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Vocabulary WordsMeanings
icewater which has been frozen hard by the cold
ice creama frozen food made with milk and sugar
iciclea long thin spike of ice, usually hanging from a roof
icinga sugar coating for cakes
ideaa plan which you think of, or a picture in your mind
idealperfect; exactly right
idiota person whose mind does not work properly; a crazy person
idlelazy; not working; doing nothing
idolan image or statue of a person or animal that is worshipped as a god
idylla short narrative poem of rustic life
iglooa hut made of blocks of hard snow. It has a domed roof
ignorantwithout knowledge; not knowing
ignoreto take no notice; to pretend someone or something is not there
illnot well; not healthy
illogicalunsound, contrary to logic
illuminateto light or throw light, upon
illusiondeceptive appearance belief or statement
illustrationa picture, usually in a book. The word also means an example that helps to explain something
imagean exact likeness or copy of something; a statue
imaginarysomething you think of that is not real
imaginationfancy, Mental faculty of making images of things not present
imagineto picture in your mind what something or someone is like
imitateto copy, to do something the same as someone else
immaterialunimportant, insignificant, Not consisting of material
immaturenot mature, premature, Not perfect
immediatelyat once
immenseenormous; very big
impa little devil: a naughty child
importantof great interest or value. The word also means powerful
impossiblenot able to be done
impressto make something stick in someone’s mind
impressionan idea or thought that is fixed firmly in your mind. The word also means a mark that is made by pressing or printing
impressivemaking a deep impression on the mind
improveto make better; to become better
impudentcheeky; not respectful
incha measure of length. There are 12 inches in one foot
incidentsomething that happens; an event
includeto count something in: to contain
increaseto get bigger or more in number
indexa list in alphabetical order, usually at the end of a book. It shows the numbers of the pages where things are mentioned in the book
indignantannoyed or angry about something you think is wrong
indoorsinside a building; the opposite of outdoors
industryhard work, the same word also means making things in factories
infalliblenot fallible, not liable to fall, certain (used only for God)
infancyearly childhood, first age of anything
infanta baby; a young child
inflammableeasily set on fire
informto tell or give information
informationfacts told to someone or given in a book; knowledge
infuriateto make very angry

Learning Competency

Non-defining relative clause
Non-defining relative clauses are placed after nouns which are definite already.
The adjective clause which does not define the noun before it but gives additional information about the noun is called the non-defining relative clause.