1. positive a. 正面的；積極的
反: negative a. 負面的；消極的
The mother implanted many positive values in her children.
＊implant vt. 灌輸（思想或情感）
People who have a negative attitude towards life are usually unhappy.
2. treatment n. 治療；療法
The new drug is effective in the treatment of liver diseases.
3. advance vi. 進步；前進
衍: advanced a. 高階的；高等的
My son has advanced greatly in his English class.
This school offers courses ranging from basic to advanced levels.
4. abuse vt. 虐待（本文為過去分詞作形容詞用）& n. 虐待；濫用
The man was thrown in jail for abusing his children.
Drug abuse is a problem that is worth everyone's attention.
5. affect vt. 影響
同: impact vt.
Last year's rice harvest was affected by the typhoon.
6. recover vi. 恢復
衍: recovery n. 恢復，復原
Nick gradually recovered from his painful breakup.
Experts say that economic recovery is on its way.
7. resource n. 資源
There is no doubt that recycling helps save precious natural resources.
8. damage n. 損害，損失
I'm going to find out who is responsible for all of this damage to my car.
9. neglect n. & vt. 忽略，忽視；疏忽
Since her son died, Susan has never ceased to regret her neglect of him.
＊cease to V 停止從事……
The clerk neglected his duties and was eventually fired.
10. emotional a. 情緒上的
衍: emotionally adv. 情緒化地；激動地
My parents provided endless emotional support during my time of need.
Mary shed tears emotionally as she watched the sad movie.
11. apply vt. 應用，運用
衍: apply A to B 將 A 應用／運用於 B
Scientists are trying to apply solar technology to automobiles.
12. restore vt. 恢復，修復
The governor tried his best to restore order to the troubled area.