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Words for Production 1.page [ pedZ ] n. [C] one side of one of the pieces of paper in a book, newspaper or magazine ( 報紙等的 ) 版；頁 When Jim buys a newspaper, he always turns to the sports pages first.
Words for Production 2.advice [ 1d`vaIs ] n. [U] what someone thinks you should do 忠告，建 議 I think I’ll take your advice and stop taking the medicine. 詞類變化
advise [ 1d`vaIz ] vt. 建議 Mark advised me which to buy in the store. 疑問詞 +to V =N
Words for Production 3.share [ SEr ] vt. to have, use, or do something with another person or other people 一起使用，分享 We don’t have enough books for everyone some of you will have to share one with another.
Words for Production 4.untidy [ ^n`taIdI ] adj. not neat ( 人 ) 不整潔的； ( 場所等 ) 雜亂的 The living room is untidier than usual when newspapers are everywhere. 詞類變化
tidy [ `taIdI ] adj. 整潔的 If you are a tidy person, you can find your things easily. tidy [ `taIdI ] vt. 使整齊 Mary looked in the mirror and tidied her hair.
Words for Production 5.mess [ mEs ] n. [U] a state of untidiness 雜亂 My sister’s room is always in a mess. I can’t even find a place to sit on. 詞類變化
messy [ `mEsI ] adj. 雜亂的 The place became very messy after the party.
Words for Production 6.private [ `praIvIt ] adj. for the use of one person or group of people only 私人的 The singer never talked about his private life on TV. 詞類變化
privacy [ `praIv1sI ] n. [U] 隱私 I need some privacy so I can change my clothes.
Words for Production 7.allow [ 1`la5 ] vt. to let someone do something 允許 No one is allowed to smoke in a public place. Our parents do not allow permit + N + to V 所有格 +Ving 允許 … 做 … allow us to smoke. permit our smoking. 詞類變化 allowance n. [C] 津貼；零用錢 He received aweekly allowance from his father.
Words for Production 8.awake [ 1`wek ] adj. not sleeping 醒著的 Drinking coffee helps me stay awake.
Words for Production 9.thin [ TIn ] adj. not fat 瘦的 She looks so thin. She needs to eat more.
Words for Production 10. muscle [ `m^sL ] n. [C] that part of the body which produces movement 肌肉 Walking exercises the leg muscles.
Words for Production 11. pressure [ `prES2 ] n. [U] a force or action used to make people do something 壓力 My brother put pressure on me not to tell Mom about his accident. 不定詞 to V 的 否定型態 : not never + to V
Words for Production 12. explain [ Ik`splen ] vt. to make clear 解釋 If there is anything you don’t understand, I will be glad to explain it to you. 詞類變化
explanation [ &Ekspl1`neS1n ] n. [C] [U] 解釋；說明 She gave me a clear explanation of how to find her house.
Words for Production 13. common [ `kAm1n ] adj. not special 平常的，普通的 It is very common for us to have much rain in Keelung.
Words for Production 14. respect [ rI`spEkt ] vt. to have a good opinion of someone 尊敬 Students should respect their teachers. 詞類變化
respect [ rI`spEkt ] n. [U] 尊敬 Everyone has to treat the elders with respect.
Words for Production 15. compromise [ `kAmpr1 & maIz ] n. [C] a settlement in which each side gives up some demands 妥協 He wanted $10; I was only willing to pay $5. We reached a compromise, and I paid $7.5. 詞類變化
compromise [ `kAmpr1&maIz ] vi. 妥 協，讓步 “Ten,” I said. “Twenty,” said he. We compromised on fifteen.
Words for Production 16. off [ Of ] adv. away from one’s work or usual activity 休假 地 Next week we’re going to have Wednesday afternoon off.
Words for Production 17. disturb [ dI`st3b ] vt. to interrupt what someone is doing 打擾 I hate to be disturbed when I am studying.
Words for Recognition 1.drawer [ `drO2 ] n. [C] a box-shaped part of furniture which can be pulled out and then pushed back into place 抽 屜 一件傢俱 : a piece of furniture
Words for Recognition 2.cupboard [ `k^b2d ] n. [C] a storage closet or cabinet 櫥櫃
Words for Recognition 3.late developer [ let dI`vEl1p2 ] n. [C] one who grows up more slowly than usual 晚 發育的人
Words for Recognition 4.headphones [ `hEd&fonz ] n. pl. a pair of padded speakers worn over the ears in order to listen to music without disturbing others 耳機
Idioms and Phrases 1.clean up to put in order; to tidy up 把 … 打掃乾淨， 把 … 整理乾淨 Would you clean up your room before our visitors arrive?
Idioms and Phrases 2.as well as besides 以及 Women, as well as men, need to develop their interests. A as well B = not only B but also A Women, as well as men, need to develop their interests. = Not only men but also women need to develop their interests.
Idioms and Phrases 3.leave alone to allow to remain untouched or unchanged 不 觸碰；不改變 Leave that alone; it’s mine.
Idioms and Phrases 4.be good at to be able to do something well 擅長 She is good at languages. She can speak English, Spanish and German well.
Idioms and Phrases 5.put away to remove something to a place where it is usually stored 把 … 收起來；放好 Put the books away on the shelves.