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4000 Essential English Words 4 Unit 3: The Young Man and the Old Man

4000 Essential English Words 4 Unit 3: The Young Man and the Old Man

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  • admonish [ədˈmɒnɪʃ] v. 

To admonish someone is to tell them you disapprove of their behavior.

 The teacher admonished Mark because he was chewing gum in class.

  • audible [ˈɔːdəbl] adj. 

If something is audible, then it is able to be heard.

 The sound of the drums was audible from miles away.

  • awesome [ˈɔːsəm] adj. 

If something or someone is awesome, they are impressive or frightening.

 The huge military plane was an awesome sight.

  • beware [bɪˈwɛər] v. 

To beware means to be careful of something or someone that is dangerous.

 You should beware of driving fast on wet roads.

  • brag [bræg] v. 

To brag means to talk of one’s abilities or achievements in a proud way.

 He had strong muscles and bragged about it to the entire class.

  • conscious [ˈkɒnʃəs] adj. 

If someone is conscious of something, then they are aware of it.

 The new student was conscious of the other students staring at her.

  • disagree [dɪsəgriː] v. 

To disagree with someone means to have a different opinion from them.

 The lawyers disagreed about the best way to settle the case.

  • echo [ˈekou] v. 

To echo means that a sound repeats itself because it bounced off an object.

 The child yelled over the canyon, and the wall echoed the sound.

  • eventual [iˈventʃuəl] adj. 

If something is eventual, it will happen at the end of a series of events.

 The constant training and planning led the team to an eventual victory.

  • hint [hint] n. 

hint is information that suggests something will happen or is true.

 I quietly passed on a hint to my sister about the test.

  • idiot [ˈɪdɪət] n. 

An idiot is a person who is not smart or who has done something silly.

 Because he got lost in the forest, the man felt like an idiot.

  • immense [iˈmens] adj. 

If something is immense, it is very large.

 An immense amount of money was needed to buy such a large boat.

  • indirect [indiˈrekt] adj. 

If something is indirect, then it is not the easiest or straightest way.

 He chose to take the most indirect route to the coast.

  • option [ˈɒpʃən] n. 

An option is a choice between two or more things.

 The children were given the option of three houses to pick from.

  • pastime [ˈpæstaɪm] n. 

pastime is an activity done for fun that you do often.

 In the US, baseball is considered the national pastime.

  • perfect [ˈpəːrfɪkt] adj. 

If something is perfect, then it is without any mistakes.

 She got all the questions right, so her score was perfect.

  • pinpoint [ˈpɪnpɔɪnt] v. 

To pinpoint something means to locate it exactly.

 The navigation system in my car is able to pinpoint my exact location.

  • switch [swɪtʃ] v. 

To switch means to change something to something else.

 Mom switched the TV station from the news to her favorite show.

  • thorough [ˈθə:rou] adj. 

If something or someone is thorough, then they are complete in every way.

 Tina did a thorough job of cleaning the stains out of the carpet.

  • torment [ˈtɔːrment] v. 

To torment someone means to cause them to suffer on purpose.

 She tormented her little brother by taking his favorite toy.

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