A

Act
French: AGIR
Polish: DZIAŁAĆ
Italian: AGIRE
Portugese: AGIR

To do something for a particular purpose or to solve a problem

Active
French: ACTIF
Polish: AKTYWNY
Italian: ATTIVO
Portugese: ATIVO

Busy with a particular activity

Awareness
French: CONSCIENCE
Polish: ŚWIADOMOŚĆ
Italian: CONSAPEVOLEZZA
Portugese: CONSCIÊNCIA

Knowing that something exists, or having knowledge or experience of a particular thing

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B

Be
French: ETRE
Polish: BYĆ
Italian: ESSERE
Portugese: SER

Said to say something about a person, thing, or state, to show a permanent or temporary quality, state, job, etc

Building
French: CONSTRUIRE
Polish: BUDOWANIE
Italian: COSTRUIRE
Portugese: CONSTRUÇÃO

The process or business of making structures such as houses or factories

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C

Character
French: PERSONNAGE
Polish: OSOBOWOŚĆ
Italian: PERSONAGGIO
Portugese: PERSONAGEM

The particular combination of qualities in a person or place that makes them different from others

Communication
French: COMMUNICATION
Polish: KOMUNIKACJA
Italian: COMUNICAZIONE
Portugese: COMUNICAÇÃO

The various methods of sending information between people and places, especially phones, computers, radio, etc

Creativity
French: Créativité
Polish: KREATYWNOŚĆ
Italian: CREATIVITÁ
Portugese: CRIATIVIDADE

The ability to produce original and unusual ideas, or to make something new or imaginative

Confidence
French: Confiance
Polish: PEWNOŚĆ SIEBIE
Italian: SICUREZZA
Portugese: CONFIANTE

The quality of being certain of your abilities or of having trust in people, plans, or the future

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E

Emotions
French: EMOTIONS
Polish: EMOCJE
Italian: EMOZIONI
Portugese: EMOÇÕES

A strong feeling such as love or anger, or strong feelings in general

Empathy
French: EMPATHIE
Polish: EMPATIA
Italian: EMPATIA
Portugese: EMPATIA

The ability to share someone else's feelings or experiences by imagining what it would be like to be in that person's situation

Evaluation
French: EVALUATION
Polish: EWALUACJA
Italian: VALUTAZIONE
Portugese: AVALIAÇÃO

To judge or calculate the quality, importance, amount, or value of something

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F

Future
French: FUTURE
Polish: PRZYSZŁOŚĆ
Italian: FUTURO
Portugese: FUTURO

A period of time that is to come

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I

Icebreaker
French: Brise-glace
Polish: PRZEŁAMYWANIE LODÓW
Italian: ICE-BREAKER
Portugese: QUEBRA-GELO

An activity that is used to introduce people to each other so that they feel more relaxed together

Improvisation
French: IMPROVISATION
Polish: IMPROWIZACJA
Italian: IMPROVVISAZIONE
Portugese: IMPROVISAÇÃO

A performance that an actor, musician, etc. has not practised or planned

Invent
French: INVENTER
Polish: WYNALEŹĆ
Italian: INVENTARE
Portugese: INVENTAR

To design and/or create something that has never been made before

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J

Joker
French: JOKER
Polish: DŻOKER
Italian: PAGLIACCIO
Portugese: BRINCALHÃO

A person or factor likely to have an unpredictable effect on events

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L

Listen
French: ECOUTER
Polish: SŁUCHAĆ
Italian: ASCOLTARE
Portugese: OUVIR

To give attention to someone or something in order to hear him, her, or it

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N

Now
French: PRESENT
Polish: TERAZ
Italian: PRESENTE
Portugese: PRESENTE

At the present time, not in the past or future

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O

Observation
French: OBSERVATION
Polish: OBSERWACJA
Italian: OSSERVAZIONE
Portugese: OBSERVAÇÃO

The fact that you notice or see something or a remark about something that you have noticed

Oppressed
French: OPPRIME
Polish: UCIŚNIONY
Italian: OPPRESSO
Portugese: OPRIMIDO

Lack of freedom to act

Oppressor
French: OPPRESSEUR
Polish: CIEMIĘŻCA
Italian: OPPRESSORE
Portugese: OPRESSOR

A person who makes another person or group feel uncomfortable or worried and/ or restricts their

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P

Problem Solving
French: Résolution de problèmes
Polish: ROZWIĄZYWANIE PROBLEMU
Italian: PROBLEM SOLVING
Portugese: RESOLUÇÃO DE PROBLEMAS

The process of finding solutions to problems

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R

Reality
French: REALITE
Polish: RZECZYWISTOŚĆ
Italian: REALTÁ
Portugese: REALIDADE

The state of things as they are, rather than as they are imagined to be

Respect
French: RESPECT
Polish: SZACUNEK
Italian: RISPETTO
Portugese: RESPEITO

Due regard for the feelings, wishes, or rights of others

Responsibility
French: RESPONSABILITE
Polish: ODPOWIEDZIALNOŚĆ
Italian: RESPONSABILITÁ
Portugese: RESPONSABILIDADE

Something that it is your job or duty to deal with

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S

See
French: VOIR
Polish: WIDZIEĆ
Italian: VEDERE
Portugese: VER

To be conscious of what is around you by using your eyes

Skills
French: Compétences
Polish: UMIEJĘTNOŚCI
Italian: COMPETENZE
Portugese: COMPETÊNCIAS

An ability to do an activity or job well, especially because you have practised it

Social
French: Social
Polish: SPOŁECZNY
Italian: SOCIALE
Portugese: SOCIAL

Relating to activities in which you meet and spend time with other people and that happen during the time when you are not working

Solidarity
French: SOLIDARITE
Polish: SOLIDARNOŚĆ
Italian: SOLIDARIETÁ
Portugese: SOLIDARIEDADE

Unity or agreement of feeling or action, especially among individuals with a common interest; mutual support within a group

Spectator
French: SPECTATEUR
Polish: WIDZ
Italian: SPETTATORE
Portugese: ESPECTADOR

A person who watches an activity

Spontanous
French: SPONTANEE
Polish: SPONTANICZNY
Italian: SPONTANEO
Portugese: ESPONTÂNEO

Happening or done in a natural, often sudden way, without any planning or without being forced

Subject
French: SUJET
Polish: PODMIOT
Italian: SOGGETTO
Portugese: ASSUNTO

The thing that is being discussed, considered, or studied

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T

Theatre
French: THEATRE
Polish: TEATR
Italian: TEATRO
Portugese: TEATRO

A building, room, or outside structure with rows of seats, each row usually higher than the one in front,

Touch
French: TOUCHER
Polish: DOTYKAĆ
Italian: TOCCARE
Portugese: TOCAR

To put your hand or another part of your body lightly onto and off something or someone

Trust
French: CONFIANCE
Polish: ZAUFANIE
Italian: FIDUCIA
Portugese: CONFIANÇA

To believe that someone is good and honest and will not harm you, or that something is safe and reliable

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U

Understand
French: COMPRENDRE
Polish: ROZUMIEĆ
Italian: CAPIRE
Portugese: COMPREENDER

To know the meaning of something or to know why or how something happens or works

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W

Want
French: VOULOIR
Polish: CHCIEĆ
Italian: VOLERE
Portugese: QUERER

To wish for a particular thing or plan of action

Warm Up
French: ECHAUFFEMENT
Polish: ROZGRZEWKA
Italian: WARM-UP
Portugese: AQUECIMENTO

If an event warms up, it starts to become more interesting, enjoyable, or exciting

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