Arouse someone’s interest: to cause so to have a particular feeling.
Lead a seminar: to control a group of people, acountry or a situation.
An occasion when a teacher or expert and a group of people meet to study or discuss sth.
Flatly contradict: in a way that shows no emotion orinterest.
To state the opposite of what so else has said or to be so different from another act or statement that one o them must be wrong.
A lick of paint:
Comeup with a suggestion: to suggest or think of an idea or plan.
Run up a bill:
Adhere to your principles: to obey a rule or a principle
Go on an economy drive:Play the stock market:
Alight from a bus: get off a bus
Blissfully happy holiday: very happy holiday
Picturesque little village: nice little villageSpectacular mountains: Beautiful mountains
There is no place like Rome:
Depart from: lose
Breathtaking: very beautiful or suprising
Stunning: very beautiful.Mouth-watering: describes food that looks as if it will taste good.
Be in motion: to be moving.
Grab a bite: to take hold sth or so suddenly and roughly.
Thepop the question: to ask her to marry him.
Strong, fixed and weak collocations
Mitigating circumstances or mitigating factor: making sth less harful, unpleasant orbad
Auburn (words connected with hair): of hair reddish brown.
Adjourn meeting or adjourn trial: to have a pause or rest during a formal meeting or trial.
Walkto and fro: walk in one direction and the in the opposite direction, a repeated number of times.
Be in a broad agreement with someone:
Broad: very wide.