Vocabulary lesson 67

  • repair (v.) restore (something damaged, worn, or faulty) to a good condition

- Little seems to have been done to repair the bridges.

  • decrease (v. & n.) make or become smaller or fewer in size, amount, intensity, or degree; the action of decreasing

- Prices are expected to decrease by less than 1 per cent this year.

  • sour (adj.) having an acid taste like lemon or vinegar

- The milk's gone sour.

  • wise (adj.) having or showing experience, knowledge, and good judgment

- Sally is a wise and cautious woman.

  • foolish (adj.) lacking good sense or judgment, silly or unwise

- I did some stupid things when I was young and foolish.

Ad 1

Ad 2

Ad 3

Ad 4