available /əˈveɪləbl/
(adj) that you can get, buy, or find
Example: I checked the list of available compact discs before ordering

broaden /ˈbrɔːdn/
(v) to become wider
Example: Dominique wants to broaden her knowledge of opera history

category /ˈkætəɡəri/
(n) group of people or things with particular features in common
Example: Jazz is one of many categories of music

disparate /ˈdɪspərət/
made up of parts or people that are very different from each other
Example: Religious song cut across disparate categories of music

divide /dɪˈvaɪd/
(v) to separate or make something separate into parts
Example: The music class was evenly divided between those who liked country and western music and those who do not

favor /'feivə/
(v) to prefer one plan, way of doing something, ect to another
Example: Sam enjoys the works of several composers but he tends to favor Mozart

instinct /ˈɪnstɪŋkt/
(n) a natural tendency for people and animals to behave in a particular way, using the knowledge and abilities that they were born
Example: The student's ability to play the cello was so natural, it seemed an instinct

prefer /prɪˈfɜː(r)/
(v) to like one thing or person better than another
Example: Ms. Lanet prefers to get a seat near the aisle when she attends a concert

reason /ˈriːzn/
(n) a cause or an explanation for something that has happened
Example: There is every reason to believe that Beethoven will still be popular in the next century

relaxation /ˌriːlækˈseɪʃn/
(n) ways of resting and enjoying yourself
Example: He played the piano for relaxation and pleasure

taste /teɪst/
(n) a person's ability to choose things that people recognize as being of good quality or appropriate
Example: He has very good taste in music.

urge /ɜːdʒ/
(v) to advise or try hard to persuade someone to do something
Example: His mother urged him to study the piano