VIP Class Notes (Nemo)
Today we focused on:
front door (n): the main entrance to a building, especially a house, usually facing the road
E.g.: Do you lock the front door at night?
laundry (n): the dirty clothes and sheets that need to be, are being, or have been washed
E.g.: I’ve got to do (= wash) my laundry.
facilities [ plural ]
the buildings, equipment, and services provided for a particular purpose
E.g.: shopping facilities
E.g.: medical facilities
E.g.: sports facilities
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reception (n): the place in a hotel or office building where people go when they first arrive
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E.g.: Ask for me at reception.
E.g.: I signed in at the reception desk.
receptionist (n): a person who works in a place such as a hotel, office, or hospital, who welcomes and helps visitors and answers the phone
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blanket (n): a flat cover made of wool or similar warm material, usually used on a bed
E.g.: an electric blanket
E.g.: She shivered, and gathered the blanket around her.
E.g.: She wrapped the baby in a blanket.
extra (adv): added to what is normal
E.g.: If you need any extra help, just call me.
E.g.: Recently he’s been working an extra two hours a day.
E.g.: Could I have an extra blanket?
hoodie (n): a sweatshirt (= cotton clothing for the upper body) that has a hood to cover the head
craving (n): a strong feeling of wanting something
E.g.: I have a craving for chocolate.
crave (v): to have a very strong feeling of wanting something
E.g.: Many young children crave attention.
ketchup (n): a thick, cold, red sauce made from tomatoes
E.g.: Do you want some ketchup with your burger?
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You can prepare many dishes with ketchup
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a piece of paper that shows that goods or services have been paid for
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the state of being clean or the habit of keeping things clean
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shot (n): a small amount of an alcoholic drink
E.g.: a shot of whisky
tipsy (adj): slightly drunk
E.g.: Auntie Pat is getting a little tipsy again.
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