afterwards /ˈɑːftəwədz/ (adj) at a later time; after an event that has already been mentioned Example: Let's go out now and eat afterwards.
beyond /bɪˈjɒnd/ (adj) on or to the further side of something Example: Snowdon and the mountains beyond were covered in snow.
black /blæk/ (n) having the very darkest colour, like coal or the sky at night Example: the black of the night sky
clothes /kləʊðz/ (n) the things that you wear, such as trousers, dresses and jackets Example: to put on/take off your clothes
collection /kəˈlekʃn/ (n) a group of objects, often of the same sort, that have been collected Example: a stamp/coin, etc. collection
command /kəˈmɑːnd/ (n) an order given to a person or an animal Example: Begin when I give the command.
conventional /kənˈvenʃənl/ (adj) tending to follow what is done or considered acceptable by society in general; normal and ordinary, and perhaps not very interesting Example: conventional behaviour/morality
criterion /kraɪˈtɪəriən/ (n) a standard or principle by which something is judged, or with the help of which a decision is made Example: What criteria are used for assessing a student's ability?
fairly /ˈfeəli/ (adj) to some extent but not very Example: a fairly easy book
foreign /ˈfɒrən/ (adj) in or from a country that is not your own Example: foreign holidays
grave /ɡreɪv/ (n) a place in the ground where a dead person is buried Example: There were flowers on the grave.
hill /hɪl/ (n) an area of land that is higher than the land around it, but not as high as a mountain Example: a hill farm/town/fort
hundred /ˈhʌndrəd/ (adj) 100 Example: There were just a hundred of them there.
lawyer /ˈlɔɪə(r)/ (n) a person who is trained and qualified to advise people about the law and to represent them in court, and to write legal documents Example: I want to see my lawyer before I say anything.
musical /ˈmjuːzɪkl/ (adj) connected with music; containing music Example: musical styles/tastes