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4000 Essential English Words 1 Unit 27: The Spider and the Bird

4000 Essential English Words 1 Unit 27: The Spider and the Bird

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  • actually [ˈaktʃʊəli] adv.
    Actually means in fact or really.
    My dad looks a little mean, but actually, he’s very kind.
  • bite [bʌɪt] n.
    Bite is the act of using your teeth to cut and tear into something.
    The boy took a big bite out of his hamburger.
  • coast [kəʊst] n.
    The coast is the land by an ocean.
    I stayed on the southern coast of Australia.
  • deal [diːl] n.
    A deal is an agreement that you have with another person.
    I made a deal with the other company to give us some money.
  • desert [dɪˈzəːt] n.
    The desert is an area of land without many plants or water.
    Not many plants grow in the desert.
  • earthquake [ˈəːθkweɪk] n.
    An earthquake is a shaking movement of the ground.
    The building shook during the earthquake.
  • effective [ɪˈfɛktɪv] adj.
    If something is effective, it works well.
    Swimming is an effective way to stay healthy.
  • examine [ɪɡˈzamɪn] v.
    To examine something is to look at it carefully.
    The doctor examined my eyes today.
  • false [fɔːls] adj.
    If something is false, it is not correct.
    If you think the answer is false, press the red button.
  • gift [ɡɪft] n.
    A gift is something you give someone.
    Dave received many gifts for Christmas.
  • hunger [ˈhʌŋɡə] n.
    Hunger is the feeling that you get when you need to eat.
    After playing all day long, he was filled with hunger.
  • imagine [ɪˈmadʒɪn] v.
    To imagine something is to think of it in your mind.
    Sally imagined herself winning lots of money.
  • journey [ˈdʒəːni] n.
    A journey is a long trip.
    I went on a journey across the country with my parents.
  • puzzle [ˈpʌz(ə)l] n.
    A puzzle is something that is hard to understand.
    The question was a puzzle to him.
  • quite [kwʌɪt] adv.
    Quite is used to say that something is complete or very much.
    I think typing on a keyboard is quite easy.
  • rather [ˈrɑːðə] adv.
    Rather is used when you want to do one thing but not the other.
    I would rather have the red one than the blue one.
  • specific [spəˈsɪfɪk] adj.
    If something is specific, it is precise or exact.
    Please choose a specific place on the map.
  • tour [tʊə] n.
    A tour is a short trip in which you see many sights.
    I took a tour of Asia and Europe.
  • trip [trɪp] n.
    A trip is a journey to a certain place.
    Ken took a trip to the city yesterday.

value [ˈvaljuː] n.
If something has value, it is worth a lot of money.
Matthew found a treasure of very high value.


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