Top Notch 2A - U1

Bow

(v.) to bend the top part of your body forward in order to show respect for someone important, or as a way of thanking an audience

Polite

behaving or speaking in a way that is correct for the social situation you are in, and showing that you are careful to consider other people's needs and feelings (OPP rude)

Greeting

something you say or do when you meet someone

Topic

a subject that people talk or write about

Salary

money that you receive as payment from the organization you work for, usually paid to you every month ( Opp:wage, pay)

Consider

to think about something carefully, especially before making a choice or decision

Rude

speaking or behaving in a way that is not polite and is likely to offend or annoy people (OPP polite)

Custom

something that is done by people in a particular society because it is traditional (????)

Kiss

to touch someone with your lips as a greeting, to show them love, or as part of a sexual relationship

Hug

to put your arms around someone and hold them tightly to show love or friendship (SYN embrac)

Familiar

(Adj.) someone or something that is familiar is well-known to you and easy to recognize

Offer

to ask someone if they would like to have something, or to hold something out to them so that they can take it(??????? ????)

Handshake

the act of taking someone's right hand and shaking it, which people do when they meet or leave each other or when they have made an agreement

Exchange

to give someone something and receive the same kind of thing from them at the same time:

Small talk

polite friendly conversation about unimportant subjects

Gesture

to move your hand, arm, or head to tell someone something, or show them what you mean

Climb

(v.)to move up, down, or across something using your feet and hands, especially when this is difficult to do

Sightseeing

when you visit famous or interesting places, especially as tourists

Try

test/use (to do or use something for a short while to discover if it is suitable, successful, enjoyable etc)

Tour

(n.) a journey for pleasure, during which you visit several different towns, areas etc

Expert

(n.) someone who has a special skill or special knowledge of a subject, gained as a result of training or experience

Prepared

(Adj.) to be willing to do something, especially something difficult or something that you do not usually do

Appropriate

(Adj.) correct or suitable for a particular time, situation, or purpose(??????)

Misinterpret

(v.) to not understand the correct meaning of something that someone says or does

Introduction

(when meeting somebody [countable]) the act of formally telling two people each other's names when they first meet

Get off

(phrasal verb) leave to leave a place, or to help someone to leave a place:

Instead of somebody /something

used to say what is not used, does not happen etc, when something else is used, happens etc

Worthless

(Adj.) something that is worthless has no value, importance, or use OPP valuable

Offend

(v.) to make someone angry or upset by doing or saying something that they think is rude, unkind etc (insult)

Fascinating

(Adj.) extremely interesting

Thrilling

(Adj.)making you feel happy, excited, and full of energy

Frightening

(Adj.) making you feel afraid or nervous SYN scary

Disgusting

(Adj.) extremely unpleasant and making you feel sick SYN revolting