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Many people find it difficult to be self-confident in their speaking test. Some think it’s too stressful and their mind goes blank as soon as they go into the room. One of the best exercises is to practice words and phrases related to one category and one theme. If you know different words in the most common categories, you won’t feel anxious and you’d be able to get a very good score.
In this post we are going to cover one of the most important subjects. Let’s start:
To raise : ( To bring to maturity )
To get on well with somebody : (To have a good relationship with somebody)
To close ranks : ( To unite in a concerted stand especially to meet a challenge)
In your blood : ( an innate or hereditary principle)
To follow in somebody’s footsteps : ( To do the same thing as someone else, esp in your family, did)
To show somebody the ropes : ( To show someone how to do a job or activity ) :
Take after someone : (To resemble in features or character)
Look like someone : ( To resemble in appearance )
Red-letter day : ( A special, happy and important day )
Overprotective : (To be too worried about someone and try hard to keep them from being harmed )
Quality time : ( Time spent well with people you love ) :
Strict : (demanding that people obey rules or behave in a certain way )
Foster Family: ( A family you stay with for a short period of time )
Juvenile Delinquency: ( A violation of law committed by a very young person and not punished by death or life imprisonment ) :
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