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FCE: Pass the Writing Exam - How do the examiners mark your answer? PLUS FREE CHECKLIST

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Intro:

Video Vocabulary

/ˈlo͝okiNG/

looking
adjective verb

having specified appearance. To appear to be when you look at them; seem.

/inˈvīdiNG/

inviting
adjective verb

offering promise of attractive or enjoyable experience. To ask someone to go somewhere or do something.

/iɡˈzak(t)lē/

exactly
adverb

No more and no less than; precisely.

/ˌəndərˈstandiNG/

understanding
adjective noun verb

Being sympathetic. When you get the meaning correctly; comprehension. To know the meaning of language, what someone says.

/ˈfälōiNG/

following
adjective noun preposition verb

Next; the one after this. body of supporters or admirers. Next; the one after this. To understand something happening or being said.

/wäCH/

watching
verb

To protect and care for someone or something.

/rəˈsēvd/

received
adjective verb

widely accepted as authoritative or true. To respond to (e.g. news) in a particular way.

/wəˈT͟Hout/

without
adverb conjunction preposition

outside. without it being case that. Not with; not having.

/ˈfo͝otˌbôl/

football
noun

Sport where 2 teams try to kick a ball in a goal.

/ˈweT͟Hər/

weather
noun verb

state of atmosphere as regards heat, cloudiness, etc.. To successfully deal with a difficult situation.

/ˈspēkiNG/

speaking
adjective noun verb

used for or engaged in speech. action of conveying information or expressing one's feelings in speech. To use words to tell information, express thoughts.

/ˈhelpfəl/

helpful
adjective

giving or ready to give help.

/ˌiɡˈzamənər/

examiners
noun other

person whose job is to inspect something. People who give tests.

/ˈnōiNG/

knowing
adjective noun verb

showing secret knowledge. state of being aware. To feel sure or be convinced about something.

/səbˈskrīb/

subscribe
verb

arrange to receive something regularly by paying in advance.