The Role of Government
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Important Vocabulary

  • Obvious: Evident
  • Inexpensive: Low cost
  • Inconsistent with or contrary to: At odds with
  • Bad health: Illness
  • Remembered (or not forgotten): Borne in mind
  • Poor or unemployed people: Underclass
  • Rich or wealthy people: Affluent
  • Success: Achievements
  • Unwillingly, not eagerly: Reluctantly
  • Global or worldwide: Planetary
  • Costly: Expensive
  • Disposed of: Spent, or used, or consumed
  • On our behalf: Done for us
  • A physician: A medical doctor
  • Ailments: (Non-serious) illnesses
  • To resort to force: To use violence
  • To coerce: To compel people to do something against their well
  • A mortician: Someone who arranges funerals
  • A plumber: Someone who fixes water pipes
  • A host of: A large number of


Extracted From

MacKenzie, I. (2002). English for Business Studies: A course for Business Studies and Economics students (2nd ed.). Cambridge University Press.

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