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accept
/əkˈsept/
1. He asked me to marry him and I
accepted.
2. She won't accept advice from
anyone.
3. I accept that this will not be
popular.
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affect
/əˈfekt/
1. Your opinion will not affect my
decision.
2. Try not to let his problems
affect you too much.
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agree
/əˈɡriː/
1. She agreed to let me go home
early.
2. I totally agree with you .
3. I partly agree with you.
KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
allow
/əˈlaʊ/
1. His parents won't allow him to
stay out late.
2. Smoking is not allowed in this
hospital
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answer
/ˈænsər/
1. I repeated the question, but she
didn't answer.
2. He answered me with a smile .
3. answer my phone.
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appear
/əˈpɪr/
1. He suddenly appeared in front
of me.
2. I don't like to appear on TV.
3. It appears that there has been
a mistake.
KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
apply
/əˈplaɪ/
1. Apply for a job.
2. Apply the cream to your face
and neck.
3. You should apply in person.
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argue
/ˈɑːrɡjuː/
1. My brothers are always arguing.
2. I don't want to argue with you—
just do it!
3. It's normal for couples to argue
all the time.
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arrive
/əˈraɪv/
1. Sorry for arriving late for a
meeting.
2. The train arrived at the station
20 minutes late.
3. When will your train arrive?
KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
ask
/æsk/
1. Can I ask a question?
2. She asked the students their
names.
3. He asked me to marry him.
KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
avoid
/əˈvɔɪd/
1. I leave early to avoid the traffic
jam.
2. You should avoid eating fast
foods.
3. Try to avoid foods which
contain a lot of fat.
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become
/bɪˈkʌm/
1. She’s studying to become a
teacher.
2. His job has become his whole
life.
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begin
/bɪˈɡɪn/
1. Let's begin at page 9.
2. She began to cry.
3. When will you begin recruiting?
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believe
/bɪˈliːv/
1. Believe me, she's not right for
you.
2. He never believes me!
3. It's hard to believe that!
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better
/ˈbetər/
1. He tries to better himself
everyday .
2. Their success that season could
not be bettered.
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book
/bʊk/
1. I booked a flight to Hanoi.
2. You should book early if we
want to get a room.
3. The hotel is fully booked
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break
/breɪk/
1. Break a cup.
2. He broke the chocolate in two.
3. She broke the silence by
coughing.
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build
/bɪld/
1. I plan to build 10 new houses.
2. We want to build a better life.
3. They're building a new bridge
across the river.
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buy
/baɪ/
1. He bought me this dress.
2. Where did you buy that dress?
3. I bought it from a friend for
£10.
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care
/ker/
1. I don't care what he does.
2. She really cares about your
job.
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carry
/ˈkæri/
1. She carried her baby in her
arms.
2. Policemen in many countries
can carry guns.
3. Let me carry your bag.
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catch
/kætʃ/
1. Throw it. I will catch it.
2. How many fish do you catch?
3. I caught her smoking in the
room.
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cause
/kɔːz/
1. Do they know what caused the
fire?
2. The bad weather is causing
problems for many farmers.
3. The bright light caused her to
blink.
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challenge
/kɔːz/
1. Do they know what caused the
fire?
2. The bad weather is causing
problems for many farmers.
3. The bright light caused her to
blink.
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change
/tʃeɪndʒ/
1. Her life changed completely
when she won the lottery.
2. Fame hasn't really changed
him.
3. The lights change from red to
green.
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charge
/tʃɑːrdʒ/
1. The restaurant charged me £20
for lunch.
2. He only charged me half price.
3. They charge you $20.
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check
/tʃek/
1. Hang on—I just need to check
my email.
2. Check your work before
handing it in.
3. Check your work before
handing it in.
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choose
/tʃuːz/
1. Sarah chose her words
carefully.
2. You'll have to choose whether
to buy it or not.
3. Danny, come here and choose
your ice cream.
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clear
/klɪr/
1. It's your turn to clear the table.
2. I'll make the coffee if you clear
the table.
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close
/kloʊz/
1. Let's close the curtains.
2. The doors open and close
automatically.
3. What time does the bank
close?
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compare
/kəmˈper/
1. We compared the two reports
carefully.
2. This house doesn't compare
with our previous one.
3. have you compared prices in
other shops?
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concern
/kənˈsɜːrn/
1. Please pay attention because
this information concerns all of
you.
2. His attitude concerns me.
3. What I have to say to Amy
doesn't concern you.
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consider
/kənˈsɪdər/
1. We're considering buying a new
car.
2. You should consider other
people before you act.
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contain
/kənˈteɪn/
1. This drink doesn't contain any
alcohol.
2. The bottle contains (= can
hold) two litres.
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continue
/kənˈtɪnjuː/
1. She wants to continue working
until she is 60.
2. He continued to ignore
everything I was saying.
3. Please continue—I didn't mean
to interrupt.
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control
/kənˈtroʊl/
1. Try to control your breathing.
2. He can't control his feelings.
3. She controls 7.5% of the
company.
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cost
/kɔːst/
1. "How much does this book
cost?"
"It costs $10."
2. This trip will cost you $1,000.
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cover
/ˈkʌvər/
1.The light was so bright that I had
to cover my eyes.
2. Cover the meat with a layer of
cheese.
3. She covered him (up) with a
blanket.
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create
/kriˈeɪt/
1. The government plans to create
more jobs for young people.
2. It's important to create a good
impression when you meet a new
girl.
3. The reorganization has created
a lot of bad feeling.
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cut
/kʌt/
1. I cut a piece of birthday cake
for them.
2. Now cut the tomatoes in half.
3. Buyers will bargain hard to cut
the cost of the house they want.
4. His salary has been cut by ten
per cent.
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dance
/dæns/
1. The children are dancing
around her.
2. Dance the tango.
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decide
/dɪˈsaɪd/
1. I decide to go home early .
2. I decided I would try it.
3. I can't decide what to do.
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describe
/dɪˈskraɪb/
1. Can you describe your new
house to me?
2. Describe how you did it.
3. Just describe what happened.
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design
/dɪˈzaɪn/
1. Can you design us a poster?
2. He designed and built his own
house.
3. to design a car/a dress/an
office
4. Adam designed and wrote the
software.
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determine
/dɪˈtɜːrmɪn/
1. They determined to start early.
2. People should be allowed to
determine their own future.
3. I can’t determine why your
phone isn’t working.
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develop
/dɪˈveləp/
1. The child is developing
normally.
2. She developed her business
from nothing.
3. They developed their
relationship over a number of
years.
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die
/daɪ/
1. She died young.
2. The old customs are dying.
3. His secret died with him.
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dream
/dɪˈskʌs/
1. Have you discussed the problem
with anyone?
2. We need to discuss when we
should go.
3. Stop shouting and let's discuss
this now .
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draw
/drɔː/
1. You draw beautifully.
2. She drew a house.
3. He's an excellent speaker who
always draws a crowd.
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dream
/driːm/
1. He dreamt about you last night
.
2. I dreamt (that) I got the job.
3. She dreams of running her own
business.
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drive
/draɪv/
1. Don't drive so fast!
2. Could you drive me home?
3. He drives me crazy.
4. He leaves dirty clothes all over
the floor and it's driving me mad
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drop
/drɑːp/
1. Be careful not to drop that
plate.
2. Please, drop me near the bank.
3. I drop yoga and do aerobics
instead.
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eat
/iːt/
1. I was too nervous to eat.
2. Would you like to eat pizza?
3. When I've got a cold, I don't
feel like eating.
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end
/end/
1. They decided to end their
relationship.
2. They ended the play with a
song.
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enjoy
/ɪnˈdʒɔɪ/
1. Thanks for a great evening.
2. Here's that book I promised
you. Enjoy!
3. She likes her job because she
enjoys meeting people.
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enter
/ˈentər/
1. Please knock before entering.
2. You have to enter a password
to access the computer.
3. Someone entered the room
behind me.
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establish
/ɪˈstæblɪʃ/
1. The organisation was
established in 1992.
2. My brothers established a
clothes business.
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expect
/ɪkˈspekt/
1. don't expect too much from him.
2. I didn’t expect him to become a
successful writer.
3. He didn't expect to see me.
4. I expect (that) you'll find it
somewhere in your bedroom.
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explain
/ɪkˈspleɪn/
1. First, I'll explain the rules of the
game.
2.Please could you explain why
you're so late.
3. She tried to explain but he
wouldn't listen.
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face
/feɪs/
1. Most of the rooms face the sea.
2. It's not easy to face the truth.
3. Let's face it, we're not going to
win.
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fail
/feɪl/
1. She failed to get into FTU
university.
2. What will you do if you fail?
3. He failed his driving test.
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fall
/fɔːl/
1. This price falls 30 percent.
2. He fell off his bike and broke
his leg.
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feel
/fiːl/
1. I know exactly how you feel.
2. How do you feel .
3. I don't feel comfortable in high
heels.
4. He makes me feel annoyed
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fight
/faɪt/
1. Fight a war.
2. My little brothers are always
fighting.
3. I wish they wouldn't fight in
front of the kids.
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fill
/fɪl/
1. Please fill this glass for me.
2. Smoke filled the room.
3. Fill in a form.
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find
/faɪnd/
1. Can you find my bag for me?
2. I will try to find a solution to
the problem.
3. I found (that) I could easily
swim a mile.
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finish
/ˈfɪnɪʃ/
1. I'll call you when I've finished my
homework.
2. The meeting will finish at 7p.m
3. Have you finished that book?
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ly
/flaɪ/
1. He's learning to fly.
2. I usually fly Vietnam Airlines.
3. Is this the first time that you've
flown?
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focus
/ˈfoʊkəs/
1. the camera focuses on her
face.
2. The discussion focused on
three main problems.
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follow
/ˈfɑːloʊ/
1. Follow me please. I'll show you
the way.
2. Why didn't you follow my
advice?
3. Sorry, I don't follow you.
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forget
/fərˈɡet/
1. He forget how much he paid for
it.
2. Don't forget to call me .
3. Hey, don't forget me! .
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give
/ɡɪv/
1. Did you give the waiter a tip?
2. Give me a reason .
3. We don't usually give presents
to people at work.
4. They never gave me a
chance/choice.
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grow
/ɡroʊ/
1. The company is growing bigger
all the time.
2. India grows tea for export.
India .
3. grow old .
4. She grew up in Boston.
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guess
/ɡes/
1. Can you guess his age?
2. ‘He didn't see me, I guess.
3. Can you guess where I've been?
4. You would never guess (that) she
had problems. She’s always so
cheerful.
5. I guess that he will come late
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happen
/ˈhæpən/
1. I'll be there whatever happens.
2. I don't know how this happened.
3. What happens if nobody comes to
the party?
4. You'll never guess what's
happened!
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hear
/hɪr/
1. The line is very bad. I can’t hear
you.
2. He could hear a dog barking.
3. I was sorry to hear about your
accident.
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help
/help/
1. Come and help me lift this box.
2. He helps me clean the room.
3. If you want another drink, just
help yourself.
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hit
/hɪt/
1. My parents never hits me.
2. The bus hit the bridge.
3. hit the ball .
4. Temperatures hit 40°
yesterday.
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hold
/hoʊld/
1. The girl held her father's hand
tightly.
2. I'll hold the door open for you.
3. She asked me to hold the line.
4. You have to hold my hand
when we cross the road
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hope
/hoʊp/
1. I hope (that) you’re okay.
2.Let's hope we can find a
parking space.
3. We hope to arrive around two.
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imagine
/ɪˈmædʒɪn/
1. I can't imagine life without
money .
2. Close your eyes and imagine
(that) you are in a forest.
3. Imagine earning a lot of
money!
4. There's nobody there. You're
imagining things.
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impact
/ɪmˈpækt/
1. Her father's death impacted
greatly on her childhood years.
2. The company's performance
was impacted by the high value
of the pound.
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improve
/ɪmˈpruːv/
1. He did a lot to improve conditions
for factory workers.
2. I need to improve my French.
3. His quality of life has improved
dramatically since the operation.
4. Her grades have improved greatly
this semester.
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include
/ɪnˈkluːd/
1. Does the price include tax?
2. You should include some
examples in the essay.
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increase
/ɪnˈkriːs/
1. The price of oil increased.
2. We need to increase
productivity.
3. Our main aim is to increase
sales by 12% this year.
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involve
/ɪnˈvɑːlv/
1.Many of the crimes involved
drugs.
2. The job would involve travelling
to Paris.
3. Her job involves filing and other
office work.
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join
/dʒɔɪn/
1. She joined the company three
months ago.
2. Will you join us for lunch?
3. How do these two pieces join?
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keep
/kiːp/
1. I'm very sorry to keep you
waiting.
2. Here's a five dollar bill—please
keep the change.
3. Can you keep a secret?
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know
/noʊ/
1. Do you know his phone number?
2. I knew that he loved you
3. Sorry, I don't know how to cook
Phở.
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laugh
/læf/
1. She always makes me laugh.
2. laugh loudly/aloud/out loud.
3. They laughed at her jokes.
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lead
/liːd/
1. If you lead, I'll follow.
2. Which door leads to the yard?
3. Eating too much sugar can
lead to health problems.
4. Lead a discussion
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learn
/lɜːrn/
1. learn a language/a musical
instrument/a skill.
2. He's learning to dance.
3. I'm sure she will learn from her
mistakes.
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leave
/liːv/
1. I usually leave home at 7 a.m.
2. Leave the dishes—I'll do them
later.
3. I've left my bag on the bus.
4. She left £1 million to her daughter.
5. Leave a message
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like
/laɪk/
1. He doesn't like to ask his parents
for help.
2. Do you like their new house?
3. At weekends I like to sleep late.
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list
/lɪst/
1. Can you list some items that are
missing?
2. I've listed some useful tips on
the handout.
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listen
/ ˈlɪsn/
1. I listened carefully to her story.
2. Sorry, I wasn't really listening.
3. She does all the talking - I just
sit and listen
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live
/lɪv/
1. We used to live in London.
2. Spiders can live for several
days without food.
3. live something She lived a very
happy life.
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look
/lʊk/
1. She looked at me & smiled .
2. Are you still looking for a job?
3. That book looks interesting.
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lose
/luːz/
1. I've lost my keys.
2. Sit down or you will lose your
seat.
3. I lose my game.
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love
/lʌv/
1. You two love each other, why
not get married?
2. He loved the way she smiled.
3. He love you so much.
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maintain
/meɪnˈteɪn/
1. I try to maintain a good
relationship with my boss.
2. The house is large and difficult
to maintain.
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manage
/ˈmænɪdʒ/
1. We managed to get to the
airport in time.
2. ‘Need any help?’ ‘No, thanks. I
can manage.’
3. How do you manage without a
car?
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mean
/miːn/
1.What does this sentence mean?
2. I'm sorry I hurt you. I didn't
mean to.
3. Money means nothing to him.
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meet
/miːt/
1. Maybe we'll meet again some
time.
2. I can't meet that deadline.
3. Where did you first meet
husband?
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mention
/ˈmenʃn/
1. Mention something/somebody
(to somebody)
Nobody mentioned anything to me
about it.
2. Did she mention where she was
going?
3. Sorry, I won't mention it again.
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move
/muːv/
1. I'm so cold can't move my
fingers.
2. We don't like it here so we've
decided to move.
3. Don't move! Stay right where
you are.
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Need
/niːd/
1. Do you need any help?
2. he needs to get some sleep.
3. All you need to do is fill this
form.
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note
/noʊt/
1. Please note (that) the office will
be closed on Monday.
2. It is worth noting that the most
successful companies had the
lowest prices.
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notice
/ˈnoʊtɪs/
1.The first thing I noticed about
the room was the smell.
2. I noticed a crack in the ceiling.
3. Mary waved at the man but he
didn't seem to notice.
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occur
/əˈkɜːr/
1. Something unexpected
occurred.
2.The incident occurred shortly
after the plane took off.
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offer
/ˈɔːfər/
1. He offered some useful advice.
2. They decided to offer Jo the
job.
3. My father offered to take us to
the airport.
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open
/ˈoʊpən/
1. Mr Chen opened the car door
for his wife.
2. He opened the letter and read
it.
3. The coffee shop opens at ten
o'clock.
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order
/ˈɔːrdər/
1.‘Sit down and be quiet,’ she
ordered.
2. Shall I order you a taxi?
(especially British English).
3. I ordered a beer and a
sandwich.
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own
/oʊn/
1.Do you own your house or do you
rent it?
2. Does anyone own this coat? It
was left in a classroom.
3. Own a business
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pass
/pæs/
1. Pass the salt, please.
2. Six months passed and we still
had no news of them.
3.She hasn't passed her driving
test yet.
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pay
/peɪ/
1. I'll pay for the tickets.
2. I'm paid $100 a day.
3. pay a bill/debt/fine,etc.
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perform
/pərˈfɔːrm/
1. A computer can perform many
tasks at once.
2. she play was first performed in
2007.
3. She performed less well in the
second test.
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pick
/pɪk/
1. Pick a number from one to
twenty.
2. pick your teeth
3. He picked his words carefully.
4. Have I picked a bad time to
talk to you?
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plan
/plæn/
1.Plan a trip to Nha Trang
2. Everything went exactly as
planned.
3.To plan for the future
4. I plan to go shopping tomorrow
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play
/pleɪ/
1. play football/chess/cards, etc.
2. play the piano/violin/flute, etc.
3. Click below to play videos.
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practice
/ˈpræktɪs/
1. You should practice the piano
every day
2. My team is practicing for the
game on Monday
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prepare
/prɪˈper/
1. To prepare a report
2. I had no time to prepare.
3. The whole class is working hard
preparing for the exam.
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present
/prɪˈzent/
1. She presents the late-night
news.
2. Later on I'd like to present you
to the headteacher.
3. Are you presenting the report
at the conference?
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produce
/prəˈduːs/
1. Our cat produced kittens last
week.
2. She produced a TV series
about adopted children.
3. She works for a company that
produces electrical goods
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protect
/prəˈtekt/
1. It's important to protect your
skin from the harmful effects of
the sun.
2. We're not doing enough to
protect the environment from
pollution.
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prove
/pruːv/
1. What are you trying to prove?
2. This proves (that) I was right.
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provide
/prəˈvaɪd/
1. This booklet provides useful
information about local services.
2. A healthy diet should provide
all your essential nutrients.
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pull
/pʊl/
1. You push and I'll pull.
2. Stop pulling her hair!
3. Pull the curtains—it's dark
outside.
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push
/pʊʃ/
1. He tried to kiss her but she
pushed him away
2. I tried to push the door open
but it was stuck.
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put
/pʊt/
1. Put your name here.
2. She put her bag on the table
3. He put salt into the sugar bowl
by mistake.
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raise
/reɪz/
1. We are raising money for
charity.
2. I want to raise (= talk about)
two problems/questions with you.
3. The farmer raises (= breeds)
chickens and pigs.
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reach
/riːtʃ/
1. I hope this letter reaches you.
2. Daytime temperatures can
reach 40°C.
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read
/riːd/
1. Some children can read and
write before they go to school.
2. Read a book/a magazine/the
newspaper
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realize
/ˈriːəlaɪz/
1. I didn’t realize (that) you were
so unhappy.
2. "You're standing on my foot."
"Sorry, I didn't realize."
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receive
/rɪˈsiːv/
1. to receive a letter/ present/
phone call
2. I received a phone call from
your mother.
3. Members all receive a free
copy of the monthly newsletter.
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reduce
/rɪˈduːs/
1. Reduce speed now.
2. My weight reduces when I stop
eating sugar.
3. The skirt was reduced to £10 in
the sale.
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re lect
/rɪˈflekt/
1. His face was reflected in the
mirror.
2. Before I decide, I need time to
reflect.
3. The statistics reflect a change
in people's spending habits.
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remain
/rɪˈmeɪn/
1. Train fares are likely to remain
unchanged.
2. Very little of the house
remained after the fire.
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remember
/rɪˈmembər/
1. This is Trinh. Do you remember
her?
2. Remember to call me when
you arrive!
3. I don't remember signing a
contract.
KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
remove
/rɪˈmuːv/
1. Remove something/somebody
from something/somebody .
2. He removed his hand from her
shoulder.
3. It was impossible to remove
the stain from the tablecloth.
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report
/rɪˈpɔːrt/
1. Call me urgently if you have
anything to report.
2. We called the police to report
the theft.
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require
/rɪˈkwaɪər/
1. All candidates will be required
to take a short test.
2. Students at this level require
a lot of help.
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research
/rɪˈsɜːrtʃ/
1. Research a problem/topic/
market.
2. We have to research how the
product will actually be used.
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respond
/rɪˈspɑːnd/
1. I asked him his name, but he
didn't respond.
2. She never responded to my
letter.
3. I will need to respond to his
email today.
KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
rest
/rest/
1. The doctor told me to rest.
2. Rest your eyes every half an
hour.
3. She was told to stay in bed to
rest her injured back.
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return
/rɪˈtɜːrn/
1. When did she return home
from the trip?
2. I must return some books to
the library.
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reveal
/rɪˈviːl/
1. The doctors did not reveal the
truth to him.
2. Her expression revealed
nothing.
3. Officers could not reveal how
he died.
KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
rise
/raɪz/
1. The sun rises in the east.
2. The price of gas rose.
3. His voice rose as he got
angry.
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run
/rʌn/
1. I had to run to catch the bus.
2. to run a hotel/store/
language school/ run a
business.
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save
/seɪv/
1. He's trying to save their
marriage.
2. I'm not very good at saving.
3. Book early and save £50!
4. To save, press Control S.
KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
see
/siː/
1. She looked for him but
couldn't see him in the crowd.
2. Did you see what happened?
3. I saw him this morning.
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seek
/siːk/
1. I think it's time we sought legal
advice.
2. "Are you seeking jobs?" she
asked.
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seem
/siːm/
1. He seems a nice man.
2. You seem happy.
3. It seems that they know what
they're doing.
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sell
/sel/
1. I sold James my car for $800.
2. Do you sell stamps?
3. We offered them a good price
but they wouldn't sell.
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send
/send/
1. I'll send you my email address
once I'm online.
2. Send a letter/package/
cheque/fax/email
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serve
/sɜːrv/
1. Breakfast is served between 7
and 10 a.m.
2. Do they serve meals in the
bar?
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shake
/ʃeɪk/
1. Shake the bottle well before
use.
2. He shook my hand warmly.
3. He was shaking with fear.
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share
/ʃer/
1. Lan shares a house with three
other students.
2. Men often like to share their
problems.
3. Eli shared his chocolate with
the other kids.
KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
show
/ʃoʊ/
1. Can you show me how to do
it?
2. He showed me our location on
the map.
3. You have to show your ticket
as you go in.
KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
sing
/sɪŋ/
1. She usually sings in the
shower.
2. Will you sing us a song?
3. She sang the baby to sleep.
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sit
/sɪt/
1. He went and sat beside her.
2. It’s too cold to sit outside.
KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
speak
/spiːk/
1. Can I speak to Dan please?
2. Please speak more slowly.
3. Do you speak English?
KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
spend
/spend/
1. She spent £100 on a new
dress.
2. We spent the weekend in
Paris.
KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
stand
/stænd/
1. Don't just stand there—do
something!
2. I can't stand his brother.
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start
/stɑːrt/
1. I start work at nine.
2. Can you start on Monday?
KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
stay
/steɪ/
1. Stay there and don't move!
2. He never stays angry for long.
3. "Stay hungry, stay foolish"
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stop
/stɑːp/
1. The car stopped at the traffic
lights.
2. Please stop crying and tell me
what's wrong.
KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
study
/ˈstʌdi/
1. How long have you been
studying English?
2. Don't disturb Jane, she's
studying for her exams.
3. We will study the report
carefully before making a
decision.
KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
support
/səˈpɔːrt/
1. If you raise it at the meeting, I'll
support you.
2. She supported her husband
through many difficult times.
3. Which team do you support?
4. We will always do our best to
support our students to succeed.
KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
talk
/tɔːk/
1. We talked on the phone for over
an hour.
2. What are you talking about?
3. You're not allowed to talk during
the exam.
KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
teach
/tiːtʃ/
1. She teaches at our local
school.
2. Could you teach me to do
that?
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tell
/tel/
1.Tell me about your holiday
then.
2. I told her to go home.
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think
/θɪŋk/
1. I think it is important to learn
English.
2. All he ever thinks about is
money.
KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
throw
/θroʊ/
1. Don't throw it to him, give it to
him!
2. Stop throwing stones at the
window!
KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
travel
/ˈtrævl/
1. I love travelling by train.
2. We travelled to California for
the wedding.
KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
treat
/triːt/
1. My parents still treat me like a
child.
2. He treated his wife very
badly.
KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
try
/traɪ/
1. She tried her best to solve the
problem.
2. We must try to save money
KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
turn
/tɜːrn/
1. The wheels of the car began to
turn.
2. He turned his back to the wall.
3. The weather has turned cold.
4. She turns 21 in June.
KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
understand
/ˌʌndərˈstænd/
1. Do you understand the
instructions?
2. My wife doesn't understand
me.
KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
visit
/ˈvɪzɪt/
1. For more information, visit our
website.
2. She went to visit relatives in
Ha noi
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vote
/voʊt/
1. Did you vote for or against
her?
2. I vote (that) we go out to eat.
3. How did you vote at the last
election?
KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
wait
/weɪt/
1. She rang the bell and waited.
2. I’ve been waiting (for) twenty
minutes.
3. Wait for me!
4. I can't wait to eat .
KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
walk
/wɔːk/
1.The door opened and Jo
walked in.
2. She missed the bus and had
to walk home.
3. He walks two miles to work
every morning.
KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
want
/wɑːnt/
1. Do you want some more tea?
2. All I want is the truth.
3. What do you want to do
tomorrow?
KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
wear
/wer/
1. Do I have to wear a tie?
2. She always wears black
3. She wears very little make-up.
KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
win
/wɪn/
1. She loves to win an argument.
2. He won $3 000 in the lottery.
3. win an election/ a game/a
war
4. Who's winning?
KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
wish
/wɪʃ/
1. I wish I were taller.
2. You may stay until morning, if
you wish.
3. Wish me luck!
KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
work
/wɜːrk/
1. I can't work if I'm cold.
2. He works as a teacher.
3. I really enjoy working with
children
KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
worry
/ˈwɜːri/
1. Don't worry about me. I'll be all
right.
2. I worry that I won't get into
college.
KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
write
/raɪt/
1. Write your name at the top of
the paper.
2. Please write in pen on both
sides of the paper.
3. I wrote my sister a letter.
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win
/ win/
1. Write your name at the top of
the paper.
2. Please write in pen on both
sides of the paper
3. I wrote my sister a letter.
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  • 3. accept /əkˈsept/ 1. He asked me to marry him and I accepted. 2. She won't accept advice from anyone. 3. I accept that this will not be popular. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 4. affect /əˈfekt/ 1. Your opinion will not affect my decision. 2. Try not to let his problems affect you too much. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 5. agree /əˈɡriː/ 1. She agreed to let me go home early. 2. I totally agree with you . 3. I partly agree with you. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 6. allow /əˈlaʊ/ 1. His parents won't allow him to stay out late. 2. Smoking is not allowed in this hospital KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 7. answer /ˈænsər/ 1. I repeated the question, but she didn't answer. 2. He answered me with a smile . 3. answer my phone. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 8. appear /əˈpɪr/ 1. He suddenly appeared in front of me. 2. I don't like to appear on TV. 3. It appears that there has been a mistake. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 9. apply /əˈplaɪ/ 1. Apply for a job. 2. Apply the cream to your face and neck. 3. You should apply in person. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 10. argue /ˈɑːrɡjuː/ 1. My brothers are always arguing. 2. I don't want to argue with you— just do it! 3. It's normal for couples to argue all the time. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 11. arrive /əˈraɪv/ 1. Sorry for arriving late for a meeting. 2. The train arrived at the station 20 minutes late. 3. When will your train arrive? KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 12. ask /æsk/ 1. Can I ask a question? 2. She asked the students their names. 3. He asked me to marry him. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 13. avoid /əˈvɔɪd/ 1. I leave early to avoid the traffic jam. 2. You should avoid eating fast foods. 3. Try to avoid foods which contain a lot of fat. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 14. become /bɪˈkʌm/ 1. She’s studying to become a teacher. 2. His job has become his whole life. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 15. begin /bɪˈɡɪn/ 1. Let's begin at page 9. 2. She began to cry. 3. When will you begin recruiting? KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 16. believe /bɪˈliːv/ 1. Believe me, she's not right for you. 2. He never believes me! 3. It's hard to believe that! KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 17. better /ˈbetər/ 1. He tries to better himself everyday . 2. Their success that season could not be bettered. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 18. book /bʊk/ 1. I booked a flight to Hanoi. 2. You should book early if we want to get a room. 3. The hotel is fully booked KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 19. break /breɪk/ 1. Break a cup. 2. He broke the chocolate in two. 3. She broke the silence by coughing. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 20. build /bɪld/ 1. I plan to build 10 new houses. 2. We want to build a better life. 3. They're building a new bridge across the river. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 21. buy /baɪ/ 1. He bought me this dress. 2. Where did you buy that dress? 3. I bought it from a friend for £10. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 22. care /ker/ 1. I don't care what he does. 2. She really cares about your job. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 23. carry /ˈkæri/ 1. She carried her baby in her arms. 2. Policemen in many countries can carry guns. 3. Let me carry your bag. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 24. catch /kætʃ/ 1. Throw it. I will catch it. 2. How many fish do you catch? 3. I caught her smoking in the room. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 25. cause /kɔːz/ 1. Do they know what caused the fire? 2. The bad weather is causing problems for many farmers. 3. The bright light caused her to blink. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 26. challenge /kɔːz/ 1. Do they know what caused the fire? 2. The bad weather is causing problems for many farmers. 3. The bright light caused her to blink. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 27. change /tʃeɪndʒ/ 1. Her life changed completely when she won the lottery. 2. Fame hasn't really changed him. 3. The lights change from red to green. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 28. charge /tʃɑːrdʒ/ 1. The restaurant charged me £20 for lunch. 2. He only charged me half price. 3. They charge you $20. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 29. check /tʃek/ 1. Hang on—I just need to check my email. 2. Check your work before handing it in. 3. Check your work before handing it in. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 30. choose /tʃuːz/ 1. Sarah chose her words carefully. 2. You'll have to choose whether to buy it or not. 3. Danny, come here and choose your ice cream. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 31. clear /klɪr/ 1. It's your turn to clear the table. 2. I'll make the coffee if you clear the table. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 32. close /kloʊz/ 1. Let's close the curtains. 2. The doors open and close automatically. 3. What time does the bank close? KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 33. compare /kəmˈper/ 1. We compared the two reports carefully. 2. This house doesn't compare with our previous one. 3. have you compared prices in other shops? KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 34. concern /kənˈsɜːrn/ 1. Please pay attention because this information concerns all of you. 2. His attitude concerns me. 3. What I have to say to Amy doesn't concern you. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 35. consider /kənˈsɪdər/ 1. We're considering buying a new car. 2. You should consider other people before you act. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 36. contain /kənˈteɪn/ 1. This drink doesn't contain any alcohol. 2. The bottle contains (= can hold) two litres. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 37. continue /kənˈtɪnjuː/ 1. She wants to continue working until she is 60. 2. He continued to ignore everything I was saying. 3. Please continue—I didn't mean to interrupt. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 38. control /kənˈtroʊl/ 1. Try to control your breathing. 2. He can't control his feelings. 3. She controls 7.5% of the company. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 39. cost /kɔːst/ 1. "How much does this book cost?" "It costs $10." 2. This trip will cost you $1,000. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 40. cover /ˈkʌvər/ 1.The light was so bright that I had to cover my eyes. 2. Cover the meat with a layer of cheese. 3. She covered him (up) with a blanket. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 41. create /kriˈeɪt/ 1. The government plans to create more jobs for young people. 2. It's important to create a good impression when you meet a new girl. 3. The reorganization has created a lot of bad feeling. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 42. cut /kʌt/ 1. I cut a piece of birthday cake for them. 2. Now cut the tomatoes in half. 3. Buyers will bargain hard to cut the cost of the house they want. 4. His salary has been cut by ten per cent. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 43. dance /dæns/ 1. The children are dancing around her. 2. Dance the tango. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 44. decide /dɪˈsaɪd/ 1. I decide to go home early . 2. I decided I would try it. 3. I can't decide what to do. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 45. describe /dɪˈskraɪb/ 1. Can you describe your new house to me? 2. Describe how you did it. 3. Just describe what happened. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 46. design /dɪˈzaɪn/ 1. Can you design us a poster? 2. He designed and built his own house. 3. to design a car/a dress/an office 4. Adam designed and wrote the software. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 47. determine /dɪˈtɜːrmɪn/ 1. They determined to start early. 2. People should be allowed to determine their own future. 3. I can’t determine why your phone isn’t working. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 48. develop /dɪˈveləp/ 1. The child is developing normally. 2. She developed her business from nothing. 3. They developed their relationship over a number of years. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 49. die /daɪ/ 1. She died young. 2. The old customs are dying. 3. His secret died with him. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 50. dream /dɪˈskʌs/ 1. Have you discussed the problem with anyone? 2. We need to discuss when we should go. 3. Stop shouting and let's discuss this now . KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 51. draw /drɔː/ 1. You draw beautifully. 2. She drew a house. 3. He's an excellent speaker who always draws a crowd. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 52. dream /driːm/ 1. He dreamt about you last night . 2. I dreamt (that) I got the job. 3. She dreams of running her own business. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 53. drive /draɪv/ 1. Don't drive so fast! 2. Could you drive me home? 3. He drives me crazy. 4. He leaves dirty clothes all over the floor and it's driving me mad KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 54. drop /drɑːp/ 1. Be careful not to drop that plate. 2. Please, drop me near the bank. 3. I drop yoga and do aerobics instead. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 55. eat /iːt/ 1. I was too nervous to eat. 2. Would you like to eat pizza? 3. When I've got a cold, I don't feel like eating. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 56. end /end/ 1. They decided to end their relationship. 2. They ended the play with a song. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 57. enjoy /ɪnˈdʒɔɪ/ 1. Thanks for a great evening. 2. Here's that book I promised you. Enjoy! 3. She likes her job because she enjoys meeting people. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 58. enter /ˈentər/ 1. Please knock before entering. 2. You have to enter a password to access the computer. 3. Someone entered the room behind me. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 59. establish /ɪˈstæblɪʃ/ 1. The organisation was established in 1992. 2. My brothers established a clothes business. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 60. expect /ɪkˈspekt/ 1. don't expect too much from him. 2. I didn’t expect him to become a successful writer. 3. He didn't expect to see me. 4. I expect (that) you'll find it somewhere in your bedroom. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 61. explain /ɪkˈspleɪn/ 1. First, I'll explain the rules of the game. 2.Please could you explain why you're so late. 3. She tried to explain but he wouldn't listen. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 62. face /feɪs/ 1. Most of the rooms face the sea. 2. It's not easy to face the truth. 3. Let's face it, we're not going to win. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 63. fail /feɪl/ 1. She failed to get into FTU university. 2. What will you do if you fail? 3. He failed his driving test. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 64. fall /fɔːl/ 1. This price falls 30 percent. 2. He fell off his bike and broke his leg. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 65. feel /fiːl/ 1. I know exactly how you feel. 2. How do you feel . 3. I don't feel comfortable in high heels. 4. He makes me feel annoyed KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 66. fight /faɪt/ 1. Fight a war. 2. My little brothers are always fighting. 3. I wish they wouldn't fight in front of the kids. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 67. fill /fɪl/ 1. Please fill this glass for me. 2. Smoke filled the room. 3. Fill in a form. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 68. find /faɪnd/ 1. Can you find my bag for me? 2. I will try to find a solution to the problem. 3. I found (that) I could easily swim a mile. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 69. finish /ˈfɪnɪʃ/ 1. I'll call you when I've finished my homework. 2. The meeting will finish at 7p.m 3. Have you finished that book? KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 70. ly /flaɪ/ 1. He's learning to fly. 2. I usually fly Vietnam Airlines. 3. Is this the first time that you've flown? KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 71. focus /ˈfoʊkəs/ 1. the camera focuses on her face. 2. The discussion focused on three main problems. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 72. follow /ˈfɑːloʊ/ 1. Follow me please. I'll show you the way. 2. Why didn't you follow my advice? 3. Sorry, I don't follow you. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 73. forget /fərˈɡet/ 1. He forget how much he paid for it. 2. Don't forget to call me . 3. Hey, don't forget me! . KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 74. give /ɡɪv/ 1. Did you give the waiter a tip? 2. Give me a reason . 3. We don't usually give presents to people at work. 4. They never gave me a chance/choice. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 75. grow /ɡroʊ/ 1. The company is growing bigger all the time. 2. India grows tea for export. India . 3. grow old . 4. She grew up in Boston. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 76. guess /ɡes/ 1. Can you guess his age? 2. ‘He didn't see me, I guess. 3. Can you guess where I've been? 4. You would never guess (that) she had problems. She’s always so cheerful. 5. I guess that he will come late KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 77. happen /ˈhæpən/ 1. I'll be there whatever happens. 2. I don't know how this happened. 3. What happens if nobody comes to the party? 4. You'll never guess what's happened! KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 78. hear /hɪr/ 1. The line is very bad. I can’t hear you. 2. He could hear a dog barking. 3. I was sorry to hear about your accident. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 79. help /help/ 1. Come and help me lift this box. 2. He helps me clean the room. 3. If you want another drink, just help yourself. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 80. hit /hɪt/ 1. My parents never hits me. 2. The bus hit the bridge. 3. hit the ball . 4. Temperatures hit 40° yesterday. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 81. hold /hoʊld/ 1. The girl held her father's hand tightly. 2. I'll hold the door open for you. 3. She asked me to hold the line. 4. You have to hold my hand when we cross the road KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 82. hope /hoʊp/ 1. I hope (that) you’re okay. 2.Let's hope we can find a parking space. 3. We hope to arrive around two. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 83. imagine /ɪˈmædʒɪn/ 1. I can't imagine life without money . 2. Close your eyes and imagine (that) you are in a forest. 3. Imagine earning a lot of money! 4. There's nobody there. You're imagining things. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 84. impact /ɪmˈpækt/ 1. Her father's death impacted greatly on her childhood years. 2. The company's performance was impacted by the high value of the pound. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 85. improve /ɪmˈpruːv/ 1. He did a lot to improve conditions for factory workers. 2. I need to improve my French. 3. His quality of life has improved dramatically since the operation. 4. Her grades have improved greatly this semester. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 86. include /ɪnˈkluːd/ 1. Does the price include tax? 2. You should include some examples in the essay. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 87. increase /ɪnˈkriːs/ 1. The price of oil increased. 2. We need to increase productivity. 3. Our main aim is to increase sales by 12% this year. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 88. involve /ɪnˈvɑːlv/ 1.Many of the crimes involved drugs. 2. The job would involve travelling to Paris. 3. Her job involves filing and other office work. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 89. join /dʒɔɪn/ 1. She joined the company three months ago. 2. Will you join us for lunch? 3. How do these two pieces join? KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 90. keep /kiːp/ 1. I'm very sorry to keep you waiting. 2. Here's a five dollar bill—please keep the change. 3. Can you keep a secret? KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 91. know /noʊ/ 1. Do you know his phone number? 2. I knew that he loved you 3. Sorry, I don't know how to cook Phở. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 92. laugh /læf/ 1. She always makes me laugh. 2. laugh loudly/aloud/out loud. 3. They laughed at her jokes. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 93. lead /liːd/ 1. If you lead, I'll follow. 2. Which door leads to the yard? 3. Eating too much sugar can lead to health problems. 4. Lead a discussion KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 94. learn /lɜːrn/ 1. learn a language/a musical instrument/a skill. 2. He's learning to dance. 3. I'm sure she will learn from her mistakes. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 95. leave /liːv/ 1. I usually leave home at 7 a.m. 2. Leave the dishes—I'll do them later. 3. I've left my bag on the bus. 4. She left £1 million to her daughter. 5. Leave a message KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 96. like /laɪk/ 1. He doesn't like to ask his parents for help. 2. Do you like their new house? 3. At weekends I like to sleep late. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 97. list /lɪst/ 1. Can you list some items that are missing? 2. I've listed some useful tips on the handout. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 98. listen / ˈlɪsn/ 1. I listened carefully to her story. 2. Sorry, I wasn't really listening. 3. She does all the talking - I just sit and listen KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 99. live /lɪv/ 1. We used to live in London. 2. Spiders can live for several days without food. 3. live something She lived a very happy life. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 100. look /lʊk/ 1. She looked at me & smiled . 2. Are you still looking for a job? 3. That book looks interesting. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 101. lose /luːz/ 1. I've lost my keys. 2. Sit down or you will lose your seat. 3. I lose my game. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 102. love /lʌv/ 1. You two love each other, why not get married? 2. He loved the way she smiled. 3. He love you so much. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 103. maintain /meɪnˈteɪn/ 1. I try to maintain a good relationship with my boss. 2. The house is large and difficult to maintain. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 104. manage /ˈmænɪdʒ/ 1. We managed to get to the airport in time. 2. ‘Need any help?’ ‘No, thanks. I can manage.’ 3. How do you manage without a car? KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 105. mean /miːn/ 1.What does this sentence mean? 2. I'm sorry I hurt you. I didn't mean to. 3. Money means nothing to him. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 106. meet /miːt/ 1. Maybe we'll meet again some time. 2. I can't meet that deadline. 3. Where did you first meet husband? KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 107. mention /ˈmenʃn/ 1. Mention something/somebody (to somebody) Nobody mentioned anything to me about it. 2. Did she mention where she was going? 3. Sorry, I won't mention it again. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 108. move /muːv/ 1. I'm so cold can't move my fingers. 2. We don't like it here so we've decided to move. 3. Don't move! Stay right where you are. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 109. Need /niːd/ 1. Do you need any help? 2. he needs to get some sleep. 3. All you need to do is fill this form. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 110. note /noʊt/ 1. Please note (that) the office will be closed on Monday. 2. It is worth noting that the most successful companies had the lowest prices. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 111. notice /ˈnoʊtɪs/ 1.The first thing I noticed about the room was the smell. 2. I noticed a crack in the ceiling. 3. Mary waved at the man but he didn't seem to notice. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 112. occur /əˈkɜːr/ 1. Something unexpected occurred. 2.The incident occurred shortly after the plane took off. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 113. offer /ˈɔːfər/ 1. He offered some useful advice. 2. They decided to offer Jo the job. 3. My father offered to take us to the airport. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 114. open /ˈoʊpən/ 1. Mr Chen opened the car door for his wife. 2. He opened the letter and read it. 3. The coffee shop opens at ten o'clock. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 115. order /ˈɔːrdər/ 1.‘Sit down and be quiet,’ she ordered. 2. Shall I order you a taxi? (especially British English). 3. I ordered a beer and a sandwich. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 116. own /oʊn/ 1.Do you own your house or do you rent it? 2. Does anyone own this coat? It was left in a classroom. 3. Own a business KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 117. pass /pæs/ 1. Pass the salt, please. 2. Six months passed and we still had no news of them. 3.She hasn't passed her driving test yet. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 118. pay /peɪ/ 1. I'll pay for the tickets. 2. I'm paid $100 a day. 3. pay a bill/debt/fine,etc. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 119. perform /pərˈfɔːrm/ 1. A computer can perform many tasks at once. 2. she play was first performed in 2007. 3. She performed less well in the second test. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 120. pick /pɪk/ 1. Pick a number from one to twenty. 2. pick your teeth 3. He picked his words carefully. 4. Have I picked a bad time to talk to you? KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 121. plan /plæn/ 1.Plan a trip to Nha Trang 2. Everything went exactly as planned. 3.To plan for the future 4. I plan to go shopping tomorrow KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 122. play /pleɪ/ 1. play football/chess/cards, etc. 2. play the piano/violin/flute, etc. 3. Click below to play videos. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 123. practice /ˈpræktɪs/ 1. You should practice the piano every day 2. My team is practicing for the game on Monday KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 124. prepare /prɪˈper/ 1. To prepare a report 2. I had no time to prepare. 3. The whole class is working hard preparing for the exam. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 125. present /prɪˈzent/ 1. She presents the late-night news. 2. Later on I'd like to present you to the headteacher. 3. Are you presenting the report at the conference? KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 126. produce /prəˈduːs/ 1. Our cat produced kittens last week. 2. She produced a TV series about adopted children. 3. She works for a company that produces electrical goods KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 127. protect /prəˈtekt/ 1. It's important to protect your skin from the harmful effects of the sun. 2. We're not doing enough to protect the environment from pollution. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 128. prove /pruːv/ 1. What are you trying to prove? 2. This proves (that) I was right. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 129. provide /prəˈvaɪd/ 1. This booklet provides useful information about local services. 2. A healthy diet should provide all your essential nutrients. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 130. pull /pʊl/ 1. You push and I'll pull. 2. Stop pulling her hair! 3. Pull the curtains—it's dark outside. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 131. push /pʊʃ/ 1. He tried to kiss her but she pushed him away 2. I tried to push the door open but it was stuck. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 132. put /pʊt/ 1. Put your name here. 2. She put her bag on the table 3. He put salt into the sugar bowl by mistake. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 133. raise /reɪz/ 1. We are raising money for charity. 2. I want to raise (= talk about) two problems/questions with you. 3. The farmer raises (= breeds) chickens and pigs. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 134. reach /riːtʃ/ 1. I hope this letter reaches you. 2. Daytime temperatures can reach 40°C. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 135. read /riːd/ 1. Some children can read and write before they go to school. 2. Read a book/a magazine/the newspaper KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 136. realize /ˈriːəlaɪz/ 1. I didn’t realize (that) you were so unhappy. 2. "You're standing on my foot." "Sorry, I didn't realize." KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 137. receive /rɪˈsiːv/ 1. to receive a letter/ present/ phone call 2. I received a phone call from your mother. 3. Members all receive a free copy of the monthly newsletter. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 138. reduce /rɪˈduːs/ 1. Reduce speed now. 2. My weight reduces when I stop eating sugar. 3. The skirt was reduced to £10 in the sale. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 139. re lect /rɪˈflekt/ 1. His face was reflected in the mirror. 2. Before I decide, I need time to reflect. 3. The statistics reflect a change in people's spending habits. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 140. remain /rɪˈmeɪn/ 1. Train fares are likely to remain unchanged. 2. Very little of the house remained after the fire. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 141. remember /rɪˈmembər/ 1. This is Trinh. Do you remember her? 2. Remember to call me when you arrive! 3. I don't remember signing a contract. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 142. remove /rɪˈmuːv/ 1. Remove something/somebody from something/somebody . 2. He removed his hand from her shoulder. 3. It was impossible to remove the stain from the tablecloth. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 143. report /rɪˈpɔːrt/ 1. Call me urgently if you have anything to report. 2. We called the police to report the theft. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 144. require /rɪˈkwaɪər/ 1. All candidates will be required to take a short test. 2. Students at this level require a lot of help. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 145. research /rɪˈsɜːrtʃ/ 1. Research a problem/topic/ market. 2. We have to research how the product will actually be used. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 146. respond /rɪˈspɑːnd/ 1. I asked him his name, but he didn't respond. 2. She never responded to my letter. 3. I will need to respond to his email today. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 147. rest /rest/ 1. The doctor told me to rest. 2. Rest your eyes every half an hour. 3. She was told to stay in bed to rest her injured back. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 148. return /rɪˈtɜːrn/ 1. When did she return home from the trip? 2. I must return some books to the library. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 149. reveal /rɪˈviːl/ 1. The doctors did not reveal the truth to him. 2. Her expression revealed nothing. 3. Officers could not reveal how he died. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 150. rise /raɪz/ 1. The sun rises in the east. 2. The price of gas rose. 3. His voice rose as he got angry. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 151. run /rʌn/ 1. I had to run to catch the bus. 2. to run a hotel/store/ language school/ run a business. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 152. save /seɪv/ 1. He's trying to save their marriage. 2. I'm not very good at saving. 3. Book early and save £50! 4. To save, press Control S. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 153. see /siː/ 1. She looked for him but couldn't see him in the crowd. 2. Did you see what happened? 3. I saw him this morning. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 154. seek /siːk/ 1. I think it's time we sought legal advice. 2. "Are you seeking jobs?" she asked. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 155. seem /siːm/ 1. He seems a nice man. 2. You seem happy. 3. It seems that they know what they're doing. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 156. sell /sel/ 1. I sold James my car for $800. 2. Do you sell stamps? 3. We offered them a good price but they wouldn't sell. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 157. send /send/ 1. I'll send you my email address once I'm online. 2. Send a letter/package/ cheque/fax/email KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 158. serve /sɜːrv/ 1. Breakfast is served between 7 and 10 a.m. 2. Do they serve meals in the bar? KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 159. shake /ʃeɪk/ 1. Shake the bottle well before use. 2. He shook my hand warmly. 3. He was shaking with fear. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 160. share /ʃer/ 1. Lan shares a house with three other students. 2. Men often like to share their problems. 3. Eli shared his chocolate with the other kids. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 161. show /ʃoʊ/ 1. Can you show me how to do it? 2. He showed me our location on the map. 3. You have to show your ticket as you go in. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 162. sing /sɪŋ/ 1. She usually sings in the shower. 2. Will you sing us a song? 3. She sang the baby to sleep. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 163. sit /sɪt/ 1. He went and sat beside her. 2. It’s too cold to sit outside. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 164. speak /spiːk/ 1. Can I speak to Dan please? 2. Please speak more slowly. 3. Do you speak English? KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 165. spend /spend/ 1. She spent £100 on a new dress. 2. We spent the weekend in Paris. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 166. stand /stænd/ 1. Don't just stand there—do something! 2. I can't stand his brother. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 167. start /stɑːrt/ 1. I start work at nine. 2. Can you start on Monday? KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 168. stay /steɪ/ 1. Stay there and don't move! 2. He never stays angry for long. 3. "Stay hungry, stay foolish" KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 169. stop /stɑːp/ 1. The car stopped at the traffic lights. 2. Please stop crying and tell me what's wrong. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 170. study /ˈstʌdi/ 1. How long have you been studying English? 2. Don't disturb Jane, she's studying for her exams. 3. We will study the report carefully before making a decision. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 171. support /səˈpɔːrt/ 1. If you raise it at the meeting, I'll support you. 2. She supported her husband through many difficult times. 3. Which team do you support? 4. We will always do our best to support our students to succeed. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 172. talk /tɔːk/ 1. We talked on the phone for over an hour. 2. What are you talking about? 3. You're not allowed to talk during the exam. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 173. teach /tiːtʃ/ 1. She teaches at our local school. 2. Could you teach me to do that? KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 174. tell /tel/ 1.Tell me about your holiday then. 2. I told her to go home. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 175. think /θɪŋk/ 1. I think it is important to learn English. 2. All he ever thinks about is money. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 176. throw /θroʊ/ 1. Don't throw it to him, give it to him! 2. Stop throwing stones at the window! KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 177. travel /ˈtrævl/ 1. I love travelling by train. 2. We travelled to California for the wedding. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 178. treat /triːt/ 1. My parents still treat me like a child. 2. He treated his wife very badly. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 179. try /traɪ/ 1. She tried her best to solve the problem. 2. We must try to save money KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 180. turn /tɜːrn/ 1. The wheels of the car began to turn. 2. He turned his back to the wall. 3. The weather has turned cold. 4. She turns 21 in June. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 181. understand /ˌʌndərˈstænd/ 1. Do you understand the instructions? 2. My wife doesn't understand me. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 182. visit /ˈvɪzɪt/ 1. For more information, visit our website. 2. She went to visit relatives in Ha noi KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 183. vote /voʊt/ 1. Did you vote for or against her? 2. I vote (that) we go out to eat. 3. How did you vote at the last election? KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 184. wait /weɪt/ 1. She rang the bell and waited. 2. I’ve been waiting (for) twenty minutes. 3. Wait for me! 4. I can't wait to eat . KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 185. walk /wɔːk/ 1.The door opened and Jo walked in. 2. She missed the bus and had to walk home. 3. He walks two miles to work every morning. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 186. want /wɑːnt/ 1. Do you want some more tea? 2. All I want is the truth. 3. What do you want to do tomorrow? KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 187. wear /wer/ 1. Do I have to wear a tie? 2. She always wears black 3. She wears very little make-up. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 188. win /wɪn/ 1. She loves to win an argument. 2. He won $3 000 in the lottery. 3. win an election/ a game/a war 4. Who's winning? KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 189. wish /wɪʃ/ 1. I wish I were taller. 2. You may stay until morning, if you wish. 3. Wish me luck! KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 190. work /wɜːrk/ 1. I can't work if I'm cold. 2. He works as a teacher. 3. I really enjoy working with children KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 191. worry /ˈwɜːri/ 1. Don't worry about me. I'll be all right. 2. I worry that I won't get into college. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 192. write /raɪt/ 1. Write your name at the top of the paper. 2. Please write in pen on both sides of the paper. 3. I wrote my sister a letter. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
  • 193. win / win/ 1. Write your name at the top of the paper. 2. Please write in pen on both sides of the paper 3. I wrote my sister a letter. KissEnglishCenter.com/TuVungTiengAnh
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