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English Words With Pronunciation

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1. abandon: (v.)  /ə'bændən/ 
🔸To abandon something is to leave it forever or for a long time. 
🔹"The old room had been abandoned years before." 




2. abbey: (n.)  /'æbi/ 
🔸An abbey is a house or group of houses where monks or nuns live. 
🔹"When the monk returned to the abbey, he went immediately to his bedroom." 




3. abide: (v.)  /ə'baɪd/ 
🔸To abide by something, like a rule, means to obey it. 
🔹"If you want to play the game with us, you must be willing to abide by our rules." 


  


4. ability: (n.)  /ə'bɪləti/ 
🔸Ability is the quality of a person being able to do something well. 
🔹"His swimming abilities let him cross the entire lake." 




5. abnormal: (adj.)  /æb'nɔːrml/ 
🔸If something is abnormal, it is strange or not normal. 
🔹"Her idea of art is a bit too abnormal for me." 

  

  

  
6aboard: (prep.)  /ə'bɔːrd/ 
🔸When someone is aboard a ship or plane, they are on or in it. 
🔹"They climbed aboard the kayak and paddled through the river." 

  





7. abolish: (v.)  /ə'bɑːlɪ∫/ 
🔸To abolish something means to put an end to it, such as a system or law. 
🔹"President Lincoln abolished slavery in the US." 




8. aborigine: (n.)  /,æbə'rɪdʒəni/ 
🔸An aborigine is a native of Australia before Europeans lived there. 
🔹"The aborigines created beautiful artwork."




9.above: (adv. & prep.)  /ə'bʌv/ 
🔸If something is above, it is at a higher level than something else. 
🔹"He straightened the sign that was above the crowd." 




10. abroad: (adv.)  /ə'brɔːd/ 
🔸If someone goes or travels abroad, they go to another country. 
🔹"My brother wants to go abroad next year." 





11. absence: (n.)  /'æbsəns/ 
🔸Absence is the state of something being away. 
🔹"There is an absence of sand in the hourglass." 




12. absolute: (adj.)  /'æbsəlu:t/ 
🔸If something is absolute, it is total or complete. 
🔹"My presentation was an absolute disaster! It was terrible!" 




13. absorb: (v.)  /əb'zɔ:rb/ /əb'sɔ:rb/ 
🔸To absorb a liquid means to take it inside. 
🔹"He used a sponge to absorb the water on the floor." 






14. abstract: (adj.)  /'æbstrækt/ 
🔸If ideas are abstract, they are based on general ways of thinking. 
🔹"The idea of beauty is abstract and changes over time." 





15. absurd: (adj.)  /əb'sɜ:rd/ 
🔸If something or someone is absurd, they are ridiculous. 
🔹"That group of people making animal noises sounds completely absurd." 



16. abundant: (adj.)  /ə'bʌndənt/ 
🔸If something is abundant, then it is available in large quantities. 
🔹"Cakes, cookies, and candy were so abundant that the child was very happy." 




17. abuse: (v.)  /ə'bju:z/ 
🔸To abuse someone or something means to hurt them on purpose. 
🔹"The mean man abused his dog when it barked too loudly." 



18. academy: (n.)  /ə'kædəmi/ 
🔸An academy is a special type of school. 
🔹"There are many courses taught at the academy that I go to." 





19. accelerate: (v.)  /ək'seləreɪt/ 
🔸To accelerate means to increase in speed. 
🔹"When he stepped on the gas pedal, the motorcycle accelerated." 





20. accent: (n.)  /'æksent/ 
🔸An accent is a certain way of speaking that shows where a person is from. 
🔹"The new teacher's accent was clearly a German one." 




21. accept: (v.)  /ək'sept/ 
🔸To accept something that is offered is to take it. 
🔹"I accepted the girl's very nice gift." 




22. access: (n.)  /'ækses/ 
🔸Access is the right to enter or use something. 
🔹"The manager was the only person with access to the password." 




23. accessory: (n.)  /ək'sesəri/ 
🔸An accessory is a thing that is added to another thing to make it look better. 
🔹"The store sold colorful accessories like bags, sunglasses, and makeup." 




24. accident: (n.)  /'æksɪdənt/ 
🔸An accident is an unexpected undesirable event. 
🔹"She had to go to the hospital after she was in a serious car accident." 




25. accommodate: (v.)  /ə'kɑ:mədeɪt/ 
🔸To accommodate is to have enough room. 
🔹"The meeting room can accommodate nine people."