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4000 Essential English Words 1 Unit 7: The Best Prince

4000 Essential English Words 1 Unit 7: The Best Prince

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  • allow [əˈlaʊ] v. 

To allow something to happen means to let it happen.

 Having a ticket will allow you to enter the show.

  • announce [əˈnaʊns] v. 

To announce something is to make it known.

 He announced to everyone his new idea for the company.

  • beside [bɪˈsʌɪd] prep. 

When someone or something is beside you, they are next to you.

 The two brothers stood beside each other.

  • challenge [ˈtʃalɪn(d)ʒ] n. 

challenge is something difficult to complete.

 It was a challenge to climb to the top of the mountain.

  • claim [kleɪm] v. 

To claim means to say that something is true.

 He claimed to know why the country’s laws were weak.

  • condition [kənˈdɪʃ(ə)n] n. 

The condition of someone or something is the state that they are in.

 The patient’s condition was very good.

  • contribute [kənˈtrɪbjuːt] v. 

To contribute to something means to do something to make it successful.

 We decided to contribute money to the new hospital.

  • difference [ˈdɪf(ə)r(ə)ns] n. 

difference is a way that something is not like other things.

 The biggest difference between the birds is the color of their feathers.

  • divide [dɪˈvʌɪd] v. 

To divide something is to make it into smaller parts.

 We divided the pizza.

  • expert [ˈɛkspəːt] n. 

An expert is someone who is very good at doing something.

 The wizard was an expert at magic.

  • famous [ˈfeɪməs] adj. 

If someone or something is famous, they are known to many people.

 The Eiffel Tower in Paris is very famous.

  • force [fɔːs] n. 

Force is a person’s strength or power.

 He used all his force to try and open the door.

  • harm [hɑːm] n. 

Harm is hurt or problems caused to someone or something.

 A hot iron can cause great harm if you are not careful.

  • lay [leɪ] v. 

To lay means to put or place in a horizontal or flat position.

 Don’t lay your socks on the floor.

  • peace [piːs] n. 

Peace is a time without war.

A white dove is a symbol for peace.

  • prince [prɪns] n. 

prince is the son of a king.

 The prince and the princess were married.

  • protect [prəˈtɛkt] v. 

To protect someone is to stop them from getting hurt.

 Firemen protect us from fires.

  • sense [sɛns] v. 

To sense something is to know about it without being told.

 I could sense that he was watching me.

  • sudden [ˈsʌd(ə)n] adj. 

When something is sudden, it happens very quickly.

 He felt a sudden pain in his chest.

  • therefore [ˈðɛːfɔː] adv. 

Therefore means for this reason.

 He is fat. Therefore, he will go on a diet.

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