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A family affair


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aggressive
angry and violent towards another person
bad-tempered
describes a person who becomes angry and annoyed easily
to bring up
to care for a child until it is an adult, often giving them particular beliefs
business centre
a city or town or part of a city or town in which there is a lot of business and financial activity
compromise
when you agree to something which is not exactly what you want
concerned
worried
counter-argument
an argument against another argument, idea or suggestion
critical
saying that someone or something is bad or wrong
desperate
needing or wanting something very much
enthusiastic
feeling energetic interest in a particular subject or activity and an eagerness to be involved in it
hard-working
doing a job seriously and with a lot of effort
impatient
describes a person who gets angry with people who make mistakes, or a person who hates waiting for things
impolite
rude
impressive
describes something that you admire and respect, usually because it is special, important, or very large
industrial
connected with industry
intentionally
in a way that is planned or intended
mature
behaving well, like an adult
organised
describes a person who is able to plan things carefully and keep things tidy
to prioritise
to decide which of a group of things are the most important so that you can deal with them first
reasonable
fair and showing good judgment
residential
describes and area which only has houses and not offices or factories
to respect
to be polite to someone and show that you admire them
responsible
having good judgment and the ability to act correctly and make decisions on your own
self-confident
feeling sure about yourself and your abilities
sensitive
able to understand what people are feeling and behave in a way that does not upset them
to survey
to ask people questions in order to find out about their opinions or behaviour
understanding
showing sympathy for someone's problems or acceptance of the way they behave
unreliable
not able to be trusted or depended on
to urge
to strongly advise someone to do something