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Unit 1 - Wake up your senses

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    Revision of Unit 1 - Gold Experience - B2 First for Schools
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  • feeling or showing worry, nervousness, or unease about something with an uncertain outcome
    Anxious
  •  10
  • feeling or showing great pleasure
    Delighted
  •  10
  • having made a firm decision and being resolved not to change it
    Determined
  •  10
  • arouse a strong feeling, especially of sorrow or sympathy, in (someone)
    Moved
  •  15
  • so frightened that one is unable to move
    Petrified
  •  15
  • determined to do as one wants even if other people advise against it
    Strong-willed
  •  20
  • feeling, showing, or expressing sympathy
    Sympathetic
  •  10
  • cause (someone) to have a sudden feeling of excitement and pleasure
    Thrilled
  •  15
  • manage to communicate an idea clearly (Phrasal Verb: get)
    Get across
  •  25
  • cease making an effort; admit defeat (Phrasal Verb: give)
    Give up
  •  20
  • miss an opportunity to do or have sth (Phrasal verb: miss)
    Miss out on
  •  25
  • to make sb dislike something or not want to do something (Phrasal verb: put)
    put sb off doing sth
  •  25
  • To become popular (Phrasal verb: take)
    take off
  •  20
  • to use something to discover if it works or if you like it (Phrasal verb: try)
    try out
  •  20
  • to feel proud of something that you've done: a sense of...
    a sense of achievement
  •  15
  • to be willing to try new things, take risks, etc. : a sense of...
    a sense of adventure
  •  15
  • to be able to estimate your location or where to go without the help of navigating devices: a sense of...
    a sense of direction
  •  15
  • causing or involving great suffering, fear, or unhappiness; extremely bad or serious: horrible
    dreadful
  •  15
  • worth the time, money, or effort spent; of value or importance
    worthwhile
  •  15
  • ready, eager, or prepared to do something
    willing
  •  20
  • in an unwilling and hesitant way
    reluctantly
  •  25
  • very great in amount of emotion
    overwhelming
  •  25
  • making you very nervous or worried
    nerve-racking
  •  25
  • (of colors or surfaces) not bright; cloudy; overcast; boring; (of edge or sound) not sharp; not rapid; sluggish; slow in thinking and understanding; stupid; V.
    dull
  •  25
  • comfortable and warm
    cosy
  •  25
  • completely, perfectly, utterly, entirely
    thoroughly
  •  25