acceptable /əkˈseptəbl/ (adj) agreed or approved of by most people in a society Example: Children must learn socially acceptable behaviour.
beat /biːt/ (n) to defeat somebody in a game or competition Example: His heart missed a beat when he saw her.
cheaply /ˈtʃiːpli/ (adj) without spending or costing much money Example: a cheaply made movie
cheque /tʃek/ (n) a printed form that you can write on and sign as a way of paying for something instead of using money Example: to write a cheque
click /klɪk/ (v) to choose a particular function or item on a computer screen, etc., by pressing one of the buttons on a mouse or touchpad Example: To run a window, just double-click on the icon.
convention /kənˈvenʃn/ (n) the way in which something is done that most people in a society expect and consider to be polite or the right way to do it Example: Convention demands that a club member should resign in such a situation.
curly /ˈkɜːli/ (adj) having a lot of curls or a curved shape Example: short curly hair
do /duː/ auxiliary verb ditto Example: Don't forget to write.
easily /ˈiːzəli/ (adj) without problems or difficulty Example: The museum is easily accessible by car.
eastern /ˈiːstən/ (adj) located in the east or facing east Example: the eastern slopes of the mountain
error /ˈerə(r)/ (n) a mistake, especially one that causes problems or affects the result of something Example: I think you have made an error in calculating the total.
fat /fæt/ (adj) having too much flesh on it and weighing too much Example: He grew fatter and fatter.
funeral /ˈfjuːnərəl/ (n) a ceremony, often a religious one, for burying or cremating (= burning) a dead person Example: a funeral procession
lecture /ˈlektʃə(r)/ (n) a talk that is given to a group of people to teach them about a particular subject, often as part of a university or college course Example: a lecture room/hall
light /laɪt/ (n) the energy from the sun, a lamp, etc. that makes it possible to see things Example: Bring it into the light so I can see it.