- Do you often get sick?
- Is there already a COVID-19 vaccine in Japan?
- proven /PRU-vuhn/
- licensed /LAHY-suhnst/
- allow /uh-LOU/
- emergency /ih-MUR-juhn-see/
- quality /KWOL-i-tee/
[adjective] – shown to be true
He has proven himself to be a good employee.
[adjective] – having a license (an official document) that gives you permission to own, do, or use something
Don’t use the vaccines unless they are licensed.
[verb] – to let someone do something or let something happen
You’re allowed to use calculators on your math quiz.
[noun] – a dangerous or serious situation, such as an accident, that happens suddenly or unexpectedly and needs immediate action
Don’t call me unless there’s a real emergency.
[noun] – how good or bad something is
Let’s check the quality of these lesson materials.
True or False:
- The UN health agency will give COVID-19 vaccines this year.
- China is the first country to introduce and test a COVID-19 vaccine.
- Some countries like Britain are allowed to use COVID-19 vaccines for emergency purposes.
- Around 40,000 are being vaccinated with Sputnik V in Russia.
- Russian President Vladimir Putin has been vaccinated against coronavirus.
Complete the sentences by using the words in the box.
- Are we _____ to enter the school without our IDs?
- The _____ of these fruits are not bad.
- She has _____ herself correct.
- The vaccines are not yet _____ so don’t use them.
- I have to take a leave, there’s an _____ at home.