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good

good

/ˈɡʊd/, /ɡɪd/
adjective
having an acceptable standard or high quality

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other

other

/ˈəðɝ/
adjective
being the one that is different, extra, or not included

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little

little

/ˈɫɪtəɫ/
adjective
small in amount, size, or degree

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new

new

/ˈnju/, /ˈnu/
adjective
made, introduced, built, etc. not long ago; not existing before

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great

great

/ˈɡɹeɪt/
adjective
large in degree, size, or quantity

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different

different

/ˈdɪfɝənt/, /ˈdɪfɹənt/
adjective
not the same as someone or something in form, quality, nature, etc.

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divine

divine

/dɪˈvaɪn/
adjective
like, from, or related to God or a god

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big

big

/ˈbɪɡ/
adjective
large or above average in size, amount, degree, etc.

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right

right

/ˈɹaɪt/
adjective
free from error; correct and based on facts

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same

same

/ˈseɪm/
adjective
not different and exactly as the one mentioned

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next

next

/ˈnɛks/, /ˈnɛkst/
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coming immediately after something in time or order

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last

last

/ˈɫæs/, /ˈɫæst/
adjective
final; happening at the end or coming after all others in order or time

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own

own

/ˈoʊn/
adjective
used for showing that someone or something belongs to or is connected with a particular person or thing

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sure

sure

/ˈʃʊɹ/
adjective
expressing confidence regarding something

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bad

bad

/ˈbæd/
adjective
having a low standard or poor quality

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important

important

/ˌɪmˈpɔɹtənt/
adjective
being of great value; having great effect

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high

high

/ˈhaɪ/
adjective
having a relatively great vertical extent

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able

able

/ˈeɪbəɫ/
adjective
having the necessary skill, power, resources, etc. for doing something

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old

old

/ˈoʊɫd/
adjective
of a particular or specified age
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Now many adult children live with their parents until they are 30 or 40 years old.

Their old beliefs about illness may conflict with modern attempts to cure or prevent malaria.

However, some workers will be able to live in their old farm communities.

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small

small

/ˈsmɔɫ/
adjective
not large or below average in amount, number, size, etc.

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whole

whole

/ˈhoʊɫ/
adjective
complete or including every part

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well

well

/ˈwɛɫ/
adjective
healthy or in good health; recovered from illness

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long

long

/ˈɫɔŋ/
adjective
having a great distance or length between two points

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nice

nice

/ˈnaɪs/, /ˈnis/
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enjoyable, pleasant, or attractive

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real

real

/ˈɹiɫ/
adjective
happening or being in the world and not on someone's mind

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