1. Application process

You know all about the application process.

The application process are steps you need to take when you apply for a job or university. The application processes may  include submitting an application form, sending official documents or having an interview.


1.1. The application process for that school is very hard.

1.2. You must complete the application process to get a job here.

2. Tedious

The process can be pretty tedious.

When something is tedious that means it requires many steps and or lots of detail. Something that is very tedious usually takes a lot of time and attention to detail.


2.1. Grading papers can be very tedious for teachers.

2.2. The log in process for that website is very tedious.

3. Fall in love

I fell in love with the program.

Usually people fall in love with other people. To fall in love with someone means to see someone as a person you love romantically. For example, you do not fall in love with famlily. However the term to fall in love can refer to things as well. You can fall in love with a book, school or class.


3.1. I fell in love with that new café. It is so cozy.

3.2. I’m falling in love with this book. I can’t stop reading it.

4. Math person

You are not a math person.

A math person refers to someone who is naturally good at math or enjoys it very much. People are sometime classified  as either being a math person or a language person.


4.1. I’m not a math person. I can barely add.

4.2. Math people tend to do well in science.

5. Critical thinking

There is a critical thinking section.

Critical thingking is a test  to measure people’s answers to complex questions that often have many parts . Tests for admission to universuty programs such as the GRE and SAT often have critical thinking questions.


5.1. It’s very hard to teach critical thinking.

5.2. The test had three critical thinking questions.

We hope they’re help!



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