accuse /əˈkjuːz/ (v) to say that somebody has done something wrong or is guilty of something Example: The government was accused of incompetence.
activity /ækˈtɪvəti/ (n) a thing that you do for interest or pleasure Example: Muscles contract and relax during physical activity.
alcohol /ˈælkəhɒl/ (n) drinks such as beer, wine, etc. that can make people drunk Example: He never drinks alcohol.
approximate /əˈprɒksɪmət/ (adj) almost correct or accurate, but not completely so Example: Use these figures as an approximate guide in your calculations.
brush /brʌʃ/ (v) to clean, polish or make something smooth with a brush Example: to brush your hair/teeth/shoes
excuse /ɪkˈskjuːs/ (v) a reason, either true or invented, that you give to explain or defend your behaviour Example: Excuse my interrupting you.
experienced /ɪkˈspɪəriənst/ (adj) having knowledge or skill in a particular job or activity Example: an experienced teacher
fail /feɪl/ (v) to not be successful in achieving something Example: a failing school
fence /fens/ (n) a structure made of wood or wire supported with posts that is put between two areas of land as a boundary , or around a garden, field, etc. to keep animals in, or to keep people and animals out Example: a wire fence
glad /ɡlæd/ (adj) pleased; happy Example: She was glad when the meeting was over.
grandson /ˈɡrænsʌn/ (n) a son of your son or daughter Example: I also have a grandson who has just started school.
guard /ɡɑːd/ (n) a person, such as a soldier, a police officer or a prison officer, who protects a place or people, or prevents prisoners from escaping Example: border guard s
guilty /ˈɡɪlti/ (adj) feeling ashamed because you have done something that you know is wrong or have not done something that you should have done Example: I had a guilty conscience and could not sleep.
kick /kɪk/ (v) to hit somebody/something with your foot Example: The boys were kicking a ball around in the yard.
morally /ˈmɒrəli/ (adj) according to principles of good behaviour and what is considered to be right or wrong Example: to act morally