particular city or country
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crowded
[adjective]
(of a space) filled with things or people
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percent
[adverb]
in or for every one hundred, shown by the symbol (%)
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resident
[noun]
a person who lives in a particular place, usually on a long-term basis
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daycare
[noun]
a place where children or the elderly are supervised and cared for during the day while their families are busy, and provided with meals, activities, and rest
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although
[conjunction]
used to introduce a contrast to what has just been said
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incredible
[adjective]
extremely great or large
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salary
[noun]
an amount of money we receive for doing our job, usually monthly
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healthcare
[noun]
the health services and treatments given to people
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education
[noun]
the process that involves teaching and learning, particularly at a school, university, or college
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option
[noun]
something that can or may be chosen from a number of alternatives
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beach
[noun]
an area of sand or small stones next to a sea or a lake
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forest
[noun]
a vast area of land that is covered with trees and shrubs
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to volunteer
[verb]
to state or suggest something without being asked or told
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to earn
[verb]
to get money for the job that we do or services that we provide
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rich
[adjective]
owning a great amount of money or things that cost a lot
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relationship
[noun]
the connection among two or more things or people or the way in which they are connected
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attitude
[noun]
the typical way a person thinks or feels about something or someone, often affecting their behavior and decisions
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positive
[adjective]
(of a person) completely sure about the truth or correctness of something
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even
[adverb]
used to show that something is surprising or is not expected
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government
[noun]
the group of politicians in control of a country or state
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