also /ˈɔːlsəʊ/ (adj) in addition; too Example: She's fluent in French and German. She also speaks a little Italian.
be about to do something Example: We're about to leave.
body /ˈbɒdi/ (n) the whole physical structure of a human or an animal Example: parts of the body
boy /bɔɪ/ (n) a male child or a young male person Example: The older boys at school used to tease him.
certificate /səˈtɪfɪkət/ (n) an official document that may be used to prove that the facts it states are true Example: a birth/marriage/death certificate
chemist /ˈkemɪst/ (n) a person whose job is to prepare and sell medicines, and who works in a shop Example: let's ask the chemist whether it's safe to take these two drugs together
choice /tʃɔɪs/ (n) an act of choosing between two or more possibilities; something that you can choose Example: There is a wide range of choices open to you.
delay /dɪˈleɪ/ (v) a period of time when somebody/something has to wait because of a problem that makes something slow or late Example: She's suffering a delayed reaction(= a reaction that did not happen immediately) to the shock.
door /dɔː(r)/ (n) a piece of wood, glass, etc. that is opened and closed so that people can get in and out of a room, building, car, etc.; a similar thing in a cupboard Example: Close the door behind you, please.
emphasize /ˈemfəsaɪz/ (v) to give special importance to something Example: ‘This must be our top priority,’ he emphasized.
engaged /ɪnˈɡeɪdʒd/ (adj) having agreed to marry somebody Example: He is now engaged on his second novel.
faithfully /ˈfeɪθfəli/ (adj) accurately; carefully Example: to follow instructions faithfully
fall /fɔːl/ (v) to drop down from a higher level to a lower level Example: Several of the books had fallen onto the floor.
fight /faɪt/ (n) to take part in a war or battle against an enemy Example: a street/gang fight
fixed /fɪkst/ (adj) staying the same; not changing or able to be changed Example: people living on fixed incomes