General 12: chocolate, city, class, classroom, clean

1. chocolate

– Part Of Speech: noun
– Meaning: A food in the form of a paste or solid block made from roasted and ground cacao seeds, typically sweetened and eaten as confectionery.
– Example:
+ a bar of chocolate
+ There was no running water and the only food available was chocolate from the theatre bar.
+ Another delicacy known as “truffle” belongs to the realm of chocolate confectionery.
+ There was roast chicken for dinner, and chocolate ice-cream for dessert, washed down with good fresh water.
+ Alternatively, I could have selected muesli cookie, Dundee cake, chocolate cake or even shortbread.
+ So that’s the banned list, and the general ground rules for chocolate treat inclusion.
+ The choices were biscotti, muffins, quick bread, chocolate cake, and cookies.
+ Look, you do not need to coat the bottom of a chocolate chip cookie with chocolate.

2. city

– Part Of Speech: noun
– Meaning: A large town.
– Example:
+ one of Italy’s most beautiful cities
+ A torrent of people rushed from their office buildings throughout the capital, eager to leave a city under siege.
+ But we do not accept this fate with the torpor of other city dwellers.
+ The survey ranked mainland cities in terms of their commercial competitiveness for the year 2004.
+ She has been busy visiting cities across the country for the last couple of weeks.
+ Was it in towns and cities, the countryside villages and shopping centres?
+ Since then it has toured 73 cities in 32 countries and attracted over 7.5 million viewers.
+ An influx of new shops and bars is set to bring the eastern part of the city centre alive.
+ It is great to be able to follow all the events in your beautiful city as they occur.

3. class

– Part Of Speech: noun
– Meaning: A set or category of things having some property or attribute in common and differentiated from others by kind, type, or quality.
– Example:
+ it has good accommodation for a hotel of this class
+ a new class of heart drug
+ But make no mistake, this is a quality production and a class apart from the norm in the West End.
+ There may be different classes of common shares, some with voting privileges and some without.
+ After that he entertained the fans to batting of the highest class, with quality strokes to all parts of the ground.
+ But it might have a positive effect on use of drugs of a different class.
+ Following the rules of scientific classification systems, the goal was to create classes or categories that did not overlap.
+ It is not possible to show that every instance of the subject class has this property.
+ There will be 10 pedigree classes but also numerous categories for pet pooches, including one for the dog with the waggiest tail.

4. classroom

– Part Of Speech: noun
– Meaning: A room in which a class of pupils or students is taught.
– Example:
+ When students leave the general education classroom to receive support, they are losing valuable instructional time.
+ In third and fourth grades, however, she was enrolled in a bilingual education classroom for two years.
+ All of them were assigned to teach in mainstream English classrooms.
+ The book format facilitates learning and application of observation skills in the context of the early childhood classroom experiences.
+ But many computers are concentrated in labs or classrooms used to teach computer skills, leaving regular classrooms bereft.
+ Declining enrolment has left the school district with many empty classrooms in elementary schools.
+ Lecture was the primary mode of classroom instruction, with discussion incorporated when possible.
+ Luckily, one of the classroom teachers owned about 20 different plastic dinosaur models.
+ Once or twice a month I volunteer in a kindergarten classroom.

5. clean

– Part Of Speech: adjective
– Meaning: Free from dirt, marks, or stains.
– Example:
+ the room was spotlessly clean
+ keep the wound clean
+ Blot the stain with a clean cloth, and then pour enough club soda on the stain to saturate the fabric.
+ Let it sit for 3 minutes and blot with a clean cloth or tissue.
+ The stick will come out perfectly clean if the cake is cooked.
+ Wrap the burned area with a dry, sterile dressing or a clean cloth.
+ Plastic should be reasonably clean and free of debris, such as twine and netting.
+ And every room was spotlessly clean, without odour or any sort of smell.
+ As an adult she kept her homes immaculately clean, tidying, changing beds and scrubbing surfaces every day.

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