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Unit 1 - The True You

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  • enjoyable or useful despite the fact that you have to make an effort (phr) __ worth ___
    be worth it
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  • give support, confidence, or hope to (someone) en_______
    encourage
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  • start enjoying something, or to become enthusiastic about it (phr v) get
    get into
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  • to stop trying to improve the condition of (someone) (phr v) give
    give up on
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  • to delay or move an activity to a later time (phr v) put
    puf off
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  • To take satisfaction in, be proud of, or highly value something (phr) ___ pride ___
    take pride in
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  • an organization set up to provide help and raise money for those in need (n)
    charity
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  • give one's services or resources to make it easier for someone to do something (phr v) help
    help out
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  • the state of being extremely poor (n)
    poverty
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  • to collect, to gather, to get or to put together money (phr)
    raise money
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  • characteristic of, influenced by, or representing a current popular style (adj) fashion
    fashionable
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  • worth remembering or easily remembered, especially because of being special or unusual (adj) memory
    memorable
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  • right or appropriate for a particular person, purpose, or situation (adj) suit
    suitable
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  • able to be understood (adj)
    understandable
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  • attractive in a pretty or endearing way (adj)
    cute
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  • used to express certainty (v)
    bet
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  • meet or find someone or something by chance (phr v) come
    come across
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  • ailing to fulfil someone's hopes or expectations (adj) dis
    disappointing
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  • causing embarrassment (adj)
    embarrassing
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  • to a moderately high degree; fairly (adv)
    pretty
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  • remain asleep or in bed later than usual in the morning (phr v)
    sleep in
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  • cause or allow (liquid) to flow over the edge of its container, especially unintentionally (v)
    spill
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  • have the intention of achieving (v) goal
    aim
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  • mean that you need it or would benefit from it (phr) could
    could do with
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