Step 1: Transcribe

Step 2: Check
Step 3: Review KeyWords

to begin something such as a plan or introduce something new such as a product:
The scheme was launched a year ago.

belonging or relating to an empire or the person or country that rules it:
Imperial China

to suggest a lot of ideas for a future activity very quickly before considering some of them more carefully:
The team got together to brainstorm (the project).

the white powdery substance which is used especially to spread on the land to improve the quality of earth so that crops grow better

a juicy round fruit which is sour like a lemon but smaller and green, or the small Asian tree on which this fruit grows.

to provide or supply something:
It's an organization that offers free legal advice to people on low incomes.

happening at the beginning of an event or activity:
her opening remarks

usual or ordinary:
Her regular secretary was off sick for a week.

subtracted from the original price:
You can get some money off if you pay cash.

unable to pay what you owe, and having control of your financial matters given, by a court of law, to a person who sells your property to pay your debts:
He went bankrupt after only a year in business.

to make someone feel annoyed or discouraged because they cannot achieve what they want:
It frustrates me that I'm not able to put any of my ideas into practice.

behaving in an angry and violent way towards another person:
Men tend to be more aggressive than women.

spoken or physical behaviour which is threatening or involves harm to someone or something:
Some types of dog are bred for aggression.

per cent
for or out of every 100, shown shown by the symbol %:
You got 20 percent of the answers right - that means one in every five.
Only 40% of people bothered to vote in the election.

feeling that you have no hope and are ready to do anything to change the bad situation you are in:
The doctors made one last desperate attempt/effort to save the boy's life.

to send away someone annoying or to persuade them to leave:
We got rid of our unwelcome guests by saying we had to go to bed.

to contain something as a part of something else, or to make something part of something else:
The bill includes tax and service.


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Reference: BBC Learning English
BBC English at Work 10

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