Vocabulary for town and country Revision:
'pretty' meaning almost ‘very' - Present Continuous for a planned action -
to fancy = (informal) to want / would like to Vocabulary
a wide range of
- many different examples of the same thing, i.e.
- That shop has a wide range of sports clothes.
- The Job Centre has a wide range of summer jobs in the town.
- a town or city where there are many different people
and cultures, i.e.
- Downhaven is a very cosmopolitan city.
(adj) - very busy, i.e.
- The town was hectic today.
(adj) - something poisoned with harmful substances, i.e.
- The air in this city is very polluted.
- The factory is polluting the river.
- to leave a job; usually because of age. The retirement age in the UK is 63 for
women, 65 for men.rural
(adj) - the countryside; green spaces suburbs
- residential areas outside the city centre but part of the city, i.e.
the country /
- I'd rather live in the suburbs than the centre.
- green spaces outside towns and cities countrysideurban
(adj) - a town or city environment