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4000 Essential English Words 2 Unit 7: A Beautiful Bird

4000 Essential English Words 2 Unit 7: A Beautiful Bird

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  • basis [ˈbeɪsɪs] n.
    To do something on time’s basis is how often you do it.
    My grandfather gets his hearing checked on a yearly basis.
  • biology [baɪˈɒlədʒɪ] n.
    Biology is the study of living things.
    We learned about the human heart in biology
  • cage [keɪdʒ] n.
    A cage is something that holds an animal so it cannot leave.
    We put the parrots in their cage at night.
  • colleague [ˈkɒliːg] n.
    A colleague is somebody you work with.
    My colleague helped me finish the job.
  • colony [ˈkɒlənɪ] n.
    A colony is a country controlled by another country.
    The USA was at one time a colony of Great Britain.
  • debate [dɪˈbeɪt] v.
    To debate is to seriously discuss something with someone.
    The husband and wife debated over which TV to buy.
  • depart [dɪˈpɑːrt] v.
    To depart is to leave some place so you can go to another place.
    The plane departed for Italy at 3:00 this afternoon.
  • depress [dɪˈpres] v.
    To depress someone is to make them sad.
    The bad news from work depressed the man.
  • factual [ˈfæktjʊəl] adj.
    When something is factual, it is true.
    John learns about history from factual
  • fascinate [ˈfæsəˌneɪt] v.
    To fascinate someone is to make them really like something.
    The kitten was fascinated by the ball of yarn.
  • mission [ˈmɪʃən] n.
    A mission is an important job that is sometimes far away.
    The woman’s mission was to help sick people.
  • nevertheless [ˌnevəðəˈles] adv.
    You use nevertheless to show that something goes against a fact.
    He is usually friendly. Nevertheless, he wasn’t this afternoon.
  • occupation [ˌɒkjʊˈpeɪʃən] n.
    An occupation is a person’s job.
    My father’s occupation is a dentist.
  • overseas [ˌəʊvəˈsiːz] adv.
    If you go overseas, you go to a country on the other side of an ocean.
    John often goes overseas for vacations.
  • persuade [pəˈsweɪd] v.
    To persuade someone is to make them agree to do something.
    The children persuaded their parents to buy them gifts.
  • route [ruːt] n.
    A route is the way you go from one place to another.
    I saw many new houses along the route to the city.
  • ruins [ˈruːɪnz] n.
    Ruins are old buildings that are not used anymore.
    I visited some interesting ruins in Greece.
  • scholar [ˈskɒlə:r] n.
    A scholar is a person who studies something and knows much about it.
    The scholar knew much about art history.
  • significant [sɪgˈnɪfɪkənt] adj.
    When someone or something is significant, they are important.
    I read many significant novels as a literature major in university.
  • volcano [vɒlˈkeɪnəʊ] n.
    A volcano is a mountain with a hole on top where hot liquid comes out.
    When the volcano erupted, smoke and heat filled the air.

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