IELTS Vocabulary – Family

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  • distractions – a thing that prevents someone from concentrating on something else.
    “the firm found passenger travel a distraction from the main business of moving freight”
  • obey – submit to the authority of (someone) or comply with (a law).
    “I always obey my father”
  • how they see fit – consider it correct, appropriate or acceptable to do something.
    “why did the company see fit to give you the job?”
  • step out of line – behave inappropriately or disobediently.
    “if you step out of line once more you’re fired!”
  • nurture the relationships – care for and protect (someone or something)
    “Jarrett was nurtured by his parents in a close-knit family”
Collocations / Phrases: 
  • at the table – while eating a meal at the kitchen table
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