1. extreme a. 極端的；激烈的
衍: extremely adv. 極度地，非常
Bruce remained calm in the face of extreme danger.
By combining learning with fun, our teacher made the class extremely interesting.
＊combine A with B 結合 A 和 B
2. terror n. 恐懼，驚恐
衍: strike terror into the heart of sb 使某人感到恐懼
The very thought of a nuclear war strikes terror into the hearts of many people.
3. directly adv. 直接地
衍: direct a. 直接的；直達的
As far as I'm concerned, you should take your problem directly to the manager.
Carrie took a direct plane to New York.
4. scenario n. 情況；劇情
The events in the new video game are based on real-life scenarios.
5. utter a. 全然的 & vt. 發出（聲音）
Jerry was in utter despair after failing the entrance exam.
＊despair n. 灰心
Betty didn't utter a single word after she heard what had happened.
6. myth n. 傳說；神話
This book is based on an ancient Chinese myth.
7. advanced a. 先進的
Thanks to advanced computer technology, shopping online has become easier than ever.
8. majestic a. 雄偉的
We stood in awe before the majestic sculpture.
＊stand in awe 敬畏地站立
sculpture n. 雕像
9. track vt. 追蹤，跟蹤 & n. 小徑；軌道；足跡
衍: track down... 追蹤……；找到……
be on the right track 走向正道
The scientist is trying to track the evolutionary development of sharks.
＊evolutionary a. 進化的
Tommy tracked down his birth parents when he was 30 years old.
The hunter followed the deer's tracks in the snow.
John used to be a gangster, but I'm happy that he's on the right track now.
＊gangster n. 幫派分子
10. mystery n. 謎團；神祕（的事物）
George tried to convince Harry of the truth behind the mystery.
＊convince sb of sth 使某人相信某事