||the study of the production and distribution of goods and services
||One of our daughters wants to study economics at university.
||the systematic teaching of children or adults
||To get on in this world, you need a good education.
||the power that runs lights, computers, etc.
||Electricity is dangerous, so don't try to fix the wires yourself.
||work given to someone for money
||She graduated from university two years ago, but she still hasn't found full-time employment.
||the power to do things, or the power that makes things work
||Using clean energy like wind and solar power is better than burning coal or oil.
||the design and building of roads, machines, etc.
||If she likes learning about machines, she should study engineering.
||the pleasure you get from something
||I never thought I'd get so much enjoyment from reading a book.
||films, TV shows, etc. that we watch for enjoyment
||Television is one of the cheapest forms of entertainment.
||the feeling of wanting what someone else has
||You should have seen the envy on Harry's face when he saw his neighbour's new car.
||all the things needed to do a job or activity
||My gym costs more than hers, but it's got much better equipment.
||the study of the principles of right and wrong
||If schools taught ethics as a core subject, the world would be a much better place.
||information used to show that something is true
||There's a lot of evidence proving he was there, like fingerprints and DNA.
||gradual change or development over time
||Some people still don't believe in evolution from natural selection, despite all the scientific evidence.
||lack of success in doing something
||Sometimes we learn more from failure than we do from success.
||strong belief or trust
||I have faith in Mark because he always does what he says he'll do.
||being known about or recognized by many people
||Lots of people dream of fame and fortune, but very few achieve it.
||books that tell imagined stories
||Alan's favourite work of fiction is Lord of the Rings.
||powder from grinding grains such as wheat
||If you're going shopping, could you get some flour?
||an illness that feels like a very bad cold
||I've had the flu all week, and I can't stop coughing and sneezing.
||the things people or animals eat
||If you want to live a long and healthy life, eat good food.
||the ability, or the right, to do what you choose to do
||If you still don't have freedom, you should be fighting for it!
||foods like apples, oranges, bananas, etc.
||Fruit is delicious, and it's also really good for you.
||anything that can be burned for heat or energy
||The pump stopped working because it'd run out of fuel.
||enjoyment from playful activities
||Our kids had lots of fun at the beach today.
||tables, chairs, beds, etc.
||My wife always wants to buy more furniture.