CEFR Level C1 vocabulary: EQUIVALENT

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CEFR Level C1 Vocabulary: LACK

This word is from CEFR Level C1 list 3

MEANING:  the same or equal to something else
EXAMPLE: One US dollar is equivalent to about 65p in the UK.
STRESS: e-QUIV-a-lent
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Quick test. Are the sentences below CORRECT or INCORRECT?
1. If the item is broken, we will refund your money or offer an equivalent replacement.
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This is correct

2. In some countries, $1000 is equivalent to a full month’s wages.
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This is correct

3.  (In a restaurant talking to a waiter)  ‘I’ll have the steak please.’ ‘Yes, I’ll have the equivalent too’.
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This is not correct – the speaker should have said ‘the same’  because the speaker is not comparing it to something else

4. The Empire State Building is equivalent to the Eiffel Tower in France – they are both tall, well known landmarks.
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This is correct

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