Unit 18: Vocabulary

Please study the 20 vocabulary terms below. Then press the Mark Complete button to continue.
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accident
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an unforeseen happening that causes harm to people or objects
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When Brian slipped on the wet floor and sprained his ankle, it was considered a workplace accident and his medical bills were covered by insurance.
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alarm
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a feeling, sound, or device warning of danger
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Everyone had to evacuate the building when the smoke detector suddenly sounded the alarm, but luckily Joe had just burnt popcorn in the office microwave, so nobody was hurt.
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ambulance
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a special vehicle designed and equipped to quickly take injured and sick people to the hospital while already providing some medical care
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The first step you should always take when you witness a serious accident is to call an ambulance, then to provide first aid.

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