1. opposite a. 對面的；相反的 & prep. 在……對面
• To be honest, I think the picture would look better on the opposite wall.
• The library is next to the bank, opposite the post office.
2. span n.（從一端到另一端）全長
• That bird has huge wings with a span of over a meter.
3. scope n. 範圍；空間；機會
beyond the scope of... 超出……的範圍
• These questions are beyond the scope of my research.
4. project vt. 投射；規劃
• This lamp is used to project light onto the stage.
5. exaggerate vt. 誇大
• The young child exaggerated the extent of his injury in order to gain sympathy.
6. distortion n. 扭曲
• What the reporter wrote about the event was a complete distortion of the facts.
7. relative a. 相對的；比較的
• They weighed the relative advantages and disadvantages of buying a house and renting an apartment.
8. suppose vt. 假定；想，認為
be supposed to V 理應……
• Suppose you are walking on a hot and dusty road.
• You are not supposed to wear jeans to such a formal meeting.
9. assume vt. 認為；假定，假設
• Elaine didn’t see Daniel’s wedding ring, so she assumed that he was single.
10. itinerary n.（旅行的）行程，路線
• A travel agent said she would plan my itinerary.
11. considerable a. 相當大的
• The sports car costs a considerable amount of money.
12. strand n.（繩子）一根；（頭髮）一撮
• Peter brushed a strand of hair from his forehead, cleared his throat, and began to speak.
13. concede vt.（常指不情願地）承認
concede + that 子句 承認……
• The mayor conceded that he had made the wrong decision on that issue.