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4000 Essential English Words 1 Unit 21: Katy

4000 Essential English Words 1 Unit 21: Katy

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  • appear [əˈpɪə] v. 

To appear is to seem.

 She appeared to be sad. She was crying.

  • base [beɪs] n. 

The base is the bottom of something.

 The base of the table has three legs.

  • brain [breɪn] n. 

The brain is the organ in your head that lets you think.

 You must use your brain to solve the problem.

  • career [kəˈrɪə] n. 

career is a job that you do for a large part of your life.

 He was in the hospitality business for most of his career.

  • clerk [klɑːk] n. 

clerk is a type of worker. Clerks in a store help customers.

 The clerk added up her bill for the groceries.

  • effort [ˈɛfət] n. 

Effort is hard work or an attempt to do something.

 He always puts a lot of effort into his studies.

  • enter [ˈɛntə] v. 

To enter a place is to go into it.

 Two guards greeted me as I entered the front door.

  • excellent [ˈɛks(ə)l(ə)nt] adj. 

When something is excellent, it is very good.

 I got an excellent score on my school test.

  • hero [ˈhɪərəʊ] n. 

hero is a brave person who does things to help others.

 To children, the man in the blue and red costume was a real hero.

  • hurry [ˈhʌri] v. 

To hurry is to do something quickly.

 I hurried home on my bike.

  • inform [ɪnˈfɔːm] v. 

To inform someone is to tell them about something.

 I called and informed her about my idea.

  • later [ˈleɪtə] adv. 

Later means after the present, expected, or usual time.

 She missed the train, so she’ll arrive a little later than expected.

  • leave [liːv] v. 

To leave means to go away from someone or something.

 He packed his bag and was ready to leave for home.

  • locate [lə(ʊ)ˈkeɪt] v. 

To locate something is to find it.

 I could not locate my keys in the house.

  • nurse [nəːs] n. 

nurse is a person who helps sick people in the hospital.

 A nurse helped me get better.

  • operation [ɒpəˈreɪʃ(ə)n] n. 

An operation is when a doctor replaces or removes something in the body.

 The operation on my arm was a success.

  • pain [peɪn] n. 

Pain is the feeling that you have when you are hurt.

 His head was full of pain.

  • refuse [rɪˈfjuːz] v. 

To refuse something is to say “no” to it.

 The dog refused to play with the cat.

  • though [ðəʊ] conj. 

Though is used when the second idea makes the first seem surprising.

 Though he was overweight, he liked to be active.

  • various [ˈvɛːrɪəs] adj. 

If something is various, there are many types of it.

 She owned shoes of various styles.

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