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to say (something) again
mountain
an area of land that rises very high above the land around it and that is higher than a hill
unfortunately
used to say that you wish something was not true or that something had not happened
survive
to remain alive; to continue to live
schedule
a plan of things that will be done
bedroom
a room used for sleeping
employ
to provide someone with a job that pays wages or a salary
marriage
the relationship that exists between a husband and a wife
essential
extremely important and necessary
critical
used to describe negative comments or judgments about something or someone
ticket
a piece of paper that allows you to see a show, participate in an event, travel on a vehicle, etc.
smoke
the cloud of black, gray, or white gases and dust that is produced by burning something
fan
a machine or device that is used to move the air and make people or things cooler
flight
a journey in an aircraft; the act of flying
relatively
quite, when compared to other things or people
equal
the same in number, amount, degree or quality
egg
a hard-shelled oval thing from which a young bird is born
bottom
the lowest part, point, or level of something
novel
a book that tells a story about imaginary people and events
somewhere
in, at, or to a place not known, named, or specified
plus
having a value that is above zero
coach
someone whose job is to teach people to improve at a sport, skill, or school subject
pleasure
a feeling of happiness, enjoyment, or satisfaction : a pleasant or pleasing feeling
promote
to raise the rank or position to a higher
background
Sounds or images that are not the main focus; a persons life experience up to now
union
an organization of workers formed to protect the rights
neighbor
a person who lives next to or near another person
provision
a rule that is part of a law or an agreement
appreciate
to be grateful, thankful for (something)
plane
a vehicle that flies and has an engine and wings
topic
a matter people talk or write about
enable
to make it possible to do something
package
a box or large envelope that is sent or delivered usually through the mail or by another delivery service
code
a set of letters or numbers that identifies information
secret
kept hidden from others
manufacture
to make (something) usually in large amounts by using machines
shareholder
someone who owns shares (stock) in a company
investigation
when officials try to discover all the facts about something, especially a crime or an accident
attract
to cause (someone) to like or be interested in something
path
a track that is made by people or animals walking over the ground
bird
an animal that has wings and is covered with feathers
bond
something that is shared between people or groups
swim
to move through water by moving your arms and legs
afraid
worried that something will cause pain or injury
environmental
relating to the environment
finger
one of the five long parts of the hand that are used for holding things
anybody
any person : anyone
colleague
a person you work together or cooperate with
insurance
an agreement in which a person makes regular payments to a company and the company promises to pay money if the person is injured or dies, or to pay money equal to the value of something (such as a house or car) if it is damaged, lost, or stolen
flower
the part of a plant that is often brightly colored, that usually lasts a short time, and from which the seed or fruit develops
consideration
something that you have to think about when you make decisions or plans; the act of thinking about something carefully
settle
to end (something, such as an argument) by reaching an agreement
powerful
having a lot of strength or force
quiet
making very little noise
burn
to give off heat, light, and gases
engineer
a person who has scientific training and who designs and builds complicated products, machines, systems, or structures
component
one of the parts that consists something
waste
to use (something valuable) in a way that is not necessary or effective
aid
to provide what is useful or needed
extremely
very, or much more than usual
earth
the planet on which we live
desire
to want or wish for something
apparently
used to say that something seems to be true, although it is not certain
tire
to lose energy and begin to feel that you need to rest
breath
the air that you take into your lungs and send out from your lungs when you breathe
delay
a situation in which something happens later than it should
strength
the quality or state of being physically strong
connect
to join (two or more things) together
nurse
a person who is trained to care for sick or injured people and who usually works in a hospital or doctor's office
sum
the result of adding two or more numbers together
brief
lasting , having only a short period of time
soldier
a person who is in the military
hardly
used to say that something was almost not possible or almost did not happen
lunch
a light meal eaten in the middle of the day
religious
relating to religion; having a belief in religion
strange
different from what is usual, normal, or expected
whereas
in contrast, comparison, show the differences
battle
a military fight between groups of soldiers, ships, airplanes, etc.
construction
the work of building houses, offices, bridges, etc.
engage
to interest someone in something and keep them thinking about it
district
an area or section of a country, city, or town
hate
a very strong feeling of dislike
boat
a small vehicle that is used for traveling on water
stone
a hard substance that comes from the ground and is used for building, carving, etc.
gather
to bring (things or people) together into a group or collect things
tourist
someone who visits a place for pleasure and does not live there
divide
to separate (something) into two or more parts or pieces
expand
to become bigger or larger in size and amount
historical
relating to events or people in the past, or the study of history
delivery
the act of taking something to a person or place
tradition
a way of thinking, behaving that used for a long time
museum
a building where you can look at important objects connected with art, history, or science
mostly
mainly or most of the time
host
a person (especially a man) who is entertaining guests socially or as a job
broad
large from one side to the other side
spring
the season between winter and summer
council
a group of people who are chosen to make rules, laws, or decisions about something
shoulder
the part of your body where your arm is connected
troop
a group of people, especially soldiers or theater actors
jump
to move your body upward from the ground and often forward, backward, or sideways through the air by pushing with your legs