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Lesson 26


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proper
right, suitable, or correct
fellow
همكار
clumsy
a clumsy object is not easy to use and is often large and heavy, awkward in movement
daring
(adj.) involving a lot of risk or danger, or brave enough to do risky things
undertaking
a promise to do something
expose
to put someone in a situation where they are not protected from something dangerous or unpleasant
medic
a medical doctor
fear
the feeling you get when you are afraid or worried that something bad is going to happen
towering
(adj.) very tall
thirst
(n.) the feeling of wanting or needing a drink
faithful
a loyal follower, supporter, or member, وفادار , با ايمان
motion
the process of moving or the way that someone or something moves
nail
a thin pointed piece of metal with a flat top, which you hit into a surface with a hammer, peg
countryside
land that is outside cities and towns SYN the country
tale
a story about exciting imaginary events
fate
سرنوشت
hiss
to make a long 's' sound like the sound that a snake makes, هيس هيس
serpent
a snake, especially a large one
goddess
a female being who is believed to control the world or part of it, or represents a particular quality
shield
a large piece of metal or leather that soldiers used in the past to protect themselves when fighting
plead
to ask for something that you want very much, in a sincere and emotional way SYN beg
begone
used to tell someone to go away
befell
if something unpleasant or dangerous befalls you, it happens to you
rule
law
heaven
the place where God is believed to live and where good people are believed to go when they die → paradise; sky
upon
used to mean ‘on’ or ‘onto’ ; if a time or event is upon you, it is about to happen
pitcher
the player in baseball who throws the ball, jug = پارچ
bunt
to deliberately hit the ball a short distance in a game of baseball
ignorant
not knowing facts or information that you ought to know OPP wise
jaywalking
when someone walks across a road at a place where it is dangerous to cross
fine
(v.) to make someone pay money as a punishment
fort
a strong building or group of buildings used by soldiers or an army for defending an important place, قلعه
graceful
elegant and beautiful
mob
crowd = جمعيت
afraid
frightened because you think that you may get hurt or that something bad may happen SYN scared