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achieve
to succeed in doing something good, usually by working hard
encourage
to give someone confidence or hope
holiday camp
a place where people on holiday can stay and different types of entertainment are provided for them
motivation
enthusiasm for doing something
safety
how safe something is
youth club
a place where older children can go to meet other children, play sports, and do other social activities
health and safety
making sure that people are safe and healthy, for instance at work or in public places
teamwork
when a group of people work well together
tool
a piece of equipment that you use with your hands in order to help you do something
art education
the activity of painting, drawing, and making sculpture
biology
the scientific study of living things
chemistry
the scientific study of substances and the different ways in which they react or combine with other substances
design and technology
the activity or study of making plans for the way something will be made
drama
a play in a theatre or on television or radio, or plays and acting generally
English
the language that is spoken in the UK, the US, and in many other countries
for
used to show an amount of time or distance
geography
the study of the physical surface of the Earth and all regions of the world
history
the study of events in the past
ICT (information and communication technology)
abbreviation for information and communication technology: the use of computers and other electronic equipment to store and send information
maths
the study of numbers, shapes and space using reason and usually a special system of symbols and rules for organizing them
music
a pattern of sounds that is made by playing instruments or singing, or a recording of this
PE (physical eduction)
abbreviation for physical education: classes at school where children do exercise and play sport
physics
the scientific study of matter and energy and the effect that they have on each other
science
the study and knowledge of the structure and behaviour of natural things in an organized way
since
from a time in the past until a later time or until now
Spanish
the main language spoken in Spain, most Latin American countries, and some other countries
penknife
a small knife that folds into a case and is usually carried in a pocket
spear
a long weapon with a sharp point at one end used for hunting
container
an object such as a box or a bottle that is used for holding something
believe in
to feel certain that something exists
concentrate
to think very carefully about something you are doing and nothing else
ghost
the spirit of a dead person
guess
to give a answer or opinion about something without having all the facts
imagine
to have an idea of what something is like or might be like
planet
a large, round object in space that moves around the sun or another star
realise
to understand a situation, sometimes suddenly
recognise
to know someone or something because you have seen or heard him or her or experienced it before
remember
If you remember a fact or something from the past, you keep it in your mind, or bring it back into your mind.
suppose
to think that something is likely to be true
think
to use the brain to plan something, understand a situation, etc.
UFO
abbreviation for unidentified flying object: something strange that you see in the sky that could be from another part of the universe
wonder
to ask yourself questions or express a wish to know about something
away match
a game that is played at an opposing team's sports ground
carbohydrate
a substance in food such as sugar, potatoes, etc that gives your body energy
classical ballet
a type of dancing that is traditional in style or form, where carefully organized movements tell a story or express an idea
do your hair
to brush and arrange your hair so that it looks neat
exhausted
extremely tired
lecture
to give a formal talk to a group of people, often at a university
nearly midnight
just before 12 o'clock at night
performance
acting, dancing, singing, or playing music to entertain people
strengthen
to become stronger or make something become stronger
warm-up
something that you do to prepare yourself for an activity, especially gentle exercises before a physical activity
weight training
the activity of lifting heavy objects for exercise, especially to improve the strength of muscles and the appearance of the body
workshop
when a group of people meet to learn more about something by discussing it and doing practical exercises