Unit 3

STUDY
PLAY

Terms in this set (...)

appreciation
n. value when you understand and enjoy something or someone
behavior
n. the way a person acts or responds
final
adj. last in a series or coming at the end of something
germ
n. a very small living thing that cause disease
hide
v. to put something in a place where no one can see it
host
n. someone who organizes a party and invites the guests
observe
v. to watch someone or something carefully
offend
v. to make someone upset or angry
order
n. a strong request or demand
protection
n. keeping someone or something safe and away from danger
spread
v. to move across a bigger area and have a stronger effect
visible
adj. able to be seen
weapon
n. something you use to fight with
consumption
n. eating or using something
continent
n. one of the seven main areas of land on the Earth
convenient
adj. easy to use, helpful
effect
n. result, impact
expand
v. to increase in size or amount
gain weight
v. to become heavier and bigger
global
adj. relating to the whole world
instead of
prep. in the place of someone or something else
likely
adj. will probably happen
majority
n. most of the people or things in a group
offer
v. to give or provide something
percentage
n. an amount of something, often stated as a number out of 100
satisfy
v. to please someone by giving them what they want
serve
v. to give someone food or drink, especially guests of customers in a restaurant
tasty
adj. having a good flavor
worry
v. to feel uncertain or nervous, to think about problems
available
adj. able to be used or found
chili
n. a pepper that makes food spicy
crop
n. a plant that is grown in large amounts on a farm
exchange
n. when you give something to someone and they give you something in return
explore
v. to travel to a new place in order to learn about it
familiar
adj. something you have often seen or heard before
flavor
n. the taste of a particular type of food or drink
insect
n. a very small animal with six legs
occur
v. to happen
population
n. the number of people living in a particular area
produce
v. to make or create something
rare
adj. unusual and hard to find
snack
n. a small amount of food that is eaten between meals
soil
n. the top part of the earth where plants can grow
valuable
adj. worth a lot of money
wild
adj. living in nature, not controlled by humans