what do our cities say about us?
Post on 14-Feb-2016
Embed Size (px)
DESCRIPTIONWhat do our cities say about us?. Q Skills Listening and Speaking Unit 8 . a greeable ( adj.) / ə ˈ ɡriːəbl / . attract (v) / əˈ trækt /. a greed ( adj ) (only used before a noun) . attraction (n) attractiveness ( n.unc ). a ttraction ( adj ) . a greement (n) . a gree (v) . - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
What do our cities say about us?
What do our cities say about us?Q Skills Listening and Speaking Unit 8 agreeable ( adj.) /ribl/
agreed (adj) (only used before a noun)
agreement (n) attract (v) / trkt/attraction (n) attractiveness (n.unc) attraction ( adj) attractively (adv)conscientious ( adj.) /kniens/ kniens/conscientiously (adv) conscientiousness ( n, unc)hand in hand ( phr) agree (v) conscience (n) innovation ( n.) /nven/innovate (v) innovative (adj.) innovator (n)mobile (adj.) /mbal/ /mobl/mobile (n.) region (n.) /ridn/regional ( adj.)regionally (adv.)satisfy (v.) /stsfa/satisfaction (n.) satisfactory (adj.) satisfied
satisfactorily (adv.) surroundings (n.) pl /srandz/tend to ( phr.) surround (v) surround (n) surrounding (adj.)
At the wedding last night I was Surrounded by deafening music.
The penguin is surroundedby baby penguins. This fire surround is quite plain.
The mother duck is tending to her ducklings.We need to tend to plants carefully.
This is the latest innovative mobile from Nokia.
Should we stay in this mobile home for our holiday?
You really need to be mobile if you live here.
They agreed that the proposal was a good one.This man is a conscientious objector he does not want to fight. People are attracted tomagnets,,
He seems to be satisfied just lyingin the sun.Tuscany is a beautiful region on the west coast of Italy.
The MMI is a recent innovation in medical science.This building won a prize for its innovative design.
Poverty and poor health usually go hand in hand.
Each person has to make a decisionaccording to their own conscience
The sharks surrounded the boat.The island is surrounded by water.
A study has found that students who use Facebook to share links or check up on friends tend to have higher GPAs than those who use Facebook to make status updates.