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Interchange - Upper-intermediate - Unit 12 - Part 2

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Interchange - Upper-intermediate
attractive
[adjective]
having features or characteristics that are pleasing
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entertaining
[adjective]
fun, interesting, or captivating, often making people happy or amused
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informative
[adjective]
providing useful or valuable information
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well-written
[adjective]
(of a piece of writing) composed or constructed in a way that is clear, effective, and skillfully presented
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fabulous
[adjective]
beyond the usual or ordinary, often causing amazement or admiration due to its exceptional nature
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crowded
[adjective]
(of a space) filled with things or people
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outside
[adverb]
not inside a thing or place
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trendy
[adjective]
influenced by the latest or popular styles
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because
[conjunction]
used for introducing the reason of something
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since
[conjunction]
used to express a reason for something happening, existing, etc.
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due to
[preposition]
as a result of a specific cause or reason
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ability
[noun]
the fact that one is able or possesses the necessary skills or means to do something
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innovative
[adjective]
(of ideas, products, etc.) creative, original, and unlike anything else that exists
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selection
[noun]
the act or process of carefully choosing someone or something as being the best or most suitable
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investment
[noun]
the act or process of putting money into something to gain profit
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worldwide
[adverb]
in or to all parts of the world
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slogan
[noun]
a short memorable phrase that is used in advertising to draw people's attention toward something
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commercial
[adjective]
related to the purchasing and selling of different goods and services
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invasion
[noun]
the act of invading or entering a territory, country, or region by force or without permission, often with the intent to control or dominate the area and its inhabitants
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advertisement
[noun]
any movie, picture, note, etc. designed to promote products or services to the public
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to interrupt
[verb]
to stop or pause a process
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to bombard
[verb]
to continuously expose someone to something, such as information, questions, or criticisms
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constant
[adjective]
happening continuously without stopping for a long time
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barrage
[noun]
a large amount of something all at once, like a lot of criticism or questions
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to ignore
[verb]
to intentionally pay no or little attention to someone or something
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expert
[noun]
an individual with a great amount of knowledge, skill, or training in a particular field
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element
[noun]
an essential or typical feature or part of something
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presentation
[noun]
the act of giving something, such as a prize or reward, to someone in a formal or official event
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to split
[verb]
to be divided into smaller groups or parts
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to appeal
[verb]
to ask for something, such as money, help, etc. in a serious manner
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sense
[noun]
any of the five natural abilities of sight, hearing, smell, touch, and taste
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emotion
[noun]
a strong feeling such as love, anger, etc.
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complicated
[adjective]
difficult to understand, deal with, or explain due to having many parts or factors
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ordinary
[adjective]
not unusual or different in any way
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landscape
[noun]
a beautiful scene in the countryside that can be seen in one particular view
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memorable
[adjective]
easy to remember or worth remembering, particularly because of being different or special
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to convince
[verb]
to make someone do something using reasoning, arguments, etc.
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to promote
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to move to a higher position or rank
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mystery
[noun]
something that is hard to explain or understand, often involving a puzzling event or situation with an unknown explanation
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sensual
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relating to or involving the senses or physical sensation
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