accompany /əˈkʌmpəni/ (v) to travel or go somewhere with somebody/something Example: His wife accompanied him on the trip.His wife accompanied him on the trip.
aloud /əˈlaʊd/ (adj) in a voice that other people can hear Example: The teacher listened to the children reading aloud.
among /əˈmʌŋ/ (pre) surrounded by somebody/something; in the middle of somebody/something Example: a house among the trees
apparently /əˈpærəntli/ (adj) according to what you have heard or read; according to the way something appears Example: I thought she had retired, but apparently she hasn't.
brick /brɪk/ (n) baked clay used for building walls, houses and other buildings; an individual block of this Example: a pile of bricks
button /ˈbʌtn/ (n) a small round piece of metal, plastic, etc. that is sewn onto a piece of clothing and used for fastening two parts together Example: to sew on a button
celebrate /ˈselɪbreɪt/ (v) to show that a day or an event is important by doing something special on it Example: Jake's passed his exams. We're going out to celebrate.
commission /kəˈmɪʃn/ (v) an official group of people who have been given responsibility to control something, or to find out about something, usually for the government Example: She has been commissioned to write a new national anthem.
copy /ˈkɒpi/ (v) a thing that is made to be the same as something else, especially a document or a work of art Example: Everything in the computer's memory can be copied onto DVDs.
develop /dɪˈveləp/ (v) to gradually grow or become bigger, more advanced, stronger, etc.; to make something do this Example: She developed the company from nothing.
else /els/ (adj) in addition to something already mentioned Example: I don't want anything else, thanks.
fair /feə(r)/ (adj) acceptable and appropriate in a particular situation Example: It's only fair to add that they were not told about the problem until the last minute.
guess /ɡes/ (n) to try and give an answer or make a judgement about something without being sure of all the facts Example: My guess is that we won't hear from him again.
handle /ˈhændl/ (v) to deal with a situation, a person, an area of work or a strong emotion Example: We can handle up to 500 calls an hour at our new offices.
impressed /ɪmˈprest/ (adj) admiring somebody/something because you think they are particularly good, interesting, etc. Example: We were all impressed by her enthusiasm.