Word List


Remember verb Can you remember your first day at work
Have in or be able to bring to one's mind an awareness of something from the past
Afraid Adjective He was very afraid of spiders
unwilling or reluctant to do something for fear of the consequences
Asleep Adjective She fell asleep on the bus
in or into a state of sleep
Awkward Adjective They were awkward about the shift times
causing difficulty; hard to do or deal with
Considerate Adjective He was considerate when planning the meals
careful not to inconvenience or harm others
Damage Noun there was little damage when she broke her arm
physical harm that impairs the value, usefulness, or normal function of something
Disturb Verb Don't disturb the sleeping dragon
interrupt the sleep, relaxation, or privacy of
Giggle Verb Young girls giggle at things they find funny
laugh lightly and repeatedly in a silly way, from amusement, nervousness, or embarrassment
Hopefully Adverb Hopefully, he posted his job application
in a hopeful manner
Light Adverb She turned on the light
a source of illumination, especially an electric lamp
Nervous Adjective He was nervous about his exam
anxious or apprehensive
Nurse Noun She worked as a nurse
a person trained to care for the sick or infirm, especially in a hospital
Only Adverb She only had two sweets
and no one or nothing more besides; solely
Pass Verb He had to pass her the cup
transfer (something) to someone, especially by handing or bequeathing it to the next person in a series
Quiet Adjective They were quiet during the iflm
making little or no noise
Resolve Verb They needed to resolve the argument
settle or find a solution to (a problem or contentious matter)
Strange Adjective They heard a strange sound
unusual or surprising; difficult to understand or explain
Supervisor Noun The new supervisor was easy to work with
a person who supervises a person or an activity
Turn Verb She was about to turn the page over
move (something) so that it is in a different position in relation to its surroundings or its previous position
Wonder Verb I wonder what's in that box
desire to know something; feel curious
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