||the study of numbers, amounts, and shapes, and the relationships among them.
||He got good marks in math.
||a flower having a sweet smell, comes in many colors such as white, pink or red.
||The girl brought me a red and white rose.
||To utter or express in words; to tell; to speak
||He didn’t say a word about it.
||a flat part of a plant or tree that grows from the stem or branch. A leaf is usually green.
||The trees began to come into leaf.
||An instrument used for writing with ink
||Write your answer with a pen.
||a bird with a short neck and large feet that lives in water.
||My grandfather used to enjoy carving ducks out of wood.
||A male person who has the same father and mother with another person
||His brother goes to school by bus.
||The tenth month of the year, containing thirty-one days.
||The wedding will take place at the end of October.
||not held back or under the control of another person ; without cost.
||You are free to use this car.
||To get, as profit or advantage; to obtain or acquire by effort or work.
||He tried to gain time by making a longer speech.
||comical; amusing; laughable.
||He looked so funny that I couldn’t help laughing.
||This or that female; the woman understood or referred to.
||She looks sad.
||o (kızlar için)
||A hollow cylinder, of any material, used for the conveyance of fluids, a pipe.
||The doctor inserted a tube in the patient’s nose for oxygen.
||long or difficult work.
||The children are sent to toil for long hours in the surrounding fields.
||The color of blood.
||The roof of my house is red.
||the sharp end of anything; To direct the point of something, as of a finger.
||It’s not polite to point at others.
||to drop downward or to a lower position
||He lost his balance and fell down.
||A mammal with rough hair and horns. They are important for their milk and meat.
||They killed a goat as a sacrifice to God.
||A tree having leaves shaped like needles. The pine leaves stay green all year.
||After we took down the Christmas tree, the carpet was covered in pine needles.
||a small brown, intelligent mammal with long tail in the same family as humans.
||He climbed up the tree like a monkey.
||A hard outside covering, as of a fruit or an animal.
||The shell of an egg is easily broken.
||the largest type of deer.
||They shot a large moose while out hunting.
||mus, amerikan geyiği
||not real or genuine.
||The thief robbed the bank using a fake gun.
||To lay hold on; to seize, especially with the hand;
||He ran to catch up to his brother.
||to cause to stick or hold fast, as if with glue
||The two pieces of wood were bonded together with glue.
||A preparation made from the seeds of the chocolate tree, and used in making, a drink.
||Don’t put too much cocoa powder in your milk or it will be too thick.
||a slippery liquid that comes from seeds, animals, plants or some chemicals.
||She fried fish in salad oil.
||to make suitable for eating, by using fire or heat.
||Shall I cook dinner today?
||To give food to
||I feed my dog twice a day.
||the surface or covering on the top of a house or building.
||We have to clear the snow from the roof.
||To propel with oars, as a boat or vessel, along the surface of water;
||We couldn’t row against the strong current.
||frozen, solid water.
||He slipped on the ice.
||A special tutor who assists in preparing a student for examination; a trainer;
||This new coach has been getting much better results with the team.
||a small hot device used to make cloth smooth.
||I burned my fingers on a hot iron.
||a large, strong bird famous for strength, size, graceful figure, vision, and extraordinary flight.
||An eagle’s wings are more than one meter across.
||The channel of a stream or a way where airplanes take off and land.
||An airplane touched down on the runway.
||A small part of a plant, containing the codes of future leaves, flowers, or stems
||The trees are beginning to bud in this time of the year.
||The fifth month of the year, containing thirty-one days.
||I was born on the 1st of May in 1999 .
||I was born on the st of May in .
||to say or write the letters of a word in order.
||I don’t know how to spell the word.
||harf harf söylemek
||The chief or principal part; the main or most important thing.
||The main crop of the area is rice.
||A play in which a ball is driven to and fro, or kept in motion by striking it with a racket.
||Finishing lunch, he played tennis.
||a toy made of a light frame covered with paper or plastic to fly with a rope in the air.
||There is a kite flying above the tree.
||a day to remember or celebrate something.
||We spent our holiday at the seaside.
||Something said to make people laugh;
||It was such a nice joke that everybody burst out laughing.
||an electronic machine that is used to store, sort, and work with information or play games.
||My computer has gone into safe mode, so I’m going to reboot it.
||a small, jumping animal with smooth, wet skin and living in water.
||The frog hopped off the log into the water.
||A step or degree in any series, rank, quality, order;
||He is in fourth grade of elementary school.
||A bend, turn, or curve;
||The mother carried her baby in the crook of her arm.
||To engage in sport or lively recreation;to be in a game or contest.
||Which game shall we play next?
||a place where animals are kept for people to look at.
||They keep a lot of animals in the zoo.
||to form letters or words on any material with a pen, pencil, or something.
||Write it down before you forget it.
||a thin, pointed piece of metal with a flat top hammered into pieces of wood.
||He hammered nails into the board.
||An annual church festival (December 25) and in some States a legal holiday, in memory of the birth of Christ.
||My mother made me a Christmas cake.
||The fruit of the oak, being an oval nut growing in a woody cup or cupule.
||We saw some squirrels gathering acorns to eat.
||White mixed with black
||The tall woman wears a gray suit.
||In the USA, a game played by two teams to get points by carrying, kicking, or throwing a ball to one end of a field. In Europe, the game of kicking the football by players between goals.
||He grew up to be a college football player.
||to smile and make sounds with your mouth, especially for something funny.
||Some people laugh at his jokes, but others don’t.
||a flying machine which has wings and engines, used for carrying people and goods.
||The plane was about to take off.
||The brother of one’s father or mother or an aunt’s husband;
||I’ll visit my uncle next week.
||a green plant with narrow leaves which is usually used for covering fields and yards.
||It was so nice to sit on the grass in the spring sun.
||a game played by two teams by using hands to hit a ball over a net. Teams get a point when the ball touches the ground of the rival team’s court.
||Being short is a disadvantage to a volleyball player.
||The whole body of salt water which covers more than three fifths of the surface of the globe
||The Pacific is the largest ocean in the world.
||One of the planets of the solar system, the fourth in order from the sun, or the next beyond the earth
||A trip to Mars may become possible in my lifetime.
||an ache or terrible feeling in one’s body that is usually caused by injury or diesease.
||When I try to walk, I get an awful pain on my leg.
||the time between sunrise and sunset, or from dawn to darkness
||Prices are going up every day.
||The third month of the year, containing thirgty-one days.
||Would you prefer to travel to Mexico in March or in April?
||a piece of land surrounded by sea or ocean on all sides.
||Japan is an island country.
||an action or idea that is not correct.
||He has made the same mistake twice.
||the area which covers the whole universe
||My dream is to travel in a space shuttle.
||moving vehicles such as cars, motorbikes on a road.
||We are all supposed to know the traffic rules.
||to complete; perform
||I have no time to do my homework.
||Water falling in drops from the clouds; to come down as water from the clouds.
||I hope it does not rain tomorrow.
||to cook food in an oven by using dry heat.
||They bake their own bread fresh every morning.
||A collection of sheets of paper, or similar material, blank, written, or printed, bound together;
||He read a book written in French.
||A container made up and prepared to be carried; especially, a bundle to be carried on the back;
||The bikers put down their heavy packs on the bench and rested for some time.
||attractive or beautiful in a sweet, nice or heartwarming manner;
||Never have I seen such a cute puppy as this.
||a large, furry mammal with a short tail, living largely on fruit, fish and insects
||With its white fur, the polar bear was almost invisible against the snow.
||Akind of food consisting of paste of meat, cheese, fruit, or other filling.
||He was so hungry that he ate the whole apple pie by himself.
||to set the teeth together and open the lips, or to open the mouth and withdraw the lips from the teeth, so as to show them, as in laughter, scorn, or pain.
||He grinned with pride when the teacher gave him the award.
||a large mammal that has four legs, short hair, hoofs, a mane, and a long tail, and used for riding and carrying heavy things.
||He jumped his horse over the fence.
||to make a hole on ground with a spade or a hoe
||When spring comes, they dig up the fields and plant seeds.
||A celestial body which revolves about the sun in an orbit
||The Earth is a small but beautiful planet.
||To utter a sudden and loud outcry, as in joy, triumph, or exultation, or to attract attention
||You’ll have to shout, I can’t hear you over the noise of the radio.
||To spring free from the ground by the muscular action of the feet and legs
||She dared me to jump off the roof of the garage, so I did.
||a feathered flying animal
||Do you hear the bird singing in the cage?
||to exchange an object with another for money.
||They sell fruit, bread, cakes, and many other things.
||primates such as the gorilla, chimpanzee, gibbon, or orangutan.
||Bongos are a species of ape which look like small chimpanzees.
||the edible seed of leguminous plants.
||Cocoa powder is made from a paste prepared from cocoa beans.
||The upper layer of the earth;
||Plants take in water from the soil.
||The spirit; the soul of man believed to have returned to earth to haunt a place or living people.
||They were scared at the sight of the ghost.
||to rest or stay on the surface of a fluid or gas
||Oil will float on water.
||su üzerinde durmak
||a game played by two teams of five players each, shooting the ball through a raised hoop to get points
||Michael Jordan is an outstanding basketball player, perhaps the best ever.
||a rectangular piece of luggage used for carrying clothing and personal belongings for travel
||She bundled all her dresses into the suitcase.
||a meshlike fabric that is woven or tied together in knots.
||The boy captured the bird with a net.
||Moderately wet; damp; humid; not dry;
||His shirt was moist with sweat.
||a bag made of rubber or plastic that may be filled with air to use as a decoration or toy.
||The little boy let go of his balloon, and watched it drift up into the sky.
||a tailless amphibian that have dry rough warty skins, live primarily on land, and resemble a frog.
||One toad may catch and eat up to 10000 insects in the course of a summer.
||to postpone or stop until a later time
||The weather will delay the start of the race.
||the color of soil or coffee;
||The leaves turn brown in the autumn.
||A piece of metal, as gold, silver, copper as a medium of buying and selling in financial transactions
||He stole money from her wallet.
||to lose consciousness for a short time
||She fainted when she saw blood.
||to flow downward in drops
||Blood was dripping from a cut on his forehead.
||any of blue, red, white or others
||He thinks that blue is the most beautiful color.
||His aim is to become a doctor.
||The young of swine, male or female
||All the apples that fall are eaten by the pigs.
||a large, swift, hoofed mammal, having antlers
||They hunted deer and foxes.
||the objective case of I.
||She came here to see me.
||To move in or pass thorugh the air with wings, as a bird.
||He is afraid to fly in an airplane.
||To send forth a forcible current of air, as from the mouth or from a pair of bellows.
||An autumn breeze begins to blow.
||The wife of a king.
||The queen was wearing a magnificent silver dress.
||A spherical body of any substance or size used to play with, as by throwing, knocking, kicking, etc.
||I threw a ball to my dog and he caught it in his mouth.
||a device for slowing or stopping a car or other vehicles
||He jammed his foot on the brake just in time.
||A piece of thick, nappy fabric, commonly made of wool, — used for various purposes, as for covering and ornamenting part of a bare floor
||Be careful you don’t spill the orange juice on the rug, it’ll stain.
||To guide or conduct with the hand, or by means of some physical contact connection
||You lead the way and I will follow you.
||yol göstermek, rehberlik etmek
||An opening in the wall of a house or of an apartment, by which to go in and out; an entrance way.
||Shut the door, it’s cold in here.
||a track for travel, forming a means of communication between one city, town, or place, and another.
||Her house is a little way off the road.
||anything in the mind as a result of mental activity or thinking
||It is a good idea asking him for help.
||A starlike body; esp. one of the numerous small planets whose orbits lie between those of Mars and Jupiter
||It will take about a year for the spacecraft to arrive near the asteroid.<
||A contest, physical or mental, according to certain rules, for amusement, recreation, or for winning a stake
||He likes that video game very much.
||a covering for the hand that is made of cloth or leather and having separate sections for each finger and the thumb.
||My mother gave me a pair of gloves of her own making.
||The evening preceding Allhallows or All Saints’ Day.
||My son wore a wonderful monster mask for Halloween.
||An honor or reward striven for in a competitive contest
||He won first prize as a result of his great effort.
||Grass cut and cured for fodder.
||The farmer put the hay onto the wagon.
||Father; — a word sometimes used by children.
||Dad painted the walls white.
||a tube propelled by the gases ignited and burned, used for fireworks, airborne weapons, spacecraft and missiles.
||A small rocket was launched into space to probe atmospheric conditions.
||The globe or planet which we inhabit
||The earth is shaped like a sphere.
||A very large and powerful flesh-eating Asian mammal of the cat family with Its yellow fur and black stripes.
||They succeeded in catching the tiger alive.
||The number of points gained by the players in a game; points in a test
||His score on the English test is quite satisfactory.
||The fore part of the foot
||I can dance on my toes.
||a woody plant consisting of roots, a trunk, and branches
||There are some oranges on the tree.
||of great size; large
||My brother caught a big fish.
||a sports game in which two teams of eleven players try to advance a ball into the opposing goal
||Would you like to play soccer with us?
||Having the color of grass when fresh and growing
||The grass in the park is green and beautiful.
||Any large web-footen water bird that resembles a duck with a longer neck
||That goose lays the golden eggs.
||a living being of the vegetable group without feeling and voluntary motion
||This plant lives in areas that get little sun.
||The day in which any person is born
||I received a sweater from her on my birthday.
||Having no real substance, value, or importance
||All our attempts were in vain.
||in contact with the surface of something; about
||The cat is on the sofa.
||Letters, papers, papers, or other matter contained therein, conveyed from one post office to another
||The mail is delayed because of the weather conditions.
||a small, flat, circular metalic money.
||He took a coin out of his pocket.
||Now passing, as time
||I am happy with my current position at work.
||şu anki, mevcut
||be unable to find something you possess
||It was careless of you to lose my car key.
||One of the larger bodies of salt water, less than an ocean
||His boat has been at sea for two hours.
||food that is made from curdled milk
||My son loves yogurt with fruit in it, but I prefer plain yogurt myself.
||enjoy,To be pleased; to choose
||I like watching TV.
||Having the color of the clear and cloudless sky,
||He has blue eyes and fair hair.
||An optical instrument used in viewing distant objects such as planets, stars.
||We could see another planet through the telescope.
||fruit with white flesh and a red, green, or yellow skin.
||My mother often bakes apple pies for us.
||Having considerable distance or extent between the sides; spacious, large across;
||She swam across the wide river.
||To spring clear of the ground, with the feet; to jump;
||Rabbits never walk or run anywhere, but always hop or leap.
||big domestic farm animal kept or raised for its milk or meat.
||The average cow produces 40 glasses of milk each day.
||A female helper, servant
||The maid was totally tired of her household routine.
||Preceding all others of a series or kind; the ordinal of one; earliest
||She took first prize in the race.
||a small, open vehicle to travel on the water
||We crossed the waters in a boat.
||Moving a short space in a relatively long time; not quick in motion; not fast;
||He is quick to speak but slow to act.
||the colorful and beautiful part of a plant that generates fruit or seeds
||Bees fly from flower to flower to make honey.
||To move upward by use of the hands and feet.
||Cats can climb trees, but dogs can’t.
||an type of furniture with a flat, horizontal top and supported by one or more vertical legs.
||Do you have a table for five?
||a young human;
||The child cried for the toy.
||a flat, rectangular piece of wood, used for a specific purpose.
||Write your name on the board.
||shout or cry for disapproval or scorn.
||They hooted the player for his bad performance..
||having a certain depth, not shallow.
||The water is deep in this part of the river.
||One who teaches or instructs; an instructor; a tutor.
||The teacher told me study harder.
||to name to a particular office or function, designate, or set apart by authority.
||They appointed Jim manager.
||the coldest season of the year.
||We have had little snow this winter.
||A flake, or small filmy mass, of snow.
||No two snowflakes have exactly the same crystal pattern.
||The shore of the sea, or of a lake, which is washed by the waves
||We dove off the yacht, and swam to the beach.
||Having a very thin edge or fine point; of a nature to cut or pierce easily
||Be careful with that knife, it is really sharp.
||Of or belonging to me
||I have lost my key.
||a written statement showing products or services and their cost.
||I received the electricity bill today.
||having a low temperature; not warm or hot
||Winter is cold, but I like it.
||an idea in its perfect form or essence; best one
||A warm, sunny day is ideal for a picnic.
||ideal, kusursuz, mükemmel
||The electric eel carries the strongest electrical charge of any animal on Earth.
||to have possession, get, obtain, seize
||I’ll take my coffee black.
||food; time when food is prepared and eaten at a specific time.
||Brush your teeth after each meal.
||a short journey
||She made a trip to Europe last month.
||To express happiness, pleasure and kindness by the features of the face; to laugh silently
||Her smile showed that she was happy.
||the color of salt or snow
||The girl brought me a red and white rose.
||a part of a house separated from similar sections by walls.
||We ourselves decorated the room.
||oda; yer, alan
||swing to one side, or backward and forward
||The trees and plants swayed in the strong wind last night.
||Any long tube or hollow body of wood or metal used as a conductor of water, steam, gas, etc.
||Water poured from the broken pipe.
||A tool for impelling a boat with a grip or handle at one end and a broad blade at the other.
||The boys took one oar each and rowed quickly to the shore.
||A hollow metallic vessel like a cup , containing a clapper or tongue, and giving forth a ringing sound on being struck.
||The small boys rang the door bell and ran away.
||the warmest period of the year
||I like summer best because I can swim.
||celestial bodies visible from earth as points of light in the night sky.
||Our galaxy contains about 100 billion stars.
||to operate a vehicle such as a car, bus.
||He told me not to drive too fast.
||To gripe suddenly; to seize; to snatch
||The thief grabbed her purse, and then ran off down the street.
||tutmak, yakalamak, kapmak
||Over; more than enough; also; in addition
||Don’t stay in the sun too long.
||çok fazla; -de, da
||Some one to prepare, as food, by boiling, roasting, baking, broiling, etc.
||My father is cook.
||An opening in the wall of a building for the admission of light and air,
||He broke the window by throwing a stone.
||A tool with a black lead used for writing, drawing, or marking
||She drew a circle on a piece of paper with a pencil.
||to transfer and get data, files, or programs from a network or remote computer to anaother
||Use of the Internet to download music is very popular.
||program indirmek, yüklemek
||a southern European country famous for bull fighting
||Soccer is very popular in Spain.
||To address, as with expressions of kind wishes and courtesy; to greet; to hail.
||They saluted each other by raising their hats.
||a small furry mammal, kept as a pet or to catch mice.
||The dog chased the cat up a tree.
||To pass from one place to another; to be in motion;
||I will go abroad next year.
||To sit on, so as to be carried by a horse, bike and so on.
||He showed us how to ride a horse.
||ata, bisiklete vs. binmek
||to move through water or other fluid by means of body motions; not to sink;
||It’s warm today so you can swim in the sea.
||To take rest by a suspension of the voluntary exercise of the powers of the body and mind
||He could not sleep because of the heat.
||A body of water, naturally or artificially confined, and usually of less extent than a lake.
||We saw a lot of live fish in the pond.
||a negative word used as a denial, disagreement, or refusal.
||No, I don’t want to go.
||The thoughts, or series of thoughts, or imaginary transactions, which happen in the mind during sleep;
||I had a bad dream last night.
||rüya, rüya görmek
||The fluid which comes from the clouds in rain, and which forms rivers, lakes, seas, etc.
||Plants die without water.
||a large meat eating member of the cat family, native to Africa and parts of Asia, that has a mane.
||The lion is the king of the beasts.
||a tall cereal plant that produces cylinder-shaped ears with rows of edible yellow or white seeds.
||Birds feed on berries and corn seeds.
||A covering for the head, and worn for protecting the head from the sun or weather, or for ornament.
||Take off your hat when you come into a room.
||The celestial orbit which revolves round the earth; the satellite of the earth
||They sat the bench, looking at the moon.
||the color of blood
||The light changed from red to green.
||very warm; opposed to cold, and exceeding warm in degree
||I burned my fingers on a hot iron.
||a newly-born or very young child
||The baby is sleeping on the bed.
||having qualities that are desired, enjoyed, or beneficial;
||She came with good news.
||leather, or other material that you wear around your waist.
||I have to tighten my belt.
||The burning of a house or town;
||There was a big fire last night.
||all of the people related by blood or marriage, living in one house
||He took a photograph of the family.
||A regular solid body, with six equal square sides.
||I like to put an ice cube into my coffee, because it’s usually too hot.
||A small vehicle moved on wheels
||I parked the car into the garage.
||to form; to produce; to frame; to create; to cause to exist;
||She can make her own dresses.
||A large mass of stony material; a large fixed stone
||He hit his head against a rock.
||a mammal which is closely related to sea lions and walruses.
||Seals eat fish and sea birds.
||To move along the ground with the body, like worm
||The prisoners escaped by creeping through the ventilation system.
||another name for the United States; A continent where the USA is.
||The Statue of Liberty is a symbol of America.
||The twelfth and last month of the year
||The month after next is December.
||the form of energy that makes it possible for the eye to see
||The sun gives light and heat.
||To move, proceed, advance, pass, go, come swiftly by moving the legs very fast;
||I can run faster than Ken.
||A cloth with special colorful designs used as a symbol of a country, party, team or organization.
||The American flag has 13 stripes, 7 red and 6 white.
||Melodical sounds made by instruments such as violin, drums, guitar and so on.
||Grandfather is providing music on the accordion.
||A connected line of cars or carriages on a railroad.
||I go to work every day by train.
||To keep away from
||You should avoid calling a person after ten at night.
||Persons, generally; an indefinite number of men and women;
||Some people believe in ghosts.
||a short, high sound as a signal.
||It makes a beep sound when the coffee is ready.
||a person who wears strange clothes, paints his or her face and does funny things in order to make children laugh.
||The clown panicked the audience with a gag.
||a flat, open piece of wood, metal, plastic, or some other material on which dishes, glasses and so on are carried;
||He brought her breakfast in bed on a tray.
||A pet with four legs and a tail that barks.
||The dog barked at the mailman.
||the organ on the face that we use for breathing and smelling.
||An elephant has a long nose.
||a group of questions or tasks designed to see how much we know about a topic
||There will be a math test tomorrow.
||A representation of a person, a landscape, a building upon canvas, paper, photo or other surface
||My little sister painted a picture of a snowman.
||To hold; to restrain from departure or removal
||I keep my hammer in the toolbox.
||The seventh month of the year,
||The United States celebrated its first birthday on July 4, 1777, in Philadelphia.
||a sea animal with a wide with ten legs and flat body covered by a shell.
||Most fishermen catch and sell crabs and oysters.
||the time period between late afternoon and night;
||Mike is coming to dinner this evening.
||the color that results from mixing blue and red
||A purple carpet will not go with this red curtain.
||the first part or early part of the day
||I have breakfast every morning.
||a state in the northwestern United States on the Pacific Coast. Its capital is Olympia.
||What time’s the next train to Washington?
||a basic unit of language that has some meaning that other people can understand.
||I know only a few words of Spanish.
||To perceive by the eye; watch
||I’m very glad to see you again.
||The characteristic fluid of any vegetable or fruit
||I squeezed the juice out of the oranges.
||a person responsible for care and protection
||I managed to cut the shop keeper down to $100 for the watch.
||A game in which two parties of players, armed with sticks curved or hooked at the end, attempt to drive any small object toward opposite goals.
||Wayne Gretzky is a giant in the world of hockey.
||to have the same opinion with someone alse
||I’m sorry I don’t agree with you on that matter.
||aynı fikirde olmak
||A black, solid substance, dug from mines in the earth to be used for fuel.
||Next to wood, coal is the oldest of fuels.
||The seashore, or land near it.
||We went to the coast for our summer vacation.
||A substance in the form of thin sheets or leaves intended to be written or printed on, or to be used in wrapping.
||I wrote my name on the paper.
||the house in which one lives
||My father may be at home now.
||to give money to someone or store in exchange for products or services.
||I will pay the money in advance.
||ödemek, ödeme yapmak
||Not ever; not at any time;
||She never tells a lie.
||asla, hiç bir zaman
||The sister of one’s father or mother;
||My aunt grows tomatoes in her garden.
||to experience a sense of one’s physical or mental condition.
||I feel a little bad today.
||A well-known trailing plant and its fruit, — used for cooking and for feeding stock
||Cinderella’s coach turned back into a pumpkin at the stroke of midnight.
||A large body of water on earth contained that is surrounded on all sides by land
||There were hundreds of ducks on the lake.
||Another time; once more; anew.
||He is likely to be late again.
||another word for mother
||We bought a coffee grinder for my mom for her birthday.
||A tool consisting of a headpiece having teeth, used for collecting hay, or other light things which are spread over a large surface,
||Put the rake and the shovel in the garden shed.
||in a short time
||He will get well very soon.
||birazdan, kısa süre içinde
||to wish for something to happen.
||I hope it does not rain tomorrow.
||table with flat top for the use writers and readers. It often has a drawer.
||She found her purse under the desk.
||a long vehicle with many seats that carries many passengers.
||He commutes to his office by bus.
||a large bird with brown feathers, raised for their meat.
||A turkey is a little bigger than a chicken.
||A road or way open to the use of the public; a main road or thoroughfare.
||I enjoyed driving on the new highway.
||A structure intended or used as a somewhere to stay and live
||She lives in a large house.
||a line of color that is different in color from the area around it.
||The zebra is well-known for its striking black and white stripes.
||The solid part of the surface of the earth
||We often call America the land of liberty.
||an animal that swims and lives in water and does not breathe air.
||The whale is not a fish but a mammal.
||to express in spoken or written words.
||Tell me when he will come.
||To direct the eyes for the purpose of seeing something
||want to look at the reference books.
||A movable single seat with a back.
||This chair automatically adjusts itself to your height.
||Something that amuses or entertains you
||It is fun playing football after school.
||A cloth used for wiping, especially one used for drying anything wet
||She dried his hair with a towel.
||the hard rubber disk that is used in ice hockey.
||In hockey, puck handling requires agility and concentration.
||to heat a liquid until it starts to turn into a gas.
||The soup should boil gently for about half an hour before being served.
||a law or direction that guides behavior or action.
||Smoking in the office is against our rules.
||the central body round which the earth and planets revolve
||The sun gives light and heat.
||To cut by striking repeatedly with a sharp instrument;
||Can you chop some more wood for the fire?
||to increase suddenly
||The town boomed during the 1950s and 1960s as businesses moved into the area.
||to cry or scream as with agony or horror.
||The crowd yelled when he scored a goal.
||To chew and swallow as food;
||We often eat lunch together.
||The sixth month of the year
||My sister is having a baby in June.
||a tool for catching animals.
||The enemy is caught like a mouse in a trap.
||The last part of the leg of man or an animal, which has toes.
||He stepped on my foot on purpose.
||linear cloth worn around the neck, usually by men wearing suits.
||Your jacket and tie don’t go together.
||an animal with wool which is raised for their wool, milk, and meat.
||The sheep were feeding in the meadow.
||She arrived late as usual.
||A sweet small and round mass of dough baked with cream and other ingredients
||My mother baked a cake for my birthday.
||a certain space or area used for a purpose.
||I don’t know the exact place I was born.
||an area smaller a city .
||All the houses in town were empty.
||A vehicle on runners, used for conveying loads over the snow or ice
||He took a slide down the hill on his sled.
||a kind of bird raised on farms for its meat and eggs.
||Would you rather have fish or chicken for supper tonight?
||the seeds grown in wet areas and are eaten as food.
||The Japanese live mainly on rice.
||to put things on or in something in order to carry them.
||The old man loaded his horse with bags full of sand.
||An outer garment fitting the upper part of the body in winter
||He took the coat off because it was warm.