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water

water

/ˈwɔtɝ/
noun
a liquid with no color, smell or taste, that falls as rain, forms lakes, rivers and seas, and is used for drinking, washing, etc.

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fact

fact

/ˈfækt/
noun
something that is known to be true or real, especially when it can be proved

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work

work

/ˈwɝk/
noun
activity that requires physical or mental effort

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problem

problem

/ˈpɹɑbɫəm/
noun
something that causes difficulties and is hard to overcome
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Having farms in the city would solve these problems.

Malaria is a serious health problem.

There are other problems, too.

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side

side

/ˈsaɪd/
noun
either half of an object or place that is to the right or left of its center

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hand

hand

/ˈhænd/
noun
the part of the body including the fingers and thumb at the end of the arm

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body

body

/ˈbɑdi/
noun
a person or animal's physical structure, which includes the organs, flesh, and bones

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country

country

/ˈkəntɹi/
noun
an area of land or a territory, occupied by a nation, with its own government and official borders

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story

story

/ˈstɔɹi/
noun
a description of events and people either real or imaginary

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example

example

/ɪɡˈzæmpəɫ/
noun
something such as a situation, object, fact, etc. that shows or proves what one is saying

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state

state

/ˈsteɪt/
noun
a person or thing's condition at a particular time

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week

week

/ˈwik/
noun
a period of seven days starting on Sunday in the US
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Two weeks after the people had taken the medicine, the scientists found many dead mosquitoes.

Even if a video goes viral, it will probably be mostly forgotten within three or four weeks.

They spend two to three days a week just driving around.

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friend

friend

/ˈfɹɛnd/
noun
someone we know well and trust, and who is not usually a member of our family

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end

end

/ˈɛnd/
noun
the final part of something, such as an event, a story, etc.

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stuff

stuff

/ˈstəf/
noun
things that we cannot or do not need to name when we are talking about them

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car

car

/kɑɹ/
noun
a road vehicle with four wheels, powered by an engine, that can carry a small number of people

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book

book

/ˈbʊk/
noun
a set of printed pages that are held together in a cover so that we can turn them and read them

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name

name

/ˈneɪm/
noun
what we are called, is our name; a word by which we know something or someone

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reason

reason

/ˈɹizən/
noun
something that explains an action or event

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sea

sea

/ˈsi/
noun
the salt water that covers most of the earth’s surface and surrounds its continents and islands

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family

family

/ˈfæməɫi/, /ˈfæmɫi/
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a group of people who are related to each other, consisting of one or two parents and their children

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power

power

/ˈpaʊɝ/
noun
the ability to control or have an effect on things or people

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food

food

/ˈfud/
noun
things that people and animals eat, such as meat or vegetables

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system

system

/ˈsɪstəm/
noun
an organized collection of theories, ideas, or a method of attaining a particular objective

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game

game

/ˈɡeɪm/
noun
an activity often with fixed rules that we do for amusement or fun

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