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Summit 2_Unit 5_It's all in your mind

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Superstition (n): belief that is not based on human reason or scientific knowledge

Superstitious (adj): believing in something that is not based on human reason or scientific knowledge

Selfish (adj): only thinking of one's own advantage

Doom (v): to make someone experience something unpleasant

Spouse (n): a person's husband or wife

A clap of thunder: a sudden loud noise that comes from the sky especially during a storm

The unconscious (n): the part of your mind that contains feelings and thoughts that you do not know about

As usual: most of the time, as is the custom

Harm (v & n): to hurt someone or damage something

Lucky charm: amulet, talisman. a trinket or piece of jewellery usually hung about the neck and thought to be a magical protection against evil or disease.

Accidentally (adv): without intending to, or without being intended

Spill (v): to flow, move, fall or spread over

feng shui: an ancient Chinese belief that the way your house is built and the way that you arrange objects affects your success, health, and happiness

A loaf of bread: entire unit of bread, completely baked piece of bread

A grain of salt: to view something with scepticism (mental rejection)

Ritual (n): a set of fixed actions and words performed regularly, especially as part of a ceremony; rite

Misfortune: bad luck

Eternity (n): time which never ends or which has no limits

Look forward to: wait for with pleasure, wait eagerly for

Long-lasting relationship: a relationship that continues for a long period of time

Companionship (n): friendly relationship

Interpret a dream (v): explain a dream

Shocked/shocking (adj): Struck with fear, dread, or consternation

Depressed/depressing (adj): unhappy; sorrowful; down; low-spirited; gloomy

Confused/confusing (adj): bewildered; baffled;

Startled/startling (adj): Excited by sudden surprise and making a quick involuntary movement; jumped

Enlightened/enlightening (adj): having or showing a rational, modern, and well-informed outlook; educated

Embarrassed/embarrassing (adj): uneasy; uncomfortable

Disturbed/disturbing (adj): Emotionally unstable and having difficulty coping with personal relationships

Figure out: find the solution to (a problem or question) or understand the meaning of

Suspicious (adj) feeling lack of trust or doubt in someone or something

Cynic (n): a person who believes that people are only interested in themselves and are not sincere; faultfinder

cynical(a)=skeptical=suspicious

Fake (v): to pretend that you have a feeling or illness

Proposal (n): a suggestion, sometimes a written one

Soulmate (n): person with whom one shares deep affection and understanding

Make one's blood run cold: to make someone feel extremely shocked or frightened; horrify someone

Dread (n): strong feeling of fear or worry

Irrational (adj): not using reason or clear thinking

Anxiety (n): a condition characterized by feelings of fear and worry

Keep in mind that: remember that

Make up one's mind: to decide, make a decision

Change one's mind: change one's opinion

Keep something in mind: pay attention to something, remember something

Put something out of one's mind: try not to let something worry or bother you

Be all in one's mind: not real, imaginary

Be out of one's mind: extremely stupid or mentally ill

Superstitious (adj) believing in sth that is not based on human reason or scientific knowledge

Ridiculous (adj) stupid or unreasonable and deserving to be laughed at

Phobia (n) an extreme fear of a particular thing or situation, especially one that cannot be reasonably explained

Out of one's mind extremely stupid or mentally ill

Spin (v): Revolve quickly and repeatedly around one's own axis

Itchy (a): being affect with an itch

Itch (n): Scrape the skin with the fingers as if to relieve insect bite

Doomed day: terrible day

Spouse (n): A person's partner in marriage

Weirdo (n): Someone unpleasantly strange or eccentric

Weird: strange; strikingly odd or unusual

Take sth seriously: to treat sth as being very important and deserving attention or respect

In case: If there happens to be need

Substance: material; the real physical matter of which a person or thing consists

Grain: A relatively small granular particle of a substance (a grain of sand"; "a grain of sugar)

Hatred: strong dislike

Infertile: Incapable of reproducing; sterile

Sewing machine: A textile machine used as a home appliance for sewing

A swindle: A fraudulent business strategy

Evaluate Estimate or determine the nature, value, quality, ability, extent, or significance of sth.

Miracle: A marvellous event showing a supernatural act of a divine (godly) agent

Melt (v): Reduce or cause to be reduced from a solid to a liquid state, usually by heating

Fall asleep: Change from a waking to a sleeping state; dope off; doze off

Fussy (a) Annoyed and irritable

Portable: Easily or conveniently (handily) transported

Stroller: 1- Someone who walks at a leisurely pace; 2- baby carriage

Rational (a): Consistent (in agreement) with or based on or using reason

Pumpkin: A term of endearment (kindness) for someone small and cute; large pulpy deep-yellow round fruit anxious: nervous; uneasy; unquiet

Anxiety (n): anxiousness

Overwhelm: Become filled with uncontrollable emotion or sensory input

Heartbeat: pulse; beat; pulsation

Exaggerate (v) to enlarge beyond bounds or the truth; overstate; magnify

Exaggeration (n):  The act of making something more noticeable than usual

Enormous (a)=giant; tremendous; huge

Take over=buy out=in charge of

Make up one's mind: make a decision; decide.

Keep sth in mind: remember some information or advice and consider it at some time in the future

Put sth out of one's mindto force yourself not to think about something

Be all in one's mind: it means that one has imagined the problem and  it does not really exist

Be out of one's mind: Insane, crazy ; unable to behave or deal with things normally 


 
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