New Cutting Edge Intermediate modules 11 and 12 vocabulary definitions game

Useful language

It’s (more or less) the opposite of…

An example sentence could be…

It’s used to describe…

It’s a noun/ verb/ adjective/ adverb

It has two meanings. In… it means…

It’s another way to say…

 

abandon

 

ankle

 

anxious

 

applause

 

ban

 

blizzard

 

capital punishment

 

collision

 

compensation

compulsory

 

concerned

congratulate

 

dice

do badly

 

do overtime

do your best

 

even number

expert advice

 

extreme weather

fascinated

 

fault

greedy

helpline

 

ignore

 

lack

loaf

 

lonely/ loneliness

make a decision

make up your mind

military service

 

nanny

not have a care in the world

odd number

overweight

 

PE

physical hardship

 

regret

resign

retrain

 

row/ rower

 

ruin

sailor

 

slip

smack

 

smart

sort out

 

steal

sue

 

sleepless nights

sympathetic

take a risk

talk it over

 

terminal

 

think straight

 

think things over

think up

tiny

trip

 

trouble-free

twist

 

yacht

a good excuse

 

rob

 

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PDF version for easy saving and printing: Cutting Edge Intermediate Modules 11 and 12 vocabulary definitions game

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