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4000 Essential English Words 2 Unit 22: The Farm Festival

4000 Essential English Words 2 Unit 22: The Farm Festival

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  • alarm [əˈlɑːrm] n.
    An alarm is something that warns people of danger.
    When the students heard the fire alarm, they left the building.
  • apart [əˈpɑːrt] adv.
    When people or things are apart, they are not close together.
    The couple decided to live apart from each other.
  • arrest [əˈrest] v.
    To arrest someone means to catch them for doing something bad.
    The man was arrested for breaking the law.
  • award [əˈwɔːrd] n.
    An award is a prize someone gets for doing something well.
    He got an award for having the best grades in class.
  • breed [briːd] n.
    A breed is a group of animals within a species.
    I like small dog breeds, such as terriers.
  • bucket [ˈbʌkɪt] n.
    A bucket is a round containerto put things in.
    I filled the bucket with water.
  • contest [ˈkɒntest] n.
    A contest is a game or a race.
    The girls had a contest to see who could jump higher.
  • convict [kənˈvikt] v.
    To convict someone means to prove that they did a bad thing.
    He was convicted of the crime and sent to jail.
  • garage [gəˈrɑ:ʒ] n.
    A garage is the part of a house where people put their cars.
    My car does not get dirty because I keep it in the garage.
  • journalist [ˈdʒəːrnəlɪst] n.
    A journalist is a person who writes news stories.
    The journalist took notes for a story he was writing.
  • pup [pʌp] n.
    A pup is a young dog.
    All the girl wanted for her birthday was a pup.
  • qualify [ˈkwɒləfaɪ] v.
    To qualify is to get, or to be declared, adequate or good enough.
    He qualified to go to the final match by beating the opponent.
  • repair [rɪˈpɛə:r] v.
    To repair something is to fix it.
    I repaired the flat tire on my car.
  • resume [rɪˈzuːm] v.
    To resume something means to start it again after taking a break.
    I put the newspaper down to eat breakfast. Then I resumed
  • rob [rɒb] v.
    To rob a person or place is to take their property by using force.
    A thief has robbed me of my passport.
  • slip [slɪp] v.
    To slip means to slide and fall down.
    The man slipped on the wet floor.
  • somewhat [ˈsʌmwɒt] adv.
    Somewhat means to some degree, but not to a large degree.
    James was somewhat upset when he had to move some boxes.
  • stable [ˈsteɪbl] adj.
    When something is stable, it will not fall over.
    The chair is stable. Its legs are strong.
  • tissue [ˈtɪʃuː] n.
    A tissue is a soft piece of paper people use to wipe their noses.
    There was a box of tissue on the table.
  • yard [jɑːrd] n.
    A yard is the ground just outside of a person’s house.
    The girls jumped rope in the yard.

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