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4000 Essential English Words 1 Unit 14: A Magical Book

4000 Essential English Words 1 Unit 14: A Magical Book

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  • coach [kəʊtʃ] n. 

coach is a person who teaches sports.

 My coach gets very excited during games.

  • control [kənˈtrəʊl] v. 

To control something is to make it do what you want.

 To control the TV, just push the buttons.

  • description [dɪˈskrɪpʃ(ə)n] n. 

description of someone or something says what they are like.

 I gave a description of the man with the gun and hat to the police.

  • direct [dɪˈrɛkt] adj. 

If something is direct, it goes straight between two places.

 The green path is a direct route to my house.

  • exam [ɪɡˈzam] n. 

An exam is a test.

 I did some practice questions for the math exam on the board.

  • example [ɪɡˈzɑːmp(ə)l] n. 

An example of something is a thing that is typical of it.

 Cola is an example of a soft drink.

  • limit [ˈlɪmɪt] n. 

limit is the largest or smallest amount of something that you allow.

 My mother put a limit on how much I could use the phone.

  • local [ˈləʊk(ə)l] adj. 

If something is local, it is nearby.

 The local market in my neighborhood sells all the food we need.

  • magical [ˈmadʒɪk(ə)l] adj. 

Magical describes a quality that makes someone or something special.

 The fireworks made the night sky look so magical.

  • mail [meɪl] n. 

Mail is letters and other things sent to people.

 I get a lot of mail because I have friends all over the world.

  • novel [ˈnɒv(ə)l] n. 

novel is a book that tells a story.

 He wrote a great novel about ancient China.

  • outline [ˈaʊtlʌɪn] n. 

An outline is the plan for a story or essay.

 Before I wrote my essay, I made an outline.

  • poet [ˈpəʊɪt] n. 

poet is a person who writes poems.

 William Shakespeare was one of the greatest poets.

  • print [prɪnt] v. 

To print something is to put it onto paper.

 Make sure that you print your name clearly.

  • scene [siːn] n. 

scene is one part of a book or movie.

 A movie is made up of many short pieces or scenes.

  • sheet [ʃiːt] n. 

sheet is a thin flat piece of paper.

 I only needed a single sheet of paper to do my homework.

  • silly [ˈsɪli] adj. 

If someone or something is silly, they show a lack of thought.

 I made a silly mistake of dropping mom’s vase.

  • store [stɔː] n. 

store is a place where you can buy things.

 I picked up a few things at the grocery store.

  • suffer [ˈsʌfə] v. 

To suffer is to feel pain.

 Her headache made her suffer all day.

  • technology [tɛkˈnɒlədʒi] n. 

Technology is new things made by using science.

 He loves technology such as laptop computers.

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