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Topic: EDUCATION


introductory

adjective
     
in‧tro‧duc‧to‧ry [only before noun]
1TCN said or written at the beginning of a book, speech etc in order to explain what it is about
introductory chapter/paragraph
the objectives described in the introductory chapter
as the chairman said in his introductory remarks
2SE intended for people who have never done a particular activity before:
an introductory course in data processing
3BBT

introductory offer/price etc

a special low price that is charged for a new product for a limited period of time:
Don't miss our introductory offer!
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