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Vocabulary
assimilate

To assimilate is to adopt the ways of a new culture and fully become a part of it.

When the family moves to the US they will assimilate into American culture.

attempt

n. An attempt is an act of trying to do something, especially something difficult.

This is Ben’s second attempt to climb Mt. Everest.

case

n. A case is an example of a particular situation or of something happening.

A deposit of $1,000 is required, but in this case, we will accept half.

cease

v. To cease is to stop doing something or to stop something happening.

The rain will cease in the afternoon.

danger

n. Danger is the possibility that someone or something will be harmed, destroyed, or killed.

Smoking cigarettes is a danger to health.

devastating

adj. If something is devastating, it causes great harm or damage to something or someone.

The tsunami had devastating effects on the seaside village.

diversity

n. Diversity is the quality or state of having many different forms, types, ideas, etc.

My company puts an emphasis on the importance on having cultural diversity.

earthquake

n. An earthquake is a sudden shaking of a part of the Earth’s surface that often causes a lot of damage.

The earthquake caused the road to crack in multiple places.

endangered

adj. If something is endangered, it has become very rare and may eventually die out altogether.

The whooping crane is an endangered species.

extinction

n. Extinction is when a particular animal, plant, type of person, custom, skill, etc. stops existing.

The extinction of the dodo bird occurred in the 1600s.

forever

adv. We use forever in place of “for all future time” or “for a very long time.”

Michelle and Tanya want to be best friends forever.

generally

adv. We use generally in place of ‘in most cases’ or ‘to most people.

The suburbs are generally viewed as a good place to raise children.

genocide.

n. Genocide is the deliberate murder of a whole group or race of people.

As a result of the genocide, many children have been orphaned.

Hit

v. To hit is to affect someone or something in a harmful or dangerous way.

The ship was hit by a violent storm.

lose

v. To lose is to have something that is important or necessary taken from you or destroyed.

The family never thought they’d lose everything to fire.

native

adj. If something is native, it refers to the place someone was born and raised.

Carlos is a hero in his native country of Brazil.

percent

n. A percent is an amount that is equal to one one hundredth of something.

Liz needs to get 80 percent on her test to pass the course.

reason

n. A reason is a statement or fact that explains why something is the way it is, or why someone does, thinks, or says something.

The reason Eric is late for work is that he forgot to set his alarm.

reference

n. A reference is the act of referring to something or someone.

My supervisor made a reference to the data I’d collected.

urban

adj. If something is urban, it is related to towns and cities.

It is common to see tall buildings in urban areas.

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