alternatively /ɔːlˈtɜːnətɪvli/ (adj) used to introduce a suggestion that is a second choice or possibility Example: The agency will make travel arrangements for you. Alternatively, you can organize your own transport.
appear /əˈpɪə(r)/ (v) to start to be seen Example: It appears that there has been a mistake.
attitude /ˈætɪtjuːd/ (n) the way that you think and feel about somebody/something; the way that you behave towards somebody/something that shows how you think and feel Example: the government's attitude towards single parents
camping /ˈkæmpɪŋ/ (n) living in a tent, etc. on holiday Example: Do you go camping?
efficient /ɪˈfɪʃnt/ (adj) doing something in a good, careful and complete way with no waste of time, money or energy Example: As we get older, our bodies become less efficient at burning up calories.
entrance /ˈentrəns/ (n) a door, gate, passage, etc. used for entering a room, building or place Example: I'll meet you at the main entrance.
equal /ˈiːkwəl/ (adj) the same in size, quantity, value, etc. as something else Example: two pieces of wood equal in length/of equal length
existence /ɪɡˈzɪstəns/ (n) the state or fact of being real or living or of being present Example: I was unaware of his existence until today.
fame /feɪm/ (n) the state of being known and talked about by many people Example: to rise/shoot to fame overnight
fishing /ˈfɪʃɪŋ/ (n) the sport or business of catching fish Example: They often go fishing.
football /ˈfʊtbɔːl/ (n) a game played by two teams of 11 players, using a round ball that players kick up and down the playing field. Teams try to kick the ball into the other team’s goal. Example: to play football
grocery /ˈɡrəʊsəri/ (n) a shop that sells food and other things used in the home. In American English ‘grocery store ’ is often used to mean ‘supermarket’. Example: The property is within walking distance of the village grocery and post office.
hole /həʊl/ (n) a hollow space in something solid or in the surface of something Example: The bomb blew a huge hole in the ground.
increase /ɪnˈkriːs/ (n) to become greater in amount, number, value, etc.; to make something greater in amount, number, value, etc. Example: an increase of 2p in the pound on income tax
lead /liːdled/ (v) to go with or in front of a person or an animal to show the way or to make them go in the right direction Example: The receptionist led the way to the boardroom.