F2F Class Notes 3rd March (Raph)[1]


Productive (adj): 1- having positive results or doing many things in a certain amount of time.
E.g.: We had a very productive meeting.

Decision (n): 1- a choice that you make about something after thinking about several possibilities.
E.g.: She has had to make some very difficult decisions.

Decide (v): 1- to choose something, especially after thinking carefully about several possibilities.
E.g.: They have to decide by next Friday.

Course (n): 1- a set of classes or a plan of study on a particular subject, usually leading to an exam or qualification.
E.g.: I’d like to take a writing course when I retire.

Convenient (n): 1- suitable for your purposes and needs and causing the least difficulty:
E.g.: I like to live in Jing’an, because it’s a very convenient area.

Residential (n): 1- A residential road, area, etc. has only private houses, not offices and factories.
E.g.: Rents in residential areas are lower than in the business district.

French Concession (n): 1- 上海法租界


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How to do make up to yourself – How to do your own make up.