Flashcards in vocabulary page 11 unit 2 Deck (24):
disapproving : only caring about and interested in yourself
sentence: The walls are made of a material that absorbs sound.
to produce a dull continuous pain : to hurt in a way that is constant but not severe
sentence: my muscles were aching from shoveling snow.
the feeling of being amused or entertained
sentence: I'm reading this book for amusement.
to oppose or challenge (someone) especially in a direct and forceful way
sentence: i confront my brother about his smoking.
sentence:She was distracted from her studies
a slow and gradual movement or change from one place, condition, etc., to another
sentence:The boat drifted in the sea slowly.
to suddenly break apart in a violent way with parts flying outward
sentence: Horishima explode in world war two.
helpful information or criticism that is given to someone to say what can be done to improve a performance, product, etc..
sentence: She asked for some feedback from her teacher.
written stories about people and events that are not real : literature that tells stories which are imagined by the writer
sentence: This movie was fictional.
sentence: He uses his anger fiercely.
the feeling of being happy and satisfied because you are doing something that fully uses your abilities and talents
sentence: he saw the entire project from initial idea to final fulfillment
to grab something or hold
sentence: My father gripped my sister's hand when he was yelling at her.
ability to think in a logical way
sentence : My sister made intellectual activities.
a period of time between events : pause
sentence: There is three-months interval this summer.
either one of the two organs that people and animals use to breathe air
sentence: Smoking cause many diseases to our lungs.
a piece of metal often in the form of a coin with designs and words in honor of a special event, a person, or an achievement
sentence: My friend won the match and got the gold medal.
the act or process of giving someone a reason for doing something : the act or process of motivating someone
sentence: I motivate by desire to help poor people
to defeat (someone or something)
sentence: She overcomes from cancer.
a person who belongs to the same age group or social group as someone else
sentence: teenagers spending time with their peer groups.
to try very hard to do or achieve something.
sentence: I strive to be successful in my school.
a feeling of nervousness that makes you unable to relax
sentence: she is filled with tension about her job.
in this way or manner : like this
sentence : Environment is important in our life. thus, we have to protect it.
sentence:Compared to her problems, our problems seem trivial.