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Art and Entertainment

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    General vocabulary and vocabulary included in Gold Experience B1+ 2nd ed. unit 9
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  • A painting, drawing, sculpture or other piece of creative, visual art.
    Artwork
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  • The technique of making inanimate objects or drawings appear to move in motion pictures or computer graphics.
    Animation
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  • An object or other creation (e.g. narrative work) from which all later copies and variations are derived.
    Original
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  • Music, TV, cinema, books, etc. that are popular and enjoyed by ordinary people, rather than experts or very educated people. Modern popular culture transmitted via the mass media and aimed particularly at younger people.
    Pop culture
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  • Unofficial and independent visual art created in public locations for public visibility.
    Street art
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  • Producing very clear, powerful, and detailed images in the mind
    Vivid
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  • The way in which the structural characteristics of a place relate to how well sound can be heard in it. Always plural
    Acoustics
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  • What can be seen behind the main things or people in a picture. Also, the conditions that existed before a particular event happened, and that help to explain why it happened
    Background
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  • The physical place where you buy tickets.
    Box office
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  • A period between two events or times. A "break"
    Interval
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  • (Of a performance) broadcast, recorded, or seen while it is happening
    Live
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  • (Of a performance) broadcast, recorded, or seen while it is happening
    Live
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  • The first night that a play, film, etc. is performed or shown
    Opening night
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  • What are these? (Groups of seats)
    Rows
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  • A piece of writing that is intended to be acted in a theatre or on radio or television
    A play
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  • What are these people doing?
    Queuing
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  • When there are no tickets left for an entertainment event
    Sold out
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  • What's this?
    A stage
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  • The place where a public event or meeting happens
    Venue
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  • Being one of the best that there are of that type in the world
    World-class
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  • When you sing, you need to know the words which is the...
    lyrics
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  • I have no idea... synonym
    I don't have a clue
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  • Never finishing, or seeming never to finish
    Endless
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  • A way of doing an activity that needs skill
    Technique
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  • A person who performs in a film, television show, stage, musical, opera or ballet production, who appears in a nonspeaking or nonsinging (silent) capacity, usually in the background (for example, in the audience)
    Extra
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  • A time when all the people involved in a play, dance, etc. practise in order to prepare for a performance
    Rehearsal
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  • The dialogue of a play; the words actors say in performance.
    Lines
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  • Having, reflecting, or being compatible with the prevailing attitudes and values of a society or group
    Mainstream
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  • What's this called?
    Stencil
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  • To become involved in an activity with other people, who probably started the activity before.
    to join in
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  • To take the first steps, as in life, one's career, etc
    to start out
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  • To produce a new idea or plan
    To think up
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  • To test or put to experimental use
    To try out
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