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


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Demonstrate

To show; to make clear

Eg: These problems demonstrate the importance of strategic planning.



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Distinguish

To notice or understand the difference between two things, or to make one person or thing seem different from another

Eg: I sometimes have difficulty distinguishing Spanish from Portuguese.



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Emerge

1. To appear by coming out of something or out from behind something

2. To come to the end of a difficult period or experience



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Evolve

To develop gradually, or to cause something or someone to develop gradually

Eg: Humans evolved from apes.



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Explain

To make something clear or easy to understand by describing or giving information about it

Eg: If there's anything you don't understand, i'll be happy to explain.



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Express

To show a feeling, opinion or fact

Eg: Her eyes expressed deep sadness.



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Illustrate

To show the meaning or truth of something more clearly, especially by giving examples

Eg: The lecturer illustrated his point with a diagram on the blackboard.



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Imply

To communicate an idea or feeling without saying it directly

Eg: Are you implying (that) I'm fat?



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Indicate

To show, point or make clear in another way

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Pronounce

To say a word or a letter in a particular way

Eg: How do you pronounce your surname?



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Translate

To change words into a different language

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Suggest

To mention an idea, possible plan or action for other people to consider

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Stutter

To speak or say something, especially the first part of a word, with difficulty

Eg: She stutters a bit, so let her finish what she's saying.



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State

A condition or way of being that exists at a particular time

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Signify

To be a sign of something

Eg: Nobody really knows what the marks on the ancient stones signify.



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Refer




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Recall

To bring the memory of a past event into your mind, and often to give a description of what you remember

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Needless to say




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You can say that again




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To say the least




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Accommodation

A place to live, work, stay, etc. In

Eg: There's a shortage of cheap accommodation (= places to live).



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Community

The people living in one particular area or people who are considered as a unit because of their common interests, social group or nationality

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Countryside

Land not in towns, cities or industrial areas, which is either used for farming or left in its natural condition

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Destination

The place where someone is going or where something is being sent or taken

Eg: We arrived at our destination tired and hungry.



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Trend

A general development or change in a situation or in the way that people are behaving

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Travel

To make a journey, usually over a long distance

Eg: He travelled over 100 miles to be at the wedding.



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Transport

When people or goods are moved from one place to another

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Tourist

Someone who visits a place for pleasure and interest, usually while they are on holiday

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Peak

The highest, strongest or best point, value or level of skill

Eg: We saw a victory by an athlete at the very peak of her fitness and career.



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Luggage

The bags, cases, etc. Which contain your possessions and that you take with you when you are travelling

Eg: Never leave your luggage unattended.



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Landscape

A large area of countryside, especially in relation to its appearance

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Journey

The act of travelling from one place to another, especially in a vehicle

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Itinerary

A detailed plan or route of a journey

Eg: The tour operator will arrange transport and plan your itinerary.



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Inhabitant

A person or animal that lives in a particular place

Eg: a city of 5 million inhabitants



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Identification

When you recognize and can name someone or something

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Facilities

A place, especially including buildings, where a particular activity happens

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Effect

The result of a particular influence

Eg: The radiation leak has had a disastrous effect



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Eco-tourism




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Trip

A journey in which you go somewhere, usually for a short time, and come back again

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Village

A group of houses and other buildings, such as a church, a school and some shops, which is smaller than a town, usually in the countryside

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Adventurous

Willing to try new or difficult things, or exciting and often dangerous

Eg: I'm trying to be more adventurous with my cooking.



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Budget

A plan to show how much money a person or organization will earn and how much they will need or be able to spend

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Breathtaking

Extremely exciting, beautiful or surprising

Eg: The view from the top of the mountain is breathtaking.



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Coastal

Situated on, or relating to the coast

Eg: a coastal town



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Cosmopolitan

Containing or having experience of people and things from many different parts of the world

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Diverse

Varied or different

Eg: New York is a very culturally diverse city



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Flexible

Able to change or be changed easily according to the situation

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Foreign

Belonging or connected to a country which is not your own

Eg: Spain was the first foreign country she had visited



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Local

From, existing in, serving, or responsible for a small area, especially of a country

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Luxurious

1. Very comfortable and expensive

2. Giving great pleasure



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Mountainous

1. Having a lot of mountains

2. Very big



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Peaceful

Without violence

Eg: She hoped the different ethnic groups in the area could live together in peaceful co-existence.



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Picturesque

(especially of a place) attractive in appearance, especially in an old-fashioned way

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Polluted

To make an area or substance, usually air, water or earth, dirty or harmful to people, animals and plants, especially by adding harmful chemicals

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Quaint

Attractive because of being unusual and especially old-fashioned

Eg: a quaint old cottage



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Remote

Far away in distance, time or relation

Eg: It happened in the remote past, so no one worries about it any more.



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Rough

Not even or smooth, often because of being in bad condition

Eg: It was a rough mountain road, full of stones and huge holes.



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Rural

In, of or like the countryside

Eg: The area is still very rural and undeveloped.



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Scenic

Having or allowing you to see beautiful natural features

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Stunning

Extremely beautiful or attractive

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Tough

Strong; not easily broken or made weaker or defeated

Eg: These toys are made from tough plastic.



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Traditional

Following or belonging to the customs or ways of behaving that have continued in a group of people or society for a long time without changing

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Unspoilt

An unspoiled place is beautiful because it has not been changed or damaged by people

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Urban

Of or in a city or town

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Affect

To have an influence on someone or something, or to cause them to change

Eg: Both buildings were badly affected by the fire.



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Fluctuate

To change, especially continuously and between one level or thing and another

Eg: Vegetable prices fluctuate according to the season.



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Age

The period of time someone has been alive or something has existed

Eg: Do you know the age of that building?



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Archeologist

The study of the buildings, graves, tools and other objects which belonged to people who lived in the past, in order to learn about their culture and society

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Century

A period of 100 years

Eg: The city centre has scarcely changed in over a century.



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Decade

A period of ten years, especially a period such as 1860 to 1869, or 1990 to 1999

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Era

A period of time of which particular events or stages of development are typical

Eg: The fall of the Berlin wall marked the end of an era.



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Evidence

One or more reasons for believing that something is or is not true

Eg: The police have found no evidence of a terrorist link with the murder.



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Excavation

Excavation on the site is likely to continue for several years.

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Generation

All the people of about the same age within a society or within a particular family

Eg: The younger generation smoke less than their parents did.



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Millenial

A period of 1000 years ends

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Period

A length of time

Eg: Her work means that she spends long periods away from home.



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Knowledge

Understanding of or information about a subject which a person gets by experience or study, and which is either in a person's mind or known by people generally

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Skill

An ability to do an activity or job well, especially because you have practised it

Eg: I have no skill at sewing.



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Phase

Any stage in a series of events or in a process of development

Eg: We're entering a new phase in international relations.



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Pioneer

A person who is one of the first people to do something

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Timeline

1. A line that shows the time and the order in which events have happened

2. A plan which shows how long something will take or when things will happen



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Ancient

Of or from a long time ago, having lasted for a very long time

Eg: the ancient kingdoms of Mexico



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Chronological

The order in which a series of events happened, or a list or explanation of these events in the order in which they happened

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Consecutive

Describes events, numbers, etc. That follow one after another without an interruption

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Historical

Connected with the study or representation of things from the past

Eg: Many important historical documents were destroyed when the library was bombed.



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Imminent

Coming or likely to happen very soon

Eg: A strike is imminent.



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Middle-aged





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