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Video Vocabulary

/ˈfam(ə)lē/

families
noun other

group of parents and their children. Close groups of people or organizations.

/po͝or/

poorest
adjective

Having the least amount of money or possessions.

/pərˈfôrmər/

performers
noun other

person who entertains audience. Someone who completes a task well.

/ˈmyo͞ozək(ə)l/

musical
adjective noun

Having skill or being gifted in music. play or film featuring much singing and dancing.

/ˈTHēədər/

theaters
noun other

building or outdoor area in which plays and other dramatic performances are given. Places where plays or movies are seen.

/ˈroundəˌbout/

roundabout
adjective noun

not following short direct route. Round junction for several roads; traffic island.

/bēˈkəz/

because
conjunction

For a reason.

/ˈhist(ə)rē/

history
noun

Established pattern or record.

/ˈenēˌTHiNG/

anything
pronoun

used to refer to thing, no matter what.

/(h)wenˈevər/

whenever
adverb conjunction

At any or every time that. at whatever time.

/ˈdif(ə)rənt/

different
adjective

Not of the same kind; unlike other things.

/rīt/

written
adjective other verb

Expressed using writing. To invent or create a computer program. To create a song or piece of music.

/iˈmajən/

imagine
verb

form mental image of.

/strēt/

streets
noun other

public road in city or town. Roads in a city with buildings and places to walk.

/ˌen(t)ərˈtānmənt/

entertainment
noun

Singing, dancing, telling jokes to amuse people.