English in mind 4 lesson5 vocabulary

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English in mind 4 lesson5 vocabulary
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  1. Donation
    Most people make a donation if they want to help those in need.
  2. to join
    And they hope that if they join demonstrations, sign petitions or hand out leaflets, they'll make others aware of the terrible conditions some people face.
  3. leaflet
    And they hope that if they join demonstrations, sign petitions or hand out leaflets, they'll make others aware of the terrible conditions some people face.
  4. aware
    And they hope that if they join demonstrations, sign petitions or hand out leaflets, they'll make others aware of the terrible conditions some people face.
  5. to face
    And they hope that if they join demonstrations, sign petitions or hand out leaflets, they'll make others aware of the terrible conditions some people face.
  6. to raise money
    He decided to raise money by running 1100 miles through England. And managed to raise more than $200000:
  7. at least
    Believe it or not, it took him just 51 days. For six days out of every seven he ran at least 26 miles.
  8. for six days out of every seven
    Believe it or not, it took him just 51 days. For six days out of every seven he ran at least 26 miles.
  9. pouring rain
    He ran 43 marathons in less than two months before he finished in great style and pouring rain in London.
  10. amazingly
    And how long did he have to train for all this? Well, amazingly, only five weeks -a fact is even more amazing when you consider that he wasn't even particulary fit when he decided to put himself in for this ordeal
  11. ordeal
    And how long did he have to train for all this? Well, amazingly, only five weeks -a fact is even more amazing when you consider that he wasn't even particulary fit when he decided to put himself in for this ordeal
  12. painful
    And what and ordeal it was! The comediant admitted that his journey was pretty painful.
  13. blisters
    He had to have his feet bandaged every day but still lost several of his toenails, and he had blisters all over his feet.
  14. to achieve
    People who have no idea about running and experts alike are impressed with what he has achieved.
  15. demanding
    Covering 26 miles in a day at whatever speed for 43 runs, it's demanding. A five-hour marathon is a fairly decent pace. It's a massive achievement.
  16. to score
    An incredible 626 goals were scored at Bishops Cleeve, in a match that enters the Guinesss Book as the longest ever played.
  17. whistle
    The two sides kicked off at 6.30 pm last Friday and the final whistle was blown at 6.30 am on Sunday morning
  18. to carry on
    The match would have carried on for even longer if torrential rain hadn't made conditions too dangerous to continue.
  19. definitive
    Can people change the world for the better in 140 characters? The answer is a clear and definitive yes.
  20. to aim
    In the first even, over $250000 was raised for charity water which aims to get access to clean an safe drinking water for people in developing world.
  21. safe drinking water
    In the first even, over $250000 was raised for charity water which aims to get access to clean an safe drinking water for people in developing world.
  22. handwritten
    The book was originally produced in a limited edition of only seven copies, each handwritten and illustrated by the author.
  23. auction
    The money earned at the auction of the book was donated to The children's Voice charity compaign.
  24. selling price
    One of them was offered for auction in 2007 and was expected to sell for $50000; ultimately it as bought for ·1,95 million, making the selling price the highest achieved at auction for a modern literary manuscript.
  25. willing
    I am writing to ask if your company would be willing to consider providing sponsorship for our event.
  26. research
    As I am sure you already know, next month will see the beginning of the ¨have a heart¨campaign to raise money for heart research.
  27. winnings
  28. to provide
    I am writing to ask if your company would be willing to consider providing sponsorship for our event.
  29. banners
    It is difficult, of course, to make a request for a specific amount of money but we are hoping that your company will sponsor us for $1000 or more and will perhaps also contribute to the making of banners.
  30. yours faithfully
    • Thank you for considering our request. We look forward to hearing from you.
    • Yours faithfully,
  31. motion picture
    We suggest leaving ¨star treck, the motion picture¨for later. Many critics and fans don't like it. In 2001, the BBc even described it as a critical failure.
  32. open-minded
    I'm a member of a Star Trek club at my school. They recommend being open-minded. Read the plot of all the Star Trek films then decide what you want to watch.
  33. a few times
    you should keep an open mind....we really love ¨star Trek IV: the voyage home¨. We sggest buying it because you´ll definitely watch it a few times,

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