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Beginner Unit 11 [CEFR: A1]

Beginner Unit 11 [CEFR: A1]

Total: 49 words

well

adverb

in a way or manner that's good or satisfactory, skillful or proficient, complete or proper, thorough or careful

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difficult

adjective

not easy; needing effort or skill to do, make, carry out, or understand

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important

adjective

having great value, influence, significance, or effect on people or things

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spend

verb

to pay for something with money

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behind

adverb

in the place, situation, or time that is being or has been departed from

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practice

noun

when someone does something regularly in order to improve at it

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believe

verb

to think or hold an opinion

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born

verb

to start to exist

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dress

verb

to put clothes on

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end

noun

the limit, edge, or last part of something

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number

noun

a quantity or amount of people or things

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million

noun

used to denote a very large amount

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quarter

noun

one of four equal parts of something

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pretty

adverb

to a moderately high degree; fairly

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useful

adjective

helping to do or achieve something; serving some purpose

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around

preposition

in close from all sides so as to surround

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glass

noun

a hard, see-through material, used to make windows, bottles, and other objects

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half

adjective

being half or about half of anything in degree, amount, length, etc.

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bring

verb

to come to a place with somebody or something

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happen

verb

to occur, encounter, or do something, often without plans or by chance

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welcome

interjection

used as a friendly greeting to someone who has arrived somewhere

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other

adjective

further or additional; as well as the person or thing already mentioned

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pair

noun

a set of two things or a group of two people that come together or are regarded as a unit

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few

adjective

consisting of or amounting to only a small number

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about

adverb

near in time, number, degree, etc.; approximately

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another

adjective

being one more in addition to one or more of the same kind

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Black

adjective

belonging to a race of people who have dark skin; connected with Black people

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bottle

noun

the amount of liquid in a bottle container, or the container itself

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country

noun

an area outside of big towns and cities

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land

noun

an area of ground with boundaries and a particular use

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buy

verb

to bribe someone

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get

verb

to arrive somewhere or to reach a destination

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culture

noun

a country, group, etc. with its own beliefs, etc.

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extra

adjective

more than is necessary or usual

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cost

noun

the price, be it money, time, labor, trouble, etc., to acquire, produce, accomplish, or maintain something

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grow

verb

to further develop into something better or bigger

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interview

verb

to talk with someone or to question someone in order to get more information about that person

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traffic

noun

the vehicles driving along a certain road or in a particular area

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section

noun

any of the parts into which something is divided

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weather

noun

the state of the atmosphere at a particular time and place, along with the temperature and other outside conditions like rain, wind, cloudiness, etc.

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vocabulary

noun

all the words in a particular language or all the words that a person knows or uses

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situation

noun

all the circumstances and things that are happening at a particular time and in a particular place

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cent

noun

a unit of money that is equal to 1/100 of the basic unit of money in many countries (e.g. dollar, euro etc.)

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positive

adjective

good or useful; optimistic

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negative

adjective

bad, harmful, or adverse

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final

adjective

happening, forming, or coming at the end; conclusive

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correct

verb

to make right; to remove mistakes

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agree

verb

to have or to come to have the same opinions, views, emotions, understanding, etc.

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follow

verb

to go or come after; to move behind in the same direction

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