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#1: gambling troubles
supplementary reading (cloze)
"Barry Greenstein"
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"Barry Greenstein" (cloze)
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• This first section of this list contains the level two, three, and four words that were not among the thirty-eight words omitted from the cloze text. Because it is a supplementary exercise, level one words have not been included. The second section contains the multi-word items in the text.
•The main purpose of the list — and all the vocabulary lists — is to make it easier for teachers and students to do 'extra' vocabulary work to increase retention and deepen understanding of the words used in the stories and the supplemental materials.

Barry Greenstein 1: single words
level two level three level four
curve
discover
judge
lawyer
marriage
neighbourhood
popular
unhealthy

custody
salary
indescribable
tropical
materialistic
aware
indoor
bar [drinking]
golf
poker
shares [company]
staircase
tournament
Barry Greenstein 2: multi-word items
compound nouns

art gallery
(The paintings in Barry's art gallery are all famous.)
card game
graduate school
income tax
parking lot
swimming pool

compound adjective

full-time
(Dick is only working in the evenings. He can't find a full-time job.)

set prepositional phrase

in debt
(Because he's a gambling addict, Harry is always in debt.)

clausal verbs

change one's mindemocracy
Barry planned to become a mathematician, but he changed his mind.
get on tv
make money

set passive

be used to
(At first the hot weather bothered Dick, but now he's used to it.)j

separable phrasal verb

give away
(After he quit his job Tom didn't need so many suits, so he gave most of them away.)