adobe: house or home.

 pride: a feeling of self-respect and personal worth.

 shoreline: a boundary line between land and water.

 cliché /'kli:ʃeɪ/: idea or expression that is used so often
that it no longer has any meaning.

 Balancing Rights and Responsibilities:

 giving up your time for free: voluntary.

 something you give up to help others: sacrifice.

 an organisation that does not work for the government: NGO (Non-Governmental Organisation)

 attempting to influence public officials to take a desired action: lobbying.

 the control of what can be said, written or published: censorship.

 organisation set up to provide help or assistance to those in need: charity.

 term used to refer to a group of people sharing certain values or having certain conditions in common: community.

 the process by which business, politics and culture operate on a world scale: globalisation.

 rights and freedoms to which every human being is entitled: human rights.

 an organisation that works for improving the conditions of employment: trade union.

 obligations or matters over which a person is considered to have a legal or moral duty: responsibilities.

 claims, privileges or entitlements, normally protected by law: rights.

 a native born or someone who has been naturalised in a particular state or nation: citizen.

 Idiomatic Expressions:

 right as rain: if things are right as rain, then everything is going well for you.

 right royal: a right royal night is an extremely exciting, memorable and funny one.

r ight up my alley: if something is right up your alley, it suits you perfectly.

 right up your street: if something is right up your street, it is ideal for you.

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