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    strength (n)
    Word to learn: strength (n)
    Defintion: the ability to do things that need a lot of physical or mental effort
    Sentence: You need great strength and courage to start a new business.

    responsibility (n)
    Word to learn: responsibility (n)
    Defintion: something that is your job or duty to deal with
    Sentence: Since I am the President of the football club, it is my responsibility to see that all the players are trained well.

    lifestyle (n)
    Word to learn: lifestyle (n)
    Defintion: the way that you live
    Sentence: My parents have a very healthy lifestyle. They go for walks everyday and eat only home-cooked food.

    enthusiasm (n)
    Word to learn: enthusiasm (n)
    Defintion: the feeling of being very interested in something and wanting very much to do it
    Sentence: My students showed great enthusiasm when I suggested doing a project on mobile phones.

    expert (n)
    Word to learn: expert (n)
    Defintion: a person with a high level of knowledge relating to a particular subject
    Sentence: I took my car to the Toyota garage for advice from an expert on my car problems.

    courage (n)
    Word to learn: courage (n)
    Defintion: the ability to control your fear in a dangerous or difficult situation
    Sentence: You need great courage to try jumping out of a moving plane.

    challenge (n)
    Word to learn: challenge (n)
    Defintion: something that is difficult but rewarding
    Sentence: Getting good grades in English is a big challenge for many students.

    take part in (phr)
    Word to learn: take part in (phr)
    Defintion: be involved in an activity with other people
    Sentence: My friends will take part in the 4km marathon this weekend.

    make a good impression (phr)
    Word to learn: make a good impression (phr)
    Defintion: give an idea, feeling, or opinion about something or someone
    Sentence: Remember that when you make a wrong impression, it is very difficult to undo it.

    firmly (adv)
    Word to learn: firmly (adv)
    Defintion: in a way that will not become loose
    Sentence: The window cleaner tied the rope firmly around his waist before going to the upper floors.

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