Posted by: crisdiaz24 | October 30, 2010

Vocabulary reading page 12 NEW ENGLISH FILE ADVANCED

Vocabulary reading page 12

 

– RECORDED HISTORY: written history.

WIDELY SPOKEN: spoken in a lot of different places.

– THE KEY TO STHG.

– TO CONDUCT: to organize and perform a particular activity.

– TO CONDUCT THEIR BUSINESS.

– TO OUTNUMBER: to be greater in number than someone or something.

– ENCOUNTER: a meeting, especially one that happens by chance.

– TO RUN SMOOTHLY: to operate easily and without interruption or difficulty.

– TO BE POOR AT: to be bad at sthg.

– TO ENSURE: to make sure.

– TO CONDUCT A CONFERENCE.

– TO INSIST ON

JOURNAL: a serious magazine or newspaper which is published regularly, usually about a specialist subject.

– TO BOTHER: to make the effort to do something.

– EMERGENCE: the process of appearing.

THUS: In this way; with this result.

 


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