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Khan Academy, 2e

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graduate (noun) someone who has completed a university degree, especially a first degree OR someone who has completed a course at a college, school etc
converted changed
potential (adj.) likely to develop into a particular type of person or thing in the future
potential (noun) the possibility that something will develop in a particular way, or have a particular effect
desire a strong hope or wish
tutor (noun) someone who gives private lessons to one student or a small group, and is paid directly by them OR a teacher in a British university or college
tutor(verb) to teach someone as a tutor
admit (accept truth) to agree unwillingly that something is true or that someone else is right OR (accept blame) to say that you have done something wrong, especially something criminal /SYN to confess
quit to leave a job, school etc, especially without finishing it completely
ranging SYN to varying (variety of sth)
scribble to write something quickly and untidily
errors SYN to mistakes
chairman someone who is in charge of a large company or organization
resource something such as a book, film, or picture used by teachers or students to provide information
claim to state that something is true, even though it has not been proved
commit to say that someone will definitely do something or must do something
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