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algebra
a part of mathematics in which signs and letters represent numbers
art
the products of human creativity; works of art collectively
biology
the scientific study of the natural processes of living things
chemistry
the basic characteristics of substances and the different ways in which they react or combine with other substances
geometry
the area of mathematics relating to the study of space and the relationships between points, lines, curves, and surfaces
history
(the study of) past events considered together, esp. events or developments of a particular period, country, or subject
music
a pattern of sounds made by instruments or by singing or by a combination of both, or the written symbols representing these sounds
physics
the scientific study of matter and energy and the effect that each has on the other
geography
the study of the features and systems of the earth’s surface, including continents, mountains, seas, weather, and plant life, and of the ways in which countries and people organize life within an area
arts
the making, showing, or performance of painting, acting, dancing, music, etc.
math
short form of mathematics (the science of numbers, forms, amounts, and their relationships)
science
the systematic study of the structure and behavior of the natural and physical world
social studies
a course for younger students that includes many of the social sciences
schedule
a list of planned activities or things to be done at or during a particular time
part-time
(of an activity or work) done for periods of time shorter than the usual hours or schedule
full-time
done for all the hours people usually work
prepare
to make or get something or someone ready for something that will happen in the future
entrance
a door, gate, etc., by which you can enter a building or place (Entrance is also the right to be admitted to a place or to an organization)
someday
at some time in the future which is not yet known or not stated
prohibition
a decree that prohibits something
obligation
something that a person feels morally or legally forced to do
go ahead
permission or notice that an activity may begin
by the way
used for introducing a statement or subject that may not be directly related to the subject being discussed
allow
to let someone do something or let something happen; permit
permit
to allow something, or make something possible
co-worker
a person working with another worker, esp. as a partner or one who helps
behavior
a particular way of acting
feeling
Your feelings are your awareness of the way you should be treated, esp. when you are treated rudely
emotion
(a) strong feeling, such as of love, anger, fear, etc.
angry
having the feeling people get when something unfair, painful, or bad happens
busy
(of a person) actively involved in doing something or having a lot of things to do, or (of a time or place) when or where a lot of things are happening
hungry
feeling the need to eat because there has been a period of time when you have not eaten
jealous
unhappy and slightly angry because you wish you had someone else’s qualities, advantages, or success
lonely
(of someone) feeling sad because you are alone, or (of something) causing this feeling
nervous
worried or slightly frightened
scared
feeling frightened
sleepy
tired and needing sleep
thirsty
needing to drink something
upset
to make someone worried, unhappy, or angry
alternative
something that is different, esp. from what is usual; a choice
curriculum
all the courses given in a school, college, etc., or a particular course of study in one subject
advantage
a condition that helps you or gives you a greater chance of success
pace
the speed at which someone or something moves, or with which something happens or changes
lead
to manage or control a group of people; to be the person who makes decisions that other people choose to follow or obey
disadvantage
something that makes a successful result less likely, esp. less likely for you than it is for others
in addition
used for saying that something else exists or is included
participate
to be or become involved in an activity
consider
to think about a particular subject or thing or about doing something or about whether to do something
pros and cons
positive and negative aspects
distance
the amount of space between two places or things
tutor
a teacher paid to work privately with one student or a small group
abroad
in or to a foreign country or countries
multi-
used to add the meaning "many"