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 Society, 26.

a vision of the good ~


 class,
 care, 27. affluent
 differ,
 person,
28. the consumerist values of the affluent ~
 position, 29. consumer , consumerist
 work (n. and v.),
 job, 30. disposable ( esp. AmE ) , throwaway (
 profession,
 career,
esp. BrE )
 culture 31. Our disposable ~ must be encouraged to
 equality,
 to employ, recycle.
 discriminate 32. permissive
33. diverse , multicultural , multiracial ,
pluralistic
34. the celebration of a culturally diverse ~
Society
35. divided , stratified
36. Years of high unemployment have left ~
1. the totality of social relationships among
deeply divided.
organized groups of human beings or 37. civil
animals 38. the relationship between the state and
civil ~
2. a system of human organizations 39. secular
generating distinctive cultural patterns and 40. human
institutions and usually providing 41. a theory on the basis of human ~
protection, security, continuity, and a 42. class
national identity for its members 43. classless
44. tribal
3. such a system with reference to its mode 45. matriarchal , patriarchal
46. male - dominated
of social and economic organization or its 47. bourgeois
dominant class: middle-class sočiety 48. high
49. She was marrying into Rio's high ~.
4. an organized group of people associated 50. capitalist , democratic , feudal , political
for some specific purpose or on account of , socialist , etc.
some common interest: a learned sočiety 51. industrial , post-industrial , pre -
industrial
5. Oxford Collocations Dictionary for 52. governments in the advanced industrial
Students of English, 2nd edition societies
6. society noun 53. agricultural , information , scientific ,
7. 1 people who have shared customs technological
and laws 54. the global information ~
8. ADJECTIVE 55. Islamic , Muslim , Western , etc.
9. larger , wider 56. rural , urban , village ( BrE )
10. the position of women within the family 57. global
and the wider ~ 58. decent , polite
11. entire , whole 59. Such language would not be used in polite
12. An entire ~ has been corrupted. ~.
13. contemporary , modern 60. VERB + SOCIETY
14. traditional 61. build , create
15. mainstream 62. the struggle to build a just ~
16. a place for people excluded from 63. change , shape , transform
mainstream ~ 64. become
17. new 65. the path to becoming a secular ~
18. He wanted to create a new ~. 66. permeate , pervade
19. advanced 67. the greed that pervades modern ~
20. the role of women in an advanced 68. dominate
industrial ~ 69. fit into
21. primitive 70. Prisoners often have problems fitting into
22. complex ~ on their release.
23. egalitarian , free , just , liberal , open 71. live in
24. closed 72. We live in a ~ dominated by men.
25. civilized , good , humane 73. polarize
74. SOCIETY + VERB 117.a member of an amateur dramatic ~
75. be based on sth 118. medical , professional , scientific ,
76. a ~ based on social justice etc.
77. become 119.He is a member of numerous professional
78. US ~ is becoming more unequal. societies.
79. PREPOSITION 120.local
80. in (a) ~ , within (a) ~ 121.a local historical ~
81. the role of television in modern Western ~ 122.secret
82. PHRASES 123. VERB + SOCIETY
83. a cross - section of ~ 124.belong to
84. The clinic deals with a wide cross-section 125.She belongs to the historical ~.
of ~. 126. become a member of , join
85. the fabric of ~ 127. create , establish , form , found ,
86. The civil war tore apart the fabric of ~. set up , start
87. the higher echelons of ~ , the top 128. PREPOSITION
echelons of ~ 129. in a/the ~
88. Officers were drawn largely from the top 130.She was active in the Society for Women's
echelons of ~. Suffrage.
89. a level of ~ , a rank of ~ , a stratum of ~ 131. ~ for
90. Child cruelty exists at all levels of ~. 132.a ~ for the prevention of cruelty to
91. a member of ~ animals
92. welfare reforms to protect the most 133. ~ of
vulnerable members of ~ 134.the Society of Motor Manufacturers and
93. an outcast from ~ , an outcast of ~ Traders
94. She devoted herself to helping the outcasts 135.© Oxford University Press, 2009
of ~.
95. a pillar of ~
96. He considered himself to be a pillar of ~.
97. One of the pillars of ~ must be that
everyone has access to the legal system. Class
98. your place in ~ , your rank in ~
99. A person's job is one of the factors that 1. a collection or division of people or
determines their place in ~. things sharing a common
100. a contributing member of ~ ( esp. characteristic, attribute, quality, or
AmE ) , a productive member of ~
property
101.We help offenders to become productive
members of ~.
2. a group of persons sharing a similar
102.the rest of ~
103.He felt isolated from the rest of ~. social position and certain economic,
104. a section of ~ , a sector of ~ , a political, and cultural characteristics
segment of ~
105.Every section of ~ must have access to 3. a group of pupils or students who are
education. taught and study together
106.~ as a whole
107.The research examines minorities and 4. one of several standards of
their relation to ~ as a whole. accommodation in public transport.
108.~ at large See also first class, second class, third
109.Health standards have risen in ~ at large. class
110.~ in general
111.the benefits for ~ in general
112.the structure of ~
113.the class structure of our ~ Oxford Collocations Dictionary for Students of
114. 2 organization formed for a English, 2nd edition
particular purpose class noun
115. ADJECTIVE 1 lesson/group of students
116. debating , drama ( esp. BrE ) , ADJECTIVE
dramatic ( esp. BrE ) , historical , big , large
horticultural ( BrE ) , music , musical ( small
esp. BrE ) , religious , etc.
advanced , beginners' ( BrE ) , beginning ( AmE ) the ~ of 2008
, elementary , intermediate , introductory , the entire ~ , the whole ~
remedial 2 social/economic group
master (usually masterclass ) ADJECTIVE
biology , history , etc. leisure (= rich people) , lower , lower - middle ,
acting , creative-writing , dance ( AmE ) , middle , upper , upper - middle , working
dancing ( BrE ) , etc. sections of the working ~
evening , night ( esp. AmE ) chattering ( BrE ) , educated , elite , governing ,
college , high-school , kindergarten , political , privileged , professional , ruling ,
undergraduate ( all AmE ) wealthy
entering , incoming (= the students starting a topics being discussed at the breakfast tables of the
school or college in a particular year) ( both AmE ) chattering ~es
VERB + CLASS capitalist , entrepreneurial , merchant
attend , go to , take labouring/laboring , peasant
He's taking ~es in pottery. landed , landowning
enrol/enroll in , sign up for dominant
cut ( AmE ) , miss , skip ( AmE ) social , socio-economic
disrupt , interrupt Membership of the club is drawn from all social
hold ~es.
The institute holds evening ~es throughout the CLASS + NOUN
year. structure , system
offer consciousness
The college offers ~es in many subjects. interests
conduct , give , lead ( AmE ) , run ( esp. AmE ) , conflict , differences , divisions , struggle , war ,
take , teach warfare
Who's taking the ~ today? issue
address 3 group of things
dismiss ADJECTIVE
Class dismissed! large , small
fail , flunk ( both AmE ) distinct
pass ( AmE ) special
ace ( AmE , informal ) rare
drop age , weight
cover VERB + CLASS
observe , sit in on constitute , form
CLASS + VERB These writers form a distinct ~ in Russian
be easy , be hard literature.
be available PREPOSITION
graduate ( AmE ) ~ of
CLASS + NOUN a rare ~ of neurological diseases
member , teacher PHRASES
size be in a ~ of your own , be in a different ~ (= to be
discussion much better than others)
work 4 high quality/style
reunion ADJECTIVE
schedule ( AmE ) great , real
period ( AmE ) a player of great ~
PREPOSITION VERB + CLASS
in ( a / the ) ~ have
We'll start the exercise in ~. She has real ~.
Which history ~ are you in? PHRASES
~ in a touch of ~
She's going to evening ~es in Italian. The musical entertainment added a touch of ~ to
PHRASES the occasion.
the back of the ~ , the front of the ~ © Oxford University Press, 2009
He sat at the back of the ~.
be top of the ~ , come top of the ~
She came top of the ~ in English. Care
the ~ of …  (= a group of students who finish their
studies in a particular year)
1. (when tr., may take a clause as object) to 42. Family members can provide child ~ with
be troubled or concerned; be affected love and without charge.
emotionally: he is dying, and she doesn't 43. client ( esp. BrE ) , customer
care 44. hair , skin (usually haircare , skincare )
45. VERB + CARE
2. (intr.; foll. by for or about) to have regard, 46. take
affection, or consideration (for): he cares 47. He left his job to take ~ of his sick wife.
48. I'll take ~ of hiring the car.
more for his hobby than his job
49. deliver , provide (sb with)
50. We have improved the way doctors deliver
3. Oxford Collocations Dictionary for
~.
Students of English, 2nd edition
4. care noun 51. need , require
52. receive
5. 1 caring for sb/sth
53. take sb into ( BrE )
6. ADJECTIVE
54. The boys were taken into ~ when their
7. good , great
parents died.
8. He loved his books and took great ~ of
55. CARE + NOUN
them.
56. services
9. proper
57. access to basic health-care services
10. With proper ~, the plants may last for fifty
years.
58. centre/center , facility , home , unit ( all
esp. BrE )
11. loving , tender
59. manager , worker
12. She will need lots of tender loving ~.
13. private 60. giver , provider
14. voluntary ( BrE ) 61. plan , policy , programme/program
15. constant , full-time 62. recent changes in health-care policy
63. delivery
16. continuing , long-term
64. needs
17. short-term , temporary 65. sensitive to the health-care needs of
18. daily , day-to-day , routine underserved groups
19. intensive 66. package (= a package of food, etc. that is
20. Last night she was critically ill in sent to sb) ( AmE )
intensive ~. 67. allowance ( BrE )
21. an intensive ~ unit
68. order ( BrE )
22. clinical , emergency , health , medical ,
69. PREPOSITION
nursing ( esp. BrE ) , patient
70. in ~
23. hospital , inpatient , institutional ,
71. He had been in foster ~ since he was five.
residential
72. He was in ~ for five years. ( BrE )
24. outpatient
25. community 73. in sb's ~
26. domiciliary ( BrE , formal ) , home , 74. You won't come to any harm while you're
in their ~.
home - based
75. Many historic sites are in the ~ of the
27. primary , secondary , tertiary
Trust.
28. antenatal ( BrE ) , maternity , prenatal ( 76. under the ~ of
esp. AmE )
77. He's under the ~ of Dr Parks.
29. dental
78. PHRASES
30. psychiatric
79. ~ of sb , in ~ of sb ( AmE ) (written on
31. palliative ( medical )
letters, etc. and usually abbreviated to c/o )
32. preventive ( esp. AmE ) 80. the quality of ~ , the standard of ~
33. parental
81. 2 attention/thought given to sth
34. formal , informal ( both esp. BrE )
82. ADJECTIVE
35. The couple relied on informal ~ from
83. extreme , good , great
relatives.
84. Great ~ should be taken to ensure that the
36. foster
equipment is clean.
37. respite
38. public 85. extra , special
39. children in public ~ 86. infinite , the utmost
40. pastoral , spiritual 87. He takes the utmost ~ of his appearance.
41. child (usually childcare ) , day 88. meticulous , painstaking , scrupulous (
esp. BrE )
89. The little girl was writing her name with 25. agree to ( esp. BrE )
painstaking ~. 26. In the end we agreed to ~.
90. due ( formal ) , proper , reasonable 27. beg to
91. The householder has a duty to take 28. I beg to ~ (= I disagree with you) .
reasonable ~ for the visitor's safety. 29. PREPOSITION
92. VERB + CARE 30. about , over
93. exercise , take 31. The two sides still ~ over details of
94. need , require the plan.
95. Transporting the specimens requires great 32. on
~. 33. The two parties ~ on all the major
96. PREPOSITION issues.
97. with ~ 34. with
98. A label on the box read: ‘Glass—handle 35. It didn't seem right that I should ~
with care’. with him.
99. without ~ ( BrE ) 36. Differ is used with these nouns as the
100.He was found guilty of driving without due subject: COMPOSITION , EFFECT , ESTIMATE
~ and attention. , INDIVIDUAL , LEVEL , OPINION , PRACTICE ,
101.© Oxford University Press, 2009 RATE , RATIO , TASTE , VIEW
37. © Oxford University Press, 2009

Differ
Person
1. (often foll. by from) to be dissimilar
in quality, nature, or degree (to); vary 1. an individual human beingthe body
(from) of a human being, sometimes
including his or her clothing:
2. Oxford Collocations Dictionary for guns hidden on his persona
Students of English, 2nd edition grammatical category into which
3. differ verb pronouns and forms of verbs are
4. 1 be different subdivided depending on whether
5. ADVERB they refer to the speaker, the
6. considerably , dramatically , person addressed, or some other
enormously , fundamentally ,
greatly , markedly , radically , individual, thing, etca human
sharply , significantly , substantially being or a corporation recognized
, widely in law as having certain rights
7. The two approaches ~ markedly and obligationsPhilosophy. a
8. Opinions ~ widely on this issue. being characterized by
9. little consciousness, rationality, and a
10. slightly , somewhat moral sense, and traditionally
11. clearly
thought of as consisting of both a
12. PREPOSITION
13. according to body and a mind or soulArchaic.
14. Conditions of employment ~ a character or role; guise.
according to the type of company you
are working for. 2. Oxford Collocations Dictionary for
15. among Students of English, 2nd edition
16. The rates of violent crime ~ed greatly 3.person noun See also PEOPLE
among the four cities. 4. ADJECTIVE
17. between 5. young
18. Social organization ~s significantly 6.elderly , old
between the different groups. 7.married , single
19. from 8. gay
20. His ideas ~ little from those of his 9. an openly gay ~ working in
father. business
21. in 10. black , white
22. The models ~ in size and shape. 11. poor , rich
23. 2 have a different opinion
24. VERB + DIFFER
12. decent , good , lovely ( esp. BrE 61. Police think they have found the
) , nice ~ responsible for the muggings.
13. caring , gentle , kind , warm 62. from ~ to ~
14. bad , evil , wicked 63. The virus is spread from ~ to ~.
15. happy , outgoing 64. © Oxford University Press, 2009
16. rational , reasonable , sensible
17. Any reasonable ~ can see that it
Position
is not fair.
18. intelligent , smart ( esp. AmE ) 1. the place, situation, or
19. talented
location of a person or thing:
20. average , normal , ordinary
he took up a positi n to the
21. private
22. She is a warm but very private ~. rearthe appropriate or
23. blind , deaf , disabled customary location: the
24. ill ( esp. BrE ) , sick telescope is in position for
25. a terminally ill ~ ( BrE , AmE ) usethe arrangement or
26. a mentally ill ~ ( BrE , AmE ) disposition of the body or a
27. sane part of the body: the corpse
28. Robbie did what any other sane ~ was found in a sitting
would do in this situation. positionthe manner in which
29. missing
a person or thing is placed;
30. to file a missing ~s report
31. displaced arrangementMilitary. an area
32. homeless or point occupied for tactical
33. unemployed reasonsmental attitude; point
34. dead of view; stand: what's your
35. famous position on this issue? social
36. important status or standing, esp. high
37. innocent
social standinga post of
38. the imprisonment of an innocent
~ employment; jobthe act of
39. right , wrong positing a fact or viewpoint
40. She's the right ~ for the job.
41. The police now realize that they 2. Oxford Collocations
had the wrong ~. Dictionary for Students of
42. religious English, 2nd edition
43. I'm not a religious ~. 3. position noun
44. business 4. 1 place
45. PREPOSITION 5. ADJECTIVE
46. as a ~ 6. correct , exact
47. What's she like as a ~? 7. central
48. in ~ 8. geographical
49. She appeared in ~ to collect her 9. relative
prize. 10. military , strategic
50. ~ from 11. defensive
51. a ~ from the same family as Gina 12. scoring ( sports , esp. AmE )
52. a ~ from Vietnam 13. original , starting
53. in the ~ of 14. new
54. Help arrived in the ~ of my 15. VERB + POSITION
brother. 16. take , take up
55. PHRASES 17. The guards took up their ~s
56. the ~ concerned on either side of the door.
57. The disciplinary panel will notify 18. jostle for
the ~ concerned of its findings. 19. Hordes of journalists jostled
58. the ~ in charge for ~ outside the conference
59. Can I speak to the ~ in charge, hall.
please? 20. play ( sports )
60. the ~ responsible 21. What ~ does he play?
22. indicate 63. achieve , attain , reach
23. Arrows indicate the ~s of the 64. It has taken years to achieve
aircraft. the ~ we are now in.
24. determine 65. put sb in
25. PREPOSITION 66. It put me in an awkward ~
26. in ~ when he asked me to keep a
27. Fix the pieces in ~ before secret.
gluing them together. 67. strengthen
28. into ~ 68. Their obvious desperation
29. Please get into ~. strengthens our bargaining
30. out of ~ ~.
31. Nakata had to play out of ~ 69. PREPOSITION
when the defender was 70. in a/the ~
injured. 71. We may be in a ~ to help
32. 2 way of sitting, standing, you.
etc. 72. I was in the embarrassing ~
33. ADJECTIVE of having forgotten her
34. comfortable , name.
uncomfortable 73. ~ of
35. crouched , kneeling , sitting 74. 4 opinion
, standing 75. ADJECTIVE
36. sleeping 76. extreme
37. horizontal , upright , 77. ideological , philosophical ,
vertical political , theoretical
38. prone , supine ( both formal 78. official
) 79. The country's official ~ is
39. foetal/fetal that there is no famine in the
40. VERB + POSITION area.
41. assume 80. VERB + POSITION
42. change , shift 81. adopt , take
43. 3 situation 82. defend , support
44. ADJECTIVE 83. PREPOSITION
45. business , economic , 84. ~ on
financial , legal 85. He took an extreme ~ on
46. dominant , impregnable ( religious matters.
esp. BrE ) , strong 86. 5 rank
47. favourable/favorable , good 87. ADJECTIVE
, ideal , perfect 88. first , second , etc.
48. enviable 89. dominant , high , important
49. invidious , influential , pre-eminent
50. competitive 90. inferior , lowly
51. strategic 91. privileged , secure
52. precarious , vulnerable , 92. social
weak 93. VERB + POSITION
53. He left the club in a 94. establish , gain , secure
precarious financial ~ with 95. maintain
debts of £36 million. 96. hold , occupy
54. awkward , difficult , 97. They occupy a lowly ~ in
embarrassing , impossible society.
55. unique 98. use
56. same , similar 99. PREPOSITION
57. different 100. ~ among
58. current , present 101.This latest novel confirms
59. bargaining , negotiating her pre-eminent ~ among
60. trading today's writers.
61. the trading ~ of the Chilean 102. ~ in
economy 103.The firm gained a dominant
62. VERB + POSITION ~ in the market.
104. PHRASES or undertakingsomething
105. a ~ of authority , a done, made, etc., as a
~ of influence , a ~ of power result of effort or
106. 6 job exertion: a work of
107. ADJECTIVE artmaterials or tasks on
108. full-time , part-
which to expend effort
time
or exertionanother word
109. current , present
110.new for workmanship (sense
111. key , responsible , 3)the place, office, etc.,
senior , top where a person is
112.leadership employedany piece of
113.junior material that is
114.official undergoing a
115.skilled manufacturing operation
116. administrative ,
or process; workpiece
management , managerial
117.staff 2. V (intr.) to exert effort
118. faculty ( esp. AmE
in order to do, make, or
)
119. VERB + POSITION perform something(intr.)
120. have , hold , to be employed(tr) to
occupy carry on operations,
121.apply for activity, etc., in (a place
122. find , obtain or area): that salesman
123. assume , take , works the southern
take up region(tr) to cause to
124.She has taken up a key ~ in labour or toil: he works
our head office.
his men hardto operate
125.fill
126.offer sb or cause to operate, esp.
127.accept properly or effectively:
128.resign to work a lathe; that
129. PREPOSITION clock doesn't work(tr) to
130. in a/the ~ till or cultivate (land)to
131.How long were you in your handle or manipulate or
previous ~? be handled or
132. ~ at
manipulated: to work
133.a faculty ~ at Iowa State
doughto shape, form, or
University
134. ~ in , ~ within process or be shaped,
135.his new ~ in the firm formed, or processed: to
136. ~ of work copper
137.She was offered the ~ of
sales manager. 3. Oxford Collocations
138.© Oxford University Press, Dictionary for Students
2009 of English, 2nd edition
4. work noun
5. 1 effort/product of effort
Work 6. ADJECTIVE
7. hard
1. N physical or mental 8. It's hard ~ trying to get
effort directed towards him to do a few things
doing or making for himself.
9. It doesn't require skill—
somethingpaid
it's a matter of sheer
employment at a job or a hard ~.
trade, occupation, or
professiona duty, task,
10. arduous , back- 37. The research institute
breaking , challenging , needs funds in order to
complicated , carry on its valuable ~.
demanding , difficult , 38. professional
gruelling/grueling , 39. men's , women's
intensive , labour- 40. They think that caring
intensive / labor for children is women's
-intensive , tiring , ~.
tough 41. intellectual , mental
11. The show is the product 42. creative , imaginative
of two years' intensive ~. 43. practical (see also
12. tireless fieldwork , paperwork
13. Through their tireless ~, )
they proved his 44. detective , investigative
innocence. 45. undercover
14. rewarding 46. The scandal was
15. heavy revealed after months of
16. They employ a couple of undercover ~ by
young men to do the journalists.
heavy ~.
47. leg (usually legwork )
17. donkey ( BrE , informal
48. Her job as a market
)
researcher involves a lot
18. I did the donkey ~ (= of legwork (= walking
hard work requiring around to collect
little skill) but I hired a information) .
professional for the
49. class , course (usually
hard part.
coursework ) , school
19. grunt ( AmE , informal ) (usually schoolwork )
20. He has done the grunt ~ 50. She was getting
(= the hard, boring part distracted from her
of a task) , sifting schoolwork.
through thousands of 51. written
official records. 52. His written ~ is the best
21. light in the class.
22. She's only allowed to do 53. individual
a little light ~ because of 54. group
her bad arm. 55. project
23. easy 56. collaborative , joint
24. close 57. classroom activities
25. I need to wear glasses involving collaborative
for close ~. ~ between children
26. physical 58. The report is the joint ~
27. delicate of an economist and a
28. dangerous sociologist.
29. dirty
59. remedial , restoration
30. Engine maintenance is
60. The poorly designed
dirty ~.
bridge needs remedial ~
31. The drugs gang used to make it safe.
children to do their dirty
61. background ,
~ for them. ( figurative )
preliminary ,
32. monotonous , repetitive preparatory
, tedious 62. follow-up
33. fascinating , interesting 63. extra
34. purposeful 64. He's willing to do extra
35. Many unemployed ~ to get the project
people welcome the finished on time.
chance to do purposeful 65. honest
~, even if unpaid. 66. He preferred to make
36. valuable his money from honest ~
rather than from 99. Work produced on a
gambling. computer tends to look
67. excellent , good , nice ( more professional.
informal ) , outstanding 100. get , have
, sterling ( esp. BrE ) 101.We get far too much ~ at
68. Nice ~, James! I'm this time of year.
impressed. 102. take on ,
69. In accepting the award, undertake
she mentioned the 103.I've taken on more ~
sterling ~ of her than I have time to do.
assistants. 104. create , make
70. careful , meticulous , 105.Small children make a
painstaking lot of ~ for their parents.
71. poor , shoddy , sloppy 106. begin , commence
72. charitable , , get down to , set
humanitarian about , set to , start
73. community , youth 107.They began ~ on the
74. missionary project last year.
75. groundbreaking , 108. Stop talking and
innovative , pioneering get down to ~.
76. He did pioneering ~ on 109. We set to ~ on the
microbes. outside of the house (=
77. empirical , for example, painting it)
experimental .
78. theoretical 110.go about
79. academic , commercial 111.She went cheerfully
, educational , about her ~.
environmental , 112. carry on ,
scientific continue , resume
80. building , construction 113. complete , finish
81. cosmetic , dental 114. halt , hold up ,
82. She's had a lot of dental stop
~ done. 115.Work on the project was
83. your own halted.
84. Is this all your own ~ (= 116.lose
did you do it without 117.They lost the ~ to a
help from others) ? competitor.
85. … OF WORK 118.undo
86. bit , piece 119.The new president spent
87. It was an interesting the first year undoing
piece of ~. the ~ of his predecessor.
88. VERB + WORK 120. oversee ,
89. carry out , do , put in supervise
90. All the construction ~ 121.The assistant manager
was carried out in 2001. supervises ~ on the
91. I had lots of ~ to do. factory floor.
92. She's put in a lot of ~ on 122. check , inspect
the design. 123. admire ,
93. get done , have done appreciate , value
94. I think I'd better try and 124.I really appreciate all
get some ~ done. your hard ~.
95. We're going to have 125.support
some building ~ done on 126.We give grants to
the house. support the ~ of
96. create , make voluntary organizations.
127.set sb to
97. All these visitors make a
128.She set them to ~
lot of ~ for me.
painting the fence.
98. produce
129.require
130.To carry out accurate
market research
requires a huge amount
of ~.
131. hand in , submit
132.We're supposed to hand
in this ~ tomorrow.
133. WORK + VERB
134.come
135.The ~ comes in bursts
according to the time of
year.
136.wait
137.That ~ can wait until
tomorrow.
138.go
139.How's the ~ going this
morning?
140.involve sth
141.What does the ~
involve?
142. begin , start
143. continue , go on
144. come to a halt ,
grind to a halt
145.Work came to a
complete halt in the
summer.
146.cost
147.How much will the ~
cost?
148. WORK + NOUN
149.ethic
150.rate