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Unit 4 collapse (verb) fall down suddenly, esp. a building crash into (verb) have a violent vehicle accident fear (verb) worry that something bad will happen, be afraid of fire engine (noun) a special vehicle that carries firemen and special equipment to firefighter (noun) a person whose job it is to rescue men and women horrific (adjective) terrible; extremely bad and shocking; horrifying impressed by (adjective) a feeling admiration for sb/sth leak (noun) a hole that causes water to escape return (verb) come back from one place to another shot (noun) a photograph or a scene in a film made by one camera, without interruption site (noun) location;a place where something of special interest happened stop by (verb) make a short visit somewhere survival (noun) the state of staying alive, despite difficulty or danger witness (verb) to see something happen (typically a crime or an accident) have a narrow escape (verb) sth very unpleasant nearly happens to you TOPIC VOCABULARY angry:feeling or showing anger or strong resentment (usually fol. by at, with, or about) calm:opposite of angry; quiet, still, not excited. confused:perplexed, disconcerted distressed:showing great pain, troubled exciting: agitated, enthusiastic exhausted:worn out; very tired frantic:desperate or wild with excitement, passion, fear, pain, etc.; frenzied. frightened:afraid; fearful (usually fol. by of) furious:extemely angry; full of fury nervous:highly excitable relieved:free from an¥xiety, fear, pain,,; alleviated shocked:surprised and upset surprised:when something happens that you don´t expect tense:nervous or worried, and unable to relaz upset:unhappy or disappointed because of something unpleasant that has happened



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