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WRITING + LISTENING - April 7th 2014


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per capita
per person
indicator
n. something that can be regarded as a sign of something else................ all the main economic ~s suggest that trade is improving
as opposed to (as), compared to (with)
in contrast to..... in comparison with/to...................a Baroque violin that ... uses gut strings ~ metal-wound ones
equator
n. an imaginary line drawm around the middle of the Earth that is exactly the same distance from the North Pole and the South Pole......... a small village near the ~
tolerate
v. to be able to accept something unpleasant or difficult, even though you do not like it...........I couldn't ~ the long hours
impose
v. if someone in authority ~s a rule, punishment, tax etc, they force people to accept it......... the court can ~ a fine
occupy
(often passive) to keep (a person) busy or engrossed; engage the attention of......... We ~ed the children with a game.
keep sb amused
keep sb entertained.......Toddlers don't need expensive toys and games to ~
as well
adv. also, besides, in addition, likewise, too
coupon
n. a small piece of printed paper that gives you the right to pay less for something or get something free..... the ~ entitles you to ten cents off your next purchase
ambulance
n. a special vehicle that is used to take people who are ill or injured to hospital..... the ~ service
upside down
adv. in or into a position in which the top of sth is where the bottom is normally found and the bottom is where the top is normally found: The canoe floated ~ on the lake.
basement
n. a room or area in a building that is under the level of the ground=>cellar
get rid of
to through st away/ to kill.......... people prefer to use chemicals to~ mosquitoes
observe
v. to see and notice something=> (~-e+a)tion......... scientists have ~ed a drop in ozone levels over the Antarctic