1. decide (v.): 決定
Ex: The top management decided to cancel the investment this year.
Ex: Please let me know your final decision.
2. apply (v.) 申請
Ex: I’m going to apply for the graduate school this summer.
Ex: My job application for that big company was rejected.
3. short (adj.) 短少的
Ex: The product is short on the market.
Ex: We can’t deliver the goods on time due to the shortage of the materials.
4. approve (v.): 同意
Ex: The customers approved the contract and signed it back.
Ex: You have to get the approval before you buy the equipment.
5. advice (n.): 建議
Ex: What is your advice about the new project?
Ex: Please advise if you have any suggestion.
6. arrange (v.): 安排
Ex: The local guide arranged us to have a city tour yesterday.
Ex: If you can’t accept the arrangement, feel free to let me know.
7. achieve (v.): 達成
Ex: It’s hard for me to achieve the goal.
Ex: He thanks his parents for his achievement in the ceremony.
8. complete (v.): 完成
complete (adj.): 完成的
Ex: Complete the sentences in the exercise by filling in the blanks.
Ex: We can’t leave the company until the task is complete.
9. perform (v.): 執行
Ex: The young doctor performed the heart operation.
Ex: The evening performance begins at 8 o’clock.
10. participate (v.): 參加
Ex: Everyone can participate in the meeting if you have time.
Ex: Thanks for your participation.
11. concentrate (v.): 專心
Ex: We must concentrate our attention on efficiency.
Ex: Concentration is essential if you want to do a good job.
12. register (v.): 登記;註冊;掛號
Ex: You have to register on line before the class begins.
Ex: The registration of student for the course will begin on Thursday morning.
(摘自： 兒童美語 學習網)
資料來源：Kelly Lin's Blog