Level 1 Level 3
Level 2

Week 2 - Lifestyle


66 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?
achievement
the action of completing something
ambition
the desire to succeed and achieve one's goals
behaviour
the way you behave or act
boredom
a feeling of being bored by something
courage
a quality of a person where they can do something difficult or frightening without showing their fear
criticism
a serious and detailed judgement of a piece of work
depression
sad feelings of unhappiness and self-doubt
evidence
the information you use to justify your beliefs or arguments
excitement
a feeling of enthusiasm and interest
friendship
the relationship between friends
innovation
a new idea, device, or method
knowledge
information, knowledge or understanding you get from experience or education
loneliness
sad from being apart from other people
movement
the act or process of moving people from one place to another
pride
self-respect, knowing you deserve to be respected
satisfaction
a happy or pleased feeling because of something you did or something that happened to you
talent
a special skill or ability that you can do better than most people
variety
the quality or state of having or including many different things
academic
of or relating to schools or education
artistic
relating to art or artists
considerable
large in size, amount or quantity
determined
not alllowing anything to stop you achieveing your goals
effective
producing the desired result
efficient
capable of producing desired results without wasting time, materials or energy
inefficient
producing desired results but in a slow wasteful way
enthusiastic
feeling or showing strong excitement for something
unenthusiastic
showing or feeling no excitement for something
experienced
having skill or knowledge from doing something
inexperienced
not having the skills or knowledge required to do something
honest
truthful
dishonest
saying or likely to say something
hopeless
having or feeling no hope
imaginative
having or showing an ability to think of new and interesting ideas
unimaginative
having no ability to show or think of new and exciting ideas
impressive
deserving attention, admiration or respect
legal
of or relating to the law; allowed by law; based on the law
illegal
against the law
loyal
having or showing consistent support for someone or something
disloyal
failing to support or be true to someone or something
talented
having or showing talent
objective
based on facts rather than feelings or opinions
subjective
based on opinions and feelings rather than facts
optimistic
having or showing hope for the future
pessimistic
having or showing a lack of hope about the future
outstanding
extremely good or excellent
penniless
having no money
persistent
having or showing an ability to keep doing something even though it's difficult or other people want you to stop
pleasant
someone or something that causes a feeling of pleasure or happiness
postgraduate
of or relating to studies done after obtaining a Bachelor's Degree
popular
liked or enjoyed by many people
unpopular
not liked or enjoyed by many people
possible
able to be done
impossible
not able to done
powerful
having or showing power, either physically or mentally
professional
relating to a job that requires special eductaion, experience or training
successful
having the correct or desired result
wealthy
having a lot of money
award
to give (a reward or prize) to someone or something
deserve
used to say that someone or something should have or be given to someone or something. E.g. she deserved to win
encourage
to make someone more determined, hopeful, or confident
ensure
to make certain something will happen
gain
to get something (wanted or valued_
obtain (a qualification)
to gain an award from an educational institution for knowledge or skills demonstrated
persuade
to convince someone to do something
recognise
to identify something or someone you've seen before
solve (a problem)
to fix a problem