The period of time in a person's life when they are developing into an adult


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The type of person you are, which is shown by the way you behave, feel and think

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Pessimist

Don't be such a pessimist!

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Priority

Something that is very important and must be dealt with before other things

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Pressure

1)the force you produce when you press something.2)the force that a liquid or gas produces when it presses against an area

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Realist

Someone who hopes for or accepts only what seems possible or likely, and does not hope for or expect more

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Risk - taker




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Self-expression




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Sense

1)an ability to understand, recognize, value or react to something, especially any of the five physical abilities to see, hear, smell, taste and feel.2)a general feeling or understanding

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Bored

Feeling tired and unhappy because something is not interesting or because you have nothing to do

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Confused

Unable to think clearly or to understand something

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Dissatisfied

Not pleased with something; feeling that something is not as good as it should be

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Intense

1. Extreme and forceful or (of a feeling) very strong.2. Intense people are very serious, and usually have strong emotions or opinions

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Materialistic

Believing that having money and possessions is the most important thing in life

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Negative

1. Expressing 'no'. 2. A negative sentence or phrase is one which contains a word such as 'not', 'no', 'never' or 'nothing'

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Outdoor

1. Existing, happening or done outside, rather than inside a building.2. Liking or relating to outdoor activities, such as walking and climbing

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Positive

Hopeful and confident, or giving cause for hope and confidence

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Recreational

Activities/facilities/interests

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Successful

1. Achieving the results wanted or hoped for.2. Having achieved a lot, become popular and/or made a lot of money

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Appeal

When a lot of people are asked to give money, information or help

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Attract

If you are attracted by or to someone, you like them, often finding them sexually interesting.

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Choose

To decide what you want from two or more things or possibilities

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Express

To show a feeling, opinion or fact

Eg :Her eyes expressed deep sadness.



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Enjoy

To get pleasure from something

Eg:I really enjoyed that film.



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Fulfill

To do something that is expected, hoped for or promised or to cause it to happen

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Improve

To (cause something to) get better

Eg:He did a lot to improve conditions for factory workers.



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Motivate

Cause someone to behave in a particular way

Eg:Like so many people, he's motivated by greed.



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Participate

To take part in or become involved in an activity

Eg:She never participates in any of our discussions, does she?



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Regret

A feeling of sadness about something sad or wrong or about a mistake that you have made, and a wish that it could have been different and better

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Relax

To (cause someone to) become less active and more calm and happy, or to (cause a part of the body to) become less stiff

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Satisfy

To please someone by giving them what they want or need

Eg:They have 31 flavours of ice-cream - enough to satisfy everyone!



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Lead a happy life

Using all the chances in life

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Live life on the edge

Risk your life when you are living

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Live life to the full




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Make a choice

Choose

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Make a decision

Decide

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Make a living

Earn

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Miss

To arrive too late to get on a bus, train or aircraft

Eg:You'll miss your train if you don't hurry up.



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Put pressure on




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Set a goal




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Take part in




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Work hard for a living




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All walks of life

From different jobs

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Cost of living




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Lifelong ambition




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Living expenses




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Once in a lifetime opportunity




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Standart of living




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Way of life




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Assignment

1)a piece of work given to someone, typically as part of their studies or job.2)a job that someone is sent somewhere to do

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College

Any place for specialized education after the age of 16 where people study or train to get knowledge and/or skills

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Controversial issue




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  • Сurriculum

The group of subjects studied in a school, college, etc.

Eg: the school curriculum





Dissertation

A long piece of writing on a particular subject, especially one that is done as a part of a course at college or university

Eg: Ann did her dissertation on Baudelaire.



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Education

The process of teaching or learning in a school or college, or the knowledge that you get from this

Eg: It's a country which places great importance on education.



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Examination

When someone looks at or considers something carefully in order to discover something

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Field of study




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Funding

Money given by a government or organization for an event or activity

Eg: They received state funding for the project.



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Grade

A level of quality, size, importance, etc

Eg: He's suffering from some kind of low-grade (= slight) infection, which he can't seem to get rid of.



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Graduation

When you receive your degree for finishing your education or a course of study

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Grant

A sum of money given especially by the government to a person or organization for a special purpose

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High school




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Homework

Work which teachers give their students to do at home

Eg: You can't watch TV until you've done your homework.



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Junior school




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Kindergarten

The first year of school, for children aged 5

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Learning disorder




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Lecturer

Someone who teaches at a college or university

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Library

A building, room or organization which has a collection, especially of books, for people to read or borrow usually without payment

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Limits

He greatest amount, number or level of something that is either possible or allowed

Eg: Is there a limit on the amount of money you can claim?



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Master`s degree




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Nursery

A place where young children and babies are taken care of while their parents are at work

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Phd

Doctor of philosophy: the highest college or university degree

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Primary school




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Program

A series of instructions which can be put into a computer in order to make it perform an operation

Eg: She's written a program to find words which frequently occur together.



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Project

A piece of planned work or an activity which is finished over a period of time and intended to achieve a particular aim

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Research

A detailed study of a subject, especially in order to discover (new) information or reach a (new) understanding

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Resources

Useful or valuable possession or quality of a country, organization or person

Eg: The country's greatest resource is the dedication of its workers.



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Results

Something that happens or exists because of something else

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Scholarship

An amount of money given by a school, college, university or other organization to pay for the studies of a person with great ability but little money

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Scope

The range of a subject covered by a book, programme, discussion, class, etc.

Eg: I'm afraid that problem is beyond/outside the scope of my lecture.



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Secondary School




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Sources

The place something comes from or starts at, or the cause of something

Eg: Oranges are a good source of vitamin C



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Syllabus

(a plan showing) the subjects or books to be studied in a particular course, especially a course which leads to an examination

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Task

A piece of work to be done, especially one done regularly, unwillingly or with difficulty

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Theory

A formal statement of the rules on which a subject of study is based or of ideas which are suggested to explain a fact or event or, more generally, an opinion or explanation

Eg: Darwin's theory of evolution



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Thesis

1. A long piece of writing on a particular subject, especially one that is done for a higher college or university degree.2 the main idea, opinion or theory of a person, group, piece of writing or speech

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Clarify

To make something clear or easier to understand by giving more details or a simpler explanation

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Communicate

To share information with others by speaking, writing, moving your body or using other signals

Eg: We can now communicate instantly with people on the other side of the world.



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Comprehend

To understand something completely

Eg: I fail to comprehend their attitude.



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Conclude

To end a speech, meeting or piece of writing

Eg: Before I conclude, I'd like to thank you all for coming.



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Confirm

To make an arrangement or meeting certain, often by telephone or writing

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Converse

The opposite

Eg: In the US, you drive on the right hand side of the road, but in Britain the converse applies.



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Define

1 )to say what the meaning of something, especially a word

2)to explain and state the meaning and exact limits of something




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