Level 5 Level 7
Level 6

Organizing your Time


42 words 0 ignored

Ready to learn       Ready to review

Ignore words

Check the boxes below to ignore/unignore words, then click save at the bottom. Ignored words will never appear in any learning session.

All None

Ignore?
commitment
a promise to give yourself, your money, your time, etc., to support or buy something
birthday
the day that is an exact year or number of years after a person was born
blind date
a social meeting arranged between two people who have never met before, or one of the people involved in this
meeting
an occasion when people come together
conference
a large, formal meeting at which there are groups of talks on a particular subject, or a small, private meeting for discussion of a particular matter
appointment
a formal arrangement to meet or visit someone at a particular time and place
interview
a formal meeting at which a person who is interested in getting a job or other position is asked questions to learn how well the person would be able to do it
violin
a small, wooden musical instrument with four strings that a player holds against his or her neck and plays with a bow
arrive
to come to a place, esp. after traveling
offer
to ask someone if he or she would like to have something or would like you to do something
voicemail
a telephone system that records messages from people who call, or a message on such a system
disconnect
to break a connection that carries a substance or electricity, or to break such a connection used by someone or something
connect
to join together two things, or to be joined together
wrong
not correct or not accurate
busy signal
a sound that means that the telephone you are calling is being used
homework
studying that students do at home to prepare for school
feed
to give food to a person or animal, or of an animal to eat
ride
to sit on a horse, bicycle, etc. and travel on it while controlling its movements, or to travel in a vehicle, such as a car, bus, or train
Résumé
a summary of your academic and work history
lend
to give something to someone for a short period of time, expecting it to be given back
pick me up
something, often food or drink, that gives you more energy or makes you feel better
water
supply with water, as with channels or ditches or streams
favor
approval or support of someone or something
unfavorable
having or showing a negative opinion
management
he control and organization of something, esp. a business and its employees
effectively
in a way that is successful and produces the intended results
write down
to record information on paper
overload
o put too great a load in or on something
thought
past simple and past participle of think
act
to do something for a particular purpose or in a particular way
commit
to promise to give yourself, your money, your time, etc., to support something
continuously
without a pause or interruption
improve
to (cause something to) get better
talent
a special natural ability to do something well, or people who have this ability
knowledge
awareness, understanding, or information that has been obtained by experience or study, and that is either in a person’s mind or possessed by people generally
skill
a special ability to do something
identify
to recognize or be able to name someone or something, or to prove who or what someone or something is
habit
a particular act or way of acting that you tend to do regularly
goal
the state of affairs that a plan is intended to achieve
effort
physical or mental activity needed to achieve something, or an attempt to do something
success
the achieving of desired results, or someone or something that achieves positive results
overdo
to do, use, or say something in a way that is too extreme