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4000 Essential English Words 1 Unit 26: Archie and His Donkey

4000 Essential English Words 1 Unit 26: Archie and His Donkey

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  • advice [ədˈvʌɪs] n.
    Advice is an opinion about what to do.
    I don’t know how to study for my exams. Can you give me some advice?
  • along [əˈlɒŋ] prep.
    Along means to move from one part of a road, river, etc. to another.
    Walk along this tunnel for ten minutes, and you’ll see a door on the left.
  • attention [əˈtɛnʃ(ə)n] n.
    Attention is the notice, thought, or consideration of someone.
    His work got the attention of two of his co-workers.
  • attract [əˈtrakt] v.
    To attract means to make a person or thing come closer or be interested.
    The magnet attracted the metal.
  • climb [klʌɪm] v.
    To climb means to use your hands and feet to go up on something.
    The girls climbed to the top of the mountain.
  • drop [drɒp] v.
    To drop is to fall or allow something to fall.
    A small amount of water dropped from the bottle.
  • final [ˈfʌɪn(ə)l] adj.
    If something is final, it is the last part.
    In the final part of the film, the man and the woman got married.
  • further [ˈfəːðə] adj.
    Further is used to say something is from a distance or time.
    The escalator is further along than I thought.
  • imply [ɪmˈplʌɪ] v.
    To imply something is to suggest it without saying it.
    The man implied that he wanted the job, but he didn’t say so.
  • maintain [meɪnˈteɪn] v.
    To maintain means to make something stay the same.
    The balls maintain constant movement.
  • neither [ˈnʌɪðə] adv.
    You use neither to connect two negative statements.
    Neither the pass on the left nor the pass on the right will lead us home.
  • otherwise [ˈʌðəwʌɪz] adv.
    Otherwise means different or in another way.
    It’s good to stay active; otherwise, you’ll gain weight.
  • physical [ˈfɪzɪk(ə)l] adj.
    If something is physical, it is related to your body and not your mind.
    Biking is good for your physical health.
  • prove [pruːv] v.
    To prove something is to show that it is true.
    My teacher proved the answer on the board.
  • react [rɪˈakt] v.
    To react is to act in a certain way because of something that happened.
    James reacted badly to the news.
  • ride [rʌɪd] v.
    To ride something is to travel on it. You can ride an animal, a bike, etc.
    I will ride a roller-coaster for the first time today.
  • situated [ˈsɪtʃʊeɪtid] adj.
    If something is situated somewhere, it is in that place.
    The white board is situated between the two men.
  • society [səˈsʌɪɪti] n.
    Society is people and the way that they live.
    Society expects people to be good and honest.
  • standard [ˈstandəd] n.
    A standard is what people consider normal or good.
    This older model TV is below our store’s standards.

suggest [səˈdʒɛst] v.
To suggest something means to give an idea or plan about it.
He suggested that we go to see his boss.

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