By Gary Buck
The publication outlines the foremost parts of listening examine in an available demeanour and gives language academics with instructions to layout and strengthen compatible listening checks for his or her scholars.
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The press conference went all right (=happened without any problems). ” 5 used in order to say or ask whether something is convenient for you: Would Thursday morning be all right? 6 used in order to ask or give permission to do something: Is it all right if I close the window? | It’s all right with me. 7 used in order to ask if someone has understood something: Put the cards into three piles, all right? 8 it’s all right used in order to make someone feel less afraid or worried: It’s all right, Mommy’s here.
1 [I] to plan or intend to achieve something: We aim to finish by Friday. | a program aimed at creating more jobs 2 aim sth at sb to do or say something that is intended for a particular person or group: TV commercials aimed at children 3 [I,T] to point a weapon at a person or thing you want to hit: A gun was aimed at his head. aim2 n. 1 [C] something that you are trying to achieve: What is the aim of their research? | Our main aim is to provide good service. | I moved to California with the aim of finding a job.
C,U] al·lo·trope /'æl@"troUp/ n. [C] CHEMISTRY one of the several different physical forms or structures of the same ELEMENT (=simple chemical substance with only one type of atom). For example, coal and DIAMOND s are allotropes of CARBON . al·low /@'laU/ v. 1 [T] to give someone permission to do something, have something, or go somewhere: Smoking is not allowed. | Reporters were allowed access to the files. | Those over 18 are allowed to vote. | The cat’s not allowed in the bedroom. THESAURUS allow is used in both formal and informal English: You’re not allowed to use a calculator during the test.
Assessing Listening (Cambridge Language Assessment) by Gary Buck