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4000 Essential English Words 1 Unit 2: The Laboratory

4000 Essential English Words 1 Unit 2: The Laboratory

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  • adventure [ədˈventʃər] n. 

An adventure is a fun or exciting thing that you do.

 Riding in the rough water was an adventure.

  • approach [əˈproʊtʃ] v. 

To approach something means to move close to it.

 The boy approached his school.

  • carefully [kɛərfəli] adv. 

Carefully means with great attention, especially to detail or safety.

 The baby carefully climbed down the stairs.

  • chemical [ˈkɛmɪkəl] n. 

chemical is something that scientists use in chemistry.

 The scientist mixed the chemicals.

  • create [kriˈeit] v. 

To create means to make something new.

 She created an igloo from blocks of snow.

  • evil [ˈiːvəl] adj. 

Evil describes something or someone bad or cruel, not good.

 The evil figure scared us all.

  • experiment [ikˈsperəmənt] n. 

An experiment is a test that you do to see what will happen.

 The student did an experiment in science class.

  • kill [kil] v. 

To kill someone or something is to make them die.

 I killed the fly with a fly swatter.

  • laboratory [ˈlӕbrəto:ri] n. 

laboratory is a room where a scientist works.

 My mother works in a laboratory.

  • laugh [læf] n. 

Laugh is the sound made when someone is happy or a funny thing occurs.

 The sound of their laugh filled the room.

  • loud [laʊd] adj. 

If a sound is loud, it is strong and very easy to hear.

 The man’s voice was so loud that we all could hear him.

  • nervous [ˈnɜr vəs] adj. 

When a person is nervous, they think something bad will happen.

 The boy became nervous when he heard the news.

  • noise [nɔɪz] n. 

noise is an unpleasant sound.

 The crying baby made a loud noise.

  • project [ˈprodʒekt] n. 

project is a type of work that you do for school or a job.

 His afternoon work project was to paint the room green.

  • scare [skɛər] v. 

To scare someone is to make them feel afraid.

 My uncle was scared by what he saw in the room.

  • secret [ˈsiːkrɪt] n. 

secret is something that you do not tell other people.

 The two boys were sharing a secret.

  • shout [ʃaʊt] v. 

To shout is to say something loudly.

 My boss shouted at me because I was late for work.

  • smell [smel] v. 

To smell something means to use your nose to sense it.

 The two friends smelled the flower.

  • terrible [ˈtɛrəbəl] adj. 

If something is terrible, it is very bad.

 The way he treated his classmate was terrible.

  • worse [wɜrs] adj. 

If something is worse, it is of poorer quality than another thing.

 Business was worse this month than last month.

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