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Presentation vocabulary

Performing the presentation Introducing yourself and your talk Greeting, name, position, opening formalities Good morning, ladies and gentlemen. Good afternoon, everyone. Good morning. My name's (...). I'm the new Finance Manager. Good morning. Let me start by saying just a few words about my own background. I started out in... Welcome to Standard Electronics. I know I've met some of you, but just for the benefit of those I haven't, my name's (...). It's very nice to see you all here today. I'm very pleased to be here. I'm glad you could all make it. Thanks for inviting me. Thank you (all) for coming. TitleSubject I'd like to talk (to you) today about ... I'm going to present the recent ... explain our position on ... introduce ... brief you on ... inform you about ......

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Leisure activities, sports- vocabulary

Relaxation-lõõgastumine Yes, but.. as far as i'm concerned Dropped-langenud I see what you mean, but.. Increasing-kasvav Er.. let me put it in another way.. Facilities-hooned Why not look at it this way.. Consumer-tarbija Watch rather than take part Spare-vaba Ground-väljak Recent-hiljutine Relatively little general exercise- Provided-hankima suhteliselt väha liikumist Expanded-laiendatud Lack of exercise- liikumisvaegus Persuades-meelitama Health conditions- terviseprobleemid Charge-tasu Growing intrest- kasvav huvi Treadmills-linttrenasöör Rambling- uitamine Af...

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Vocabulary test 2 (Moods and emotions)

K. TÕLGE VÄLJENDID 1 aggressive agressiivne + 1 afraid of sth. 2 alive elav + 2 amused at/by sth. 3 angry vihane + 3 angry with sb. 4 appalling väga kohutav - 4 annoyed with sb. about sth. 5 astonished rabatud - 5 anxious about sth. 6 authentic audentne/ehtne - 6 ashamed of sb. 7 bad halb + 7 bored with sth/sb. 8 better parem + 8 brilliant at sth. 9 brave julge/vapper + 9 calm down 10 calm rahulik + 10 cheer sb. up 11 cheerful rõõmsameelne + 11 clench their fist 12 cunning kaval + 12 close to sth. 13 delicious maitsev + 13 delighted with sth. 14 delighted meelitatud - 14 dissapointed with sth/sb. 15 de...

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10B – Unit 1 vocabulary

10B ­ Unit 1 vocabulary fence ­ tara, piirdeaed fibreglass ­ klaaskiud abandon ­ hülgama, maha jätma fitted ­ kohaldatud, sisseehitatud absent from ­ puuduv, äraolev fortress ­ kindlus accuse of ­ süüdistama from scratch ­ nullist alates accustomed to ­ harjumuspärane fuel bill ­ kütte arve active ­ toimekas, aktiivne fully furnished ­ täielikult möbleeritud adventurous ­ seiklushimuline guard rail ­ käsipuu airy ­ õhurikas harsh ­ karm apologise ­ vabandama, vabandust paluma hay fever ­ heinapalavik appeal to ­ meeldima humidifier ­ õhuniisuti, niisuti appliance ­ seade, tööriist hut ­ hütt, o...

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Vocabulary of Unit 3

UNIT 3 VOCABULARY eager ­ innukas elegant ­ elegantne acre - aaker (4046 m²) elk ­ põder adventure ­ seiklus embassy ­ saatkond alike ­ sarnaselt, ühtmoodi emergency ­ erakorraline olukord, hädaseisund appreciate ­ hindama, väärtustama enthusiastic ­ entusiastlik, innukas archery ­ vibusport establish ­ asutama, rajama, sisse seadma aspect ­ aspekt, külg, ilme, välimus exceptional ­ erandlik, eriline aspiring ­ edasipüüdlik facility ­ abivahend, hõlpsus (-ies- tarbed) assign ­ määrama fair ­ õiglane (n.s.-na ­ näitus) award-winning ­ auhinnaline fall ­ kosk bargain ­ soodus ost familiar ­ tuttav, harjumuspärane, familiaarne boiling hot...

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Vocabulary of Unit 4

kl ­ VOCABULARY OF UNIT 4 acid rain ­ happevihm address ­ aadress afar ­ kaugele (nt maale) alternative ­ alternatiiv, valikuvõimalus ant ­ sipelgas armour ­ soomus, raudrüü array ­ rivi, rida ballad ­ ballaad ban ­ keelustama budget ­ eelarve can´t help ­ ei saa midagi parata can´t stand ­ ei talu car pool ­ auto ühiskasutus centipede ­ sajajalgne circumference ­ ümbermõõt clad ­ kaetud, riietatud clover ­ ristikhein coal ­ kivisüsi community ­ kogukond, ühiskond consequence ­ tagajärg conservation ­ looduskaitse crimson ­ veripunane, tulipunane daisy tree ­ karikakra puu deceive ­ tüssama, petma, eksiteele viima deforestation ­ metsa lageraie demand ­ nõudma diameter ­ diameeter drawback ­ puudus, tagasilöök drift ­ triivima, hulkuma emit ­ eraldama, kiirgama endangered species ­ ohustatud/hävimisohus liigid energy use ­ energia kasutus epic ­ eepiline, kangelaslik face ­ vastu astuma, silmitsi olema fairy land ­ muinasjutumaa filter...

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VOCABULARY EXERCISES UNIT 5 upstream advanced

Computers can be expensive to buy, but you can often get comprehensive packages containing all the equipment you need at a discount from big companies. Some companies will even install the system for you. Your system will also include various kinds of software such as word- processing and game programmes, all stored on disks. When you put the disk into the computer, the programme or information can be displayed on the screen. Many computer users go on the Internet. This is a system that links computers, making it possible to transmit information from one system to another in a different place via the telephone. This can cause problems, because addicts who use their computers all the time can overload the phone circuits meaning that other people cannot make ordinary phone calls. III Exercise 1. John wondered what the doctor wo...

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Body and exterior vocabulary autotehnik

Vocabulary with definitions Body and exterior Body components, including windows and trim: · Bonnet/hood : UK (US hood) the metal cover over the part of a car where the engine is I looked under the bonnet and clouds of smoke poured out. (KAPOTT) · Bonnet/hood latch: a type of mechanical fastener that is used to join two (or more) objects or surfaces together while allowing for the regular or eventual separation of the objects or surfaces. · Bumper: a horizontal bar along the lower front and lower back part of a motor vehicle to help protect it if there is an accident. (AMORTISAATOR/PÕRKERAUD) · Unexposed bumper ­ can´t be seen · Exposed bumper ­ can be seen · Cowl screen: (KAITSEVÕRE) · A cowling: is the covering of a vehicle's engine, most often found on automobiles and aircraft. (KAPOTT) A cowling may be used: ·...

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Theatre vocabulary I, II

mere entertainment Low-brow, middle-brow, highbrow Performing arts Visual arts THEATRE Types of theatres: · Civic theatres · Regional theatres Types of plays: · Tragedy · Comedy · Tragi-comedy · Farce · Drama · Historical drama/play · Thriller · Musical (comedy) Types of tickets: · Regular · Returns · Standing tickets · Complementary tickets · House seats · Production/performance · Audition · Repertory/repertoire · Part ­ role · lines · Rehearse · Rehearsal · dress rehearsal · Preview · First night · premiere · Matinee · Appear in a play · The main part/the leading part/the lead · Supporting part/supporting role · A bit part · A speaking part · A walking-on part · The understudy · A cameo role · To learn the part/to look the part; · a mega...

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Theatre vocabulary III

· A director ­ responsible for the artistic side of the performance; · A producer ­ responsible for financial side of the performance; · A manager ­ responsible for administrative side of the performance; · A designer (costume, stage, light/lighting) ­ someone whose job is to make plans or patterns for clothes, furniture, equipment etc. · A theatre buff ­ a person who loves the theatre and goes there a lot; · An impresario (also called an agent) ­ has to find parts to an actor/actress; · stagehand ­ a person who moves properties, regulates lighting, etc. in a theatrical production; · `bite lights' ­ small flashlight held between the teeth, leaving hands free to work; · Spotlight - (a circle of strong light which is sent from) a lamp whose beam can be directed Inside the theatre: ·...

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I Love English 3 Unit 13 vocabulary

Across Down 2. limonaad 1. lauamäng 3. kingitus 4. sõbrad 7. saabuma 5. vanemad 9. kook 6. lilled 11. külalised 8. sugulased Unscramble each of the clue words. 13. kutsed 10. lapsepõlv 12. küünal ...

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) ­ to get a point in a game Referee (n.) ­ the person who makes sure players follow the rules Competitive (adj.) ­ eager to win Draw (n.) ­ Tie; A situation where both teams have equal amount of points in the end of a game Fencing (n.) ­ Sport in which an epee, foil or saber is used for defense and attack Permission (n.) ­ Permit; Consent To permit (v.) ­ to allow Prohibition (n.) ­ ban To prohibit (v.) ­ to ban Obligation (n.) ­ duty Obligatory (adj.) ­ mandatory; compulsory To be allowed to (v.) ­ to be permitted to To be required to (v.) ­ to be obligated to; to have to Athlete (n.) ­ sports(wo)man Archery (n.) ­ sport in which arrows are shot at a target with a bow To be keen on (v.) ­ to like something To be good at (v.) ­ to be successful at Trophy (n.) ­ something material one receives for winning To ought to (v.) ­ should Inevitable (adj.) ­ unable to be avoide...

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) ­ verb (n.) ­ noun (adj.) ­ adjective (adv.) ­ adverb 1. to retire (from) (v.) - to stop working due to age 2. toddler (n.) ­ young child at the age of learning to walk, age 1-2 3. aspiration (n.) ­ strong desire to achieve something 4. exasperated (adj.) ­ extremely annoyed 5. to be fed up with (v.) ­ sick and tired of 6. rarely (adv.) ­ seldom; not often; infrequently 7. to queue (v.) ­ to stand in a line 8. to be ashamed of (v.) ­ to be embarrassed of something 9. to be depressed about (v.) ­ to feel down/sad 10. to be responsible for (v.) ­ to be in charge of something and take either credit if it succeeds or blame if it fails 11. to be famous for (v.) ­ to be known for 12. to be interested in (v.) ­ to be curious 13. to be proud of (v.) ­ to take pride in 14. to complain about (v.) ­ to whine about 15. to su...

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slap-up meal (n) ­ a fancy and expensive meal 2. carnivore (n) ­ meat eater 3. succulent (adj) - juicy 4. mouth-watering (adj) ­ tasty-looking 5. raw (adj) - uncooked 6. rare (adj) ­ barely cooked 7. well-done ­ thoroughly cooked 8. to boil (v) ­ to prepare food in boiling water 9. to stir (v) ­ to mix 10. to scramble (v) ­ to cook while stirring 11. tender (adj) ­ soft and delicate 12. utensil (n) ­ tool used for eating 13. cooker (n) - stove 14. oven (n) ­ a chamber for baking, roasting etc 15. chopping board (n) ­ cutting board 16. to forage (v) ­ to look for food in a forest 17. recipe (n) ­ a list of ingredients and instructions for a meal 18. ingredients (n) ­ something that enters as an element into a mixture 19. apron (n) ­ a garment (piece of clothing) that one can wear to cover their clothes while cooking 20. highlight (n) ­ peak, the most memora...

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global warming (n) ­ an increase in the earth's average temperature 2. flood (n) ­ overflowing of water 3. hurricane (n) ­ violent storm 4. cliff (n) ­ a high steep face of a mountain 5. ozone layer (n) ­ part of the atmosphere that limits the sun's incoming radiation levels 6. stream (n) small river 7. volcano (n) ­ a mountain 8. in danger of extinction ­ on the verge of dying out 9. earthquake (n) ­ series of vibrations induced in the earth's crust 10. drought (n) ­ a period of dry weather 11. wilderness (n) ­ an area uninhabited by people 12. scenery (n) ­ the general appearance of a place/landscape 13. peak (n) ­ the pointed top of a mountain 14. summit (n) ­ highest point of a mountain 15. existence (n) ­ presence, being, state of existing 16. implication (n) ­ assumption 17. drizzle (n) ­ light rain 18. humid (adj) ­ damp, moist 19. scattered showers (n...

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small talk (n) ­ talk about unimportant things to pass time 2. chat show (n) ­ talk show 3. to get through to sb (v) ­ reach 4. to get your point across (v) ­ to make someone understand 5. to speak up (v) ­ to speak louder 6. to speak out about sth (v) ­ to make a statement 7. to talk down to sb ­ to talk to someone like you're better than they are 8. to pick up sth (v) ­ start a topic 9. to pass on a message (v) - 10. to bring up a point - 11. to commute (v) ­ to travel regularly over some distance 12. commuter (n) ­ person who travels back and forth between something 13. virtuous (adj) ­ naturally good at something, morally excellent 14. exasperated (adj) ­ extremely annoyed 15. dismayed (adj) ­ without courage 16. deed (n) ­ something that is done 17. to boast about sth (v) ­ to brag about sth 18. to exaggerate about sth (v) ­ to magnify beyond the limits of...

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BUSINESS VOCABULARY

product catalogue - a list of different products of one company 2. product mix - a range of similar in some way products considered together 2. product range - different particular and specific products of a company 3. product lifecycle - the stages of product lifetime and amount of people who use it at each stage 4. product positioning - is how we see a product or how a company would like us to see it in relation to other products 5. product placement - hidden commercial of a product. Customer can see a product in films, music videos and so on. 6. raw materials - basic materials from which products are made or manufactured 7. finished goods - are goods(products) that have completed manufacturing process and are ready to be sold and used by the end user 8. consumer goods - goods which are produced to satisfy consumer current needs and are bought for individual use 9. consumer durables - long time lasting products, su...

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Love Medicine vocabulary

Albertine talks about Gerry, who had been thirteen years on the wagon. He was drinking tonic water with crescent of soiled lemon and Maraschino cherries. mayhem (196) ­ Infliction of violent injury on a person or thing. Albertine says she had a false view of pregnant women. She had thought that pregnant women are wearing invisible halos, not committing mayhem. a suit of mail (199) - a kind of armor, made from interlocking metal rings. It's effective against some cutting weapons. Albertine describes Dot's knitted garments which stood up like miniature suits of mail. sallow (203) ­ Of an unhealthy yellowish color. Albertine describes Dot after pregnancy. Her skin was loose, sallow, and draped like upholstery fabric over her bones. to weld (206) - To bring into close association or union. When Albertine misses Dot, the days wer...

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Unit 6 vocabulary Language leader

Unit 6 vocabulary (from textbook) Fundamental- alus-, põhi-, fundamentaalne General extended life expectancy- keskmine oodatud eluiga In terms of - As measured or indicated by, /with reference to For the better- paremaks Stem from sth - to be caused by sth Fast paced world- kiire maailm Dehumanising effects of technology- ebainimlikustavad tehnoloogia effektid Slaves to machines- orjad mesinatele Mess about with- to interfere with sb/sth Breed laziness- arendab/ suurendab laiskust Contribute to- millegile kaasa aitama/ panust andma Impetus for technological development- tõuge tehnoloogia arengu jaoks Result in- tekitama (mida?) Superseded by- ületama, asendama, välja tõrjuma Double-edged sword- kahe poolega mõõk/ kahe vaatenurgaga Bring about- to cause, to happen Designer babies- parents can "design" their babies before they are even born Ever-greater reliance- veelgi suurem toetumine/ usaldusväärtus Increase in- suurenema millegis As for...

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Teaching the Vocabulary of the Text

Principal among the reasons is the obvious one that once the extensive context is understood, it is easier to concentrate on the detail of individual words. Large-scale vocabulary building is, in general terms, therefore better done after the text has been presented. (Cranmer 1986:60) Another important reason is that it is possible at this stage to exploit the new lexis in its own right, not just as a means comprehension, If we are to bring new vocabulary into active use and not just passive understanding, it is not sufficient for us just to teach it. It should be done in a way, so that teachers should be sure that it is learnt and used. If the words are taught after the target text, then the meaning of the words will be more understandable. In this case, the `matching' is the best thing to learn new words. The defin...

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