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Unit 3 Week 6

"When does a child become an adult?"

assume (v) to think that something is true in your point of view and without any evidence
carefree (adj) feeling no worries or burdens
contradiction (n) the opposite idea between facts or actions
initiation (n) to give something (money or goods) to support or provide something
marker (n) a sign of something begins to exist
milestone (n) a very important stage that mark the special event
morally (adv) doing something in a standard that is considered to right
pinpoint (v) to remember exactly the time or the position of something/somebody
run (v) to put business in an active mode or operate it
transition (v) to change something from something
in charge of (phr.) to control or run something
burden (v) something you are responsible to take up
frustration (n) the feeling of being annoyed and disappointed
confusion (n) an uncertain and worrying feeling
sibling (n) a brother or sister in a family
reverse (v) to change something from an opposite thing
resent (v) to feel angry or disappointed because something is unfair
satisfaction (n) the feeling of pleasure
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