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About Book 2: Multiple Meanings

English is an amazing language. While two words can easily be mistaken for one another – one word can have several meanings. A various meanings of a word from the text is given and students have to identify which is the correct context for particular definitions.

Example:

Score (n) has multiple meanings as can be seen in the examples below from the text.

Paragraph 5: " ...but in general, we think of individuals whose average scores are higher than 4 (the scale's midpoint) as maximizers and those whose scores are lower than the midpoint as satisficers."

Instructions: Match the definition in column A to the correct sentence in column B

Column A

Column B

a

A large number

1

This score for this movie was very original and helped to make it a success.

b

A piece of written music with the parts for the different instruments or voices

2

He's going to come into work instead of you this Saturday so there's no worry on that score.

c

 

 

 

 

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