Beginner – Core 3,000 (1400+ Terms)/
Beginner Deck 35

Beginner Deck 35

Total: 20 words

thought

noun

a way of thinking that is typical of a group, time in history, etc.

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back

noun

the part of your body that is opposite to the front, from your shoulders to your legs

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excited

adjective

stirred emotionally; very eager and enthusiastic

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interest

verb

to excite the curiosity or grab the attention of

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share

verb

to have the same feelings, ideas, experiences, and responsibilities as someone else

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culture

noun

the beliefs, way of life, art, and customs that are shared and accepted by people in a particular society, group, place, or organization

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main

adjective

the most important or largest

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modern

adjective

of or relating to present or recent time

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design

noun

the way that something has been planned and made, including its appearance, how it works, etc.

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off

preposition

down or away from a place or position in either space or time

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moment

noun

a specific point in time, usually of great importance or value

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moment

noun

a short and indefinite period of time

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visit

verb

to go to see someone or something (such as a place or a website)

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period

noun

a particular length of time with a beginning and an end, such as a time in a person's life, in history, etc.

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away

adverb

to or at a distance from somebody/something in space or time

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relax

verb

to rest or do something that is enjoyable, especially after working

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have

verb

to think of, experience, undergo, or endure something

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write

verb

to communicate information or messages through letter or e-mail

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partner

noun

a person, group, team, business, organization, etc. that another is working, associated, or doing an activity with, such as in business, leisure, sports, advocacy, etc.

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skill

noun

a particular ability, that is usually learned, and done competently or especially well

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