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4000 Essential English Words 1 Unit 25: Joe’s Pond

4000 Essential English Words 1 Unit 25: Joe’s Pond

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  • associate [əˈsəʊʃɪət] v.
    To associate means to connect something with a person or thing.
    Most people associate birthday parties with having fun.
  • environment [ɪnˈvʌɪrənm(ə)nt] n.
    The environment is the place where people work or live.
    Keeping our environment clean is important to our health.
  • factory [ˈfakt(ə)ri] n.
    A factory is a building where things are made or put together.
    We have only one factory in our town.
  • feature [ˈfiːtʃə] n.
    A feature is an important part of something.
    The cell phone has many features.
  • instance [ˈɪnst(ə)ns] n.
    An instance is an example of something.
    I have never experienced an instance of hate. Have you?
  • involve [ɪnˈvɒlv] v.
    To involve means to be actively taking part in something.
    The whole family was involved in playing the game.
  • medicine [ˈmɛdɪsɪn] n.
    Medicine is something you take to feel better or treat an illness.
    The doctor gave me medicine for my cold.
  • mix [mɪks] n.
    A mix is different things put together.
    The green mix we made in science class spilled onto the table.
  • organize [ˈɔːɡ(ə)nʌɪz] v.
    To organize is to plan or get ready for an event.
    Make a list to help you organize the things you need.
  • period [ˈpɪərɪəd] n.
    A period is an amount of time when something happens.
    In one period in Europe, there were many knights.
  • populate [ˈpɒpjʊleɪt] v.
    If people populate an area, they live there.
    Billions of people populate the Earth.
  • produce [prəˈdjuːs] v.
    To produce something is to make or grow it.
    This tree produces apples every year.
  • range [reɪn(d)ʒ] n.
    A range is a number or a set of similar things.
    I saw a range of cars to choose from.
  • recognize [ˈrɛkəɡnʌɪz] v.
    To recognize something is to know it because you have seen it before.
    I recognized an old friend from many years ago.
  • regular [ˈrɛɡjʊlə] adj.
    If something is regular, it happens often and in equal amounts of time.
    Our regular lunchtime is around noon.
  • sign [sʌɪn] n.
    A sign is a notice giving information, directions, a warning, etc.
    The sign indicated that today would be a bad day.
  • tip [tɪp] n.
    A tip is a pointed end of something.
    The tip of his pen was very sharp.
  • tradition [trəˈdɪʃ(ə)n] n.
    A tradition is something people have been doing for a long time.
    Marriage is a tradition all over the world.
  • trash [traʃ] n.
    Trash is waste material or unwanted or worthless things.
    Please take out the trash; it smells bad.
  • wide [wʌɪd] adj.
    If something is wide, it is large from side to side.
    The door was as wide as my arms.

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