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Vocabulary Lesson 1 Definition Test

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Draw a line matching each vocabulary word with the correct definition.

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factor something that has an influence on something that happens or is one of the causes of it peer one that is equal to another in status predicament an unpleasant diffucult situation pressure the burden on one's emotional or mental well-being created by demands on one's time placid calm smooth or peaceful loom a machine for weaving cloth appropriate suitable or fitting for a particular purpose or person or occasion vanish to cease to be visible neglect to fail to give proper attention to; to leave undone or unattended to especially through carelessness retreat to move back or away as from something difficult dangerous or disagreeable; an act of moving away especially from something difficult or dangerous differ to have an unlike opinion; to be unlike; to not be the same ignorant the state of being unaware or uninformed immune exempt; not influenced by something; having a high degree of resistance to an illness or disease admiration a feeling of great approval and liking liter a metric unit of capacity equal to one cubic decimeter or one thousand cubic centimeters arthritis inflammation of the joints

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8 May 2015

annievanost Author Country Flag United States of America

vocabulary matching test

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