Flashcards in ESLPOD [075;076;077] Deck (21):
not happening frequently or regularly
a school or class for children between the ages of two and four or five in the U.S. The British word is nursery school
the key for opening the lock of an outer door from the outside
a policy used by many colleges to admit freshmen to undergraduate programs. Many law schools in the United States also have rolling admissions policies. Under rolling admission, candidates are invited to submit their applications to the university anytime within a large window.
a woman whose job is to take care of someone else’s children. A nanny usually lives with the family that she works for.
to get something, especially something that is hard to get
a small enclosed area in a room, separated from the rest of the room by thin walls or curtains
to become familiar with a new way of life, place, or job, or to make someone do this
frightening, or dangerous
a ____ photograph of someone is natural and informal and is taken without them knowing that they are being photographed
[Photography]someone who takes photographs, especially as his/her job
to start out to live, work, or travel by oneself.
strike out on one's own
a small tool or piece of equipment that does something useful or impressive
to impress sb. very much or make them very excited
be blown away
something that is ____ is designed to be thrown away after you have used it once or a few times
a small camera used for recording pictures and sound onto videotape
To be bewildered; be confused.
make one's head spin
describes a camera that requires no adjustment by the user before taking a photograph, because the focus and exposure are adjusted automatically or are fixed
to treat film which has been used to take photographs with chemicals so that the pictures can be seen
a photograph printed on shiny smooth paper