having or showing knowledge or understanding or realization
Perhaps there is a story between the two that I wasn't
promoting or enhancing well-being
It will be interesting to see how
beneficial this rainfall has been in the short term.
something that aids or promotes well-being
And how do you compare the
benefits of vegetables versus fruits?
"Benefit" and "advantage" are synonyms (see list for Words 1-10). Both are used as nouns in the example sentences here and in your workbook, but they can also both be verbs that mean "to be helpful or useful to."
a justification for something existing or happening
Winning the World Cup would be
cause for the world's biggest street party.
A cause can also be a goal that people support and work toward. A soccer goal is too small to be considered a cause. But the goal of winning the World Cup and bringing honor to one's country could be considered a worthy cause. If that happens, then that would be a reasonable cause to have a really big party.
make act in a specified manner
A couple of problems
caused the plane to fly every which way but straight
a demanding or stimulating situation
Sometimes that can pose the most difficult
challenge because you can only advance to a level that your mind perceives is possible.
Note the letters of the word "call" are also in "challenge"--this might be helpful for remembering that you can challenge someone by calling the person out for a contest or fight. Or you can challenge an idea by calling attention to it and demanding an explanation. Both "call" and "challenge" can be used as nouns or verbs.
requiring full use of your abilities or resources
challenging, but for a championship you don't want it easy.
an imaginary person represented in a work of fiction
Players create their own
character and try to save a city in which an addictive energy drink has turned everyone into mutants.
a distinguishing quality
Well, it was explained, we have to match your eye colour and
"Characteristic" is used as a noun here. But it has the suffix -ic which is characteristic of adjectives. As an adjective, it means "typical or distinctive." Eye color is a physical characteristic; members of the same family might share a characteristic trait of violet eyes.
examine and note the similarities or differences of
The researchers said
comparing Neanderthals to modern man is like
comparing apples and oranges.