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to breathe down someone's neck
to stay close to someone, watching everything that they do
to calm down
to stop feeling upset, angry, or excited
cellar
a room under the ground floor of a building, usually used for storage
chatter
conversation about things that are not important
close to nature
in a situation in which you experience and enjoy nature
customary
traditional
to drop in
to visit a person or a place, often for a short time
to fetch
to be sold for a particular amount of money
to gibber
to speak quickly in a way that is hard to understand, especially when you are frightened or confused
handrail
a long narrow bar of wood or metal which people can hold on to for support, especially when going up or down stairs
haunted
describes a place where ghosts appear
hi-tech
using the most advanced and developed machines and methods
to holler
(informal) to shout loudly
invasion
when an army or country uses force to enter and take control of another country
jumbled
mixed in an untidy and confused way
to make up
to form a particular thing, amount, or number as a whole
oak
a large tree that is common especially in northern countries, or the hard wood of this tree
pale
describes someone's face or skin when it has less colour than usual, for example when they are ill or frightened
to pop in
(informal) to go to a place, often for a short time
to regard
to consider or have an opinion about something or someone
to renew
to increase the life of or replace something old
shutter
a wooden cover on the outside of a window which prevents light from coming into a room
steep
(informal) (of a price) higher than is reasonable
storey
a level of a building
supernatural phenomena
things that cannot be explained by our knowledge of science or nature
to tell off
to speak angrily to someone because they have done something wrong
ups and downs
the mixture of good and bad things that happen to people
warehouse
a large building for storing things before they are sold, used, or sent out to shops
well
a deep hole in the ground from which you can get water