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GEB2 Unit 6 Vocab

Vocabulary

QuestionAnswer
insulting name-calling
leave home secretly to be married elope
wait a minute hang on
a performance that is happening right now and was not filmed in advance live
hated loathed
a time when trade is bad and unemployment is high (economic) recession
a group of young people who always cause trouble gang
a quick intensive course a crash course
memorise their words from the play learn their lines
pretend fights between the actors mock stage fights
say somebody or something is responsible for something bad blame
invite somebody to do something difficult challenge
admit to doing something bad, illegal or embarassing confess
meet together socially mix
leave permanently or give up quit
try very hard to achieve something difficult struggle
trial performances, as by an actor, dancer, or musician, to demonstrate suitability or skill. auditions
A person portrayed in an artistic piece, such as a drama or nove character
a set of clothes, esp unusual or period clothes, worn in a play by an actor or at a fancy dress ball costume
Cosmetics applied especially to the face make-up
The pattern or sequence of interrelated events in a work of fiction, as a novel or film plot
A session of practice for a performance, as of a play. rehearsal
The scenery constructed for a theatrical performance or the entire enclosure in which a movie is filmed; the sound stage. set
A marked innate ability, as for artistic accomplishment: talent
Created by: Monypel