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Friday, 15 February 2019

UNIT V: VOCABULARY



 Vocabulary:





 amusement park: an open area with swings, roundabouts, and other means of amusing children.

















 museum: a building where antique objects illustrating art, history, or science are displayed.






 art gallery: a building where painting and other works of art are shown to the public.



 teen centre: a building where teenagers (aged 13 to 19) spend their free time, doing such things as reading, playing games, singing or acting.

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 circusa travelling show, usually given in a large tent, including clever horse-riding, clowns, and acrobats.





Novels: a story long enough to fill a complete book, in which the characters and events are usually imaginary.

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Scenery: the natural features of an area, such as mountains, valleys, rivers, and forests, when you are thinking about them being attractive to look at.



Make-up: substances used especially by women to make their faces look more attractive, or used by actors to change their appearance. 


Audience: the group of people who have gathered to watch or listen to something (a play, concert, somebody speaking, etc.)


Conductor: someone who directs the performance of musicians or a piece of music.



costume: the set of clothes typical of a particular country or period of history, or suitable for a particular activity.

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playwright: a person who writes plays. (synonym: dramatist)


Compose: to produce music, poetry, or formal writing.


Voice: the sounds that are made when people speak or sing.


gala/ˈɡɑː.lə/ US /ˈɡeɪ.lə/ a special public occasion at which there is a lot of entertainment, usually in the form of different types of performances.



Screena flat surface in a cinema, on television, or as part of a computer, on which pictures or words are shown.



Podiuma raised area on which a person stands to speak to a large number of people, to conduct music, or to receive a prize in a sports competition. (synonym: rostrum)


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