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Words for Production 1. extreme [ Ik`strim ] adj. the greatest possible 極端的，非常的 Those girls were afraid of snakes and picked their way along with extreme caution. Would you like to know more...
extreme [ Ik`strim ] n. [C] 極限，極端 Sometimes Lisa eats too much, and sometimes she eats nothing. She goes from one extreme to the other.
extremely [ Ik`strimlI ] adv. 極其地，非常地 My cell phone is extremely useful. With it, I can call my friends anytime, anywhere.
Words for Production 2. roll [ rol ] vi. to move steadily and smoothly along on wheels ( 車輛 ) 行駛，前進 When the train rolled into the station, everyone was standing behind the yellow line.
Words for Production 3. deserted [ dI`z3tId ] adj. left empty; having no one 荒廢的，無 人居住的 The drunken old man said that he had seen a ghost in the deserted house, but no one believed him at all. Would you like to know more...
desert [ dI`z3t ] vt. 遺棄 His father deserted the family when Paul was young. It was his mother who worked hard to support Paul and his sisters.
Words for Production 4. check [ tSEk ] vt. to examine something to see if it is safe or correct 檢查 Check your answers one more time before you hand in the answer sheet. Would you like to know more...
check [ tSEk ] n. [C] 檢查 He made a quick check to see if the windows were locked.
Words for Production 5. preparation [ &prEp1`reS1n ] n. [C] (usu. pl.) an arrangement for a future event 準 備工作 We are making preparations for the school festival. We are very excited about it.
Words for Production 6. cord [ kOrd ] n. [C] a length of thick string or thin rope 粗 繩，細索 She tied the box with a cord and carried it downstairs.
Words for Production 7. securely [ sI`kj5rlI ] adv. firmly or tightly enough for safety 穩 固地，牢靠地 He locked the door securely and put the key in his pocket. Would you like to know more...
secure [ sI`kj5r ] adj. 穩固的，牢靠的，緊閉的 Make the windows secure before leaving the house.
security [ sI`kj5r1tI ] n. [U] 安全，平安 For security reasons, all passenger baggage on the flight was checked.
Words for Production 8. fasten [ `f8sN ] vt. to make or become firmly fixed or joined 綁緊，扣緊 The flight attendant told everyone to fasten the seat belt before the plane took off.
Words for Production 9. rail [ rel ] n. [C] a fixed bar made of metal or wood, especially one to hang things on or for protection 欄杆；扶手 I held on to the rail when I went down the steep stairs.
Words for Production 10. suicide [ `su1&saId ] n. [U] the act of killing oneself 自殺 Knowing that there was no hope for him to escape, the bank robber committed suicide.
Words for Production 11. attempt [ 1`tEmpt ] n. [C] an effort to do something 企圖，試圖 I failed in my attempt at humor. How embarrassing it was! Would you like to know more...
attempt [ 1`tEmpt ] vt. 企圖，嘗試 He once attempted to stop smoking, but failed.
Words for Production 12. flexible [ `flEks1bL ] adj. can be bent easily; can change or be changed to suit new needs, changed conditions, etc. 有彈性的，柔韌的； 可變通的 Grass is much more flexible than trees. That’s why it can survive storms while trees cannot. We can do this on Saturday or Sunday; our schedule is very flexible.
Words for Production 13. spirit [ `spIrIt ] n. [C] a person ’ s soul, mind, or feelings 精 神 Mother Teresa is dead, but her spirit lives on. Would you like to know more...
spiritual [ `spIrItS51l ] adj. 精神上的；心靈的 Spiritual health is as important as physical health.
Words for Production 14. moderately [ `mAd1rItlI ] adv. to a reasonable degree 適度地 I can afford only a moderately priced camera. This one is too expensive. Would you like to know more...
moderate [ `mAd1rIt ] adj. 適度的 The driver insisted that the car was traveling at a moderate speed when the accident took place.
Words for Production 15. amuse [ 1`mjuz ] vt. to cause to spend time in a pleasant manner 使 … 娛樂 He knows how to amuse children and make them laugh. Would you like to know more...
amusement [ 1`mjuzm1nt ] n. [C] 娛樂，樂趣 Big cities have movies, concerts, theaters, and many other amusements.
Words for Production 16. individual [ &Ind1`vIdZ51l ] n. [C] a person; a single being or member, treated separately 人；個人 The rights of the individual are the most important in a free country. Would you like to know more...
individual [ &Ind1`vIdZ51l ] adj. 個別的 Each individual leaf on the tree is different.
individualized [ &Ind1`vIdZ51l&aIzd ] adj. 個人化的 Doctors feel that a more individualized approach to patients should now be adopted.
Words for Production 17. significant [ sIG`nIf1k1nt ] adj. of noticeable importance 重要的，重 大的 Since his wife’s death, there has been a significant change in his attitude toward life. Would you like to know more...
significance [ sIG`nIf1k1ns ] n. [U] 重要性 This new discovery of oil is of great significance to the country’s economy.
Words for Production 18. participant [ p2`tIs1p1nt ] n. [C] a person who takes part in an activity 參與者 The participants in the course were offered employment with the company. Would you like to know more...
participate [ p2`tIs1&pet ] vi. 參與 The teacher asked each student in her class to participate in the discussion.
Words for Production 19. sportsman [ `sportsm1n ] n. [C] a person who plays sports 運動員 Michael Jordan is one of the greatest sportsmen in the 20th century. Would you like to know more...
sportsmanship [ `sportsm1n&SIp ] n. [U] 運動家精神 He is praised for his excellent skills and sportsmanship.
Words for Production 20. appealing [ 1`pilI9 ] adj. attractive; interesting 吸引人的 I find the idea of traveling around the world very appealing. Would you like to know more...
appeal [ 1`pil ] vi. 吸引 n. [U] 吸引 ( 力 ) Harry Potter appeals not only to children all over the world but to adults as well.
Words for Production 21. excel [ Ik`sEl ] vi. to be very good 傑出，出類拔萃 My brother has never excelled at sports. In fact, he hates them. Would you like to know more...
excellent [ `EksL1nt ] adj. 極好的，卓越的 Because she is pretty, smart, and hardworking, she may become an excellent actress in the future.
excellence [ `EksL1ns ] n. [U] 優秀，傑出 Sport is an area in which excellence is treasured.
Words for Production 22. enthusiast [ In`TjuzI&8st ] n. [C] a person who enjoys something very much and knows a lot about it 狂熱 者，愛好者 Every April, hundreds of thousands of jazz enthusiasts from all over the world come to the Jazz Festival in New Orleans. Would you like to know more...
enthusiasm [ In`TjuzI&8z1m ] n. [U] 狂熱，熱中 Sam shows great enthusiasm for basketball. He practices it every day.
enthusiastic [ In&TjuzI`8stIk ] adj. 狂熱的，熱心的 Young people are especially enthusiastic about Internet cafés.
Words for Production 23. involve [ In`vAlv ] vt. to have as a result or a part 包含，含 有 The work will involve your living apart from your family for some time.
Words for Production 24. globalized [ `GlobL&aIzd ] adj. made worldwide in scope 全球化的 Scientists estimate that by the year 2025, the world will face the crisis of globalized aging. At that time, the number of people aged 65 and over will reach 800 million. Would you like to know more...
global [ `GlobL ] adj. 全球的 The greenhouse effect causes changes in global weather.
Words for Production 25. slightly [ `slaItlI ] adv. to a small degree; a little 些許地，輕 微地 The weather forecast predicted that today’s temperatures would be slightly higher than yesterday’s. Would you like to know more...
slight [ `slaIt ] adj. 些許的，輕微的 The doctor noted a slight improvement in Grandma’s condition.
Words for Production 26. truly [ `trulI ] adv. really 真正地 Brad always gets poor grades. He is not truly stupid; he is just lazy.
1. harness [ `hArnIs ] n. [C] (usu. sing.) a set of bands which fit under a person’s arms and fasten round his/her body in order to keep a piece of equipment in place or to prevent the person moving from a place 吊帶；皮 帶；降落傘背帶 Words for Recognition
2. canyon [ `k8nj1n ] n. [C] a deep, narrow, steep-sided valley usually with a river flowing through 峽谷 Words for Recognition
3. bungee jumping [ `b^ndZi `dZ^mpI9 ] n. [U] the sport of jumping off a high structure to which the jumper is attached by elastic cords so that the body springs back safely without hitting the ground or water 高空彈跳 Words for Recognition
4. Olympic Games [ o`lImpIk Gemz ] n. (the~) an international sports event held once every four years in different countries 奧林匹克運動會 Words for Recognition
5. windsurf [ `wInd&s3f ] vi. to sail across water by standing on a long board and holding onto a large sail 玩風浪板，進行風浪板運動 Words for Recognition
6. cliff [ klIf ] n. [C] a high and very steep face of rock, usually on the side of a mountain 懸崖 ， 峭壁 Words for Recognition
7. sky surf [ `skaI &s3f ] n. [U] the sport of performing maneuvers or stunts during freefall while riding on a skyboard 空中花式滑板運動 Words for Recognition
8. Moscow [ `mAsko ] n. the capital of Russia 莫斯科 Words for Recognition
1. make sure (that) to find out for certain 確定，查明 Before you leave the room, make sure all the windows are closed. Idioms and Phrases
2. a set of a group of things that belong together 一套，一組 He bought a set of six chairs for his dining table. Idioms and Phrases
3. a (little) bit to a small extent or degree 有點 The man looked a bit better after resting for a while. Idioms and Phrases
4. push oneself to extreme levels to go beyond the usual limits 達到極 限 Mountain climbers push themselves to extreme levels in order to reach the top. Idioms and Phrases
5. all year round all the year 整年，一年到頭 The sun shines all year round in Hawaii. Idioms and Phrases
6. put one’s mind to to devote one ’ s energy and effort to something 全心投入於 … You could be an excellent basketball player if you put your mind to it. Idioms and Phrases
7. in the past in the time before 以前 In the past, he was a famous movie star. But now no one has heard of him. Idioms and Phrases
8. strike a blow for to do something to support a belief, principle or ideal 支持 … Last year, people in this country struck a blow for freedom by overthrowing their government. Idioms and Phrases