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Vocabulary Lesson 6

expedition (noun) a journey taken for a specific purpose
log (verb) to record information
log (noun) a large piece of a cut or fallen tree
perspective (noun) 1. your mental point of view or the way you interpret what you see and experience 2. the appearance of things from a certain point or distance
route (noun) the path or course taken for travel
mishap (noun) an unfortunate minor accident
discrimination (noun) 1. the practice of treating a person or a group unfairly 2. to be able to see fine differences in thing and choose what is good or best
episode (noun) 1. a noteworthy or meaningful event within a larger event 2. a brief part of a dramatic or literary work
visible (adjective) to be able to be seen
overtake (verb) to come upon one suddenly and pass by
recover (verb) 1. to return to normal 2. to get something back