Words of Topic: Sunshine

Word group for topic: Sunshine, it helps both IELTS and TOEFL test takers prepare speaking and writing answers on this particular topic.
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 Word Group By Topic: Sunshine
definitely  Speak
adv.
without doubt
The whole experience was definitely more positive than negative.
sunray  Speak
n.
a ray of light from the sun
This morning, I wake, a sunray hits my face.
affect  Speak
v.
make a difference to
Climate and weather affect every aspect of our lives.
mental  Speak
a.
relating to the mind
As a matter of fact, the sun can strongly affect our mental health.
abandon  Speak
v.
give up completely
Don't abandon yourself to pleasures.
sunny  Speak
a.
bright with sunlight
I like to lie on the sunny beach, basking in the sunshine.
strongly  Speak
adv.
very much or in a very serious way
Many locals are strongly opposed to the development.
stimulate  Speak
v.
to make someone excited and interested about something
Sunlight helps stimulate the body's production of vitamin D.
obviously  Speak
adv.
clearly
They obviously appreciate you very much.
gloomy  Speak
a.
unhappy and without hope
Inside it's gloomy after all that sunshine.
energetic  Speak
a.
having a lot of energy
The elderly man is quite energetic.
energy  Speak
n.
the power and ability to be physically and mentally active
Young people usually have more energy.
excitement  Speak
n.
a feeling of being excited, or an exciting event
The children were jumping up and down with excitement.
efficiency  Speak
n.
the state or quality of being efficient
Sunshine may help maintain the efficiency of the human eye.
moody  Speak
a.
given to unpredictable changes of mood
On cloudy or rainy days I usually feel rather moody and frustrated.
frustrated  Speak
a.
feeling distress and annoyance, especially because of inability to change or achieve something
They are driving a frustrated people to desperation.
hanging out  Speak
v.
to spend a lot of time in a place or with someone
They spent the whole day hanging out by the pool.
indulge  Speak
v.
allow oneself to enjoy the pleasure of
We had enough time to indulge in a bit of window shopping.
promote  Speak
v.
support or actively encourage
It has long been known that regular exercise promotes all-round good health.
exposure  Speak
n.
the state of being exposed to contact with something
You should always limit your exposure to the sun.
damage  Speak
v.
to harm or spoil something
Too much exposure to the sun can do some certain damage to the skin.
dizzy  Speak
a.
feeling as if everything is turning around, and that you are not able to balance and may fall down
Going without sleep for a long time makes me feel dizzy and light-headed.
dehydrated  Speak
a.
not having the normal amount of water in your body so that you feel ill
Drink lots of water to avoid becoming dehydrated.