border /ˈbɔːdə(r)/ (n) the line that divides two countries or areas; the land near this line Example: a border town/state
box /bɒks/ (n) a container made of wood, thick card, metal, etc. with a flat stiff base and sides and often a lid (= cover) , used especially for holding solid things Example: a toolbox
chair /tʃeə(r)/ (n) a piece of furniture for one person to sit on, with a back, a seat and four legs Example: a table and chairs
depend on/upon something Example: It would depend on the circumstances.
difference /ˈdɪfrəns/ (n) the way in which two people or things are not like each other; the way in which somebody/something has changed Example: There are no significant differences between the education systems of the two countries.
director /dəˈrektə(r)/ (n) one of a group of senior managers who run a company Example: an executive/non-executive director
excluding /ɪkˈskluːdɪŋ/ (pre) not including Example: Lunch costs £10 per person, excluding drinks.
fresh /freʃ/ (adj) recently produced or picked and not frozen, dried or preserved in tins or cans Example: vegetables fresh from the garden
hammer /ˈhæmə(r)/ (n) a tool with a handle and a heavy metal head, used for breaking things or hitting nails Example: a gentle tap with a hammer
height /haɪt/ (n) the measurement of how tall a person or thing is Example: She is the same height as her sister.
improvement /ɪmˈpruːvmənt/ (n) the act of making something better; the process of something becoming better Example: There is still room for improvement in your work.
irritated /ˈɪrɪteɪtɪd/ (adj) annoyed or angry Example: She was getting more and more irritated at his comments.
load /ləʊd/ (v) something that is being carried (usually in large amounts) by a person, vehicle, etc. Example: We finished loading and set off.
magazine /ˌmæɡəˈziːn/ (n) a type of large thin book with a paper cover that you can buy every week or month, containing articles, photographs, etc., often on a particular topic; a similar collection of articles, etc. that appears regularly online Example: a magazine article/interview
nail /neɪl/ (n) the thin hard layer covering the outer tip of the fingers or toes Example: nail clippers