6.7  argue /"A:gju:/ (v) give reasons
6.16  adolescent /&d@"lesnt/ (n) a
6.1 intelligence quotient /In"telIÙ@
true/not true, etc. w The student council argued that an eight-hour day person’s intelligence that is calculated was too long and that they should only 6.17  competent /"kQmpIt@nt/ (adj)
Usually referred to as IQ.
6.2 sentimental /sentI"mentl/ (adj)
6.8  overall /@Uv@r"O:l/ (adj) general
standard w I don’t know anything w Molly is a little weak in her writing about astronomy, so I don’t really feel than reason w This ring isn’t made but overall she’s a very good student. competent to give my opinion. ➤ (in) of silver or gold but my mother gave it to me, so it has sentimental value. 6.9  back up /b&k "Vp/ (phr v)
6.18  self-reliant /self rI"laI@nt/
6.10  graduate /"gr&Ùu@t/ (n) a
6.3 score /skO:(r)/ (v) win points, goals,
etc. in a game or competition w In this card game the winner is the first self-reliant; they can now look after person to score more than 21 points. 6.11  productivity /prQdVk"tIv@ti/ (n)
6.19  dependable /dI"pend@bl/ (adj)
or country produces goods w Last year our productivity fell to two thousand want or need w If Beth said she’d boxes per month, but this year it’s arrange everything then she will – she’s 6.4 upbringing /"VpbrININ/ (n) the way
very dependable you know. ➤ (in) hundred. ➤ product (n), production in which a child is cared for and taught w Nigel lived with his grandparents 6.20  indecisive /IndI"saIsIv/ (adj)
when he was a child, so perhaps that’s 6.12  contribute /k@n"trIbju:t/ (v)
unable to make decisions w Rebecca why he had such a strict upbringing. be one of the causes of sth w He was is so indecisive – she can’t even make an inexperienced driver, but the heavy 6.5  superior (to) /su:"pI@ri@(r)/ (adj)
rain also contributed to the accident. coffee when you ask her! ➤ decision sth else w This new washing powder is definitely superior to the old one. The 6.13  grab /gr&b/ (v) take or hold sb/
6.21  isolated /"aIs@leItId/ (adj)
roughly w As soon as I took the biscuit out of the box, my son grabbed it and 6.6  out of date /aUt @v "deIt/ (phr)
people w The island is really isolated, even the letters only come once a week. ➤ 6.14  follow up /fQl@U "Vp/ (phr v)
longer useful w Recording information 6.22  intellectual /Int@"lekÍu@l/ (adj)
in books is out of date. People keep 6.15  temptation /temp"teISn/ (n)
everything in electronic files now.  The opposite of out of date is up
things ➤ intellect (n), intellectually FCE Masterclass Oxford University Press 1 6.23  recruit /rI"kru:t/ (v) take on sb
6.33 outline /"aUtlaIn/ (v) give a
6.42 in sight /In "saIt/ (phr) in view,
for a job, employ w Our hotel is very busy during the summer months, so we 6.43 chase /ÍeIs/ (v) run after sb/sth in
usually recruit some extra staff then. 6.34 recollection (of) /rek@"lekSn/ (n)
6.44 ring a bell /rIN @ "bel/ (phr) sound
6.24 tutor /"tju:t@(r)/ (n) private
remembering sth w After the accident she had no recollection of what had heard it before w The name ‘Wilson’ does ring a bell. Maybe I have met 6.25 make up one’s mind /meIk Vp
. "maInd/ (idm) decide sth w I can’t 6.45 baboon /b@"bu:n/ (n) a large
6.35 effective /I"fektIv/ (adj) producing
Oliver’s party, can you help me? the result that is wanted or intended w Aspirin is a simple but very effective 6.46 throughout /Tru"aUt/ (adv)
everywhere w The author talks about his childhood throughout the book. Each chapter deals with a different 6.36 relieve /rI"li:v/ (v) remove or
6.26 jog your memory /ÙQg jO: "mem@
w This cream is excellent for burns as it 6.47 survival /s@"vaIvl/ (n) the state of
relieves the pain instantly. ➤ relief (n) 6.37  sweat /swet/ (v) when you sweat
6.27 guarantee /g&r@n"ti:/ (v) make
drops of liquid appear on your skin, for sth certain to happen w A university 6.48 twig /twIg/ (n) a small very thin
degree doesn’t always guarantee a successful career, but it certainly helps! 6.38  besides /bI"saIdz/ (adv) apart
from sth said previously w I don’t fancy 6.49 harmless /"hA:ml@s/ (adj) unable
6.28 capacity (for) /k@"p&s@ti/ (n)
going to the cinema tonight; besides, there’s nothing good on anyway. w Most children’s cartoons are quite My dad’s capacity for work is amazing.  When besides is used as a
harmless, although some can be a bit preposition, it means in addition to. Do frightening. ➤ harm (n, v), harmful not confuse besides with beside, which
6.29 gene /Ùi:n/ (n) a unit inside a cell
is a preposition and means next to.
6.50 imitate /"ImIteIt/ (v) copy sb/sth
6.39  daydream /"deIdri:m/ (v)
w A lot of young singers try to imitate Beyonce’s style but none of them are as 6.51 poisonous /"pOIz@n@s/ (adj)
6.30 duties /"dju:tiz/ (n pl) tasks that
death or illness if the animal or insect 6.31 pretend /prI"tend/ (v) to behave
6.52 deliberate /dI"lIb@r@t/ (adj) done
6.40 cheat /Íi:t/ (n) a person who
true w I had to pretend that I liked his painting but in actual fact I thought w I don’t like playing cards with him 6.53 ape /eIp/ (n) a large animal like a
it was terrible! ➤ pretence (n), because he’s such a cheat. He always 6.54 a matter of chance /@ m&t@r
6.32 prescribe /prI"skraIb/ (v) (of a
6.41 dig /dIg/ (v) make a hole in the
treatment w The doctor prescribed 6.55 into the distance /Int@ D@ "dIst@
antibiotics and cough syrup for Julia’s ns/ (phr) far away w She stood thinking deeply and staring into the distance. 2 FCE Masterclass Oxford University Press 6.56 chimp /ÍImp/ (n) short for
6.67 soundly /"saUndli/ (adv) (for
6.79 to some extent /t@ "sVm Ikstent/
chimpanzee: a small intelligent
sleep) very well and very deeply w The children were sleeping soundly when completely w To some extent you’re 6.57 crept
we arrived, so they didn’t hear us. right, but I don’t agree with you entirely. /krept/ (v) pt of creep move
6.68 race /reIs/ (v) function very
6.80 electrode /I"lektr@Ud/ (n) a small
piece of metal used to carry an electric w The boy crept up behind his sister without her seeing him and gave her a 6.69 pillow
piece of fabric filled with soft material, 6.81 drop off /drQp "Qf/ (phr v)
6.58 on tiptoe /Qn "tIpt@U/ (phr)
6.70 armed robbery /A:md "rQb@ri/ (n)
6.82 shallow /"S&l@U/ (adj) not deep
6.83 twitch /twIÍ/ (v) make sudden
6.71 severe /sI"vI@(r)/ (adj) extremely
quietly w She had to stand on tiptoe to that you cannot control w When my cat twitches in her sleep I like to think she’s dreaming about chasing rabbits! 6.59 take (sth) into account /teIk .
6.72 truancy /"tru:@nsi/ (n) staying
Intu @"kaUnt/ (phr) consider particular facts w If you take into account the fact w Levels of truancy at some schools 6.84 rapid /"r&pId/ (adj) quick, fast
that she was ill for six weeks I think she 6.85 elementary /elI"mentri/ (adj)
6.60 goal
of the most basic kind w To follow expression to play truant.
this course you need at least some 6.73 the rush hour /D@ "rVS aU@(r)/
elementary knowledge of computers. 6.61 measure /"meZ@(r)/ (n) a sign
The unemployment rate is a measure 6.86 peak /pi:k/ (n) the highest level
of how well or badly the country’s of sth w The tourist season in Greece economy is doing. ➤ measure (v), 6.74 passionately /"p&S@n@tli/ (adv) in
6.87 tremble /"trembl/ (v) shake
6.62 tool /tu:l/ (n) an instrument that
making things, repairing things, etc.
6.75 attentively /@"tentIvli/ (adv)
w The boys were trembling with fear as 6.63 instinctive /In"stINktIv/ (adj)
they waited outside the headmistress’s and with interest w All the students office to receive their punishment. training w When I saw the car coming listened attentively while their teacher towards us, I just jumped in front of Mary. It was an instinctive reaction. 6.88 label /"leIbl/ (v) describe sb/sth in
w Just because I’m not interested in art 6.76 maintenance /"meInt@n@ns/
he labelled me as uneducated, which I think is very unfair. ➤ label (n) 6.64 nightmare /"naItme@(r)/ (n) a
beautiful to look at but have very high 6.65 siesta /si"est@/ (n) a rest or
maintenance costs. ➤ maintain (v) 6.89 jumble /"ÙVmbl/ (v) mix things
6.77 put right /pUt "raIt/ (phr) mend,
6.66 insomnia /In"sQmni@/ (n) the
6.78 use up
events in such a way that the plot is impossible to follow! ➤ jumbled (adj) FCE Masterclass Oxford University Press 3 follow up find out more about sth after some time has
passed w The researchers followed up the participants in the experiment ten years later to see if they had changed at all. back up support sb/sth, say that what sb says, etc. is true
w The new information backs up what researchers already
go off start making a sudden loud noise w I had forgotten that
the alarm was set, so it went off as soon as I opened the door. drop off fall into a light sleep w I love watching late night
use up use all of sth so that there is none left w I used up
films, but I’m usually so tired that I drop off as soon as they all the eggs yesterday when I made the cake so you’ll have to 6.90 shrunk /SrVNk/ (v) pp of shrink
6.100 entry /"entri/ (n) sth that you
6.108 consistent /k@n"sIst@nt/ (adj)
part in a competition w If you want continuing for a period of time w The 6.91 slam
to take part in the school painting country’s consistent economic growth shut, with a lot of force, making a loud competition you must bring your entry is helping international trade. ➤ (in) to the art room by Friday afternoon. the windows and doors to slam shut. 6.92 demand
6.101 doormat /"dO:m&t/ (n) a small
6.109 groom /gru:m/ (n) a man on
6.93 briefcase
6.102 tear /te@(r)/ (v) to damage sth by
pulling it apart or into pieces w Annie, 6.110 explosion /Ik"spl@UZn/ (n) the
be careful with that book – don’t tear 6.94 shown /S@Un/ (v) pt of show lead
6.103 postmark
6.111 suspicion /s@"spISn/ (n) a
6.95 my heart sank /maI hA:t "s&Nk/
where it was posted w This letter has a German postmark on it. I wonder who 6.96 dash /d&S/ (v) go somewhere very
proof w I have a suspicion that Alex quickly w I won’t be a minute, I’ve just 6.104 set the scene
is lying about last night, but I can’t got to dash out to the baker’s for some prove it, so I won’t say anything. ➤ suspicious (adj), suspiciously (adv), 6.97 stroll /str@Ul/ (v) walk somewhere
in a slow relaxed way w Since there’s 6.105 background /"b&kgraUnd/ (n)
nothing good on television, why don’t we stroll along the beach? ➤ stroll (n) 6.98 whisper /"wIsp@(r)/ (v) speak very
6.112 sleepwalking /"sli:pwO:kIN/ (n)
The teacher asked the students not to 6.106 anecdotal /&nIk"d@Utl/ (adj)
whisper to each other during the exam. 6.113 excessive /Ik"sesIv/ (adj) more
6.99 yell /jel/ (v) shout loudly w ‘Get
up! It’s time for school!’ Mum yelled 6.107 account /@"kaUnt/ (n) written
happened w Graham gave an account 6.114 uneventful /VnI"ventfl/ (adj) in
of everything that had happened to 4 FCE Masterclass Oxford University Press 6.115 stumble /"stVmbl/ (v) Here: walk
6.127 root cause /"ru:t kO:z/ (n) the
6.138 well /wel/ (adv) to a great extent
or degree w The town is very beautiful and the museum is well worth a visit. w It was so dark that I stumbled over 6.128 straightforward /streIt"fO:w@d/
6.139 harvest /"hA:vIst/ (v) to cut and
a pair of shoes which had been left in complicated w I’m afraid there’ s no 6.116 outstretched /"aUtstreÍt/ (adj)
straightforward solution to our problem 6.140 crop /krQp/ (n) the amount of
– things are much more complicated season w The orange crop is harvested 6.117 disorder /dIs"O:d@(r)/ (n) illness
6.141 fierce /fI@s/ (adj) angry and
functioning correctly w She suffers 6.129 insist /In"sIst/ (v) demand that
w The fierce opposition to the new from an eating disorder which makes measures made the government change her think that she is overweight when sth w He insisted that he paid for the broken vase as it had been his fault. 6.142 violate /"vaI@leIt/ (v) go against
6.118 nocturnal
etc. w Countries which violate human 6.119 blackout
6.130 queue
6.120 amnesia /&m"ni:zi@/ (n) a
6.143 bold /b@Uld/ (adj) brave and
6.121 articulate
confident w I must say, it was a bold 6.131 figure /"fIg@(r)/ (n) number
pronounce sth in a clear way w When decision to move to another country 6.132 postpone /p@"sp@Un/ (v) arrange
someone is drunk they often can’t and leave all their friends and family for an event, etc. to take place at a later articulate properly and it’s difficult to behind. ➤ boldness (n), boldly (adv) time or date w As everyone is ill with the understand what they’re saying. flu, let’s postpone the party until next 6.144 trout /traUt/ (n) a common
➤ articulation (n), (in)articulate (adj) 6.122 treble /"trebl/ (v) become three
6.145 inject /In"Ùekt/ (v) put a drug or
6.123 remark (on)
6.133 forecast /"fO:kA:st/ (n) statement
weather is getting better,’ he remarked. 6.146 venom /"ven@m/ (n) the
6.124 lengthy
6.134 scattered /"sk&t@d/ (adj) spread
w Your introduction is rather lengthy, 6.147 neocortex /"ni:@UkO:t2eks/ (n)
just a couple of lines would be enough. 6.135 shower /"SaU@(r)/ (n) short period
6.125 shiver
6.136 go off /g@U "Qf/ (phr v)
6.148  bloated /"bl@UtId/ (adj) full of
excited, etc. w I had forgotten my jacket, so I spent the whole evening cattle /"k&tl/ (n) cows and
6.137 global warming /gl@Ubl
6.126 lawn /lO:n/ (n) an area of ground
FCE Masterclass Oxford University Press 5 6.150  shy /SaI/ (adj) nervous, easily
6.157  rock /rQk/ (v) move gently
6.163 glare /gle@(r)/ (v) look at sb/sth in
embarrassed or frightened w Don’t be an angry way w When the children say shy Annie – come and say hello to Uncle something rude their parents glare at Harry. ➤ shyness (n), shyly (adv) them until they apologise. ➤ glare (n) 6.158  gravel /"gr&vl/ (n) small
6.151  shoal /S@Ul/ (n) a large number
6.164 peep /pi:p/ (v) look quickly and
a small opening w The girl peeped 6.152  forgetful /f@"getfl/ (adj)
6.159  school of thought /sku:l @v
through the keyhole to see who was often forgetting things w My mother quite forgetful so when something universities have their own school 6.165 peer /pI@(r)/ (v) look closely or
is important I make sure I remind of thought about which educational her. ➤ forget (v), forgetfully (adv), cannot see it clearly w We peered through the fog to see who was coming 6.160  outer /"aUt@(r)/ (adj) on the
6.153  tank /t&Nk/ (n) a large
outside of sth w We have only painted the outer walls of the house – the 6.166 clumsily /"klVmzili/ (adv) doing
6.154  carp /kA:p/ (n) a large
6.161  mammal /"m&ml/ (n) any
6.167 merely /"mI@li/ (adv) only, simply
6.155  perform /p@"fO:m/ (v) do sth,
w He said nothing, merely smiled and w A computer can perform many tasks at once. ➤ performance (n), 6.168 wave sb through /weIv . "Tru:/
6.162 glance /glA:ns/ (v) take a quick
6.156  vibration /vaI"breISn/ (n) a
look at sth w I usually glance at the breakfast and then read the articles at the office. ➤ glance (n) 6 FCE Masterclass Oxford University Press


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