altogether /ˌɔːltəˈɡeðə(r)/ (adj) (used to emphasize something) completely; in every way Example: I am not altogether happy (= I am very unhappy) about the decision.
apart /əˈpɑːt/ (adj) separated by a distance, of space or time Example: The two houses stood 500 metres apart.
article /ˈɑːtɪkl/ (n) a piece of writing about a particular subject in a newspaper or magazine, on a website, etc. Example: Have you seen that article about young fashion designers?
attempt /əˈtempt/ (v) an act of trying to do something, especially something difficult, often with no success Example: Do not attempt to repair this yourself.
camp /kæmp/ (v) a place where people live temporarily in tents or temporary buildings Example: I camped overnight in a field.
castle /ˈkɑːsl/ (n) a large strong building with thick, high walls and towers, built in the past by kings or queens, or other important people, to defend themselves against attack Example: Windsor Castle
connection /kəˈnekʃn/ (n) something that connects two facts, ideas, etc. Example: How did you make the connection(= realize that there was a connection between two facts that did not seem to be related)?
drugstore /ˈdrʌɡstɔː(r)/ (n) a shop that sells medicines and also other types of goods, for example cosmetics Example: we picked up her medicine and some toothpaste at the drugstore.
dry /draɪ/ (adj) not wet or sticky; without water or moisture Example: Her mouth felt as dry as a bone(= completely dry).
electrical /ɪˈlektrɪkl/ (adj) connected with electricity; using or producing electricity Example: an electrical fault in the engine
embarrassment /ɪmˈbærəsmənt/ (n) shy, uncomfortable or guilty feelings; a feeling of being embarrassed Example: Much to her embarrassment she realized that everybody had been listening to her singing.
encourage /ɪnˈkʌrɪdʒ/ (v) to give somebody support, courage or hope Example: We were greatly encouraged by the positive response of the public.
exercise /ˈeksəsaɪz/ (n) physical or mental activity that you do to stay healthy or become stronger Example: to take exercise
expression /ɪkˈspreʃn/ (n) a word or phrase Example: The riots are the most serious expression of anti-government feeling yet.
family /ˈfæməli/ (n) a group consisting of one or two parents and their children Example: Almost every family in the country owns a television.