Travelling & Tourism (englishpolish) Part 1

articulate – capable of speaking clearly and expressively
Epic – classical poetry originating in Greece, normally involves the life of a hero
​Ex: The Iliad
report – signaler/compte rendu
What device does Patrick begin with – Flattery
Analogy – a comparison between two things, typically on the basis of their structure and for the purpose of explanation or clarification.
"an analogy between the workings of nature and those of human societies"
insuperable – incable of being overcome or defeatedd
19. The passage suggests that groups with high morale usually make good decisions. high-status individuals tend to possess the best problem-solving skills. groups composed of people from similar backgrounds are preferable to groups composed of people from different backgrounds. large groups aren’t necessarily better at solving problems than individuals.
Participles – Functions as an adjetive or part of a verb phrase.
Prestige forms – Well established forms associated with powerful figures.
Metaphor – Comparison without using like or as
First Person Plural Pronoun. – Written from an individual perspective expressing a plural concept. – Us or We.
mirthless – without joy or happiness
19. The pаssаge suggests thаt grоups with high mоrale usually make gоod decisions. high-status individuals tend to possess the best problem-solving skills. groups composed of people from similar backgrounds are preferable to groups composed of people from different backgrounds. large groups aren’t necessarily better at solving problems than individuals.
Arbitrary – Something that is doneor chosen at random
desolation – a state of complete emptiness or destruction
enhance – zwiększyć, uwydatnić

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