against /əˈɡenst/ (pre) opposing or disagreeing with somebody/something Example: the fight against terrorism
arise /əˈraɪz/ (v) to happen; to start to exist Example: A storm arose during the night.
behaviour /bɪˈheɪvjə(r)/ (n) the way that somebody behaves, especially towards other people Example: His behaviour towards her was becoming more and more aggressive.
benefit /ˈbenɪfɪt/ (v) an advantage that something gives you; a helpful and useful effect that something has Example: We should spend the money on something that will benefit everyone.
cabinet /ˈkæbɪnət/ (n) a group of senior members of a government that is responsible for advising and deciding on government policy Example: the shadow Cabinet (= the most important members of the opposition party)
conservative /kənˈsɜːvətɪv/ (adj) opposed to great or sudden social change; showing that you prefer traditional styles and values Example: Her style of dress was never conservative.
core /kɔː(r)/ (n) the most important or central part of something Example: Don't throw your apple core on the floor!
count /kaʊnt/ (v) to say numbers in the correct order Example: Billy can't count yet.
deal with something Example: Have you dealt with these letters yet?
eight /eɪt/ (adj) 8 Example: She was eight (years old) when her family moved here.
emerge /ɪˈmɜːdʒ/ (v) to move out of or away from something and become possible to see Example: We emerged into bright sunlight.
fetch /fetʃ/ (v) to go to where somebody/something is and bring them/it back Example: The inhabitants have to walk a mile to fetch water.
hot /hɒt/ (adj) having a high temperature; producing heat Example: Do you like this hot weather?
liquid /ˈlɪkwɪd/ (n) a substance that flows freely and is not a solid or a gas, for example water or oil Example: She poured the dark brown liquid down the sink.
matching /ˈmætʃɪŋ/ (adj) having the same colour, pattern, style, etc. and therefore looking attractive together Example: a pine table with four matching chairs