1. NEW THINGS: What makes a good flatmate?

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Hollywood producers
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someone who controls the making of a film, play, record etc

A disc jockey (abbreviated DJ, D.J. or deejay) is a person who mixes recorded music as it is playing.
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(disc jockey) someone who plays records on the radio or in a club where you can dance

spare time/moment/hour
I play tennis in my spare time.
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time when you are not working

Jane wouldn’t stop complaining and it was beginning to annoy me.
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to make someone feel a little angry

an annoying habit
an annoying habit of interrupting It’s annoying that we didn’t know about this before.
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making you feel annoyed

bite your nails
I wish I could stop biting my nails
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biting the nails on my fingers

untidy British English not neat – used about people, places, clothes, hair etc: His bedroom was always untidy. My Dad is very untidy.
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dirty or untidy. a messy room

to make a loud noise each time you breathe while you are asleep

babble (baby talk)
What are you babbling on about?
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to talk quickly in a way that is silly or difficult to understand

out loud
Read it out loud, so we can all hear.
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in a way that people can hear

I shared a room with her when I was at college.
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to have or use something with other people share something with somebody

a tidy house Try to keep your room tidy.
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a tidy place, room etc is carefully arranged with everything in the right place

I don’t see what all the fuss is about. They wanted a quiet wedding without any fuss.
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anxious or excited behaviour or activity, usually about unimportant things

Bongos are an Afro-Cuban percussion instrument consisting of a pair of small open bottomed drums of different sizes

He smiled warmly, and she returned his smile. I phoned and left a message, but he hasn’t returned my call.
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to do something to someone, after they have done the same thing to you

Are you going to Amy’s birthday party?
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a social event when a lot of people meet to eat, drink, dance etc. to enjoy yourself with a group of other people by eating, drinking, dancing etc

when someone smokes a cigarette
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to suck smoke from a cigarette or pipe

can’t stand
Dave can’t stand dogs.
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to hate someone or something

dirt. very offensive language, or pictures about sex

a large quantity of something SYN a lot

a piece of furniture in a kitchen or bathroom that you fill with water to wash dishes, your hands etc

That was a very selfish thing to do. selfish behaviour
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caring only about yourself and not about other people OPP unselfish

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