Vocabulary Reference

Session 1

Irregular verbs with three forms:

break, broke, broken
choose, chose, chosen
ring, rang, rung
see, saw, seen
take, took, taken
write, wrote, written

Irregular verbs with two forms:

find, found, found
have, had, had
lose, lost, lost
meet, met, met
say, said, said
tell, told, told

Irregular verbs with one form:

cut, cut, cut
let, let, let
put, put, put
shut, shut, shut

Session 3

glam
(short for glamorous) very attractive and exciting

strains
damage to something that is caused by stretching or pulling it

prone to
if you are prone to something, it often happens to you

dominant
stronger or more powerful than other similar things in the same group

deformed
mis-shapen; with a shape that has not developed correctly

stirrups
the metal parts of a horse's saddle that hang down on each side of the horse and that the rider's feet rest in

stance
a particular way that a person stands

staple
a main or most important part of something

elevation
a position that is higher than normal

Session 4

charities
organisations that help people by providing food, money or things they need

clothing
clothes

charity shops
shops that sell things, often second-hand things, to make money for charities

textile
material made by people

textile banks
places where textiles are stored

retailed
sold

sorting plant
place where things are organised

garments
clothes

bales
large amounts of things tied together

shipping container
large metal box used for carrying goods on ships and lorries

overseas
abroad, across the sea

recipient
someone or something which receives something

head
go, travel