1- ethic / / noun : a system of moral principles or rules of behavior: a strongly defined work ethic, the Protestant ethic
2- cultural / / adjective : about the art, ideas and way of life of a group of people: There are many cultural differences between Britain and Japan.
3- assimilation / / noun : 1. the act of assimilating sb or sth, or being assimilated:
(the rapid assimilation of new ideas, his assimilation into the community)
2. (phonetics) the act of making two sounds in speech that are next to each other more similar to each other in certain ways, for example the pronunciation of the /t/ in football as a /p/ ; an example of this
4- spend /spend/verb: 1. pay money for something: Ali spends a lot of money on clothes. 2. use time for something: I spent the summer in Italy.
5- remain / / verb: 1. stay after other people or things have gone. After the fire, very little remained of the house. 2. stay in the same way: not change: I asked her a question but she remained silent.
6- climbing / / verb / : go up or down, walking or using your hands and feet. The cat climbed to the top of the tree.
7- jump / / verb : move quickly off the ground, using your legs to push you up. The hours jumped over the wall.
8- sneak / / verb : go somewhere very quietly so that nobody sees or hears you. She sneaked out of the classroom to smoke a cigarette.
9- entire / / adjective : whole or complete; with no parts missing. We spent the entire day on the beach.
10- career / / noun : a job that you leatn to do and then do for many years.(a career in teaching.)
11- acknowledge / / verb : agree that something is true. He acknowledged that he had made a mistake.
12- regular / / adjective : 1. that happens again and again with the same amount of space or time in between. We have regular meetings every Monday morning. 2. who goes somewhere or does something often. I have never seen him before, he is not one of my regular customers.
13- citation / / noun : an official statement about sth special that sb has done, especially about acts of courage in a war: (a citation for bravery.)
14- finance / / noun : money: planning how to get, save and use money for a business. Country, etc. (the French Minister of Finance.)
15- divide / / verb : share or cut something into smaller parts. The teacher divided the class into groups of three.
16- legal / / adjective : allowed by the law. In many parts of America. It is legal to carry a gun.
17- performance / / noun : a time when a play, etc is shown or music is played in front of a lot of people. We went to the evening performance of the play.
18- audition / / noun: a short performance given by an actor, a singer, etc., so that somebody can decide whether they are suitable to act in a play, sing in a concert.
19- various / / adjective : many different: We sell this shirt in various colors and sizes.
20- spot / / 1.verb: see some body or something suddenly. 2. noun: a place: or a small round mark. This is a good spot for a picnic.
21- reject / / verb: say that you do not want somebody or something. He rejected my offer of help.
22- twice / / adverb : two times. I have been to Japan twice.
23- gain / / verb : get more of something. I have gained a lot of weight.
24- profile / / noun : the shape of a persons face when you see it from the side.
25- gig / / noun : a performance by musicians playing pop music or jazz in front of an audience; a similar performance by a comedian: (to do a gig, a White Stripes gig)
26- fame / / noun : being known by many people. (The adjective is famous.)
27- appearance / / noun : the coming of somebody or something; when somebody or something is seen. Is this your first appearance on television?
28- schedule / / noun : a plan or list of times when things will happen or be done. I have got a busy schedule next week.
29- contract / / noun : a piece of paper that says that somebody agrees to do something. The company has signed a contract to build the new road.
30- pursue / / verb : follow somebody or something because you want to catch them. The police pursued the stolen car for several kilometers.