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4000 Essential English Words 1 Unit 4: The Dog’s Bell


4000 Essential English Words 1 Unit 4: The Dog’s Bell

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Target Words

  • appropriate [əˈprəʊprɪeɪt] adj. 

When a thing is appropriate, it is right or normal.

 It’s appropriate to wear a suit when you go to the office.

  • avoid [əˈvɔɪd] v. 

To avoid something is to stay away from it.

 Avoid the broken bottle on the floor.

  • behave [bɪˈheɪv] v. 

To behave is to act in a particular way, especially to be good.

 She always behaves well when her father is around.

  • calm [kɑːm] adj. 

When someone is calm, they do not get excited or upset.

 A nice warm bath makes me feel so calm.

  • concern [kənˈsəːn] n. 

Concern is a feeling of worry.

 I was filled with concern after reading the newspaper.

  • content [kənˈtɛnt] adj. 

To be content is to be happy and not want more.

 The baby looked very content sitting on the floor.

  • expect [ɪkˈspɛkt] v. 

If you expect something to happen, you believe it will happen.

 I expect the bus to be here very soon.

  • frequently [ˈfriːkwəntli] adv. 

When something happens frequently, it happens often.

 We meet frequently, either at the beginning or ending of the week.

  • habit [ˈhabɪt] n. 

habit is a thing that you do often.

 Smoking is a bad habit that can kill you.

  • instruct [ɪnˈstrʌkt] v. 

To instruct is to teach.

 My teacher instructs us in several subjects.

  • issue [ˈɪʃuː] n. 

An issue is an important topic.

 The men spoke about issues that were important to the people.

  • none [nəʊn] pron. 

None means not any of someone or something.

 He spent all his money. There is none left.

  • patient [ˈpeɪʃ(ə)nt] adj. 

If a person is patient, they don’t become angry or upset easily.

 I had to be patient and wait until 5 o’clock to leave.

  • positive [ˈpɒzɪtɪv] adj. 

If something is positive, it is good.

 She has a positive future ahead of her after finishing college.

  • punish [ˈpʌnɪʃ] v. 

To punish means to make someone suffer for breaking the rules or laws.

 To punish me, my teacher had me stand in the corner.

  • represent [rɛprɪˈzɛnt] v. 

To represent is to speak or act for a person or group.

 My lawyer will represent me in court.

  • shake [ʃeɪk] v. 

To shake is to move back and forth or up and down quickly.

 When people shake hands, it usually means they agree.

  • spread [sprɛd] v. 

To spread is to move quickly to more places.

 I like to spread butter on my toast.

  • stroll [strəʊl] v. 

To stroll means to walk slowly and calmly.

 My dog and I strolled through the park today.

  • village [ˈvɪlɪdʒ] n. 

village is a very small town.

 There are only a few houses in my village.


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