Basic Reading 1200 Key Words-Book 1 (E)
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coach
a person who teaches sports
His mother is a tennis coach.
event
something important that happens
The last event is a race.
except for
not including
I have everything I need except for running shoes.
nod
To nod is to move your head up and down.
He nodded his head.
shout
to say something loudly
"1 . . . 2 . . . 3 . . . Go!" Coach shouts, blowing the whistle.
whistle
a small instrument that makes a sharp sound when blown
Don’t blow that whistle in the house. It is too loud.
bite
to seize, grasp or tear (something) with the teeth or jaws
Be careful. That dog might bite you.
nut
a food that grows inside a hard shell
I have heard that nuts are very good for our health.
pepper
the hard outer covering of berries from a particular plant that have been ground into small pieces, used to add hot or spicy flavor to food
I don’t like green peppers on my pizza.
squirrel
a small animal that has short fur, a big tail, and lives in trees
The squirrels run through the park.
stomach
an organ used for digesting food
By looking at his symptoms, I think he has an upset stomach.
vegetable
a plant that is raised and eaten as food
Sam saw red vegetables growing in the garden.
excellent
very good
I got an excellent score on my school test.
female
relating to the sex that lays eggs
I learned that only female birds lay eggs.
male
related to or belonging to the sex that does not give birth
male birds are often more colorful than females.
probably
likely
Kate isn’t at school, so she is probably sick.
produce
fruits and vegetables
The two factories produce many kinds of pens.
rat
an animal that looks like a large mouse, with long teeth and a long tail
My uncle set a trap to catch a rat.
crack
to split
After she picked up the shell, she realized it had cracks in it.
hero
someone you respect for their intelligence or abilities
This hero has super powers.
homework
school work that teachers give to pupils to do at home
I finished all of my homework except for science.
newspaper
a paper, printed daily or weekly, containing news etc
After doing homework, we read the newspaper and talk about it.
rough
not gentle
The goat’s fur feels rough, but the cat’s fur feels soft.
steel
a very hard, heavy metal
A steel car is heavier than a plastic car.
clown
a performer who dresses up in funny clothes and makes people laugh
The clown had bright blue hair and a big red smile.
favorite
most preferred or liked
This is my favorite song.
nervous
feeling uncertain about future events or results
I was nervous about speaking in front of the class.
pay attention
to focus one's eyes and thoughts on something
Please pay attention to me when I’m talking to you.
polka-dot
one of many round spots that form a pattern on cloth
Sarah put on nice pants and her favorite red polka-dot shirt.
teacher
a person who teaches others, especially in a school
The teacher and students are leaving the classroom together.
cupcake
a small cake shaped like a cup
She baked cupcakes and made lemonade to sell.
garage sale
sale of household goods held in the garage
After a garage sale, she collected enough money to help them.
lawn
A lawn is an area covered in grass.
Lisa pulled weeds and mowed lawns for her neighbors.
lemonade
lemonade
I don’t drink lemonade because I dislike sour drinks.
mow
To mow grass is to cut it to make it very short.
How often do you have to mow the lawn?
weed
a plant, especially one that is not useful or wanted
There are a lot of weeds in our lawn!
agree with
to think or say the same
I agreed with them that we should try again.
couple
two persons joined together
Ann and John Betar are the longest-married couple in America.
husband
a man to whom a woman is married.
Ann and John Betar are husband and wife.
record
a written report of facts, events etc
You have received the best record in the sport of swimming.
secret
hidden
Please don’t tell anyone my secret.
wife
the woman to whom one is married
Ann and John Betar are husband and wife.
active
(busily) involved
I agree with the idea that old people need to stay active.
earth
the material in which plants grow
earth is only one planet in our solar system.
hole
an opening in something
That dog dug a hole in our garden!
liquid
a substance that is neither solid nor gas
When ice melts, it becomes a liquid.
mile
a measurement for distance
You can walk to the bank from here. It is less than a(n) mile away.
volcano
a mountain that can erupt
No one thought the volcano was active until smoke came out of it.
butterfly
butterfly
A butterfly was flying from a pink to a yellow flower.
chase
to run after or follow someone or something very quickly
We weren’t chasing the mice. We were running away!
joy
great happiness
I love baseball. I feel joy when I play.
laugh
the sound made when someone is happy or a funny thing occurs
We all laughed at Grandpa’s joke.
lay
to put or set something down carefully
Did you know that frogs and bugs lay eggs?
realize
to come to know
Now I realize how important it is to study hard.
crab
a sea creature with a hard, protective covering, five legs on each side, two of which have CLAWS on them
Then Wilma saw a crab digging in the sand.
dig
to make a hole in the ground
Our dog likes to dig in our garden.
necklace
A necklace is a piece of jewelry that people wear around their necks.
I gave a silver necklace to my mother.
parents
the mother and father of a child
My parents don’t like it when I don’t study hard.
sand
the very tiny pieces of rock that create a beach
Ow! The sand is too hot to walk on barefoot.
shell
a protective covering
A turtle has a hard outer shell.
believe
to be confident that something is true
They all believe the story to be true.
cheer up
to make someone feel happier or less worried
cheer up! You’ll do better next time.
mail
letters and other things sent to people
He is delivering the mail.
medical
of healing, medicine or doctors
Danny Nickerson had a serious medical problem.
receive
to get something
Danny received more than 150,000 birthday cards in the mail!
serious
being dangerous or having a potentially negative effect
Danny Nickerson had a serious medical problem.
adventure
an exciting experience
Our winter vacation turned into a real adventure.
August
the eighth month of the year
august is the hottest month of summer.
locate
find where something is
The bridge is located north of Vancouver, Canada.
sail
a piece of material used to catch wind
We went sailing on the sea!
spot
to identify or notice
This looks like a nice spot for us to have a picnic.
wave
an electronic, light, or sound movement of energy
She was afraid of the big waves, so she didn’t swim.
amount
a number of something
The amount of sleep I get each night isn’t enough.
goat
a small animal that is related to sheep
My uncle owns six horses and ten goats.
natural
normal or expected
In fact, cow’s milk has a higher amount of natural sugar.
sugar
sugar
Candy has a lot of sugar.
taste
the feeling that is experienced when food or drink is put into the mouth
The vegetables weren’t fresh. As a result, the salad didn’t taste good.
uncomfortable
causing one to feel embarrassed or not mentally relaxed
High heels look good, but they are uncomfortable for me to wear.
checkup
A check-up is a medical examination by your doctor or dentist to make sure that there is nothing wrong with your health.
After the checkup, Dad and the doctor talked and talked!
eye chart
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My sister read the letters on the eye chart.
eyesight
a person's ability to see
Reading in the dark is bad for your eyesight.
fever
(an illness causing) high body temperature and quick heart-beat
My sister had a high fever. She is sick.
glasses
glasses
My grandmother has to wear glasses to read a book.
practice
the process or activity of performing an action repeatedly in order to improve a skill
My soccer team practiced every day to win the game.
again
in another instance; one more time
I want to go to Disney Land again.
bank
a place where money is lent or exchanged, or put for safety and/or to acquire interest
My father told me to put my money in the bank.
guess
to have an opinion
Don’t tell me the answer. Let me guess.
office
a room that often contains a desk and chair where business is done
The door to the office was locked, and the lights were off.
story
the set of rooms on the same level of a building
Nate likes telling stories.
street
A street is a road in a city, town, or village, usually with houses along it.
Billy and his father were walking down the street.
candy
a sweet food made from sugar
I always have to brush my teeth after I eat candy.
factory
a building where things are made or put together
Almost two hundred people work in the factory near the town.
failure
a person who fails
Learning from failure often leads to success.
own
to have or possess a thing
He started his own business at the age of 19.
success
doing something well that you choose to do
The shop was a great success, so the owner became very rich.
wealthy
having a lot of money
He is very wealthy and owns a private jet.
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