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4000 Essential English Words 3 Unit 11: Peter and the Dwarf

4000 Essential English Words 3 Unit 11: Peter and the Dwarf

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  • abnormal [æbˈnɔ:rməl] adj. 

If something is abnormal, it is strange or not normal.

 Her idea of art is a bit too abnormal for me.

  • bamboo [bæmˈbu:] n. 

Bamboo is a hard plant with thin branches and leaves.

 Outside his home, there is a lot of bamboo.

  • blossom [ˈblɑsəm] n. 

blossom is a flower or group of flowers.

 There were colorful blossoms in the yard.

  • compass [ˈkʌmpəs] n. 

compass is a device used to tell what direction one is going.

 A compass is an important tool to have when you are traveling.

  • dialect [ˈdaɪəlekt] n. 

dialect is a regional variety of language showing where you are from.

 People from the U.K. have a different dialect of English from those in the U.K.

  • dishonest [dɪsˈɒnɪst] adj. 

If someone is dishonest, they do not tell the truth.

 She was being dishonest when she copied the answers from his test.

  • dwarf [dwɔːrf] n. 

dwarf is a creature from stories that often looks like a short, hairy man.

 The dwarf had a pleasant look on his face.

  • ecosystem [i:kousɪstəm] n. 

An ecosystem is a group of plants and animals in an area.

 The river’s ecosystem not only includes fish but other insects and plants too.

  • fatal [ˈfeɪtl] adj. 

If something is fatal, it causes death.

 They passed away in a fatal car crash.

  • impatient [ɪmˈpeɪʃənt] adj. 

If someone is impatient, they are not able to wait for things.

 Bob was so impatient that he could barely wait for the light to turn green.

  • leaf [li:f] n. 

leaf is the flat green thing on trees or bushes.

 In the fall, the leaves on the trees change colors.

  • manuscript [ˈmӕnjəskript] n. 

manuscript is an old book or paper written by hand.

 The manuscript was written over 150 years ago.

  • marsh [mɑːrʃ] n. 

marsh is a type of wet land covered with grasses and short plants.

 The marsh looked so lovely against the mountains.

  • patience [ˈpeɪʃəns] n. 

Patience is the ability to wait for something without becoming upset.

 Sue’s patience was rewarded by catching her very first fish.

  • perfume [pəˈ:rfjuːm] n. 

Perfume is a good-smelling liquid that girls wear.

 When she wore her perfume, everyone said she smelled great.

  • pond [pɒnd] n. 

pond is a very small area of water.

 The ducks swam in the pond.

  • proverb [ˈprɒvəːrb] n. 

proverb is a short saying that tells you something important.

 The proverb “egg on your face” means you’ve done something embarrassing.

  • pursuit [pərsuːt] n. 

pursuit is a chase.

 The dinosaur was in pursuit of the caveman.

  • recite [rɪˈsaɪt] v. 

To recite something means to repeat or say aloud in front of a group.

 Katie recited the Pledge of Allegiance in class.

  • wilderness [ˈwɪldə:rnɪs] n. 

wilderness is an area where no people live.

 If you are not careful, you can get lost in the wilderness.

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