Level 6, Unit 5


Тренажер

# word        
1 alternate [ˈɔːltəneɪt]
alternate [ verb ]
definition: To alternate means to switch back and forth between two things.
example: The best exercise alternates muscle and heart strengthening.


alternate
alternate
alternate
2 apologetic [əˌpɒləˈdʒɛtɪk]
apologetic [ adjective ]
definition: If someone is apologetic, they are sorry about something.
example: The boy felt apologetic after losing his sister’s favorite toy.


apologetic
apologetic
apologetic
3 benign [bɪˈnaɪn]
benign [ adjective ]
definition: If something or someone is benign, they do not hurt anyone.
example: Many spiders look scary, but most are actually benign.


benign
benign
benign
4 char [tʃɑː]
char [ verb ]
definition: To char means to burn something so that it turns black.
example: While Frank went inside to get the mustard, he accidentally charred the hotdogs.


char
char
char
5 clarify [ˈklærɪfaɪ]
clarify [ verb ]
definition: To clarify means to make something easier to understand by explaining it.
example: Drew tried to clarify all the functions of Michelle’s new computer.


clarify
clarify
clarify
6 distress [dɪsˈtrɛs]
distress [ noun ]
definition: Distress is the feeling of being upset or worried.
example: Failing a class caused the student a lot of distress.


distress
distress
distress
7 dogged [ˈdɒɡɪd]
dogged [ adjective ]
definition: When someone’s actions are dogged, they try hard to continue something.
example: Her dad bought her a new jacket after her dogged requests for one.


dogged
dogged
dogged
8 ensue [ɪnˈsjuː]
ensue [ verb ]
definition: To ensue means to happen after something.
example: After a few minutes of lightening, thunder ensued.


ensue
ensue
ensue
9 gasp [ɡɑːsp]
gasp [ verb ]
definition: To gasp means to make a noise by quickly breathing in when surprised.
example: John always gasps when watching a scary movie.


gasp
gasp
gasp
10 negotiate [nɪˈɡəʊʃɪeɪt]
negotiate [ verb ]
definition: To negotiate means to try to make an agreement through discussion.
example: Mario and Joe took a long time negotiating the contract between the companies.


negotiate
negotiate
negotiate
11 overdose [ˈəʊvədəʊs]
overdose [ noun ]
definition: An overdose is an instance of taking or having too much of something.
example: John’s skin was burned from an overdose of sunshine.


overdose
overdose
overdose
12 persuasion [pəˈsweɪʒ(ə)n]
persuasion [ noun ]
definition: Persuasion is the act of making someone do or believe something.
example: The persuasion of his argument convinced the customer to buy the laptop.


persuasion
persuasion
persuasion
13 relay [ˈriːleɪ]
relay [ noun ]
definition: A relay is a race in which team s of runners or swimmers race against each other.
example: Jerry was the fas test on his team, so he ran the last part of the relay.


relay
relay
relay
14 reluctance [rɪˈlʌktəns]
reluctance [ noun ]
definition: Reluctance is a feeling of not wanting to do something.
example: Jesse took out the trash with great reluctance.


reluctance
reluctance
reluctance
15 restate [ˌriːˈsteɪt]
restate [ verb ]
definition: To restate something means to say it again or in a different way.
example: Mrs. Jones restated the test question to the class.


restate
restate
restate
16 sesame [ˈsɛsəmɪ]
sesame [ noun ]
definition: Sesame is an herb that is grown for its small seeds and its oil.
example: I used the buns with the sesame seeds on them .


sesame
sesame
sesame
17 sip [sɪp]
sip [ verb ]
definition: To sip something means to drink a small amount at a time.
example: Liza relaxed on the beach, sipping fruit juice through a straw.


sip
sip
sip
18 verge [vɜːdʒ]
verge [ noun ]
definition: The verge is the point at which something is about to happen.
example: Joan was on the verge o f leaving her house when the phone rang.


verge
verge
verge
19 wary [ˈwɛ(ə)rɪ]
wary [ adjective ]
definition: If someone is wary, they are cautious or mistrusting.
example: She was wary of going to school because she hadn’t done her homework.


wary
wary
wary
20 waver [ˈweɪvə]
waver [ verb ]
definition: To waver is to be unable to decide between two choices.
example: I wavered between eating the apple or the cake for a snack.


waver
waver
waver
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