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4000 Essential English Words 3 Unit 19: The Magic Pear Tree

4000 Essential English Words 3 Unit 19: The Magic Pear Tree

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  • bench [bentʃ] n. 

bench is a long seat for two or more people.

 Most parks have benches for citizens to relax upon.

  • confront [kənˈfrʌnt] v. 

To confront a hard situation or person is to deal with it.

 The couple has to confront each other about their problems.

  • daisy [ˈdeɪzɪ] n. 

daisy is a small flower with white petals and a yellow center.

 There were a few daisies growing in the field.

  • dispute [diˈspjuːt] n. 

dispute is an argument or disagreement that people have.

 Karen and Brian often have disputes about silly things.

  • horror [ˈhɔ:rər] n. 

Horror is a feeling of being very afraid or shocked.

 The audience screamed in horror when the ghost appeared in the movie.

  • incident [ˈɪnsədənt] n. 

An incident is an event that is usually not pleasant.

 Mr. Wilson had an incident where he became sick and had to leave.

  • mist [mist] n. 

Mist is water that you can see in the air or on a surface.

 The forest was covered with mist.

  • object [ˈɒbdʒɪkt] n. 

An object is an inanimate thing that you can see or touch.

 The shopping cart was filled with objects.

  • orphan [ˈɔːrfən] n. 

An orphan is a child who does not have parents.

 The orphan frequently cried during the night.

  • plot [plɔt] v. 

To plot is to make a secret plan to do something that is wrong or mean.

 The group was plotting to ruin the company’s financial reports.

  • pregnant [ˈpregnənt] adj. 

When a female is pregnant, she is going to have a baby.

 The pregnant woman was shopping for baby clothes.

  • rage [reɪdʒ] n. 

Rage is a very angry feeling.

 The chef was filled with rage when his helpers ruined the meal.

  • revenge [rɪˈvendʒ] n. 

Revenge is what you do to hurt or punish someone who hurts you.

 He broke his sister’s doll as revenge after she lost his favorite book.

  • shame [ʃeɪm] n. 

Shame is a bad feeling about things you have done wrong.

 The boy felt shame about misplacing his clothes.

  • sigh [saɪ] v. 

To sigh is to breathe out loudly and show that you are tired or sad.

 Molly sighed when she looked at all the information she had to research.

  • sneak [sniːk] v. 

To sneak is to move quietly so that no one hears or sees you.

 The thief snuck out of the house without anyone noticing him.

  • spare [spɛə:r] v. 

To spare something is to give it because you have more than you need.

 I wanted to help him but I couldn’t spare a tire.

  • stem [stem] n. 

The stem of a plant is the stick that grows leaves or flowers.

 The rose had a long thin stem.

  • supper [ˈsʌpər] n. 

Supper is a meal that is eaten in the evening.

 We usually have supper around 6 o ’clock at my house.

  • tender [ˈtendə:r] adj. 

When something is tender, it is soft and easy to chew.

 The meat was so tender they didn’t need knives to cut it with.

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