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"The Tell-Tale Heart" by Edgar Allan Poe (dramatic reading) | read by G.M. Danielson

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Intro:

Video Vocabulary

/ˈCHimnē/

chimney
noun

Part of a building through which smoke escapes.

/ˈenēˌTHiNG/

anything
pronoun

A thing of any kind.

/rəˈzälvd/

resolved
adjective verb

firmly determined to do something. To change gradually into a different form.

/ˈhärkən/

hearkening
verb

listen.

/ˌinfərˈmāSH(ə)n/

information
noun

Collection of facts and details about something.

/mānˈtān/

maintain
verb

To keep (machine) working by checking, repairing.

/ˈpäsəb(ə)l/

possible
adjective noun

Being able or appropriate for a task or purpose. candidate for job.

/dəˈzī(ə)rd/

desired
adjective verb

strongly wished for or intended. To wish for, hope or want something.

/ˈbēdiNG/

beating
noun verb

Hitting something or someone repeatedly. To play a drum.

/ˈSHärpən/

sharpened
verb

To make something more pointed, e.g. a pencil.

/ˌäbzərˈvāSH(ə)n/

observations
noun other

action of observing carefully. Practices of performing actions required by rules.

/ənˈveləp/

enveloped
verb

wrap up, cover, or surround completely.

/ˈskerslē/

scarcely
adverb

only just.

suspect
adjective noun verb

not to be relied on or trusted. person thought to be guilty of crime or offence. To consider someone is the one guilty of a crime.

/iɡˈzamən/

examined
verb

inspect person or thing thoroughly.