aim /eɪm/ (v) to try or plan to achieve something Example: They are aiming to reduce unemployment by 50%.
attack /əˈtæk/ (v) an act of using violence to try to hurt or kill somebody Example: A woman was attacked and robbed by a gang of youths.
best /best/ (n) of the most excellent type or quality Example: They're all good players, but she's the best of all.
briefly /ˈbriːfli/ (adj) for a short time Example: She met John briefly on Friday night.
call /kɔːl/ (n) to give somebody/something a particular name; to use a particular name or title when you are talking to somebody Example: to get/have/receive a call from somebody
cat /kæt/ (n) a small animal with soft fur that people often keep as a pet. Cats catch and kill birds and mice. Example: cat food
earth /ɜːθ/ (n) the world; the planet that we live on Example: The earth revolves around the sun.
example /ɪɡˈzɑːmpl/ (n) something such as an object, a fact or a situation that shows, explains or supports what you say Example: Can you give me an example of what you mean?
fit /fɪt/ (v) to be the right shape and size for somebody/something Example: That jacket fits well.
fully /ˈfʊli/ (adj) completely Example: We are fully aware of the dangers.
I /aɪ/ (adv) used as the subject of a verb when the speaker or writer is referring to himself/herself Example: I'm not going to fall, am I?
June /dʒuːn/ (n) the 6th month of the year, between May and July Example: A lot of people get married in June.
law /lɔː/ (n) a rule that deals with a particular crime, agreement, etc. Example: Defence attorneys can use any means within the law to get their client off.
lie /laɪ/ (n) to be or put yourself in a flat position so that you are not standing or sitting Example: to tell a lie
passport /ˈpɑːspɔːt/ (n) an official document that identifies you as a citizen of a particular country, and that you may have to show when you enter or leave a country Example: I was stopped as I went through passport control (= where passports are checked).