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vocabulary about language learning

Surfeit an amount that is too large
Clarification the act or process of making something clearer or easier to understand
Strategy a plan that is intended to achieve a particular purpose
Stimulate to make something develop or become more active
Negotiation formal discussion between people who are trying to reach an agreement
Investigate to carefully examine the facts of a situation, an event, a crime, etc. to find out the truth about it or how it happened
Interpretation the particular way in which something is understood or explained
Circumstance the conditions and facts that are connected with and affect a situation, an event or an action
Prioritize to put tasks, problems, etc. in order of importance, so that you can deal with the most important first
Contingency an event that may or may not happen
Procedures a way of doing something, especially the usual or correct way
Assumption a belief or feeling that something is true or that something will happen, although there is no proof
Created by: kidty