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Academic word list

Mizz Benton academic word list #108-122

select To take as a choice from among several
site the position or location of a town
strategy plan to get ahead in life, a game or in the military
survey an activity in which many people are asked a question or a series of questions in order to gather information
text the words that make up the main part of a book, magazine, newspaper,or Web site
tradition the stories, beliefs, etc., that have been part of the culture of a group of people for a long time
transfer to move (someone or something) from one place to another
alternative not usual or traditional
circumstances the way something happens : the specific details of an event
comment a spoken or written statement that expresses an opinion about someone or something
compensate o give money or something else of value to (someone) in return for something (such as work) or as payment for something lost, damaged, etc.
component one of the parts of something
consent to agree to do or allow something
considerable large in size, amount, or quantity
constant happening all the time
Created by: MizzBenton