Effortless English bài 4: Change (20 từ mới)

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Changed Vocabulary

show (v)

/ʃoʊ/

thể hiện, tỏ ra

to behave in a particular way toward someone

no longer (phrase)

/nou ˈlɔŋɡər/

không còn nữa

used to say that something which was possible or true before, is not now

hug (v)

/hʌɡ/

ôm

to put your arms around someone and hold them tightly

affection (n)

/əˈfɛkʃn/

tình cảm, sự yêu thương

the feeling of liking or loving someone or something very much and caring about them

cancer (n)

/ˈkænsər/

bệnh ung thư

a disease in which cells in the body grow without control

diabetes (n)

/ˌdaɪəˈbit̮iz/

bệnh tiểu đường

a disease in which the body cannot control the amount of sugar in the blood

therapist (n)

/ˈθɛrəpɪst/

chuyên gia trị liệu

a specialist who treats a particular type of illness or problem

kind (a)

/kaɪnd/

tốt bụng

caring about other people

generous (a)

/ˈdʒɛnərəs/

rộng lượng, hào phóng

giving or willing to give freely

friendly (a)

/ˈfrɛndli/

thân thiện

behaving in a kind and pleasant way because you like someone or want to help them

compliment (n)

/ˈkɑmpləmənt/

lời khen ngợi

polite words or good wishes, especially when used to express praise and admiration

flirtatious (a)

/flərˈteɪʃəs/

thích tán tỉnh

behaving in a way that shows a sexual attraction to someone that is not serious

banter (n)

/ˈbæntər/

câu nói đùa

friendly remarks and jokes

enjoy (v)

/ɪnˈdʒɔɪ/

thích, tận hưởng

to get pleasure from something

swear (v)

/swer/

thề

to make a serious promise to do something

affair (n)

/əˈfɛr/

ngoại tình

a sexual relationship between two people, usually when one or both of them is married to someone else

change (v)

/tʃeɪndʒ/

thay đổi

to become different

year (n)

/yɪr/

năm

a period of twelve months, especially from 1 January to 31 December

perhaps (r)

/pərˈhæps/

có lẽ

possibly

grown (a)

/ɡroʊn/

đã trưởng thành

mentally and physically an adult


Changed

Dear Abby,
My husband of 39 years no longer hugs me or shows me any affection. I have seen him through cancer and diabetes. We have four grown children, and we have been seeing a therapist for a year and a half. He is kind, generous and friendly, but there are no compliments or any of the flirtatious banter we used to enjoy.
He swears he’s not having an affair, and he doesn’t know why he has changed. Perhaps you do?
— GRACE IN PHOENIX–[/restrict]

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