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Vocabulary
analytic [ˌænəˈlitik] adj.

If something is analytic, it is related to logic and reasoning. The analytic article criticized the new plan and presented one of its own.

assert [əˈsəːrt] v.

To assert a fact or belief means to state it with confidence. He asserted that his mother’s cooking was better than his best friend’s.

bachelor [ˈbætʃələr] n.

A bachelor is an unmarried man. Since he was a bachelor, Jason did his shopping by himself.

calculus [ˈkælkjələs] n.

Calculus is an advanced type of mathematics. By using calculus, scientists determined small changes in the stars’ brightness.

celestial [səˈlestʃəl] adj.

If something is celestial, it is related to the sky or to outer space. Comets are celestial objects that are rarely seen.

cognitive [ˈkɒgnətiv] adj.

If something is cognitive, it is related to learning and knowing things. After her physical examination, her cognitive strengths were tested.

collision [kəˈliʒən] n.

A collision is the act of two things hitting into each another. The collision between the two cars created a loud noise.

competent [ˈkɒmpətənt] adj.

If someone is competent, they are able to think or act successfully. Competent employees are much better than unknowledgeable ones.

diploma [diˈploumə] n.

A diploma is a certificate proving that someone has completed their studies. After four years of college, Mary finally had a diploma.

excel [ikˈsel] v.

To excel at a subject or activity means to be very good at it. Jenny excels at playing the piano.

geology [dʒiˈɒlədʒi] n.

Geology is the study of the Earth’s natural structures and how they change. Because he studied geology, he knew how the mountains were formed.

harness [ˈhɑːrnis] v.

To harness something means to control and use it, usually to make energy. The sails harness the wind in order to move.

intellect [ˈintəlekt] n.

An intellect is a person’s ability to understand things easily. She was known for her quick and strong intellect as well as her beauty.

keen [kiːn] adj.

If someone is keen, they are intelligent. Only the keenest of students could have solved that math problem.

mythology [miˈθɒlədʒi] n.

Mythology is a group of stories from a particular country or region. Egyptian mythology was the basis for a religion.

physiology [ˌfiziˈɒlədʒi] n.

Physiology is the study of the various parts of living things. His work in physiology helped him understand how the human body works.

radioactive [reidiouˈӕktiv] adj.

If something is radioactive, then it lets out, or is related to, radiation. Radioactive materials can be very bad for anyone’s health.

relativity [ˌreləˈtivəti] n.

Relativity is a set of ideas about time and space developed by Albert Einstein. Relativity teaches that light travels at the same speed in the universe.

sociology [ˌsousiˈɒlədʒi] n.

Sociology is the study of human society, its organizations, and problems. Sociology teaches that people’s problems are a result of their society.

theoretical [θiəˈretikəl] adj.

If something is theoretical, it is based on theory rather than experience. His conclusion was only theoretical and not meant to be publicized.

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