approving /əˈpruːvɪŋ/ (adj) showing that you believe that somebody/something is good or acceptable Example: He gave me an approving nod.
clothing /ˈkləʊðɪŋ/ (n) clothes, especially a particular type of clothes Example: a clothing manufacturer
down /daʊn/ (pre) to or at a lower place or position Example: Her hair hung down her back to her waist.
DVD /diːviːˈdiː/ (n) a disk on which large amounts of information, especially films, photographs and video, can be stored, for use on a DVD player or computer (the abbreviation for ‘ digital versatile disc’ or ‘ digital videodisc’ ) Example: a DVD-ROM drive
eighty /ˈeɪti/ (adj) 80 Example: They've invited eighty (guests) to the wedding.
examine /ɪɡˈzæmɪn/ (v) to consider or study an idea, a subject, etc. very carefully Example: It is necessary to examine how the proposals can be carried out.
excite /ɪkˈsaɪt/ (v) to make somebody feel very pleased, interested or enthusiastic, especially about something that is going to happen Example: The prospect of a year in India greatly excited her.
expose /ɪkˈspəʊz/ (v) to show something that is usually hidden Example: He smiled suddenly, exposing a set of amazingly white teeth.
fashion /ˈfæʃn/ (n) a popular style of clothes, hair, etc. at a particular time or place; the state of being popular Example: Jeans are still in fashion.
federal /ˈfedərəl/ (adj) having a system of government in which the individual states of a country have control over their own affairs, but are controlled by a central government for national decisions, etc. Example: a federal republic
frequent /ˈfriːkwənt/ (adj) happening or doing something often Example: There is a frequent bus service into the centre of town.
from /frəm/ (pre) used to show where somebody/something starts Example: She began to walk away from him.
interrupt /ˌɪntəˈrʌpt/ (v) to say or do something that makes somebody stop what they are saying or doing Example: I hope I'm not interrupting you.
January /ˈdʒænjuəri/ (n) the 1st month of the year, between December and February Example: Her father died in January.
join /dʒɔɪn/ (v) to fix or connect two or more things together Example: Draw a line joining (up) all the crosses.