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geography in English:

1. geographical geographical

The geographical features here are similar to those of our prefecture.
This store enjoys a geographical advantage.

English word "geography"(geographical) occurs in sets:

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2. guarantee guarantee

I can guarantee that you won’t regret it.
There was no guarantee of a contract at the end of the internship.
under guarantee
Should the word processor go wrong, we guarantee to replace it free of charge.
There is a good number of problems for which the Karush-Kuhn-Tucker conditions are insufficient to guarantee optimality, but this doesn't change the fact that these conditions are an indispensable tool for doing optimization.
What guarantee do I have that you'll keep up your end of the bargain?
A firewall will guarantee Internet security.
However, the guarantee is not effective at all outside the fixed form.
This is genuine Kutani-ware. I guarantee it.
We will grant you a special discount of 5% provided that you could guarantee placing regular orders.
Relying on strength alone cannot guarantee victory.
I guarantee you will get a good score if you study a lot!
"On the other hand this is a guarantee of stable income for our farmers. "
Their savings will guarantee a nice retirement for them.
They are guaranteed to arrive in style and always in plenty of time for that important day.

3. maths maths

If you don’t like numbers then you’re unlikely to be very good at maths.
Liz is very good at maths.
James is very good at maths.
I’m not good with numbers so I don’t like maths.
When I was a child I didn't like maths very much.
I was never good at maths.
She was made to learn maths.
I like English better than maths.
I like maths.
He asked me if I like maths.
Maths. Homework's about derivatives, but I really can't seem to cope with it.
John is good at maths.
I have a natural talent for maths.
They made her learn maths.