bag
/ˈbæɡ/
noun
something made of leather, cloth, plastic, or paper that we use to carry things in, particularly when we are traveling or shopping
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1She was late and in a hurry, but the people searched her and her bag carefully.
2The old woman looks in her bag.
3Kenny gets off the bus with his bag.
4Apple bags?
5Sleeping bag.
charger
/ˈtʃɑɹdʒɝ/
noun
a device that can refill a battery with electrical energy
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1We have a charger.
2Fold flat charger?
3This charger is long.
4Is my charger around here?
5The charger is right here.
coin
/ˈkɔɪn/
noun
a piece of metal, typically round and flat, used as money, issued by governments
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1Coins come later.
2Our fairy godfather Henry Louis Gates, Jr. academically coined the term Signifyin'.
3Coins leave pretty hefty marks on the glass.
4My friend Richard Mazuch, an architect in London, coined the phrase "invisible architecture."
5The tailgating-centric bacchanal around the Gator Bowl is coined the greatest outdoor cocktail party in the world.
credit card
/kɹˈɛdɪt kˈɑːɹd/
noun
a plastic card, usually given to us by a bank, that we use to pay for goods and services
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1Credit cards have the same thing.
2One common feature of the fire movement, credit cards used strategically.
3- Matching credit cards.
4So options are credit cards.
5You know, credit cards.
diary
/ˈdaɪɝi/, /ˈdaɪɹi/
noun
a book that is used by one to record one's personal experiences, feelings, activities, thoughts, etc.
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1People are just keeping diaries online.
2People all over the world write diaries.
3Diary writers include actors, writers, explorers, military men, country leaders, children, students and travellers.
4This project rescues diaries.
5Today's word is diary.
dictionary
/ˈdɪkʃəˌnɛɹi/
noun
a book or electronic resource that gives a list of words in alphabetical order and explains their meanings, or gives the equivalent words in a different language
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1Check a dictionary.
2Know your dictionary.
3My favorite number is dictionary.
4Cambridge dictionary has completely different symbols.
5Which dictionaries appears.
file
/ˈfaɪɫ/
noun
a piece of furniture that is typically used for storing documents, papers, and other materials in a neat and organized way
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1filing a complaint with HR.
2Corporations can file lawsuits too.
3Encrypted volumes encrypted files.
4The attorney general can file a secret complaint?
5File your case with the court.
glasses
/ˈɡɫæsəz/, /ˈɡɫæsɪz/
noun
a pair of lenses set in a frame that rests on the nose and ears, which we wear to see more clearly
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1So someone this weekend shared Google Glass with me, Google Glass, Glasses, Glass, Glasses?
2So someone this weekend shared Google Glass with me, Google Glass, Glasses, Glass, Glasses?
3All bundled up, you know, HOODIE, GLASSES, Big Boots.
4It is a very cruel episode for Don Quixote, but together with the fight with the Knight of the Looking-Glasses, these are two victories for Don Quixote, which together with the knowledge that is now in a book, add to his diluted sense of importance and of accomplishments.
5How to Separate Two Glasses that Are Stuck Together.
headphones
/ˈhɛdˌfoʊnz/
noun
a device that has two pieces that cover our ears and we use to listen to music or sounds without others hearing
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1Turn my HEADPHONES up !
2And you can use Sony's Headphones app to customize that sound with an EQ.
3James: YOU CAN'T LISTEN HEADPHONES WHILE YOU ARE MEETING PEOPLE.
4Headphones are a wonderful tool for keeping people out.
5Headphones, on the other hand, are small but still manage to provide amazing sound.
identity card
/aɪdˈɛntɪɾi kˈɑːɹd/
noun
any official card that shows someone's name, birth date, photograph, etc., proving who they are

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key
/ˈki/
noun
a specially shaped piece of metal used for locking or unlocking a door, starting a car, etc.
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1- Yeah. - System keys quick guide.
2Occasionally, composers will change keys.
3So composers do change keys.
4Do you guys want keys?
5Confidence is key.
lamp
/ˈɫæmp/
noun
an object that can give light by using electricity or burning gas or oil
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1When the lamp is off, the wax is slightly denser than the liquid around it.
2I love lamp.
3- I love lamp.
4I love lamp.
5You blow lamp the top.
magazine
/ˈmæɡəˌzin/
noun
a periodic publication or a large thin book with a paper cover that contains news stories, articles, photographs, etc., usually on a particular topic, sold weekly or monthly
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1Circulation grew quickly, partly because of the magazine's lack of competition.
2Magazines went out of business.
3For example, magazines have lots of captions.
4Magazines even have chapters.
5Time magazine reported the story.
newspaper
/ˈnuzˌpeɪpɝ/
noun
a printed publication or a set of large folded sheets of printed paper that contain news, articles, ads, etc., usually issued daily or weekly
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1People were just buying newspapers.
2Newspapers went out of business.
3The Venetian gazette was a precursor to the modern newspaper.
4Newspapers had circulations in the low thousands.
5Newspapers also have sections.
notebook
/ˈnoʊtˌbʊk/
noun
a small book with plain or ruled pages for writing notes in
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1Just get a notebook.
2Then out comes her notebook.
3Use a notebook.
4So grab your notebooks.
5Move the notebook.
pen
/ˈpɛn/
noun
an instrument for writing or drawing with ink, usually made of plastic or metal
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1Students buy pens.
2Four, three two, one, pens down!
3Pilots always lose pens.
4- We also got pens!
5So pens are valuable.
pencil
/ˈpɛnsəɫ/
noun
an instrument consisting of a narrow piece of wood and a thin piece of a black or colored substance in the middle, used for writing, drawing, etc.
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1Pencils are labeled accordingly.
2And the child will say, pencils.
3So we use pencils all the time.
4I collect pencils.
5- I said pencil.
mobile phone
/mˈoʊbəl fˈoʊn/
noun
a cellular phone or cell phone; ‌a phone without any wires and with access to a cellular radio system that we can carry with us and use anywhere
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1Ting does mobile phone service differently.
2Ting does mobile phone service differently.
3Our sponsor Ting does mobile phone service differently.
4Ting does mobile phone service differently.
5Mobile phones often have small buttons.
photo
/ˈfoʊˌtoʊ/
noun
an image captured by a camera
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1When I do fieldwork, I always take photos.
2Photos only has one widget.
3Another tip, add photos.
4Take photos.
5Photos always saves the original version of this.
piece of paper
/pˈiːs ʌv pˈeɪpɚ/
phrase
a thin and flat material made of wood that people usually write, print, or draw on

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purse
/ˈpɝs/
noun
a small bag that is used, particularly by women, to carry personal items
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1No purses returned.
2Hold up your purse.
3Got my purse.
4Hey, at least your shoes match your purse!
5and a lady clenched her purse.
scissors
/ˈsɪzɝz/
noun
a tool used to cut paper, cloth, etc. with two handles and two sharp edges, joined in the middle
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1Right after your question, start the Rock, Paper, Scissors chant.
2You will need A cooked lobster A small towel A large knife Scissors and a lobster cracker.
3You will need Scissors and adhesive tape.
4already did Rock, Paper, Scissors.
5-She's obsessed with Rock, Paper, and Scissors!
sunglasses
/ˈsənˌɡɫæsɪz/
noun
dark glasses that we wear to protect our eyes from sunlight or glare
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1- Sunglasses, perfume, scented lotions, tightening serums.
2You just got a free pair of SUNGLASSES.
3James: THAT WAS DOGS IN SUNGLASSES!
4About to do "DOGS in SUNGLASSES."
5We're doing "DOGS in SUNGLASSES."
tablet
/ˈtæbɫət/
noun
a flat, small, portable computer that one controls and uses by touching its screen
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1Tablets are definitely in a whole different construction class than cellphones.
2Your tablet also has a screen.
3The Nabi 2S kids tablet.
4Tablet slides right out.
5We got tablets.
ticket
/ˈtɪkət/, /ˈtɪkɪt/
noun
a piece of paper, text, card, or image showing that we have paid to enter a place, travel with a public transport, etc.
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1To get cheap tickets, buy them an hour or two before it begins.
2Tickets cost a minimum of around $2,000.
3Selling tickets right after.
4Tickets, got the tickets, sis.
5So you guys should buy tickets.
tissue
/ˈtɪsˌju/, /ˈtɪʃu/
noun
a piece of soft thin paper that is disposable and is used for cleaning
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1If this necrosis, or tissue death, happens after a sting, permanent scars may remain on a victim's skin.
2Normally, cells work together to form structures like organs, tissue or elements of the immune system.
3Women over 21 can undergo a regular pap smear, where a sample of tissue is gently scraped from the lining of the cervix to test for abnormal cells.
4This involves a doctor examining the cervix through a microscope, and possibly taking a small biopsy of tissue for closer examination.
5Then people want tissues.
umbrella
/ˈəmˌbɹɛɫə/, /əmˈbɹɛɫə/
noun
an object with a circular folding frame covered in cloth, used as protection against rain or hot sun
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1Hundreds of years ago, umbrellas were symbols of power and authority.
2Look for the City men with their dark suits and umbrellas!
3Umbrellas work really well because of excellent ventilation.
4By the way, female marines can hold umbrellas.
5The Tod's umbrella includes brands like Hogan, Fay, or Roger Vivier.
wallet
/ˈwɔɫət/
noun
a pocket-sized, folding case that is used for storing paper money, coin money, credit cards, etc.
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1Bring out the wallet.
2Next, we have wallets.
3Number 15, tie wallet.
4Phone, wallet, well, fear no more losers.
5- Stole the wallet.
watch
/ˈwɑtʃ/, /ˈwɔtʃ/
noun
a small clock or timepiece worn on a strap on one's wrist or carried in the pocket
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1Don went out for a walk in the morning but he forgot to put on his watch.
2Sara is watching her father.
3They watch the people in the street.
4If you haven't had a chance to watch El Camino on Netflix yet, make a U-turn and queue it up.
5Watch the video.
in
/ˈɪn/, /ɪn/
preposition
at a point inside or within a space or an area
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1Some bacteria help humans in many ways.
2The children are in the kitchen.
3In 2009, two researchers ran a simple experiment.
4Our story begins in the year 1963.
5My mother believed in dreams and possibilities.
on
/ˈɑn/, /ˈɔn/
preposition
used to show that an object is physically in contact with or attached to a surface or object
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1A young person was standing on the other side of the pond.
2She quickly puts a golden apple on the table.
3She quickly puts some wax on the scales.
4The jogger puts his hand on the old woman’s arm.
5Addiction overall is tough on any human being.
under
/ˈəndɝ/
preposition
in, to, or through a position that is below something
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1So it goes back under the ground and sleeps again.
2Now she is sitting under the most beautiful Christmas tree.
3Google began organizing its health initiatives under the name Google Health in 2018, and now it boasts over 500 employees.
4Pull the edges of the knot under.
5The sauce is under.

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