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about
a little more or less than; a little before or after
answer
to say or write something back when somebody has asked you something or written to you
baby
a very young child
become
to begin to be something
bed
a thing that you sleep on
below
in or to a lower place than somebody or something
bend
to make something that was straight into a curved shape
bicycle
a vehicle with two wheels that you sit on and move your legs to make the wheels move
big
not small; large
borrow
to take and use something that you will give back after a short time
branch
one of the parts of a tree that grow from the thick main part (called a trunk)
chair
a piece of furniture for one person to sit on, with four legs, a seat, and a back
child
a young boy or girl
clap
to hit your hands together to make a noise, usually to show that you like something
climb
to go up towards the top of something
clock
a thing that shows you what time it is
cook
a person who cooks
deliver
to take something to the place where it must go
dislike
to not like somebody or something
drink
liquid (water, milk, coffee, etc.) that you take in through your mouth
eat
to have a meal
end
the furthest or last part of something
father
a man who has a child
fix
to put something in a place so it will not move
floor
all the rooms at the same height in a building
fly
to travel in a plane
football game
a game played by two teams of 11 players each, using an oval ball that players kick, throw, or carry. Teams try to put the ball over the other team's goal line
game
something you play that has rules
groceries
food and other things for the home that you buy regularly
hand
the part at the end of your arm that has four fingers and a thumb
hang
to fix something, or to be fixed at the top so the lower part is free
happy
feeling pleased or showing that you are pleased
hate
to have a very strong feeling of not liking someone or something
have
to own or keep something
hear
to notice sounds with your ears
hold
to have something in your hand or arms
horizontal
going from side to side, not up or down
hugging
putting your arms around somebody to show that you love them
job
the work that you do for money
kiss
to touch somebody with your lips to show love or to say hello or goodbye
know
to have information in your head
lamp
a thing that gives light
leaf
one of the flat green parts that grow on a plant or a tree
learn
to find out something or how to do something by studying or by doing it often
lend
to give something to somebody for a short time
letter
a piece of writing that one person sends to another person
lie
something you say that you know is not true
like
the same as somebody or something
look
to turn your eyes toward somebody or something and try to see them
lose
to not be able to find something
love
the strong warm feeling you have when you like somebody or something very much
mailbox
a private box outside a house or building or a hole in a door for putting letters through
make
to force somebody to do something
motorcycle
a vehicle with two wheels and an engine
movie
a film that you see at the cinema
nap
a short sleep that you have during the day
newspaper
large pieces of paper with news, advertisements, and other things printed on them
not
used for forming negative sentences or phrases
on
used for showing where something is
package
something that is wrapped in paper, cardboard, or plastic
pay
to give somebody money for something
pen
a thing that you use for writing with a colored liquid (ink)
phone
an instrument that you use for talking to someone who is in another place
picture
to imagine something in your mind
play
a story that you watch in the theater or on television or listen to on the radio
plumber
a person whose job it is to put in and repair things like water pipes and baths
position
the place where someone or something is located
professor
a teacher at a university or college
pull
to hold something firmly and use force in order to move it or try to move it toward yourself
push
to use your hands, arms, or body in order to make someone or something move forward or away from you
race
a competition to see who can run, drive, ride, etc. the fastest
read
to look at words and understand them
ride
to sit on a horse or bicycle and control it as it moves
roof
the top of a building or car, that covers it
run
to control something and make it work
salt
a white substance that comes from sea water and from the earth; we put it on food to make it taste better
sell
to give something to somebody who pays you money for it
serve
to help somebody in a shop to buy things
sink
the place in a kitchen where you wash dishes
sit
to rest your weight on your bottom (for example, in a chair)
smell
to notice something with your nose
sound
something that you hear
stand
to be on your feet
stove
a piece of kitchen equipment for cooking using electricity or gas; it has places for heating pans on the top
studies
a particular person's learning activities, for example at a college or university
suitcase
a large bag with flat sides that you carry your clothes in when you travel
table
a piece of furniture with a flat top and legs
talk
to speak to somebody; to say words
taxi
a car with a driver that you pay to take you somewhere. Taxis usually have meters that show how much money you have to pay
teach
to show someone how to do something so that they will be able to do it themselves
tennis
a game in which two or four players use rackets to hit a ball backward and forward across a net on a specially marked court
their
of or belonging to them
think
to have an opinion about something; to believe something
toy
a thing for a child to play with
turn
the time when you can or should do something
TV
a piece of electrical equipment with a screen on which you can watch programs with moving pictures and sounds
under
covered by something
vacuum cleaner
an electric machine that cleans floors, carpets, etc. by sucking up dirt and dust
vertical
going straight up or down from a level surface or from top to bottom
voicemail
an electronic system which can store telephone messages, so that someone can listen to them later
want
to wish to have or do something
watch
to look at someone or something for a time, paying attention to what happens
water
to pour water on plants, etc.
window
an opening in a building or in a car door with glass in it
with
a word that shows people or things are together
work
to go correctly or to do something