apart from /əˈpɑːt frəm/ (pre) except for Example: I've finished apart from the last question.
atom /ˈætəm/ (n) the smallest particle of a chemical element that can exist Example: Two atoms of hydrogen combine with one atom of oxygen to form a molecule of water.
broken /ˈbrəʊkən/ (adj) that has been damaged or injured; no longer whole or working correctly Example: a broken window/plate
career /kəˈrɪə(r)/ (n) the series of jobs that a person has in a particular area of work, usually involving more responsibility as time passes Example: a career soldier/diplomat(= a professional one)
cow /kaʊ/ (n) a large animal kept on farms to produce milk or beef Example: a herd of dairy cows (= cows kept for their milk)
encouragement /ɪnˈkʌrɪdʒmənt/ (n) the act of encouraging somebody to do something; something that encourages somebody Example: With a little encouragement from his parents he should do well.
entire /ɪnˈtaɪə(r)/ (adj) including everything, everyone or every part Example: I have never in my entire life heard such nonsense!
especially /ɪˈspeʃəli/ (adj) more with one person, thing, etc. than with others, or more in particular circumstances than in others Example: Teenagers are very fashion conscious, especially girls.
everything /ˈevriθɪŋ/ (adv) all things Example: When we confronted him, he denied everything.
furniture /ˈfɜːnɪtʃə(r)/ (n) objects that can be moved, such as tables, chairs and beds, that are put into a house or an office to make it suitable for living or working in Example: We need to buy some new furniture.
gentle /ˈdʒentl/ (adj) calm and kind; doing things in a quiet and careful way Example: She was the gentlest of nurses.
include /ɪnˈkluːd/ (v) if one thing includes another, it has the second thing as one of its parts Example: Does the price include tax?
last /læst/ determiner happening or coming after all other similar things or people Example: She was last to arrive.
lend /lend/ (v) to give something to somebody or allow them to use something that belongs to you, which they have to return to you later Example: Has he returned that book you lent him?
look /lʊk/ (v) to turn your eyes in a particular direction Example: Don't look now, but there's someone staring at you!