Listening Success-Book 3 (E)
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available
being possible to use or obtain
The new Harry Potter book will be available in any store from this coming Monday.
encourage
to cause someone to feel courage, confidence or hope
Parents need to encourage children to play more sports and not just to study.
foundation
an institution, usually concerned with charity or research, which is supported by private funds
Our foundation was established to help students pay for university.
honor
the good standing a person has in a community
He passed the exams with honors.
influence
to have an effect on the way someone or something acts or happens without directly controlling the person or thing
TV can influence the way children act.
performer
someone who completes a job or task in a particular way
Your brother is quite a performer.
rehearse
to practice the material for a public event or performance that will occur in the future
It is wise for actors to rehearse their parts before the actual performance.
specialize
to name something individually
The company specializes in manufacturing small toys.
sponsorship
a person who vouches or is responsible for a person or thing
The bank's sponsorship of the event was important.
support
to show acceptance, liking, and willingness to help someone or something
Three beams supported the stage.
catch up
to move or work quickly enough to attain the same progress as others
Since the student had been out of town for nearly a week, he was forced to catch up with the work of the other classmates.
confirm
to state or show whether or not something is true
You need to confirm whether you want to attend the party or not.
definitely
in a manner that is clear and easily understood
I definitely do not want to work on a maggot farm.
emergency
a sudden happening that calls for an immeidate action
In an emergency, try to remain calm.
occupy
to fill a time, a space, or an area
All of the seats on the subway were occupied by people.
patient
a person receiving or waiting for medical care
All patients who stay at the hospital must wear gowns.
reschedule
to agree to a new time and later date for something to happen
Because of the snow storm, we had to reschedule the meeting.
several
being more than two but not a large amount
I've received several complaints about all the noise coming from your apartment.
track
to follow something, usually an animal, by the marks or signs it left behind while moving
The analyst tracked the sales reports for the company.
wonder
to desire to know something
Patty wonders if she can be a rock star.
chore
a light, repeated task usually done to keep a house in order
Mowing the lawn is my brother's chore, and cleaning the windows is mine.
daydream
pleasant thoughts about something you would prefer to be doing or something you would like to do in the future
I was enjoying a daydream about being on the beach.
drop by
to visit someone
I’ll drop by on my way home.
except
(formal) to leave out someone or something from the rest of the people or things
The cars look similar except that one is smaller.
housework
the act of doing chores around the house such as cleaning, cooking, etc.
Everyone in my family has their own share of housework to do.
instruction
(plural) the written or spoken information about how to do or use something
He ended up breaking the lawnmower because he did not read the instructions before using it.
relax
to rest or do something that one enjoys, particularly after working
A massage will relax my muscles.
reschedule
to agree to a new time and later date for something to happen
Why don't we reschedule the party to Saturday afternoon?
routine
the usual order or manner in which tasks or activities are performed
It is routine for us to eat at least three meals a day.
take over
to take control
We do not have anyone who can take over Richard's job when he retires.
aisle
a long narrow space between rows of seats in an aircraft, cinema or church
I walked down the aisle to look for my seat.
deposit
to place or put something down in a certain place
Due to the rain, there were many water deposits in the meadow.
directly
right away, immediately
James ran home directly from school, without stopping at the candy store.
entrance
the place where one enters
The bathroom is next to the front entrance.
hardware
the tools, parts, and other things usually made from metal that are used to repair something or perform a particular action
Do you have all the necessary hardware to build a fence?
paycheck
a salary or wage check
Most employees work hard to receive their paycheck.
present
to talk formally about or introduce something, such as a research study, to the public
I have to present my research proposal next week. If all goes well, I will receive a grant.
slip
to escape or become free from someone or something
Don't let it slip your mind to call your mother on her birthday.
supply
to make something that is necessary or wanted available for use
Next week, my friend will supply me with some new web design software, so I can build better websites.
wrench
a tool used for holding and turning objects of different sizes
I used the wrench to loosen the bolts on the machine.
attention
notice or awareness given to a person or thing
Stuart raised his hand to get the student's attention.
cancel
to be ended or made no longer valid
The party was cancelled due to the bad weather.
clue
an object or fact that helps someone understand something or solve a mystery
The muddy footprints leading up to the back door gave a clue as to the identity of the thief.
detective
one who finds information or people, especial finding those who break the law
I want to be a detective when I grow up.
disappear
to stop being VISIBLE
The father often disappears for several hours a day; he needs to be alone.
exclusive
being available to only a particular person or group
This exclusive community requires residents to earn over a million dollars per year.
field trip
a trip by students to gain knowledge away from the classroom at a place like a museum
We took a field trip to the observatory to learn more about the solar system.
relieve
to get rid of something such as a pain, worry or a BURDEN
Exercise is an effective way to relieve the stress of university life.
scholarship
an amount of money that is given to a student to pay for part or all of the cost of an education
The student received a full-tuition scholarship, but if she doesn't keep making good grades, she will lose it.
sign up
to join an organization or make an agreement to do something etc by writing one's name.
Did you sign up for the school play?
archery
sport of shooting arrows with a bow
archery use arrows to fight enemies.
extracurricular
outside the regular curriculum or program of courses
Baseball and choir would be considered extracurricular activities.
grocery
Groceries are foods you buy at a grocer's or at a supermarket such as flour, sugar, and tinned foods.
I bought enough groceries to last us for the week.
horror
scary; very shocking
Do you like to watch horror movies?
horseback
riding a horse
Police on horseback can move through a large crowd easier than on foot or in a car.
include
to add something to a group or total
Does this computer include a mouse and a mouse pad?
ingredient
one of the food items used when making a meal or drink
Because she lacked several ingredients, the cake did not turn out very good.
prepare
to become ready for a future activity, event, or purpose
I prepared myself for the worst situation.
spicy
hot and strongly flavored in taste
Korean's enjoy eating spicy food.
steam
to use the gas produced by boiling water to cook, clean, or heat something
I usually steam my vegetables right before the main course is finished.
approach
to move closer or towards something or someone
The man approached me and asked if I had any spare change.
attack
to act violently
The soldiers will attack if you threaten them.
carol
to sing Christmas songs, sometimes door to door during the holiday season
My class sung Christmas carols at school today.
compliment
a nice remark given to someone
David was showered with compliments after his performance on stage.
faculty
the teachers in a school or college
The faculty at that university is known for their spectacular research.
generous
giving or sharing things freely and willingly in order to help others
Michael is a generous man who gives to those in need whenever he can.
hippopotamus
a large animal with short legs and thick, dark gray skin which lives near water in Africa
A hippopotamus is very large but eats mostly plants.
makeup
what something is made of; the constituent parts of
You might be surprised to find out that the make up of the human body is about 75% water.
orphanage
a building in which many children without parents live
The neighbors placed the little girl in an orphanage when they could not locate the parents.
owned
belonging to or done by a particular person or thing
She makes all of her own clothes.
afterwards
after then; later
Let's eat first. We can go to the park afterwards.
banana split
a dessert that combines a banana split lengthwise with ice cream and other syrups on top
Banana splits do have a lot of calories but they taste so good.
chop
to cut something into pieces with a knife or AX
I chopped up the carrots to add to the salad.
drawing
the creation of artistic pictures by using writing tools and paper
The teachers were mad at the students because there were drawings on the classroom walls.
fudge
a soft sweet made from butter and milk
I enjoy eating chocolate fudge but my sister prefers white fudge.
lengthwise
in a manner that goes from side to side; along the length
I took the loaf of bread and split it lengthwise.
peel
to remove the outside layer or skin from fruit or vegetables
peel the orange before you eat it.
preheat
to heat a cooker to a particular temperature before putting food in
You should always preheat the oven before you put the cake inside.
stir
to move food or liquid around using a spoon or other objects
To heat soup, you need to stir slowly.
top
to put a cover or LAYER on or over something
I always get my pizza topped with pepperoni, mushrooms, and sausage.
approach
to move closer or towards something or someone
The man approached me and asked if I had any spare change.
bearded
having hair on the lower part of a man's face
Sometimes a wiseman is seen with a long gray beard.
concentrate
to focus completely on a task
He tried to concentrate on the exam, but he couldn't stop thinking about the pretty girl sitting next to him.
decoration
an item or items added to something else in order to beautify it
Some houses are full of too much decoration.
in charge of
controlling; responsible for
Sarah is in charge of decorating the room for the party.
mention
to refer to something briefly; to write or speak about something briefly
She mentioned that she wanted to have a romantic dinner on her anniversary.
puzzled
confused
We were all puzzled when we went out to the fields and all the work was already finished.
refuse
not to accept, allow, or give something
People have the right to refuse treatment.
remind
to cause someone to remember something that they have forgotten
Tom always needs to be reminded about his homework.
stranger
someone you don't know
My mother always told me not to talk to strangers.
amazing
surprising in a pleasing way
That shooting star was amazing!
celebration
an event where people CELEBRATE something
The celebration lasted all day.
charity
an organization that gives money and other items to people who need help
She gave up her lucrative career and now does a lot of charity work.
donate
to give a gift or contribute money to an organization or cause
I donated my old clothes to charity.
homeless
having no home
After losing his job the man was suddenly homeless.
overall
viewed as a whole in general, without considering the details
The overall trend was positive.
rewarding
providing positive results or feelings
The seminar seems to be a rewarding business opportunity.
satisfying
giving pleasure, especially by taking care of a need or desire
He gave a satisfying speech to the council this afternoon.
sew
to use a NEEDLE and thread or machine to make or repair clothing and other items
sewing is a good skill to know if you have children.
spirit
the part of a person that is not physical and believed to be the source of human emotions and character
The man refused to enter his mansion, believing it to be haunted by the spirit of his late wife Helga.
application
a formal, written request for something
In order to get a student visa, you will have to fill out this application.
butcher
a person who sells meats
I went to the butcher to get some really good cuts of beef.
convinced
persuaded; very sure
Hannah was convinced that Bess stole here sweater.
customer
a person who purchases goods or a service from a store
Not many customers came today.
damage
to harm someone or something physically so that they are hurt or broken
Tom damaged the car by crashing into a tree.
environment
all the things that affect the health, growth or progress of something
The environment is very fragile right now, we all must look after it.
immediately
without any delay, delay or distance
immediately, the children ran outside when the lunch bell rang.
originally
at first; at the beginning
This restaurant was originally a clothing store.
relationship
the manner in which people, groups or countries behave toward one another
Sue has a good relationship with Tom. They are best friends.
tempt
to ENTICE or persuade a person to do something
The flashy commercial tempted me to buy their product.
delay
to make something happen at a later time than was planned
The plane was delayed due to the bad weather.
fudge
a soft sweet made from butter and milk
There were bits of chocolate fudge in the cookie.
hopefully
with hope or belief
hopefully Ji-soo will call me.
on duty
the act of being at and prepared to do work
I'm not scheduled to be on duty until 9pm.
pull up
to arrive at a place, usually in a vehicle
I pulled up to her house and stopped the car.
refund
to return money that a person who may have paid too much for something or is returning a purchased item
My new radio is defective. I hope the shop will refund my money.
sprinkle
to shower water on plants
I sprinkled a little bit of powdered cheese over my pizza.
state
a manner or condition of being
The warranty clearly states that all mechanical problems will be taken care of free of charge.
surround
to be all the way around something
The small group was forced to surrender after being surrounded by the enemy.
yell
to shout or make a loud noise, usually because of fear, anger, excitement or urgency
You don't need to yell, I can hear you!
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