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Q skills for success reading and writing 4 vocabulary

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WEEK 1

Q:Skills for Success Reading and Writing 3

Unit 1 : How do You Make a Good First Impression 

Target Vocabulary: accomplishment (n), confidence (n), research (n), slang (n), standard (n), stranger (n), weakness (n), appreciate (v), consider (v), demonstrate (v), exaggerate (v), expect (v), impress (v), maintain (v), select (v) cultural (adj), offensive (adj), professional (adj), punctual (adj), responsible (adj)

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Unit 1 : Are first impressions accurate? 

Target Vocabulary: accuracy (n), assumption (n), behavior (n), effectiveness (n), encounter (n), error (n), expert (n), fake (n), instinct (n), prediction (n), sample (n), selection (n), trait (n), assume (v), select (v), conscious (adj), effective (adj), instinctive (adj), negative (adj), positive (adj), reliable (adj), suspicious (adj), briefly (adv), consciously (adv), unconsciously (adv), form an impression (phr), snap judgment (phr)

For Your Information 3 (Second Edition) – Unit 3 

Chapter 1: Musicians Who Make a Difference

Target Vocabulary: charity(n), celebrity(n), humanitarian(adj), overcome(v), commit(v), accomplish(v), dedicated(adj), vulnerable(adj), make an exception(col.)

Chapter 2: Happy Birthday to a Musical Genius

Target Vocabulary: genius(n/adj), delighted(adj), masterpiece(n), kick off(phv), praise(v), renovate(v), renovation(n), dedicated(adj), exhibition(n)

Chapter 3: The Power of Music (HW)

Target Vocabulary: essential(adj), annoying(adj), inspirational(adj), measure(v/n), length(en)(v), invade(v), irritating(adj), evoke(v)

 

 

WEEK 2

Q:Skills for Success Reading and Writing

Unit 2 : What makes food taste good 

Target Vocabulary: concept (n), cuisine (n), method (n), portion (n), practice (n), principle (n), property (n), region (n), system (n), consume (v), identify (v), influence (v), recognize (v), balanced (adj), likely (adj), sensitive (adj), typically (adv), at risk (phr), be made up of (phr) 

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Unit 2 : What is more important: taste or nutrition? 

Target Vocabulary: calories (n), diet (n), flavor (n), mood (n), texture (n), trend (n), concentrate (v), consume (v), distinguish (v), estimate (v), mix (v), swallow (v), balanced (adj), complex (adj), distinguishing (adj), spicy (adj), wise (adj), occasionally (adv), perhaps (adv), really (adv), rely on (phv), keep an eye on (coll.)

For Your Information 3 (Second Edition)– Unit 4 

Chapter 1: The Big Business of Fads

Target Vocabulary: fad(n), catch on(phv), practical(adj), invest(v), mood(n), tip(n), invention(n), manufacture(v), amazingly(adv), make a fortune(coll.)

Chapter 2: The Price of Power

Target Vocabulary: run out of(phv), flexible(adj), convert(v), obtain(v), run on(phv), renew(v), exhaust(v), solar power(coll.), power supply(coll.)

Chapter 3: Smells Sell! (HW)

Target Vocabulary: fake(adj), entice(v), fragrance(n), tricky(adj), proof(n), controversial(adj), (un)paid(adj), remind(v), confirmation(n)

 

WEEK 3

Q:Skills for Success Reading and Writing

Unit 3 : What does It Take to be Successful? 

Target Vocabulary: dedication (n), exception (n), expansion (n), image (n), logo (n), market (n), motion (n), profit (n), sign (n), stability (n), trend (n), invest (v), recover (v), sponsor (v), assured (adj), demanding (adj), dependable (adj), aggressively (adv), afraid of (coll.), due to (coll.), famous for (coll.), interested in (coll.), involved in (coll.), nervous about (coll.), sure about (coll.), upset about (coll.)

 

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Unit 3 : What can we learn from success and failure? 

Target Vocabulary: creativity(n), determination(n), downside(n), goal(n), preparation (n), status(n), achieve(v), develop(v), emphasize(v), fear(v), lack(v), measure(v), permit(v), ruin(v), frustrating(adj), realistic(adj), top(adj), give up(phv), turn down (phv), work out(phv)

For Your Information 3 (Second Edition)– Unit 5 

Chapter 1: The Early Days and Beyond

Target Vocabulary: transmit(v), trial and error(coll.), craze(n), link(v/n), regularly(adv), display(v), bring a halt to(coll.), reception(n), broadcast(v)

Chapter 2: Dora the Explorer Leads the Way (HW)

Target Vocabulary: diversity(n), animate(v), hero(ine)(n), lead the way(coll.), accompany(v), issue(n), community(n), ignore(v), incorporate(v), multimedia(adj)

Chapter 3: Reality TV

Target Vocabulary: eliminate(v), contestant(n), interfere(v), completely(adv), devoted(adj), dedicated(adj), dramatically(adv), artificially(adv), interfere (with)(v), profitable (adj)

WEEK 4

Q:Skills for Success Reading and Writing

Unit 4: How has Technology Affected your Life? 

Target Vocabulary: benefit (n), confession (n), experiment (n), fantasy (n), lifestyle (n), limitation(n), occasion(n), transaction (n), discover (v), explore (v), interact (v), regret (v), survive (v), rare (adj), realistic (adj), social (adj), virtual (adj), eventually (adv)

 

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Unit 4 : Is change good or bad? 

Target Vocabulary: crisis (n), position (n), research (n), wages (n), adapt (v), change (v), cope (v), get (v), handle (v), justify (v), struggle (v), suffer (v), support oneself (v), curious (adj), exhausted (adj), fulfilled (adj), informed (adj), permanent (adj), steady (adj), unemployed (adj), considerably (adv)

For Your Information 3 (Second Edition)– Unit 6 

Chapter 1: It’s Your Lucky Number

Target Vocabulary: skip(v), acquire(v), notion(n), superstitious(adj), (re)arrange(v), ban(v), spectrum(n), security(n)

Chapter 2: Superstitious Athletes

Target Vocabulary: pass up(v), illusion(n), stick (to)(v), ritual(n), weird(adj), concern(n), hung up on(phr), quirk(n)

Chapter 3: It’s Jinxed (HW)

Target Vocabulary: jinxed(adj), reputation(n), legend(n), misfortune(n) blame(v), eager(adj), fraud(n)

 

 

WEEK 5

Q:Skills for Success Reading and Writing

Unit 5: Why do people help each other? 

Target Vocabulary: factor (n), responsibility (n), theory (n), witness (n), apply to (v), lead (to) (v), prove (v), rely (on) (v), complex (adj), initial (adj), barely (adv), bring about (phv), call out (phv), end up (phv), figure out (phv), point out (phv), set up (phv), watch out (phv)

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Unit 5 : Are we responsible for the world we live in? 

Target Vocabulary: benefit(n), consumer(n), fine(n), impact(n), obligation(n), peak(n), profit(n), abandon(v), abuse(v), demand(v), ignore(v), influence(v), lie(v), pollute (v), risk(v), trust(v), appropriate(adj), developed(adj), fair(adj), guilty(adj), in charge of (coll.), just(adj), moral(adj), open(adj), understanding(adj), sensible(adj), wrong(adj), check up on(phv), help out(phv)

For Your Information 3 (Second Edition)– Unit 7 

Chapter 1: One Family With the Earth

Target Vocabulary: sacred(adj), conservation(n), conscious(adj), conquest(n), fancy(v), horrify (v), species (n), preservation(n)

Chapter 2: Our Endangered Wildlife

Target Vocabulary: endangered(adj), vanish(v), accelerate(v), accelerating(adj), habitat(n), consequence(n), chain reaction(coll.), approximately(adv)

Chapter 3: The Heat is On (HW)

Target Vocabulary: convince(v), convinced(adj), vital(adj), intensify(v), intensifying(adj), countless (adj), treaty(n), greenhouse effect(coll.)

WEEK 6

Q:Skills for Success Reading and Writing

Unit 6: Does advertising help or harm us? 

Target Vocabulary: broadcasting (n), consequence (n), dissatisfaction (n), donation (n), exposure (n), happiness (n), possession (n), relationship (n), entertain (v), imply (v), support (v), annoying (adj), annual (adj), colorful (adj), distrustful (adj), memorable (adj), painful (adj), recent (adj), surrounding (adj), trivial (adj), unpredictable (adj), certainly (adv), recently (adv), tune out (phv), means to an end (idiom)

Q:Skills for Success Listening and Speaking

Unit 6: How can advertisers change our behavior? 

Target Vocabulary: appeal(n), brand(n), campaign(n), circulation(n), competitor(n), evidence(n), injury(n), jingle(n), logo(n), refund(n), regulation(n), target(n), claim(v), mislead(v), monitor(v), persuade(v), withdraw(v), catchy(adj), eye-catching(adj), memorable(adj), tedious(adj), deliberately(adv), aim at(phr), relate to(phr)

For Your Information 3 (Second Edition)– Unit 8 

Chapter 1: Discovering the Secrets to a Long Life

Target Vocabulary: quest(n), foremost(adj), pioneer(n), extraordinarily(adv), hang out with(phv), toddler(n), creative(adj)

Chapter 2: What Makes a Champion

Target Vocabulary: principle(n), endurance(n), give up(phv), common sense(phr), plain(adj), regardless(adj), confidence(n)

Chapter 3: Good News for Aging Brain (HW)

Target Vocabulary: competent(adj), actually(adv), peak(n/v), come up with(phv), fatigue(n), mentally(adv)

WEEK 7

 

Q: Skills for Success Reading and Writing

Unit 7: Why do People Take Risks? 

Target Vocabulary: appetite (n), aspect (n), challenge (n), face (n), goal (n), ingredient (n), precaution (n), pursuit (n), role (n), tolerance (n), trait (n), conquer (v), consume (v), drive (v), earn (v), embrace (v), perceive (v), determined (adj), distinctive (adj), mental (adj), notable (adj), significant (adj), ultimate (adj), vivid (adj), bravely (adv)

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Unit 7: What risks are good to take? 

Target Vocabulary: audience (n), credit (n), debt (n), fund (n), income (n), modal (n), mystery (n), reputation (n), discover (v), embarrass (v), expose (v), invent (v), investigate (v), locate (v), prove (v), retire (v), threaten (v), financial (adj), previous (adj)

 

 

WEEK 8

Q:Skills for Success Reading and Writing

Unit 8: How can we make cities better places to live? 

Target Vocabulary: produce (n), recycling (n), resource (n), waste (n), compete (v), generate (v), release (v), restore (v), threaten (v), alternative (adj), efficient (adj), innovative (adj), polluted (adj), renewable (adj), traditional (adj), unique (adj), urban (adj), worn (adj), chiefly (adv), environmentally (adv), quality of life (phr)

 

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Unit 8: What do our cities say about us? 

Target Vocabulary: character (n), innovation (n), region (n), surroundings (n), value (n), attract (v), celebrate (v), provide (v), reveal (v), satisfy (v), agreeable (adj), artificial (adj), lively (adj), mobile (adj), precise (adj), bring up (phv), call for (phv), call on (phv), come over (phv), come to (phv), cry out for (phv), deal with (phv), drop off (phv), find out (phv), get over (phv), go out (phv), go over (phv), hand in (phv), look after (phv), look into (phv), look up (phv), point out (phv), put away (phv), run into (phv), sum up (phv), take off (phv), talk over (phv), turn into(phv), hand in hand (phr), recap (v)

 

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