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Unit 5

Word list.

Awhile

adv. If you do something awhile, you do it for a short time.

Wait here awhile, and I’ll bring some tea.

Cyberspace

n. Cyberspace is the imaginary place on the Internet where activities occur.

I didn’t receive your email. It probably got lost in cyberspace.

edit

v. To edit means to correct a piece of writing so that it is suitable to be published.

She asked her brother to edit her paper before she submitted it to her teacher.

Essay

n. An essay is a short piece of writing on a certain subject.

She had to write a two-page essay for her English class.

evaluate

v. To evaluate something means to study it, so a decision can be made.

Jo and Ken evaluated the plan and agreed that it would work.

Faint

V. To faint means to go unconscious and fall down.

Carol fainted because she hadn’t eaten in over a day.

Global

Adj. If something is global, it happens all around the world.

Pollution is a global problem.

Gymnasium

n. A gymnasium is a building with equipment that you can use to get exercise.

When I go to the gymnasium, I use the treadmill for twenty minutes.

highlight

v. To highlight something means to mark it with a color so that it is easy to see.

I read my vocabulary list and highlighted the most difficult words.

Ignorant

Adj. If someone is ignorant about something, they have no knowledge about it.

I’m a bit ignorant about his theories. Can you explain them to me?

Index

n. An index is a list of words at the end of a book that gives information.

If you look in the index, you’ll find the right page number.

Lecture

n. A lecture is a long, educational speech.

His lecture on world hunger was very informative.

Moral

n. A moral is a message at the end of a story that teaches you something.

At the end of the story, the mother explained the moral to her children.

operate

v. To operate means to work or function.

I’m sorry, but the trains are not operating today.

Private

Adj. If something is private, it is only used by one person or group.

Don’t look at my diary! It’s private!

Recent

Adj. When something is recent, it happened a short time ago.

I did not know what had caused his recent behavior.

Resolution

n. A resolution is a personal decision.

At New Year, I made a list of resolutions to help me have a better year.

Semester

n. A semester is a portion of a school year.

Jack is in his second semester of college.

Typewritten

Adj. If something is typewritten, it is written on a computer or typewriter.

This is an important, formal project and must be typewritten.

Weird

Adj. When something is weird, it is very strange.

My best friend’s dad is a bit weird.

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