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Vocabulary Lesson Love & Romance 2

English vocabulary lesson with words connected to Love & Romance. This lesson will help you define fancy someone, love at first sight, chat someone up, ask someone out, go out with, man or woman of your dreams, head over heels in love, engaged fancy someone PHRASE to suddenly start to like someone, especially sexually ‘I really fancy you. Room 101 if you feel the same.’ love at first sight PHRASE …Read More

Vocabulary Lesson Etiquette 2

English vocabulary lesson with words connected to etiquette . This lesson will help you define point, shake hands, greet, stare, yawn, slurp, burp and interrupt. point VERB to show someone something by using your finger ‘You! Don’t you know it is rude to point? shake hands PHRASE to hold someone’s hand and move it up and down to greet them ‘We agreed to shake hands, but only for a good …Read More

Vocabulary Lesson Dictators

English vocabulary lesson with words connected to dictators. This lesson will help you define fanatic, bully, tyrant, autocrat, oppressor, persecutor, dogmatist, exploiter and malevolent (A) fanatic NOUN someone who has very strong beliefs that often make someone behave in an unreasonable way ‘This attack was carried out by religious fanatics.’ (A) bully NOUN to frighten or hurt someone who is smaller or weaker than you ‘Young Adolf was a bully …Read More

Vocabulary Lesson Obsession

English vocabulary lesson with words connected to obsession. This lesson will help you define crush, adore, passionate, obsession, self-obsessed, fixation, infatuation, intoxication and besotted adore VERB to love and respect someone very much ‘I adore my human.’ (A) crush NOUN a strong but temporary feeling of liking someone, especially someone who you can’t have a relationship with ‘He had had a crush on her since they were at school.’ passionate …Read More

Vocabulary Lesson Obsession

English vocabulary lesson with words connected to cults. This lesson will help you define crush, adore, passionate, obsession, self-obsessed, fixation, infatuation, intoxication and besotted adore VERB to love and respect someone very much ‘I adore my human.’ (A) crush NOUN a strong but temporary feeling of liking someone, especially someone who you can’t have a relationship with ‘He had had a crush on her since they were at school.’ passionate …Read More

Vocabulary Lesson Language

English vocabulary lesson with words connected to language. This lesson will help you define Jargon, statement, slogan,remark, cliché, sound bite, nugget, terminology, figure of speech and adage. (–) jargon UNCOUNTABLE NOUN special words and phrases that are used by a group of people and that are difficult for others to understand ‘Normal people don’t understand legal jargon.’ (A) statement NOUN a definite and clear expression of something in speech, writing …Read More

Vocabulary Lesson Anger

English vocabulary lesson with words connected to anger. This lesson will help you define furious, rage, temper, frustration, outrage, gripe, annoyance, boiling point, tantrum, resentment, bugbear and irritation. furious ADJECTIVE very angry ‘Of course I am furious. He said 20 seconds, not 15!’ (A) rage NOUN strong violent anger ‘He called me an idiot, so I went into a rage!’ (–) temper UNCOUNTABLE NOUN someone who has a temper becomes …Read More

Vocabulary Lesson the Brain

English vocabulary lesson with words connected to the brain. This lesson will help you define brain box, grey matter, bird-brain, brainwave, brain damage, brain teaser, dementia and psychologist. (A) brain box NOUN a very intelligent person ‘Einstein was a real brain box at school.’ (–) grey matter UNCOUNTABLE NOUN an informal word for your brain ‘Stephen Hawking’s grey matter works better than most other people’s.’ (A) bird-brain NOUN a stupid …Read More

Vocabulary Lesson Travel 2

English vocabulary lesson with words connected to travel. This lesson will help you define postcard, tour, day-trip, border, scenery, connection, landmark, excursion and jet lag. (A) postcard NOUN a small card that you write on one side of and send to someone in the post. It has a picture on it and is sent from a place you are visiting ‘I promise I will send you a postcard when I …Read More

Vocabulary Lesson Cults 2

English vocabulary lesson with words connected to cults. This lesson will help you define belief, secrecy, brotherhood, doctrine, self-esteem, manipulate and God squad. (A) belief NOUN an idea that you are certain is true ‘His beliefs include ghosts and giant spaghetti monsters.’ (–) secrecy NOUN keeping something secret ‘They meet in total secrecy.’ (A) brotherhood NOUN a group of people linked by a shared interest, religion or trade ‘The brotherhood …Read More