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4000 Essential English Words 1 Unit 1: The Lion and the Rabbit


4000 Essential English Words 1 Unit 1: The Lion and the Rabbit

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Target Word List

  • afraid [əˈfreid] adj. 

When someone is afraid, they feel fear.

 The woman was afraid of what she saw.

  • agree [əˈɡriː] v. 

To agree is to say “yes” or to think the same way.

 A: The food is very good in that restaurant. B: I agree with you.

  • angry [ˈæŋɡrɪ] adj. 

When someone is angry, they may want to speak loudly or fight.

 She didn’t do her homework, so her father is angry.

  • arrive [əˈraɪv] v. 

To arrive is to get to or reach someplace.

 The bus always arrives at the corner of my street at 4:00.

  • attack [əˈtæk] v. 

To attack is to try to fight or to hurt.

 The man with the sword attacked the other man first.

  • bottom [ˈbɒtəm] n. 

The bottom is the lowest part.

 The bottom of my shoe has a hole in it.

  • clever [ˈklɛv ər] adj. 

When someone is clever, they can solve a hard puzzle or problem.

 The clever boy thought of a good idea.

  • cruel [ˈkruːəl] adj. 

When someone is cruel, they do bad things to hurt others.

 The cruel man yelled at his sister.

  • finally [ˈfaɪnəlɪ] adv. 

If something happens finally, it happens after a long time or at the end.

 He finally crossed the finish line after five hours of running.

  • hide [haɪd] v. 

To hide is to try not to let others see you.

 The other children will hide while you count to 100.

  • hunt [hʌnt] v. 

To hunt is to look for or search for an animal to kill.

 Long ago, people hunted with bows and arrows.

  • lot [lɒt] n. 

lot means a large number or amount of people, animals, things, etc.

 There are a lot of apples in the basket.

  • middle [mɪdl] n. 

The middle of something is the center or halfway point.

 The Canadian flag has a maple leaf in the middle of it.

  • moment [ˈmoʊmənt] n. 

moment is a second or a very short time.

 I was only a few moments late for the meeting.

  • pleased [pli:zd] adj. 

When someone is pleased, they are happy.

 She was pleased with the phone call she received.

  • promise [ˈprɒmɪs] v. 

To promise is to say you will do something for sure.

 He promised to return my key by tomorrow.

  • reply [rɪˈplaɪ] v. 

To reply is to give an answer or say back to someone.

 She asked him what time his meeting was. He replied, “at three.”

  • safe [seɪf] adj. 

When a person is safe, they are not in danger.

 Put on your seat belt in the car to be safe.

  • trick [trɪk] n. 

trick is something you do to fool another person.

 His card trick really surprised us.

  • well [wɛl] adv.

You use well to say that something was done in a good way.

 The couple can dance quite well.


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