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Perspectives Upper Intermediate Unit 7 p 82-83

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  • Q1
    /ˈdiːteɪld/ with lots of information The article included a detailed description of the artist's family background. λεπτομερής, αναλυτικός, -ή, -ό
    detailed (adj)
  • Q2
    /ɪˈmædʒɪnəri/ existing only in your imagination; not real I'm sure we all had imaginary friends as young children. φανταστικός, -ή, -ό
    imaginary (adj)
  • Q3
    /sketʃ/ a simple drawing without details The artist showed me the sketches for her new painting, σκίτσο
    sketch (n)
  • Q4
    /ˈwɜːkˌpleɪs/ a location where people work There are laws to ensure that all workplaces are safe and healthy. χώρος εργασίας
    workplace (n)
  • Q5
    /dɪˈzaɪə(r)/ to want something very much Under the hot midday sun, Julie desired nothing but a large ice cream. επιθυμώ
    desire (v)
  • Q6
    /ɪkˈstriːm/ very great; very severe I think it was extreme to punish him so strictly for lying about his exam. ακραίος, -α, -ο
    extreme (adj)
  • Q7
    /fɔːmæt/ the design, shape or plan of something The book comes two formats: a paperback and an e-book. μορφή
    format (n)
  • Q8
    /ˌrɪəˈlɪstɪkli/ in a way that shows things as they really are The artist has captured the mood of autumn realistically - you can almost smell the leaves. ρεαλιστικά
    realistically (adv)
  • Q9
    /ˈstɪmjʊleɪt/ to activate; to make somebody interested in something Ian's first visit to the art gallery stimulated his interest in painting. διεγείρω
    stimulate (v)
  • Q10
    /ˈtruːli/ really She is truly a good friend. πραγματικά
    truly (adv)
  • Q11
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  • Q12
    /bækˈtɪəriə/ a small and simple life form which is present in the air, water, earth, and living things and can can cause disease Bacteria in the air is the cause of the common cold among other diseases. βακτήρια
    bacteria (n)
  • Q13
    /ˈseɪfti/ the state of being safe from harm You should wear a helmet for safety when riding a motorbike. ασφάλεια
    safety (n)
  • Q14
    /dɪsˈpleɪs/ to cause something to move from its position The hurricane displaced the fences around the farm. μετατοπίζω
    displace (v)
  • Q15
    /ˌɪmplɪˈkeɪʃn/ the posiible knock-on effect or result of an action Moving the company offices to a new location will have implications for all staff who have to commute longer distances to work. επίπτωση
    implication (n)

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