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football
a sport in which two teams try to put a ball into the other teams goal, played with different types of balls and goals in different countries
I like to watch football.
grilled salmon
jazz
jazz
jazz is my favorite music style.
club
an organization for people interested in a particular activity or subject, or the place where such an activity is held
It is fun and exciting to belong to a science club.
band
a group of people who play music together
That band is having a concert tonight.
plans
staying in
get-together
join in

Come and join in the festivities.
invite
to ask someone to attend your event
Mrs. Jones invited us into her home.
set the table

Did Matthew set the table for dinner yesterday?
take out
to remove for use
I took out the empty bottles outside.
wait
to remain ready until something happens
I will wait for you at the bus stop.
starving

I'm starving, I need to eat something.
delicious
extremely good tasting
Wow! This soup is delicious.
favorite
most preferred or liked
She was wearing her favorite clothes at the party.
vegetable
a plant that is raised and eaten as food
Carrots, corns and potatoes are vegetables.
tasty
having a good,?especially?savoury, flavour
I think the apple is a very tasty snack.
prepare
to make or get ready
The teacher wants us to prepare a summary for the article.
turkey

It’s traditional in America to eat turkey on Thanksgiving Day.
guess
to have an opinion
guess how Anna did on her math quiz.
explain
to provide reasoning
It is not necessary to explain the story at full length.
complicated
difficult
For me, science is too complicated to understand.
simple
easy; not difficult or complicated
He solved a simple problem.
teammate
a group of people who work together
Wendy threw a pass to her teammate.
minute
very small
Sixty seconds make one minute.
point
a factor or reason
Please stop pointing your finger at me.
remember
to hold a thought or image from the past in one's mind; to recall something from the past
I remember those moments when I was with him.
think
to have an idea
I think it is going to snow today.
understand
to see or know the meaning of something
Do you understand the meaning of this email?
news
news
Did you hear the big news? Daisy is pregnant!
sitcom
a humorous drama based on situations
The new sitcom is scheduled to air from September 19.
nature show
soap opera
soap opera
You seem to like following that American soap opera.
reality show
remote
far away, from afar
Have you seen the remote control for the television?
review
to look over something again
The students review their notes for the exam.
comic book
a collection of stories told in drawings
One comic book character is Superman.
novel
new and different
Frankenstein is said to be the first science fiction novel about a mad scientist creating a monster out of dead body parts.
screen
a flat surface that a movie is projected onto
Most companies screen their employees for drug abuse.
fiction
a type of literature based upon the author's imagination as opposed to true stories
Do you like science fiction, Mary?
non-fiction
true; not make believe
I enjoy reading non-fiction novels because they are about real people.
comedy
comedy
My favorite movies are comedies.
performance
how well a person does at something
The man’s piano performance was great.
niece
the daughter of a brother or sister
Sir Toby Belch couldn’t understand why his niece was so sad.
mother-in-law
the mother of your spouse
I wrote a letter to my mother-in-law on her birthday.
nephew
a son of your brother or sister
It seemed strange that her nephew was now a junior in college.
grandchildren
the children of a person's son or daughter
She has many grandchildren.
be on one’s way
look forward to
to expect; to hope for eagerly
We are all looking forward to our vacation this month.
run late
miss
to feel the loss of something
Pablo really misses his mom.
be yourself
be stressed out
get to know someone
go on a blind date
cancel
to decide or announce that (something already arranged etc) will not be done
The party was cancelled due to the bad weather.
shy
nervous and uncomfortable with other people
The young boy is very shy.
double date
worry
to suffer from disturbing thoughts
Students worry about school a lot.
hobby
an activity a person does for pleasure or relaxation when not at work
My brother's hobby is writing short stories.
perfect
having no mistakes
She scored a perfect score on her test.
romantic comedy
fantasy
A fantasy is a pleasant situation that people think about but is unlikely to happen.
My child seems to live in a fantasy world sometimes.
horror movie
a movie in which very frightening things happen, such as dead people coming to life and people being murdered
She didn't like to watch horror movies because they caused her not to be able to sleep for many days.
action movie
animated
being made to appear as actually moving
My younger sister watched a lot of animated movies.
violent
characterized by violence or strong force
He is normally not violent.
scary
causing fright or fear
Brent has a very scary costume this year.
hilarious
extremely amusing
The joke that he told was hilarious.
dance
to move in time to music by ma-king a series of rhythmic steps
They were wearing nice clothes and dancing.
bartender

bartenders usually have to know how to make all kinds of different drinks for their customers.
live music
promise
to tell someone that something will happen or that you will do something
I promise to bring back your laptop by tomorrow afternoon.
feel like
have an desire for something or some activity
I feel like I should help her out with her project.
cover charge
bar
prevent; ban
Journalists had been barred from covering the elections.
concert
a musical performance
He usually attended concerts at the opera house.
day trip
outdoors
in the open air
The rain prevented them from eating outdoors.
music festival
relieve
to lessen or stop (pain, worry?etc)
Exercise is an effective way to relieve the stress of university life.
downtown
(American) the part (of a city) containing the main centres for business and shopping
She lives in an apartment in downtown Seoul.
coast
the area of land that is right next to a sea or ocean
She lives on the coast because she loves the ocean.
move
to change position
Her shadow moves when she moves.
compete
to try to beat others in a contest, fight, etc.
The two boys competed in the marathon, to figure out who is better.
terrible
causing discomfort or stress
Dan got a terrible grade on his exam.
athlete
a person who plays sports
When Olympics, many athletes come from all around the world.
graceful
beautiful in movement
Seals are very graceful in the water.
dream
thoughts and pictures in the mind that come mostly during sleep
He had a strange dream.
gymnastics
a sport dealing with the movement of the body
Amy used to take gymnastics when she was young.
figure skating
an ice skate worn for figure skating
Kim Yon-A is a figure skating world champion.
surfing
riding on top of ocean waves while standing on a special board
You can go surfing a lot in California.
skiing
the action of traveling over snow on skis
skiing is a popular winter sport.
basketball
a sport played on a court with an orange ball
Do you play on the school basketball team, too?
excellent
very good
I got an excellent score on my school test.
show up
to make obvious
The guests will show up around noon.
left
on, for, or belonging to, the side of the body that in most people has the less skilful hand
Go straight and turn left at the corner.
score
to get or give points in a game, contest, or test
Jose scored the winning goal at last night’s game.
second
next after the first
You only have a few seconds to finish.
behind
at or towards the back of
Who's the boy standing behind Jan?
work out
to perform physical exercises
At the end of the story, everything worked out for the best.
lose weight
take off wieght
He said his wife needs to lose weight.
join
to bring together for a particular purpose
She was joining her friends for a short vacation.
get in shape

I’ve been thinking I should get in shape.
membership
the state of being a member of a club
I have a membership to the health club but I rarely go.
lift weights

Vince lifts weights at the gym
strong
physically powerful and healthy
My friend is very strong.
fitness
the?condition?of being?physically?strongand?healthy
Physical fitness is very important.
energy
the power needed to make an effort
The dog has a lot of energy. He plays all day.
get hurt
to become injured
He got hurt when he fell.
personal trainer
protein
a necessary part of our diet, found in meat, nuts, and soy
Meat is the major source of protein in most human diets, but nuts and beans can provide it as well.
exercise equipment
muscle
a part of the body of a human or animal that functions to produce movement
Non-verbal communication is sometimes really hard to interpret.
necessary
being needed or required
Working is necessary for everyone to do.
healthy
having good health
His grandfather is very healthy.
free
able to do what you want to do
She agreed to give me a free kitten.
important
having great meaning or influence
The king is the most important piece in the game.
nutrition
the process of eating the right kind of food tostay healthy
Vegetables are high in nutrition such as vitamins.
shoulder
the part of the human body at the top of the trunk extending from each side of the base of the neck
My shoulder is sore after throwing the ball so hard.
serious
being dangerous or having a potentially negative effect
You can never tell when he's serious.
painful
affected with, causing, or characterized by pain
My leg is too painful to go for a walk.
put
(always followed by an adverb or preposition) to move someone or something to a specific spot, especially using the hands
Can I put you down for this weekend's event?
pain reliever
bandage
something you use to cover a cut or hurt body part
His leg is wrapped in bandages.
ice
water in its solid frozen state
We put ice in our drinks to cool them.
injury
damage to someone’s body caused by an accident orattack
Because of her injury she could not work for three weeks.
elbow
the area of the arm that bends where the upper and lower halves are joined
He grabbed the robber’s elbow and threw him to the ground.
wrist
the part of the body where the hand joins the arm
He wore a gold bracelet on his wrist.
patient
a person who is being treated by a doctor, dentist etc
I have been very patient with you.
illness
a sickness; the condition of being in poor health
It is not a very serious illness.
headache
a pain in the head
My head hurts. I have a headache.
medication/medicine
vomit
to empty one’s stomach by throwing up
The doctor will need to know how old the patient is and whether they have vomited after eating the plant.
trouble breathing
nasty
severe or extremely unpleasant
Don't be so nasty to your brother.
flu
a type of infectious illness?usually?causing headache, fever, a cold?etc.
I missed four days of work last year when I was sick with the flu.
similar
being very much like someone or something else
Kristen and Cassie have similar looking eyes.
cancellation
nausea
a sick feeling in the stomach
After I got off the rollercoaster, I had a sense of nausea.
sore throat
a pain in the throat
When we got to the pool I told her I had a sore throat.
body aches
cough
the act of unwillingly forcing air up the throat and out of the mouth with a loud noise, often a sign of illness
The heavy smoke made me cough.
runny nose
watery liquid coming out from the nose
Brian has a runny nose because of a cold.
fever
(an illness causing) high body temperature and quick heart-beat
Corinna is resting because she has a high fever.
congestion
a condition of overcrowding
New York City suffers from major traffic congestion.
allergy
a bad reaction that some people have to dust, pollen, etc.
Dave has allergies to peanuts and strawberries
filling
a food mixture used to fill pastry or sandwiches etc.
The dumpling has a meat filling.
hygienist
staining
the process by which something is colored in order to make it visible
Researchers use staining to identify disease-causing microorganisms.
gums
floss
to clean between the teeth using a special string
Daniel flosses his teeth before he goes to bed.
mouthwash
rinse
to wash lightly
We rinsed our feet at the beach to rid of the sand.
X-ray
a type of radiation that is invisible to the human eye
The doctor took an X-ray of the boy’s chest.
mental
of the mind
You need a medical help.
emotional
able to express emotion easily; tending to feel emotion as a reaction to things
She gave an emotional speech about her dead mother.
physical
relating to the body rather than the mind
Frequent exercise will lead to good physical fitness.
therapist
a person who assists another in a clinical situation
The sports therapist was well known for his work with soccer players.
social
relating to activities that involve meeting other people
I am not a very social person.
counsel
to listen and give advice about a problem.
Any reader who feels she or he needs legal advice should consult legal counsel.
regularly
at the usual time each day, week, or month
Janis regularly goes to the health club every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
meditate
To meditate means to focus or think deeply in silence.
She liked to meditate for several hours of each day.
pharmacist
a person licensed to prepare and dispense drugs and medicines
I want to be a pharmacist.
effective
having the result that one wants
The newspapers are effective advertising media.
treatment
a technique used for treating someone or something
We want to give everyone equal treatment.
capsule
a small container
A space capsule is carried into space by a rocket.
cause
to create an effect or result
The gloomy weather caused her to be depressed.
dose
an amount of medicine
Given this man's large size, such a small dose of this medicine will hardly have any effect.
side effect
an unpleasant effect of a drug that happens in addition to the main effect
Chemotherapy is effective in treating cancer, but the side effects are what gets the people very sick.
chest
the part of the body between the neck and the belly
I found a treasure chest by luck.
label
a slip of paper or cloth, attached to an object in order to describe or give information about it
These people were labeled fools and they had tricks played on them.
clinic
a small healthcare facility
Dad went to the clinic to get his arm looked at.
checkup
A check-up is a medical examination by your doctor or dentist to make sure that there is nothing wrong with your health.
After the checkup, Dad and the doctor talked and talked!
diet
the food that a person usually eats
I intend to have a healthier diet by eating more fruit.
lungs
heal
to make healthy or well again
The liver can heal very quickly.
cut down on

I think I need to cut down on my use.
sugary
containing or having a taste like sugar
Many cereals are too sugary for kids.
alcoholic
a person who has an uncontrollable habit of drinking ALCOHOL
A(n) alcoholic drinks too much and desperately needs help.
according to
as stated or reported by
according to one story, a four-leaf clover brings you good luck.
olive oil
calorie
a measure of energy used by humans and animals
I am trying to lose some weight, so I am limiting the number of calories that I take in.
pound
the form of currency in Great Britain
They sold the painting for 1,000 pounds at the auction.
balanced
being in harmonious or proper arrangement or adjustment, proportion, etc.
The rocks were balanced in a stack.
vitamin
a necessary part of our diet, often found in fruit and vegetables
vitamins are good for your health.
sex
nutrients
nourishment, food
The baby receives all his nutrients from the mothers breast milk.
average
ordinary or usual
The average rate to stay at this hotel room is $120.
bones
hard pieces that form the skeleton of an animal
We have more than 200 bones in our body.
steak
a thick slice of meat or fish
We enjoyed grilled steaks of beef for dinner.
beans

The man eats beans.
risk
(a person, thing,etc,which causes or could cause) danger or possible loss or injury
She loved the child dearly and risked her own life to nurse Theresa.
disease
a sickness in a person, animal or plant
The girl can't go to school because she has a heart disease.
cancer
a disease involving tumors
Smoking causes lung cancer, so you should stop right away.
bland
plain; flavorless; dull
It produces a sameness, a bland version of what used to be unique experiences.
spices
recipes
ingredient
one of the things that goes into a mixture to make food
Because she lacked several ingredients, the cake did not turn out very good.
frozen
solid because of cold
Right now, seventy percent of the world’s freshwater is frozen.
serving
an amount of food that is given to one person at a meal
I ate two servings of pasta at the buffet.
nutritious
containing things the body needs; healthful
Raw spinach is especially nutritious.
wheat
a grain used to make cereals and breads
A lot of people seem to be allergic to wheat.
yogurt
a thick milk product that can be eaten plain or with fruit, sugar, etc. added
Some people eat breakfast cereal with yogurt instead of milk
blender
fridge
a refrigerator
I opened the fridge but nothing was in it!
cup
cup
Will you give me a cup of tea?
broccoli
a vegetable that has green branches and small green flowers
Sally didn’t like to eat broccoli, but she knew how to spell it.
pepper
the hard outer covering of berries from a particular plant that have been ground into small pieces, used to add hot or spicy flavor to food
This soup has too much pepper in it.
tablespoon

The recipe calls for a tablespoon of baking soda.
saucepan
a pot used to cook liquids
My aunt made strawberry jam in a big saucepan.
combine
to mix or join things together
Fruits and vegetables can be combined to make one image, or images can be carved into the skins.
reduce
to decrease in amount by boiling
The number of employees was reduced from 40 to 25.
seasoning
something used to season food
Salt and pepper are used as seasonings.
raw
not cooked
A steak that is cooked rare, is brown on the outside but raw on the inside.
remove
to take away; withdraw
She removed her textbook from her backpack.
comb
a flat object with a row of thin teeth that you use to make hair neat and straight
Next to the doll was a small box, made of ivory, containing tiny combs and a silver mirror.
shave
To shave means to cut the hairs on your face with a sharp tool.
I don't want a mustache so I shave every morning.
mirror
mirror
The girl looked in the mirror while she brushed her hair.
cream
the thick, fatty part of milk
The cream always rises to the top of the milk.
suit
to satisfy
There are four suits of cards.
patient
a person who is being treated by a doctor, dentist etc
I have been very patient with you.
argument
a presentation of reasons for or against an idea or point of view
There are many good points in that argument, but I still disagree.
shampoo
a substance used to clean hair
My shampoo smells nice.
put on
direct; produce
How much perfume do you put on?
skin
the natural, outer covering that protects an animal's or person's body
Do you have any lotion? My skin is very dry.
oily
oily
It was a stone wall, very even, oily, and cold.
acne
gentle
displaying a kind, careful, and peaceful nature
She spoke with a gentle tone to make the children feel calm.
sweat
to produce salty water through the skin when hot or nervous
I began to sweat on the long walk home.
cleanser
lotion
a liquid substance that is applied onto the skin in order to protect, clean, heal, or soften it
lotion helps keep the skin moist.
sunscreen
a preparation used to protect the skin from the sun
Put on some sunscreen before you go to the beach.
makeup
colored substances that usually a woman will put on her face in order to make herself more attractive
It takes Jane thirty minutes to put on her makeup.
ponytail
a hairstyle in which the hair is tied up high at the back of the head so that it hangs down like a horse's tail
On a hot day, I'll wear my hair in a ponytail.
bald
If someone is bald, they have no hair.
My dad is completely bald.
bangs
hairstylist/hairdresser
dyed hair
dyed hair
short, spiky hair
shoulder-length hair
perm
a procedure that makes the hair curly
Kelly got a perm to make her long straight hair curly.
nail polish
clippers
nail file
fingernails
toenails
manicure
pedicure
affect
to cause a change in or have an effect on something
The people were badly affected after the tornado ripped through their homes.
infection
the process of infecting or state of being infected
The wound could get an infection if it is not cleaned properly.
spa
a place where water with minerals in it
Guests at the health spa receive a range of beauty treatments.
discount
a (small) sum taken off the price of something
The restaurant gave us a small discount because we were not happy with their service.
massage
the act of pressing parts of a person's body in order to relieve pain or cause the person to relax
I got a(n) massage yesterday because my muscles were sore.
covered
put something such as a lid
Rice cakes are covered with bean flour.
soothing
When something is soothing, it makes you calm or relaxed.
The soothing music helped the baby fall asleep.
scrubbed
bathed
disappear
to stop being VISIBLE
The plane disappeared behind a cloud.
luxurious
great comfort as provided by expensive and beautiful possessions
Dan’s mother was dressed in luxurious silk.
accommodations
round-trip
going in one way, then stopping and going back
She flew round-trip from L.A to Chicago and back.
direct/non-stop
layover
layover a break in a journey, esp in waiting for a connection
We had a two-hour layover in Chicago between flights.
airfare
the cost of a ticket on an airplane
airfare always seems to be more expensive in the summer than in the winter.
connection
a state of being associated closely
My computer doesn't work. I think I'm having problems with my Internet connection.
economy class

Most people fly in the economy class.
depart
to leave some place so you can go to another place
The boy finished, paid the cashier, and departed.
destination
the place where someone is going
The destination of our trip is San Francisco.
vacation
a holiday
Let's take a vacation.
overnight
when something that usually takes a long time happens very quickly or suddenly
The team needed to work hard on the project, so they decided to stay overnight in the office.
comfortable
being physically relaxed and at ease
The couch is very comfortable to sleep on.
suite
a set of rooms that are used for a particular purpose in a hotel or building
The suites at the resort hotel were very expensive.
double room
air-conditioning
amenities
inexpensive
not costing a lot of money
They wanted to stay in an inexpensive hotel during the holiday.
room service
Room service is a service in a hotel by which meals or drinks are provided for guests in their rooms.
He ordered coffee from room service.
check out
to borrow something like a book for a set amount of time
I am going to check out a couple of new DVDs from the video store.
pros and cons
advantages and disadvantages
The essay in this issue explore the pros and cons, the advantages and dangers of taking human rights seriously.
sharing
get around
to go around somewhere
I was able to get around the security system and enter the building.
in advance
before an event
The wedding cakes can be chosen months in advance.
be worth it
plus
increase by adding
I am tired, plus, I am very hungry.
keys
keys
lend
to give something on condition that it be returned
I would lend him some money with the jewels as security.
unlock
to undo the lock of a door using a key
A key is being used to unlock the door.
convenient
easy and comfortable to do or get to
The delivery service in Korea, is very convenient and fast.
celebrate
to do something to show that an event is special
The members of the soccer team celebrate after the game.
terrific
When something is terrific, it is very good.
I feel absolutely terrific today!
server
something that serves, a device used to relay information
The server brought us the menu when we sat down.
decor
rave
chef
a person who cooks good food as a job
My dad is a great chef.
patio
a flat hard area outside, and usually behind, a house where people can sit
My family and I like to sit outside on the patio on warm summer nights.
smoothly
without interruption or difficulty
After all her planning, the bride prayed that her wedding would go smoothly.
showing
box office
mall
a large building with many different shops inside
Let's meet at the mall and go see a movie.
hurry
to do something quickly
He hurried to work because he got up late.
exactly
in accurate detail; precisely
I don't exactly remember his name.
embarrassed
feeling ashamed or shy
He was embarrased because he didn't finish his work.
cheer up
to make someone feel happier or less worried
Dunning was worried, but he cheered up when the doctor invited him to dinner.
accessory
an extra item that someone wears for its attractiveness or convenience
That necklace is mom’s favorite accessory.
electronics
devices that operate using small electrical parts
People are shopping in an electronics store.
get tired of
district
an area of a city which has some special quality
Most of the people who live in my district, work in agriculture.
genuine
When something is genuine, it is true or real.
She was genuine in her thanks for all of the gifts that she received.
fashionable
in the latest style
Those sunglasses are very fashionable.
selection
a collection or group of things that have been chosen
We have a wonderful selection of shoes from the market.
imported

imported sports, such as baseball, are widely popular in Japan.
souvenir
A souvenir is something you buy to remind you of a place or event.
When I went to Spain, I bought souvenirs for my family.
cuisine
a certain style or technique of cooking
French cuisine is very delicious.
rush hour
The rush hour is one of the periods of the day when most people are travelling to or from work.
Don't worry, the rush hour is over.
line
to stand behind other people so that you can do something.
The people in the line have to wait their turn.
transfer
to move from one place to another
You should transfer from bus to subway.
fare
the price of a journey on a train, bus, ship etc
What is the fare from Seoul to Busan?
depends on
to be determined
calculate
to find a number by doing math
I calculated how much money I would need to buy the car.
stuck
past tense of stick
The submarine was stuck and couldn't move.
commuters
run out of
to use up one's supply of something
They’ve run out of gas.
enormous
very large
Some dinosaurs were enormous creatures that were far largerthan modern animals.
purchase
something that is acquired by paying money for it
I need to get some money because later I am going to the shopping center to make some purchases.
remind
help someone remember
The role of the parents is to take care of the children.
encourage
give somebody hope or confidence
A great actor needs to have an expressive face.
appreciate
to understand something; to be aware of
I really appreciated the birthday card. I thought everyone forgot.
device
a thing made for a certain purpose, especially mechanical or electronic equipment
No one knew how to work the device because there was no switch to turn it off or on.
keep an eye on
pre-order

You can also pre-order a special edition of the game, with loads of extras.
trade in
space
an open area, within which objects are placed
Their new apartment has a lot of space.
point of view
an opinion; a perspective
What is your point of view on this matter?
customize
to change in a way to specially suit a particular person or need
The software can be customized to the developingneeds of your students.
character
a person in a book, play or movie and not from real life
Over time, the character of the World Expo has changed.
weapon
something that is used for fighting
Every policeman in the U.S. carries a weapon.
level
the degree, position or amount of something on a scale
They watched as the water level continued to go up.
cash
money in the form of paper or coins
I was able to save up enough cash to buy my mother a gift.
store credit
aware
knowing or sensing a situation or fact
Lady Windermere was not aware that she was making a mistake.
cautious
careful
We did manage to get an enormous amount of work done.
belongings
something owned by someone
Please be sure you have all your belongings when you leave the train.
collect
to bring together; to gather
She collects shells that she finds in the sand.
receipt
receipt
The rude taxi driver snapped when Alison asked for a receipt.
valuable
having high value
The jewelry looks valuable; you’d better lock it up in the safe.
emergency
a serious, unexpected situation that requires a quick response
In case of emergency, call me at this number.
proceed
to move forward, especially after reaching a certain point; to continue
The committee decides how to proceed.
exchange
give something and get something
Trade is the exchange of goods or services for other goods or services.
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