burnt /bɜːnt/ (adj) damaged or injured by burning Example: Your hand looks badly burnt.
challenge /ˈtʃælɪndʒ/ (v) a new or difficult task that tests somebody’s ability and skill Example: The story was completely untrue and was successfully challenged in court.
committee /kəˈmɪti/ (n) a group of people who are chosen, usually by a larger group, to make decisions or to deal with a particular subject Example: The committee has/have decided to close the restaurant.
convince /kənˈvɪns/ (v) to make somebody/yourself believe that something is true Example: You'll need to convince them of your enthusiasm for the job.
currently /ˈkʌrəntli/ (adj) at the present time Example: This matter is currently being discussed.
decline /dɪˈklaɪn/ (v) to become smaller, fewer, weaker, etc. Example: Her health was declining rapidly.
drag /dræɡ/ (v) to pull somebody/something along with effort and difficulty Example: He quickly dragged a comb through his hair.
everyone /ˈevriwʌn/ (adv) every person; all people Example: Everyone brought their partner to the party.
fan /fæn/ (n) a person who admires somebody/something or enjoys watching or listening to somebody/something very much Example: fan mail(= letters from fans to the person they admire)
fellow /ˈfeləʊ/ (n) used to describe somebody who is the same as you in some way, or in the same situation Example: He's a nice old fellow.
fly /flaɪ/ (v) to move through the air, using wings Example: I like to fly on the same airline.
front /frʌnt/ (adj) the part or side of something that faces forward; the side of something that you look at first Example: a front-seat passenger
hundredth /ˈhʌndrədθ/ (n) 100th Example: a/one hundredth of a second
lean /liːn/ (v) to bend or move from a straight position to a sloping position Example: The tower is leaning dangerously.
length /leŋkθ/ (n) the size or measurement of something from one end to the other Example: The river is 300 miles in length.