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Interchange - Intermediate - Unit 6 - Part 2

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Interchange - Intermediate
inside
[adverb]
in or into a room, building, etc.
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outside
[adverb]
not inside a thing or place
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stranger
[noun]
someone who is not familiar with a place because it is the first time they have ever been there
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balcony
[noun]
a platform above the ground level and on the outside wall of a building that we can get into from the upper floor
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can
[verb]
to be able to
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could
[verb]
used to show the possibility of something happening or being the case
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would
[verb]
used to offer or ask for advice
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to mind
[verb]
(often used in negative or question form) to be upset, offended, or bothered by something
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to keep
[verb]
to have or continue to have something
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to park
[verb]
to move a car, bus, etc. into an empty place and leave it there for a short time
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apology
[noun]
something that a person says or writes that shows they regret what they did to someone
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to request
[verb]
to ask for something politely or formally
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to admit
[verb]
to agree with the truth of something, particularly reluctantly
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mistake
[noun]
an act or opinion that is wrong
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offer
[noun]
a statement in which one expresses readiness or willingness to do something for someone or give something to them
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weird
[adjective]
very strange, unusual, and not natural, in a way that is difficult to understand
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to interview
[verb]
to ask someone questions to see whether they are qualified for a course of study, job, etc.
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to lend
[verb]
to give someone something, like money, expecting them to give it back after a while
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strawberry
[noun]
a soft, red juicy fruit with small seeds on its surface
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to oversleep
[verb]
to wake up later than one intended to
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buffet
[noun]
a meal with many dishes from which people serve themselves at a table and then eat elsewhere
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to gain
[verb]
to obtain something through one's own actions or hard work
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to snore
[verb]
to breathe through one's nose and mouth in a noisy way while asleep
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patient
[noun]
someone who is receiving medical treatment, particularly in a hospital or from a doctor
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promise
[noun]
an assurance or declaration indicating the possible success or occurrence of something in the future
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to realize
[verb]
to become aware of a situation or fact
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terribly
[adverb]
in a way that is very bad or unpleasant
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public
[adjective]
of, connected with, or affecting all the people in a society
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madness
[noun]
very stupid behavior that could develop into a dangerous situation
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receptionist
[noun]
a person who greets and deals with people arriving at or calling a hotel, office building, doctor's office, etc.
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server
[noun]
someone whose job is to serve meals to customers in a restaurant
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chef
[noun]
a highly trained cook who often cooks for hotels or restaurants
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manager
[noun]
someone who is in charge of running a business or managing part or all of a company or organization
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satisfactory
[adjective]
good enough to meet a particular standard or requirement
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impossible
[adjective]
not able to be or happen; not possible to do
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