BKSB English diagnostics & individual learning continued ……. 🙂
News: ESOL has organised a trip to the Clothes Show at the Birmingham NEC for Tuesday 8th December 2015
Next week we will be looking at the National Careers service website – Action plan – find your career
disposable heroes of hiphoprisy, Television the drug of the nation – video clip!
intrusion noun [C or U]
UK US /ɪnˈtruː.ʒən/
C2 an occasion when someone goes into a place or situation where they are not wanted or expected to be:They complained about excessivegovernment intrusion (= unwantedinvolvement) into their legitimateactivities.His phone call was a welcome intrusion into an otherwise tedious morning.
anxiety noun (WORRY)
B2 [U] an uncomfortable feeling of nervousness or worry about something that is happening or might happen in the future:Children normally feel a lot of anxietyabout their first day at school.That explains his anxiety over his health.
flimsy adjective (THIN)
flimsy adjective (DIFFICULT TO BELIEVE)
› A flimsy argument, excuse, etc. is weak and difficult to believe:When I asked him why he was late, he gave me some flimsy excuse about having car trouble.
extent noun [S or U]
UK US /ɪkˈstent/
B2 area or length; amount:From the top of the Empire State Building, you can see the full extent ofManhattan (= the area it covers).We don’t yet know the extent of his injuries (= how bad his injuries are).