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New American Streamline Connections Glossary Part A
New American Streamline Connections Glossary Part A

New American Streamline Connections Glossary Part A

Unit 1(All aboard)
Aboard: (adv. Prep) on or on to or into a ship, train, aircraft, etc.
They were all aboard safe and sound.
Cabin :(n) one of the areas for passengers to sit in a plane etc.
The cabin was full smoke.
Cruise :(n) travel by sea for pleasure or enjoyment.
The cruise broke down into pieces.
Deck :(n) the top outside floor of a ship
They were all standing on the deck.
Sail :(v) to travel on water by ship or boat.
They sailed toward Australia.
Passenger :(n) a person who is traveling in a bus, car, train, plane or ship.
The passengers are requested to turn their mobile off while traveling on plane.
Terrible: :(adj.) Very bad, upset, making you feel very unhappy.
He had terrible headache.
Occupation :(n) job or profession.
What’s your occupation?
Itinerary :(n) plan of journey, record of travel.
The itinerary was too short.
WC :(n) water closet
The ship had WC in the cabins.
Captain :(n) the leader or chief of a ship or aircraft.
The captain of the ship told us to come down.
Shower: (n) the act of washing with yourself with shower.
The shower on the ship was not comfortable.
Dressing table :(n) a low table with mirror where someone sits while dressing or applying makeup.
The dressing table was cleaned by me.
Closet :(n) a small room in a wall with a door that reaches the floor, used for storing things, cupboard.
They were standing in front of closet.
Boarding card: (n) a card that is shown before entering an airplane or ship.
The boarding cards are on counter.
Tourist :(n) traveler, visitor, or a person who travels for pleasure.
My uncle is a tourist.
By the way: used to introduce an idea, comment or question that is not directly related to the conversation
By the way, I am pleased to meet you.

Unit 2 (Using the telephone)
Advertise :(v) to tell people about products to buy
The cruise was advertised as the ‘journey of a lifetime’.
Customer :(n) a person who buys something from a shop.
They know me–I’m a regular customer.
Department: (n) part, section, branch of an organization.
They work in the sales department.
Extension number :(n) one the telephones that is connected with the main phone line.
The extension number of our department is changed.
Connect: (v) to join
They have connected both the wires.
Inquire: (v) search to find the cause of something.
They inquired us about the lost bag.
Assist :(v) to help
I will assist you everyday for 1 hour.
Assistance: :(n) help, support
I need your assistance my friend to get admission form.
Assistant :(n) helper, supporter
He works as assistant in our office.
Shortly: (adv.) soon, briefly, in few seconds.
They answered them shortly about the case.
Collect: :(v) come together, save, store.
They collected all the work books.
Directory: (n) a book containing addresses list of telephone numbers.
The directory of my brother is lost.
Message :(n) communication sent from one person to another.
They send message to be there.
Require :(v) need, have need of, lack.
They require good workers.
Dial: :(v) to press numbers.
You can dial my number first.
Tone: (n) a special sound of telephone.
He is speaking in low tone.
Sale :(n) selling, trade.
I haven’t made a sale all week.
Operator: (n) a person who operates (runs) a machine.
They had talked to operator once.
Customer service: (n) a person who works in Telephone Company and provides the people bills and Connections for telephone.
Our customer service center needs a good operator.
Advertisement: (n) announce sth through TV/ radio/ news paper to make it popular.
The advertisement was in newspaper.
Accounting department :(n) a part or section for calculation.
They work in accounting department.
Incorporated: (v) include, combine, unite or mix.
The new car design is incorporated with all the latest qualities.

Unit 3 (Fizz is fantastic)
Fizz: (n) the name of powder or detergent.
They use fizz, which is the best detergent powder.
Coin: (n) a small piece of metal used as money.
He had a pound coin in his pocket.
Detergent: (n) a substance (powder) that removes dirt or a powder.
Which detergent are you using now-a-days?
Instruction: :(n) direction, tell someone how to use sth, information how to use sth.
I need no instruction to one the computer.
Laundromat: (n) a place from where we get our clothes washed and dry.
The Laundromat is closed on Friday.
Pile: :(n) a number of things that have been placed on the top of another.
The washed the pile of clothes.
Selection: (n) choice, selecting.
They have the best selection.
Identical :(adj.) Similar, exactly the same.
The identical pens are lost by me.
Dime :(n) a coin worth ten cents.
Do you have sum dims?
Launder: (v) to wash, dry and iron clothes.
They have freshly laundered clothes.
Slot :(n) hole, opening, and window.
The coin slot of the machine was broken.
Temperature: :(n) the degree of hotness and coldness.
The temperature of our city is the lowest.
Insert: (v) to put sth in.
You can insert the coin in slot.
Load :(n) weight, burden.
The trucks waited at the garage to pick up their loads.
Measure: :(v) to find out the exact size of sth.
Can you measure a ship’s speed?
Extra: (adj.) unnecessary, more tan is needed.
We need some extra sheets.
Warm :(adj.) Neither hot nor cold.
The weather is warm today.

Unit 4 (Olympic update)
Update :(n/ v) to give sb the most recent information about sth.
They can give us some update about the match.
Olympic: (adj.) an international sport festival held after four years.
The Olympic Games will start soon.
Satellite :(n) a machine in space which communicates radios, televisions etc.
They are watching match live by the help of satellite.
Live: (adj.) seen or heard as it happens.
The match is going on live on sports channel.
Complex :(n) a set of buildings consisting of several parts.
They went to sports complex.
Event :(n) sth that takes place, happening.
The 300 meters running is the fourth event of the afternoon.
Freestyle :(n) a swimming race in which competitors can use any stroke they want.
They are watching freestyle swimming.
Javelin :(n) light spear thrown in sport.
They don’t know what Javelin is.
Competitor :(n) one that competes with another, one who takes part in competition.
All the competitors are given flowers.
Gymnastic :(n) game of athletic.
The Gymnastic match will start after this.
Gymnasium :(n) room or building where games are played.
They went to gymnasium with me.
Routine :(n) the normal activities one does everyday.
They don’t have any special routine.
Average :(n) mid point, center, and medium, a usual.
The average typing speed is 40 WPM.
Score :(n) a number of points, goals, made by a player in games.
The final score of football match was 1-2 goals.
Bar :(n) long piece of material (metal) over which jumpers jump.
The bar was too far to jump.
Hurt :(n) cause pain or injury to.
Did you hurt yourself badly?
Disappointed: (adj.) one who loses hope, upset.
They disappointed me with bad news.
Gymnast :(n) one who, does gymnastic.
The gymnast was standing in line.
Judge :(n) umpire.
They judge give him good points.
Slip: (v) loose one’s footing or balance.
He slipped badly while he was sleeping.
Hit:(v) bit, strike with force.
I hit him with stick.
Dash: (n) a short running race.
He had taken part in dash.
Unfortunately: (adv.) unluckily
They lost the match unfortunately.
Certainly: (adv.) definitely, surely, no doubt.
Certainly, he is going to come with me.

Unit 5 (Waiting for a friend)
Guy: (n) man, gentleman or person.
He is a very nice guy.
Matter: (n) problem, situation.
Can you tell me what the matter is?
Announcement: (n) make publicly know.
They announcement of program was good.
Soda: (n) a sweet drink containing carbonated water, drink.
They don’t want to have soda.
Unit 6 (Monday morning)
Arrive: (v) reach a destination; come to the end of a journey.
They arrived here this morning.
Fax: (v) to send sth by fax machine
Did you fax the letter?
Wonderful: (adj) extremely good, excellent, marvelous
You have a wonderful idea.
Screen: (n) surface of a cathode ray tube etc., esp. of a television and computer
Do you see the writing on the screen?
Leave: (v) go away from…
Please leave this one.
Pick up: (v) take up
Pick up your pen and notebook.
Stupid: (adj) foolish, brainless
Your idea is very stupid.
Forever: (adv) always, time without ending
He will live here forever.

ASSIGNMENT:
Find out the meaning the words given below using the dictionary.
1. Arrive:(v) ___________________________________.
2. Wonderful :(adj.)__________________________________.
3. Screen :(n) ________________________________________.
4. Stupid :(adj.) ______________________________________.
5. Forever :(adv.) _______________________________.
Make meaningful sentences for the words given below.
1. Announcement: (n)_________________________________.
2. Unfortunately: (adv.)______________________________.
3. Gymnast :(n)_____________________________________.
4. Disappointed: (adj.)_________________________________.
5. Score :(n)__________________________________________.
6. Slip: (v)___________________________________________.
7. Insert: (v)__________________________________________.
8. Competitor :(n)_____________________________________.
9. Complex :(n_)______________________________________.
10. Update :(n/ v)______________________________________.
Match the 10 words in Column I with the definition in Column II.
_______ 1. Assistant a) the name of powder or detergent
_______ 2. Sail b) seen or heard as it happens
_______ 3. Dime c) helper, supporter
_______ 4. Live d) a coin worth ten cents
_______ 5. Cruise e) to travel on water by ship or boat
_______ 6. Occupation f) search to find the cause of something
_______ 7. Identical g) similar, exactly the same
_______ 8. Collect h) come together, save, store
_______ 9. Fizz j) job or profession.
_______ 10. Inquire k) travel by sea for pleasure or enjoyment

Unit 7 (Good luck, Waldo)
Studio :(n) a room where radio television program is recorded, where music is recorded.
They went to studio with my father.
Clerk :(n) a worker in shop, office, bank, hotel or cashier.
The clerk is working in the office.
Compass :(n) an instrument with needle showing the direction.
They can use the compass to find way.
Grand child: :(n) A child of one’s son or daughter.
They are going to meet their grand child.
Library :(n) collections of books; room or building where there are kept.
They were all at library.
Motor boat: (n) motor driven boat.
The motor boat was sailing in the sea.
Two-way radio: (n) (of a radio) capable of transmitting and receiving signals.
I bought a two-way radio.
Voyage :(n) journey esp. a long one by sea or in space.
The voyage was quite boring.
Navigate :(v) to find direction by using maps and other instruments.
They navigated by the help of stars.
Retired :(adj./v) to stop ones job due to oldness.
His father is retired clerk.
Several :(adj.) more than two but not many; a few.
They had several chances to win the match.
Quite :(adv.) completely, wholly, entirely.
They were quite intelligent.
Actually: :(adv.) as a fact, really.
Actually I came to meet you.

Unit 8 (It happened to me)
Dream :(n) series of scenes or feelings in the mind of a sleeping person.
I had a bad dream about my school.
Nightmare :(n) frightening dream.
Have you ever had a nightmare?
Pill :(n) tablet.
The pills were too strong.
Follow :(v) go or come after (a person or thing ahead).
They must follow our instructions.
Shake: (v) move quickly up and down.
They were shaking the bottle.
Rescue :(v) save or set free from danger or harm.
They rescued the people from sea.
Baggage: (n) Luggage.
They had no baggage with themselves.
Aircraft: (n) Machine capable of flight, esp. an airplane or helicopter.
The aircraft was carrying passengers.
Alarm clock: :(n) Clock that rings at a set time.
They bought new alarm clock.
Claim area: :(n) a place where someone enquires (asks) for sth. Esp. in airport or hotel.
They were stand at the baggage claim area with me.
Cheesecake: :(n) tart filled with sweetened curds etc.
I have never eaten cheesecake.
Mirror :(n) Polished surface, usu. F coated glass, reflecting an image.
They were standing in front of the mirror.
Believe :(v) accept as true or as conveying the truth.
They must believe me because I am not telling lie.
Percent :(adj.) in every hundred.
House prices rose five percent last year.
Flight attendant :(n) a person who serves food and drink in airplane.
The flight attendant served us food.
Hurry :(v) to do sth more quickly than usual because there is not much time.
They must hurry to catch the bus.
Asleep: (adj.) in a state of sleep, when any body is sleeping.
I waited until they were all fast asleep.
Take off: (v) leave, to go in a high position.
The plane took off early from here.
Suddenly: (adv.) at once, happening unexpectedly.
There was a bad noise and we woke up suddenly.

Unit 9 (At a drugstore)
Drugstore :(n) medical store.
She went to drugstore to bring medicine.
Can :(n) metal vessel for liquid.
They brought us some cans of beans.
Antiseptic: (adj.) medicine used for destroying certain germs.
The antiseptic tooth paste must be used to have good teeth.
Capsule :(n) small edible soluble case enclosing medicine.
The capsules did not make me feel batter.
Earache :(n) pain in the inner ear.
She has a terrible earache.
Fluoride :(n) medicine made of fluorine keeps the teeth from decay.
The tooth paste has fluoride in it.
Gum :(n) firm flesh around the roots of the teeth. {Old English}
The gums were thrown everywhere in class.
Mouthwash: :(n) liquid for rinsing the mouth.
We must buy mouthwash for them.
Ointment :(n) smooth and oily cream used for injuries.
Doctor suggested me antiseptic ointment.
Prescription :(n) the written instruction of doctors.
Doctor gave me prescription and I lost it.
Sore throat :(n) having pain in throat.
She has sore throat.
Spray :(n) water etc. flying in the form small drops.
We must use body spray as a perfume.
Throat lozenges: (n) sweet tablets for sore throat.
They went to buy throat lozenges from drugstore.
Tissue :(n) tissue paper.
They need some tissue papers.
Vitamin :(n) any various substances present in many foods and essential to health and growth.
They are using tablets which have vitamin.
Backache :(n) having pain in back.
She has no backache at all.
Drops :(n) small round liquid of water.
We must use eye drops to feel relax.

Unit 10 (Super star)
Session: (n) a period of time spend doing particular thing; meeting.
The next session is going to begin.
Acoustic guitar :(n) a kind of simple guitar, no electric one.
They are playing acoustic guitar.
Chorus :(n) a group of singers, choir.
Everyone joined in the chorus.
Stretch limo: (n) large luxurious car.
I saw his Stretch limo which was very colorful.
Garage: :(n) a place where cars and trucks are serviced and repaired; service station.
The garage was full of smoke.
Right away: (adv.) without delay; immediately; at once; right now
I want to talk to him right away.

Unit 11 (look, feel, taste, sound, smell)
Bass: :(n) sound.
The bass was too high.
Cigar :(n) light roll of tobacco-leaves for smoking.
They bought new cigar for others.
Cookie :(n) sweet biscuit.
We don’t need any cookies right now.
Freeway :(n) motorway.
We went with our friend in a car on freeway.
Fur :(n) a short fine animal hair.
The cat’s fur feels soft.
Leather: (n) material made from the skin of an animal.
They are wearing shoes made of leather.
Manager: (n) a person controlling a business or a part of business.
The manager solved our problem.
Pea :(n) a hardy climbing plant with edible seeds.
They bought pea for us.
Present: (n) a thing given as a gift.
They gave us present when they came from Iran.
Rose :(n) prickly bush or shrub bearing usu. fragrant red, pink, yellow or white flowers.
Nobody hates rose at any case.
Silk :(n) cloth produced by animals.
They were wearing silk clothes.
Stereo: (n) a CD player or cassette player.
They had bought new stereo.
Brand new :(adj.) Completely new.
The car was brand new.
Stale :(adj.) no longer fresh, out of date.
We need no stale cigarette.
Guess :(v) to think.
They were not able to guess correctly.
Sneaker: (n) gym shoe, tennis shoe, shoes worn during exercise.
They can’t go to school with sneakers.

Unit 12 (A science fiction story)
Fiction: (n) unreal story
That was a complete fiction.
Astronaut: (n) a person who goes to space
His father is astronaut.
Helmet: (n) a type of hard hat
Do you wear a helmet?
Planet: (n) large body in space that moves around stars esp. sun.
Earth is our planet.
Science fiction: (n) an unreal science story
We will study a story about science fiction.
Spaceship: (n) a ship for traveling to space
He went to moon in spaceship.
Surface: (n) outer side of something
They put it on the surface.
Breathe: (v) take air into the lungs and send it back
We all breathe oxygen.
Descend: (v) to go or to come down
The spaceship descended on the surface of moon.
Reply: (v) to answer
Please reply him soon.
Stuck: (adj) unable to go further because of difficulties
He is stuck in the car.
Strange: (adj) unusual, unfamiliar
This story is very strange.
Forest: (n) jungle
Many animals live in the forest.
Spacesuit: (n) clothes worn by astronaut
He had worn spacesuit.
Put on: (v) to wear clothes
Please put on the spacesuit and come with me.
Rescue: (v) to save, take out of danger
They rescued us from danger.
Land: (v) come down on earth
We will land on the moon after one hour.
Stick: (v) attach sth, to fix sth with a point
Please stick the notice with it.

ASSIGNMENT:
Make meaningful sentences for the words given below.
1. Fiction :(n) ________________________________________.
2. Astronaut :(n) ____________________________________.
3. Science fiction :(n) __________________________________.
4. Surface :(n) _______________________________________.
5. Descend :(v) _____________________________________.
6. Spacesuit :(n) __________________________________.
7. Put on :(v) ________________________________________.
8. Stick :(v) ______________________________________.
9. Stale :(adj.)______________________________________.
10. Guess :(v)_____________________________________.
Fill in the blanks with the words given inside parenthesis. (Manager, hurry, bass, prescription, Session, spray, can, capsule, silk and drops)
1. Her skin was as smooth as___________.
2. The new ____________has come to assist us in our work.
3. He always plays his stereo with the __________turned right up.
4. She has a weekly __________at the health club on Saturdays.
5. A cloud of fine __________came up from the waterfall.
6. These medicines are not available without a__________.
7. Let me mix some __________of milk into the cake mixture.
8. The medicine can be taken in tablet or ___________ form.
9. We drank a __________of Coke each a few minutes ago.
10. You’ll have to _________if you want to catch that train.
Find out the meaning the words given below using the dictionary.
1. Believe :(v)_____________________________________.
2. Aircraft: (n)________________________________________.
3. Shake: (v)_________________________________________.
4. Follow :(v)_______________________________________.
5. Compass :(n)_______________________________________.

Unit 13 (It’s too hot)
Actor :(n) a person who acts in movies, hero.
I don’t like the actors.
Awful :(adj.) very bad.
The weather was awful.
Counter :(n) a person who deals with money in bank, business or hospital, flat surface on which goods are sold.
They were all standing beside counter.
Destination :(n) aim of journey, purpose.
What is your destination, Sir?
Highway :(n) main road, public way.
The highway was blocked by cars.
Luggage Cart :(n) a vehicle used for carrying goods/luggage esp. in the airport; trolley.
He was carrying the luggage cart alone.
Rock :(n) big stone
The rock came down dangerously.
Marry :(v) get wife or husband.
I married her in 1999.

Unit 14 (Two Phone Calls)
Boss :(n) head, chief, or a person who controls the workers.
Boss is calling you in the office.
Date :(n) a meeting arranged in advance; appointment, meeting.
What is the date today, buddy?

Unit 15 (Army recruiting office)
Recruiting :(v) act of selecting a soldier, selection for army.
Is he recruiting himself in Air Force?
Janitor :(n) doorkeeper, watchman
The janitor broke the window.
Commercial :(n) an advertisement/break on the radio or on television.
Let me see the commercial then I am going to answer.
Terrific :(adj.) Excellent, wonderful.
He did a terrific job today.
Latrine :(n) bathroom, toilet.
They must let him come out of latrine.
Opportunity :(n) favorable chance, having free time.
They got the opportunity to finish the match.
Communication :(n) exchanging of ideas; the action of communicating, message.
All channels of communication need to be kept open.
Expert :(n) professional, job, and occupation.
He is expert in making new designs.
Career :(n) profession, job, and occupation.
She has been thinking on her career.
Pension :(n) money that is paid after retirement.
He got his pension yesterday.
Sergeant :(n) Officer.
The sergeant came to our office today.
Obey :(v) to do what is said to do.
We obey all the rules and regulations.
Straight :(adj.) direct, without bend.
You may stand in line straight.

Unit 16 (A traffic survey)
Downtown :(n) center of a town or a city.
I saw him walking downtown with his friends.
Survey :(v) watch, examine
They surveyed the entire town.
Conduct :(v) to do Sth, perform, or carry out.
They conducted a test from him.
Major :(n) big, chief, head.
His father is major in Army.
Transit :(n) going or moving of things or people from one place to another, transportation system.
They said goods are damaged or lost in transit.
Mall :(n) a large place with many shops.
Let’s go to the mall.
Mile :(n) a unit for measuring equal distance to 1609 meters.
The nearest bank is about half a mile down the road.
Metropolitan (adj.) a person who lives in a city.
They live in the New York metropolitan area.

Unit 17 (Changes)
Applicant :(n) a person who applies for a job.
The applicants can fill this form out.
ESL: English as a Second Language
Graduate :(v) to pass school or college course, get a degree of college or university.
The have graduated from Balochistan University.
Transfers :(v) to move from one place or job to another, transport, relocate.
They had transferred their account from here.

Unit 18 (Checks and money)
Credit card :(n) a small plastic card that you can use to buy goods and pay for them later.
They lost the credit card in the bus.
Currency :(n) money in use in country.
They currency of Pakistan is rupee.
Identification :(n) sth that proves who somebody is, recognition.
I need some identification for admission.
Expect :(v) to think that sth will happen.
Don’t expect sympathy from me!
Include :(v) contain, have as a part, or consists of.
They included all the points in it.
Cash :(n) money in the form of bills or coins.
They had cash not credit card to pay.
Check :(n) a written order directing bank to pay money.
The check needs verification.
Rate :(n) value, price.
What is the rate of the book?

Unit 19 (Excursion to Egypt)
Excursion: (n) a journey made for pleasure
They have for an excursion of two months.
Canal: (n) artificial water way on land
The ship passed through Swiss canal.
Pyramid: (n) an ancient Egyptians building made for kings, which are four triangular sides
We will visit the pyramids next year.
ASSIGNMENT:
Match the 10 words in Column I with the definition in Column II.
_______ 1. Janitor a) a meeting arranged in advance; appointment
_______ 2. Latrine b) a person who acts in movies, hero
_______ 3. Survey c) doorkeeper, watchman
_______ 4. Opportunity d) bathroom, toilet
_______ 5. Awful e) watch, examine
_______ 6. Destination f) very bad
_______ 7. Rock g) favorable chance, having free time
_______ 8. Applicant h) aim of journey, purpose
_______ 9. Actor j) big stone
_______ 10. Date k) a person who applies for a job
Fill in the blanks with the words given inside parenthesis. (Rate, transfer, obey, terrific, surveyed, opportunity, currency, applicants, miles and included)
1. He was really _________when I was in trouble.
2. I tried to run but my legs just wouldn’t ___________me.
3. You’ll have the _________to ask any questions at the end.
4. The next morning we ___________the damage caused by the fire.
5. We did about 30 __________a day on our cycling trip.
6. You’ll need some cash in local __________.
7. There were over 500 ___________ for the job.
8. The tour _________a visit to the Science Museum.
9. The number of reported crimes is increasing at an alarming___________.
10. How can I ________money from my bank account to his?
Make meaningful sentences for the words given below.
1. Identification :(n)__________________________________.
2. Metropolitan (adj.)______________ ____________________.
3. Transit :(n)________________________________________.
4. Conduct :(v)_______________________________________.
5. Pension :(n)________________________________________.

Unit 20 (Everybody’s in a hurry)
Championship :(n) competition to find the champion
They went to see the boxing championship.
Horn :(n) in car that makes a warning sound
They horn their bells loud in traffic jam.
Umpire :(n) judge in crickets or tennis game, referee
The umpire was standing in the ground.
Racket :(n) instrument by which shuttle is hit in tennis game.
The racket was broken into pieces.
Champion :(n) best competitor, best challenger, hero, prize winner
His father was a boxing champion.

Unit 21 (A day off)
Import :(v) to bring something (product) in from another country.
They imported some computers from Japan.
Export :(v) to send something (product) to another country.
They exported some apples to Iran.
Seem (n/v) look, appear.
She seems to be sick today.
Versus (prep.) against.
They had match versus 7th class.
Portable (adj.) Able to be carried by hand or on the person; easily moved, carried, that can be carried.
They had a portable radio with themselves.
Exciting :(adj.) causing great interest, interesting.
I like doing exciting things.
Focus :(v) to direct attention to something.
They must focus on their studies.
Disappear :(v) to go out of sight, pass away, or go away.
They disappeared in the rush.
Upset :(adj.) Sad, unhappy.
There’s no point getting upset about it.
Neighborhood :(n) people living in the same (area, town, street)
We grew up in the same neighborhood.
Cheer :(v) shouting of joy.
They must be cheered for good performance.
Wildly :(adv.) Crazily, madly.
They were wildly clapping.

Unit 22 (Applying for a job)
Representative (of sb/ sth) :(n) a person who represents others idea.
The representatives are requested to come on stage.
Secretary :(n) a person who keeps paper records, arranging meetings, receiving calls in an office.
The secretary brought the letter to me.
Reference :(n) mention, suggestion.
The reference was not quite clear.
Bachelor’s degree: a person who holds a first university degree.
He has gotten his bachelor’s degree from Iqra University.
Administration :(n) management of affairs of business, the activities that are done in order to run a business.
I like their administration a lot.
Secretarial :(adj.) Work belong to the job of secretary.
The secretarial work is quite tiresome.
Bilingual: (adj.) of two languages, a person who knows two languages.
She is bilingual in English and Punjabi.

Unit 23 (Disasters)
Alarm :(n) a warning sound, a sound which warns the people because of any danger or any problem.
She decided to sound the alarm.
Disaster :(n) bad event, bad happening, flood, fires and volcano that kills a lot of people.
Thousands died in the disaster.
Earthquake :(n) shaking of the earth.
The earthquake in Quetta was a great disaster.
Volcano :(n) fire which comes out of the earth.
An active volcano may erupt at any time.
Elevator :(n) lift, a machine which carries people and goods from one level to other levels in a building.
They were in elevator when we arrived.
Toward :(Prep.) at the direction of something.
They all went toward the down town.
Survive :(v) to remain alive after a disaster.
They all survived after the disaster.
Scream :(v) to shout, frightened.
The people were creaming when there was a blast.
Rush :(v) to go or come with a great speed.
Everyone rushed to the elevator.
Eruption :(n) explosion.
The eruption of volcano took place at 1O’clock.
Field :(n) land, farm, and section.
The field was completely burnt down.
Harbor :(n) a place where ships can shelter (stop).
They were waiting for us at the harbor.
Island :(n) an area that is surrounded by water.
The island was very beautiful.
Lava :(n) liquid coming out of earth during volcanic eruption.
Lave came down and burnt each and everything.
Nap :(v) short sleep, esp. during the day.
I tried to nap on the plane.
Skyscraper :(n) a high building.
They were standing on a skyscraper.
Storm :(n) very bad weather with strong winds and rain, and often lightening.
The storm destroyed everything.
Storm shelter :(n) save place from storm.
They were unable to find any storm shelter.
Tornado :(n) storm with strong wind.
The tornado blew everything when we came.
Collapse :(v) fall down.
The roof collapsed down suddenly.
Rescue :(v) to save.
They rescued us in the sea.
Dictate :(v) to tell words to somebody to write.
They have dictated us all the points.
Robe :(n) a long loose outer garment reaching to the ankles.
The robes were beautiful.
Blow away :(v) the wind which takes (blow) something away (far).
The storm blew the things away with huge power.
Calmly :(adv.) Quietly.
He replied us calmly.
Fortunately :(adv.) Luckily, by good luck.
Fortunately he was not late on the test day.
Close :(adj.) Near.
The students must sit close to each other.

Unit 24 (A trip to old country)
Diet :(n) advice for what you eat.
The doctor advised him to be on diet.
Nephew :(n) son of one’s brother or sister.
My nephew got 1st position in class.
Plan :(v) to make a program.
They have planed to escape from prison.
Plan :(n) program.
“What is the plan?” asked Javed.
Hope :(v) to want something and think it possible.
They hoped to win the match.
Fond :(adj.) Kind and loving, to wish, to expect.
They all are fond of playing football.
Reply :(v) to answer.
They replied us quickly.
Enclose :(v) to put walls etc. around something, parcel, package.
They have enclosed the documents.
Recognize :(v) to know sb/ sth when you see.
They did not recognize me till I did not show my ID card.
Regard :(v) respectful attention to somebody.
Her work is very highly regarded.

Unit 25 (Traveling by air)
ASSIGNMENT:
Find out the meaning the words given below using the dictionary.
Altitude, Announcement , Boarding pass , Container ,Content , Local , Metal , Departure , Speed , Preference , Serve ,Terminal ,Detector , Already , Approximately and Sunny

Unit 26 (I’ve cut myself)
Sharp :(adj.) Having fine edge that can cut easily.
He heard a sharp intake of breath.
Scratch (n/v) mark or damage skin slightly with sth sharp.
They scratched the card without wasting the time.
Blood :(n) red liquid containing oxygen.
They need B+ blood for the patient.
Bleed :(v) give or loose blood, flow of blood.
He was bleeding when I came.
Band-Aid :(n) sticking plaster.
They bought new Band-Aid.
Dumb (n/adj.) unable to speak.
He is the one whom we call dumb.
Anniversary :(n) a celebration of an event.
They anniversary of their marriage will be held tomorrow.
Microwave :(n) a machine that keeps the food warm.
The microwave oven was working well.
Fabulous :(adj.) Very good, marvelous.
They were looking fabulous in red dress.
Automatic timer: a part of machine which starts and stops it automatically.
His mobile has automatic timer.

Unit 27 (Choosing a pet)
Alligator :(n) of crocodile family which lives in the sea.
The alligator was very dangerous.
Church :(n) mosque of Christian people.
Most of the people don’t go to church.
Concord :(n) a very fast airplane, friendship, harmony.
Pakistan loves to live in concord with neighboring countries.
Customer :(n) a person who buys sth from a shop.
The costumers were buying things from shop.
Expressway :(n) motor way, superhighway.
They were passing over the expressway.
Parakeet :(n) a small parrot usually with a long tail.
The parakeet flew away when I set it free.
Pet :(n) a domestic animal.
I like to keep pets at home.
Sack :(n) a large bag used for carrying things.
They were carrying sacks of wheat.
Laptop :(n) a small computer, microcomputer, carry able computer.
He uses laptop in his office.
Bite (2nd form=bit) :(v) to eat into sth with teeth, the action or an act of biting, chew.
The dog bites him everyday.
Recommend :(v) to say which one is better, suggest, advice.
He recommended me to use new pen.
Mean :(n) angry, unkind.
He needed to find a mean between frankness and rudeness.
Popular :(adj.) Liked by people, famous.
Salman Khan is very popular in India.
Unusual :(adj.) Uncommon, not common.
They had an unusual meal at the hotel today.
Surpass :(n) be better than, to do or to be better than sb/ sth, to be the best
Ali surpassed Javed in making fun of some one.
Jumbo jet :(n) a large aircraft for passengers (jumbo=large).
The Jumbo jet flew passed us.
Rottweiler :(n) a large dog that can be very fierce, angry and strong.
The brought a Rottweiler from a pet shop.
Score (n/v) mark, point to achieve.
The final score of football match was 0-0 between Iran and India.
Traditional :(adj.) to be the belief of, a customs belong to a nation.
They were wearing traditional clothes.
Devil :(n) Satan.
They dog must be named devil.

Unit 28 (Checking an alibi)
Statement :(n) report, any written or oral opinion, announcement.
The statement about the blast was true.
Alibi :(n) a formal statement that a person was in other place at the time of crime, proof, justification.
The alibi told us all about the accident.
Branch :(n) a part of sth or group.
The branch of our center is in Kabul too.
Detective :(n) a person esp. a police officer whose job is investigating and solving a problem, police officer.
The detective told us not to move.
Lie :(v) to put one’s body on a surface.
They lied down on the floor when police asked them.
Remember :(v) to keep in memory (mind).
They remember the entire story.
Save :(v) to rescue sb or sth from danger.
He has saved some money for buying new car.
Shoot :(v) to fire.
The detective shot him twice.
Racetrack :(n) a line which runners follow it, track for motor racing.
The racetrack was full dust when cars passed.
Security guard :(n) a person whose job is to guard (protect) sth or sb.
The security guard was killed by unknown people.
Robber :(n) a person who steals things.
The robbers killed the gun man.
Teller :(n) a person who gives and takes money in a bank, cashier.
The teller put the money in front of the robbers.
Arrest :(v) to take or keep somebody in a prison (jail).
Nobody has arrested them yet.
Force :(n) make sb do sth that he/she does not want to do.
They force forced them to move back.
Escape :(v) to run away, to go away because of any problem.
They did not want to escape.
Financial :(adj.) Connected with money.
They have some financial problems.
District :(n) place, region, or area.
The CM did not go to Karachi district.
Interrogation :(n) investigation, to ask questions from sb in formal way.
The interrogation was incomplete.
Nylon :(n) a very strong artificial fiber used for making clothes, rope, and brushes etc.
The thieves were wearing nylon stocking on their faces.
Fiber :(n) string, thread.
Nylon and other man-made fibers are available in bazar.
Silver: (n/adj.) metal, grayish white.
They are wearing silver color dress.
Surgeon :(n) a doctor who performs medical operation.
The surgeon told us to take him to another hospital.

Unit 29 (Going to a party)
Backyard :(n) an area of the house, yard behind a house etc. garden, plot.
They were all playing in backyard.
Nut :(n) a fruit having hard skin with a softer part inside that can be eaten.
The nut was not too hard to break.
Band :(n) a group of musician who play pop music.
The band was very famous in our area.
Album :(n) a collection of pieces of music.
They have released new album.
Pool :(n) an area of still water.
The pool was full of people.
Barbecue :(n) out door meal, dinner, lunch, or a party at which food is cooked.
The barbecue was uncooked.
Candy :(n) a sweet food made of sugar.
The candy was a lot.
Dip :(v) sauce in which food is dipped.
They dipped the cookies in tomato sauce.
Dip :(v) to wet sth by putting it into any liquid like tea, coffee etc. and bring it back.
They dipped the cookies in tea.
Punch :(n) a drink usu. made from wine mixed with water, fruit, spices, etc., and often served hot.
Hill threw a punch at the police officer
Thanksgiving :(n) the giving of thanks, the expression of thanks, esp. to God. A national holiday in USA
They have invited us to thanksgiving party.

Unit 30 (Together again)
Scene :(n) special part of movie, section of a movie, picture, sight.
Firefighters were on the scene immediately.
Zoologist :(n) a person who studies animals and their behavior.
They had no Zoologist to give us lecture.
Sob :(v) to cry noisily.
I heard a child sobbing loudly.
Fault :(n) mistake.
It was his fault that we were late
Argument :(n) a discussion in which people disagree, fight.
They had argument about the money.
Selfish :(adj.) One who likes himself/herself, self interested.
They were all very selfish workers.

Unit 31 (So am I!)
Palm tree :(n) a tree which gives date.
They were standing under the palm tree.
Crowd :(n) together closely around something or somebody, a large number of people.
The crowd was cheering and booing.
Coast :(n) a land near or beside the sea.
The coast was full of dirt.
Grammar :(n) the study of rules of a language.
He teaches us grammar.
Translate :(v) explain the meaning of a word or text.
They can translate the word without any problem.

Unit 32 (A family problem)
Upset: (adj) unhappy, disturb
He is very upset.
Rude: (adj) sowing a lack of respect to others, impolite, bad mannered
They are very rude to their friends.
Fool: (n) a person who acts in foolish way, stupid
He is a fool.
Glad: (adj) pleased, happy.
I am glad to meet you.
Senator: (n) a person who is member of senate (senate= the upper house of law making)
He is a senator in the country.
Absence: (n) non-attendance, being away
We will miss you in your absence.
Environment: (n) condition in which people or animals live
We have a good environment here.
Politics: (n) activity of using the government power
They don’t know anything about politics.
Dumb: (adj/n) stupid, one who cannot speak
He is dumb.
Present: (n) gift
I will give you a present.
PS: (n) post script, the concluding part of a speech; a summary, sth forgotten

ASSIGNMENT:
Match the 10 words in Column I with the definition in Column II.
_______ 1. Present a) to cry noisily
_______ 2. Upset b) gift
_______ 3. Fool c) sowing a lack of respect to others, impolite,
_______ 4. Politics d) a person who acts in foolish way, stupid
_______ 5. Rude e) a land near or beside the sea.
_______ 6. Coast f) unhappy, disturb
_______ 7. Grammar g) activity of using the government power
_______ 8. Sob h) the study of rules of a language
_______ 9. Selfish j) a sweet food made of sugar
_______ 10. Candy k) one who likes himself/herself, self interested
Make meaningful sentences for the words given below.
1. Band :(n)__________________________________________.
2. Detective :(n)______________________________________.
3. Shoot :(v)_________________________________________.
4. Teller: (n)________________________________________.
5. Security guard: (n)__________________________________.
6. Fiber: (n)__________________________________________.
7. Robber :(n)________________________________________.
8. Lie: (v)____________________________________________.
9. Financial :(adj.)_____________________________________.
10. Alibi :(n)______________________________________.
Find out the meaning the words given below using the dictionary.
1. Traditional :(adj.) ___________________________________.
2. Scratch (n/v) ______________________________________.
3. Mean :(n) ________________________________________.
4. Sack :(n) _________________________________________.
5. Recognize :(v) _____________________________________.

Unit 33 (The Yes/No contest)
Contest :(n) competition, challenge.
The boxing contest was very interesting today.
Contestant :(n) the person who takes part in a contest.
The contestants were all ready for their turn.
Nod :(v) to move one’s head up and down to say YES.
They nodded when I asked the question.
Shake :(v) to move.
They were all shaking hands together.
Nervous :(adj.) Afraid of something, worried.
He was very nervous when he was alone at home.
Dishwasher :(n) a person or machine that washes dishes.
The dishwasher went out without telling anything.
Jackpot :(n) a large amount of money that is the most valuable in a game.
They won the jackpot last year.
Automatic :(adj.) Working by itself, without human interfere.
It is a fully automatic driverless train.

Unit 34 (I used to…)
Nursing home :(n) an institution, esp. a small private one, providing health care esp. for the elderly.
They were all working in nursing home.
League :(n) group of sports clubs competing against each other.
The league will start tomorrow.
Age :(n) the length of time that a person has lives.
Would you mind telling me your age?
Wood :(n) forest.
He was lost in the woods.
Grandparent :(n) parent of one’s parent.
My grandparents are living in Islamabad.
Will :(n) legal written statement after death, legal declaration for the disposal of one’s property after death.
Her decision to continue shows great strength of will.

Unit 35 (A busy office)
Sale :(n) the action of selling things.
I haven’t made a sale all week.
Assistant :(n) helper, supporter.
They need no assistant now.
Urgent :(adj.) Essential, important, serious, needy of immediate action or attention.
They urgent work made him come late.
Immediately :(adv.) at once, with nothing between, as soon as, without pause.
They came to center immediately.

Unit 36 (The smuggler)
Smuggle :(v) to take or send things illegally, transportation of goods illegally, import and export goods illegally.
They were smuggling drugs.
Smuggler :(n) a person, who smuggles.
The police man killed smuggler.
Border :(n) line between two countries.
He was sent to border to protect the country.
Traveler :(n) a person who travels.
The traveler was not having enough money.
Suspicious :(adj.) Doubtful, not certain, not sure about sb or sth.
The man was suspicious about the roommate.
Search :(v) try to find something, look for.
They searched the room for finding the book.
Champagne :(n) expensive French wine.
The champagne was very expensive.
While (conj) a period of time, during.
They went out while I came home.
Period :(n) the length of time.
The second period overs at 5:45.
Custom :(n) duty on import and export, way of life, tradition.
The custom of our society is quite unusual.
Retire :(v) stop working because of age, leaving work because of oldness.
They retired at the age of 25.

Unit 37 (Opinions)
Survey :(n) methodical investigating, view, examination, or inspection.
The survey was very difficult honestly.
Wild life :(n) animals living in nature, wild animals.
They were watching wild life in National Geographic.
Questionnaire :(n) list of questions.
The questionnaire was prepared for level Four.
Amuse :(v) entertain, surprise, cause to laugh or smile.
They are amused by the jokers.
Shock :(n) surprise, astonish.
They got shocked when they saw the result.
Embarrass :(v) ashamed, to make sth feel shy.
They embarrassed Ali in front of all the staff.
Annoy :(v) irritate or trouble, anger.
They made him annoyed talking about past.
Cabaret :(n) an entertainment provided in a restaurant etc. while customers are at table; a restaurant, nightclub, etc., providing such entertainment.
He made his name on the cabaret circuit.
Comedy :(n) funny plays in movies, joke.
He didn’t appreciate the comedy of the situation.
Comment :(n) opinion, observation, or view.
They did not want to give any comment on this problem.
Episode :(n) part, section, chapter, passage, scene.
The last episode of drama was very interesting.
Horror :(n) a painful feeling, fear, fear and trembling
She is afraid of horror movies.
Series :(n) sequence, chain, course, string.
The booklet must be put in correct series.
Soap opera :(n) a story about the lives and problems of a group of people mentioned in the movies.
It was the longest-running soap opera on British television
Violence :(n) the unlawful exercise of physical force, fighting with force
They couldn’t reach here because of violence.
Mail :(v) post, to send something by email.
They have mailed all the letters.
Favorite :(adj.) Best-loved, most-liked.
My favorite subject is English.
Funny :(adj.) Causing to laugh or smile.
Does it look so funny that you all are laughing?

Unit 38 (Advice)
ASSIGNMENT:
Find out the meaning the words given below using the dictionary.
Couple, Yogurt, Advice, Soda, Sweetener, Fry, Cookies, Butter Gym, Health, and Spread

 

Unit 39 (Awards of bravery)
Award :(n) prize.
The best worker’s award goes to Mr. Javed.
Extract :(v) draw out, dig out.
They have extracted the number from diary.
Guess :(v) think, suppose.
I guess he is right most of the times.
Twin :(n) either of two children born at a single birth.
The twin brothers are waiting for us.
Gasoline :(n) petrol, liquid from petroleum, used esp. for motor fuel.
The rate of gasoline has risen again.
Kidnap :(v) to hold or carry a person away by unlawful force or fraud.
The boy was kidnapped today.
Bark :(v) cry of dog.
The dog was barking at us.
Congratulation :(n) express sympathetic joy, well done.
Congratulations! You have won the grand prize.
Hill :(n) slope, naturally raised area of land, high land, rising ground.
They were living close to high hills.
Hero :(n) A man, now also a woman, admired and venerated for his or her achievements and noble qualities in any field.
The hero was dancing very well.
Pair :(n) double, two things of the same kind.
The pair of shoes did not match at all.
Reward :(n) pay; give a present to sb because he/she has done something good
The ones who tolerate get the reward too.
Alive :(adj.) Living, not dead, in life.
They remain alive after the disaster.
Brave :(adj.) Able to face and withstand danger or pain.
His brother is a brave person.
Bravery :(n) courage, courageousness, boldness, ability to ignore fear and dangers.
They are telling the story of their bravery.
Freeze :(v) turn into ice, (frozen= 3rd from) .
They freeze the water in freezer.
Teenage (n/adj) the period of a person’s life from the ages of thirteen to nineteen.
The boy has killed a lot of people in his teenage.

Unit 40 (Waiting)
Trouble :(n) difficulty, problems.
They did not have any trouble in finding the way.
Article :(n) thing, item, or piece of writing paragraph.
The article was all about the politics.
Surgery :(n) the branch of medical practice which treats injuries and other bodily disorders by physical Operation, treatment of disease.
They had surgery two weeks before.
Heart :(n) the hollow muscular organ which in vertebrates (animals having spinal cord) keeps up the circulation of the blood.
The heart says get what you want.
Menu :(n) A list of the dishes to be served at a hotel or meal or available at a restaurant etc.
The menu was full of new things.
Medical store :(n) store where medicines are available.
They went for tablets to medical store.

The end
Connections part A