Contribute: to give or provide something (verb)
My mom contributes lots of time and money into raise.
Source: a person, place or thing where something can we obtained.(noun) to obtain something.(verb)
He collected the wool from the source, the farm.
Entrance: an opening such as a door that lets you into an area (noun)
She made a dramatic entrance into the school.
Precious: an object that is very valuable or something to not treat carelessly. (adj) a term for someone who you love. (noun)
The precious kitten mewed sofly because he was tired. (adj)
Attentive: interested or focused in something (adj)
He was very attentive when he watched birds
Response: an answer that is verbal or that is written (noun)
His response to the question left the crowd laughing.
Appropriate: suitable or proper (adj) take something without the owner’s permission. (verb)
He did not act appropriate in front of the guests. (adj)
Analyze: to study or examine something. (verb)
The scientist carefully analyzed the question and fixed the problem.
Capable: To have the power or ability to do a specific thing. (adj)
The man was capable of bench pressing 600 pounds!
Portion: To have a piece, percent or section of something (noun) To divide something into parts for two or more people.
I went to a buffet and ate a portion of food. (noun)
Recent: having happened or been done not long ago (adj)
I unpacked my toys from my recent visit to the beach.
Communicate: to give information. (verb)
She was able to communicate her ideas very clearly.
Prefer: to like something more than another (verb)
I prefer cake over pie.
Hail: pellets of frozen rain that fall in showers (noun) (a large number of objects) fall or be hurled forcefully (verb)
The hail hit me in the head when I stepped outside (noun)
Limb: a leg or arm of a human or animal, a large branch on a tree. (noun)
I saw a bird find a grub in the limb of a tree.
Envy: to be jealous of someone elses possessions, qualities, or luck (noun, verb)
The girl envied her because she had a beautiful face (verb)
Distress: to have extreme sorrow or anxiety. (noun) to cause someone suffering or pain (verb)
Distressed jeans are jeans that have been ripped or torn. (noun)
Terror: extreme fear or danger (noun)
My cat acted like a terror and made a ruckus all night long.
Weather: the state of the atmosphere at a time and place that regards heat, dryness, sunshine, ect. (noun, verb)
The weather was very cloudy today. (noun)