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Unit 1 - Insight

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innate
inborn, natural, existing from birth
mannerism
a habitual gesture or way of speaking or behaving.
nurture
the action or process of nurturing someone or something.
nature
the basic or inherent features, character, or qualities of something.
feral
in a wild state
narrative
a spoken or written account of connected events; a story.
primates
a member of the most developed and intelligent group of mammals, including humans, monkeys, and apes also prymas
to be distressed
suffering from extreme anxiety, sorrow, or pain.
adapt
change over time
evolve
change over time
transform
completely change, become different
alter
completely change, become different
improve
change for better
enhance
change for better
progress (verb)
change for better
reform
change for better
revert
change back to a former state
reverse
change back to a former state
restore
change back to a former state
influence smth
shape, determine
association
connection between people with similar interests
isolation
separation, detachment from smth
loyalty
the quality of being faithful to smth/someone
attachment
strong feeling, bond with smth/someone
rapport
understanding between people who get on well
rejection
refusal to accept smth/someone
marginalisation
having no importance or influence
disaffection
feeling discontent with smth
offender
criminal
chronicle
a factual written account of important or historical events in the order of their occurrence.
imagery
vivid description to reader/listener
repetition
powt├│rzenie (tutaj w kontek┼Ťcie literackim)
personification
personifikacja
rhetorical question
pytanie retoryczne
endeavour
an attempt to achieve a goal.
assimilation
the process of taking in and fully understanding information or ideas.
homograph
words that are spelled the same but have a different meaning
alienation
the state or experience of being alienated.
exclusion
the process of excluding or the state of being excluded.
segregation
the action or state of setting someone or something apart from others.