- زمان مطالعه 4 دقیقه
- سطح خیلی سخت
دانلود اپلیکیشن «زبانشناس»
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متن انگلیسی درس
advocate [ˈædvəkeit] v.
To advocate a plan or idea is to support or suggest it in public. The group advocated increased spending on education and schools.
authorize [ˈɔːθəraiz] v.
To authorize something means to give permission for it. The mayor authorized the construction of a new statue in the park.
civilian [siˈviljən] n.
A civilian is someone who is not in the military. It was Todd’s job to keep civilians from entering the army facility.
commodity [kəˈmɒdəti] n.
A commodity is something that can be bought or sold. Fran’s uncle made most of his money trading commodities.
conquest [ˈkɒŋkwest] n.
A conquest is an event by which one country takes over another country. After the conquest, the people of the small city had no freedom.
disclose [disˈklouz] v.
To disclose something means to tell it to someone else. John came home late, so he had to disclose his activities to his wife.
dynamics [daiˈnæmiks] n.
The dynamics of a situation are the way that parts of it affect each other. A good psychologist needs to know a lot about the dynamics of brain disorders.
enroll [enˈroul] v.
To enroll in something is to put one’s name on a list as a member of a group. The students had to enroll in the class one semester in advance.
envious [ˈenviəs] adj.
When someone is envious, they want something that another person has. They were envious of their neighbor’s front yard.
euphoria [juːˈfɔːriə] n.
Euphoria is a feeling of extreme happiness. The athlete felt euphoria after he won the important game.
festive [ˈfestiv] adj.
When something is festive, it is happy and related to a party or celebration. Dean’s favorite part of Christmas is the festive clothing that people wear.
jolly [ˈdʒɒli] adj.
When someone is jolly, they are cheerful and happy. My grandmother’s jolly attitude always made me smile.
lentil [ˈlentil] n.
Lentils are very small beans that people cook and eat. Danni made her special soup with lentils when her husband was sick.
marshal [ˈmɑːrʃəl] v.
To marshal a group means to assemble them in order. The students were marshaled outside and put into groups.
morale [mouˈræl] n.
Morale is the amount of hope that people have during a difficult situation. To improve our family’s morale, mom suggested going on a picnic.
prophecy [ˈprɒfəsi] n.
A prophecy is a prediction about what will happen in the future. Some people believe that prophecies are actually true.
sage [seidʒ] n.
A sage is someone who is very wise. Hal always visited the local sage for help with love.
senate [ˈsenət] n.
A senate is a part of the government in some countries. Everybody liked Caroline and chose her to speak for them in the senate.
sentiment [ˈsentəmənt] n.
A sentiment is an opinion based on your feelings. Tess told everyone at the table her sentiments about eating meat.
unrest [ʌnˈrest] n.
Unrest is a state of anger about something among the people in a place. High taxes caused much of the unrest that led to the Revolutionary War.
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