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4000 Essential English Words 1 Unit 3: The Report

4000 Essential English Words 1 Unit 3: The Report

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  • alien [ˈeɪljən] n. 

An alien is a creature from a different world.

 The alien came in peace.

  • among [əˈmʌŋ] prep. 

If you are among certain things, they are all around you.

 There was a red apple among the green ones.

  • chart [tʃɑ:rt] n. 

chart is a list of information.

 We used a chart to see how we had improved.

  • cloud [klaʊd] n. 

cloud is a group of water drops in the sky.

 The sky was filled with white clouds.

  • comprehend [ˌkɒmprɪˈhɛnd] v. 

To comprehend something is to understand it.

 Henry could not comprehend the message.

  • describe [dɪˈskraɪb] v. 

To describe is to say or write what someone or something is like.

 They described their tree as colorful with gold ribbon and a star.

  • ever [ˈɛvər] adv. 

Ever means at any time.

 Going skiing last winter was the most fun I’ve ever had.

  • fail [feɪl] v. 

To fail means you do not succeed in what you try to do.

 Since he failed to get the job, he was sad.

  • friendly [ˈfrɛndlɪ] adj. 

Friendly is behaving in a pleasant, kind way toward someone.

 The friendly animals came up to the girl.

  • grade [ɡreɪd] n. 

grade is a score or mark given to someone’s work.

 I managed to get good grades on my report card.

  • instead [inˈsted] adv. 

Instead means in place of.

 He ate the carrot instead of the ice cream.

  • library [ˈlaibrəri] n. 

library is a place where you go to read books.

 The library at school is full of books.

  • planet [ˈplænət] n. 

planet is a large round thing in space.

 Saturn is the planet with the ring around it.

  • report [rɪˈpɔrt] n. 

report is something students write for school.

 Karen had trouble writing her report.

  • several [ˈsɛvərəl] adj. 

Several is more than two but not many.

 He had to read several books for class.

  • solve [sɒlv] v. 

To solve something is to find an answer to it.

 All the students could easily solve the math problem.

  • suddenly [ˈsʌd(ə)nli] adv. 

If something happens suddenly, it happens quickly and unexpectedly.

 I was suddenly surprised by the cake my friends brought me.

  • suppose [səˈpəʊz] v. 

To suppose is to guess.

 I suppose I should go home now.

  • universe [ˈjuːnɪvəːs] n. 

The universe is the known or supposed objects in space.

 The universe is so large that it cannot be measured.

  • view [vjuː] v. 

To view is to look at something.

 Michael likes to view himself in the mirror.

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