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4000 Essential English Words 1 Unit 22: A Better Reward

4000 Essential English Words 1 Unit 22: A Better Reward

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  • actual [ˈaktʃʊəl] adj. 

Actual means that something is real or true.

 This is the actual sword that the King owned, not a fake one.

  • amaze [əˈmeɪz] v. 

To amaze someone is to surprise them very much.

 The news in the paper amazed Jack.

  • charge [tʃɑːdʒ] n. 

charge is the price to pay for something.

 The charge for the shirts was $15.00.

  • comfort [ˈkʌmfət] v. 

To comfort someone means to make them feel better.

 I wanted to comfort my friend after I heard the bad news.

  • contact [kənˈtakt] v. 

To contact someone is to speak or write to them.

 I contacted Sue about my party.

  • customer [ˈkʌstəmə] n. 

customer is a person who buys something at a store.

 The customer put a few items in a bag.

  • deliver [dɪˈlɪvə] v. 

To deliver something is to take it from one place to another.

 The man delivered Chinese food to my house.

  • earn [əːn] v. 

To earn means to get money for the work you do.

 He earns his living as a chef in a great restaurant.

  • gate [ɡeɪt] n. 

gate is a type of door. Gates are usually made of metal or wood.

 We want to put up a wooden gate around our house.

  • include [ɪnˈkluːd] v. 

To include something means to have it as part of a group.

 Does this meal include a soft drink?

  • manage [ˈmanɪdʒ] v. 

To manage something means to control or be in charge of it.

 I had to manage the meeting myself.

  • mystery [ˈmɪst(ə)ri] n. 

mystery is something that is difficult to understand or explain.

 The path on the map was a complete mystery to me.

  • occur [əˈkəː] v. 

To occur means to happen.

 When did the thunderstorm occur?

  • opposite [ˈɒpəzɪt] n. 

If A is the opposite of B, A is completely different from B.

 The opposite of black is white.

  • plate [pleɪt] n. 

plate is a flat round thing that you put food on.

 I put my plate down so I could put some food on it.

  • receive [rɪˈsiːv] v. 

To receive something is to get it.

 I received a present on my birthday.

  • reward [rɪˈwɔːd] n. 

reward is something given in exchange for good behavior or work.

 He was given a reward for his excellent performance.

  • set [sɛt] v. 

To set something is to put it somewhere.

 Please set the dice down on the table.

  • steal [stiːl] v. 

To steal is to take something that is not yours.

 The men tried to steal money from the bank.

  • thief [θiːf] n. 

thief is someone who quietly takes things that do not belong to them.

 A thief broke into our home and took my mother’s jewelry.

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