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Study the word list: Tier 2 Words (focus - furthermore)

Tier 2 words are less common than high frequency (Tier 1) words. They are often integral to the comprehension of exam questions or core subject knowledge.

Word list: Tier 2 Words (focus - furthermore)

If you focus on something, it means you direct your attention to it.
Format is the organisation of information and general appearance of a publication.
A formula is a group of symbols that make a mathematical statement.
If someone is forthcoming, it means they are at ease in talking to others.
A foundation is the basis on which something is grounded.
If something has been founded, it means it has been established.
A framework is the underlying structure of something.
The function of something is what it is used for.
A fund is a reserve of money set aside for a specific purpose.
If something is fundamental, it is essential.
Furthermore means in addition.

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