feeling or showing anger
An angry tiger can attack and hurt a person.
to try to fight or to hurt
An angry tiger can attack and hurt a person.
an area behind or near the house
My grandmother grew vegetables in her backyard.
A mammoth is a(n) huge animal that looks like an elephant.
a search for animals, usually to kill for food
Bats sleep during the day and hunt for food at night.
living in a state of nature without human control
A wolf is a wild animal.
He put a trap beneath the tree to catch a squirrel.
The wooden bridge looks weak, so I’m afraid to walk across it.
in the east
Water moves east through the lakes.
expensive and fashionable
Sue is going to a fancy dress party tonight.
an opening in a fence covered by some type of door
I forgot to lock the gate.
different from what is normal or usual
Are you doing anything special for your birthday?
a way of doing or thinking about something
The students were approaching the teacher to ask questions.
to pass the tongue over and along something
You have to lick your ice cream quickly or it will melt.
in a manner that produces or causes a large amount of noise
She spoke loudly so everyone could hear.
An old puma saw that a young wolf was approaching.
to flee or escape
If you see a tiger, you have to run away.
an act that achieves some end unfairly
A special trick made the kids laugh.
a large home for a prince or lord
The king’s castle is very huge.
the possibility that you'll be hurt or killed
Smoking is a serious danger to health.
from a different country
He can speak four foreign languages.
a strongly defended building
Moscow was built around a large fortress.
(often with "on" or "keep") the act of protecting people or things from harm; the state of watching for danger
He guards the entrance to the building.
(usually followed by "against" or "from" ) to defend against harm or danger
All prisoners of war are protected by international laws.
ready to face danger and not afraid
The brave firemen rushed into the burning building
to gain knowledge or skill (in)
My brother is going to learn how to drive.
a condition of no war or conflict
A white dove is a symbol for peace.
I don't like to speak out in front of people.
The scary guy broke the girl’s eyeglasses and threathen her.
being physically relaxed and at ease
Sit down and make yourself comfortable.
to stop being VISIBLE
The airplane disappeared behind a cloud.
You can find all the necessary information on our website.
the aggregate of passively floating, drifting, or somewhat motile organisms occurring in a body of water plankton are tiny sea animals and plants.
Cold water suits plankton fine.
It is fascinating how tiny ants move heavy pieces of food.
a female child (when spoken of in relation to her parents)
The little girl is Mr. Brown's daughter.
having good health
Milk is healthy food.
When a cat has a baby, it is called a kitten.
to make perfect, flawless, excellent
She got all the questions right, so her score was perfect.
to like better
She doesn’t like fish. She prefers meat.
a chair with wheels, used for moving from place to place by invalids or those who cannot walk
His daughter was in a wheelchair.
a friend, usually male
My buddies and I will go to the beach this weekend.
a person who uses strength or power to harm or intimidate those who are weaker.
He's a bully and he's been bothering me.
a thought, plan, or suggestion about what to do
I have a good idea for a new story.
feeling sadness because one is alone
She lives alone and often feels lonely.
easy to understand
Anyone can make tea; it's simple
disturbed or distressed
He is upset because he got into trouble at school today.
A basement of a house or building is a room that is built underground.
It was dark and cold in the basement of the building.
to go in
Jim opened the door and entered a small room.
time that is yet to come
What job do you want in the future?
to come or go back
Don’t forget to return my pen!
a soft grayish-white metal that is very valuable silver rings are less expensive than gold rings.
to move in a rapid turning motion
The bicycle wheel will spin if you pump the pedals.
I enjoy eating fresh fruit.
to ask someone to attend your event
He invited me to have a drink with him.
the food that is prepared to be eaten in one sitting, such as for dinner
In summer, my family enjoys having meals outside in the backyard.
This book is very thick and heavy.
(of people or animals) not fat
The snake was thin enough to enter the small crack.
a custom that has been handed down
One winter tradition in the US is to decorate houses with lights.
to curve or bend
The people are going to bow to the King.
a place where people worship
My parents go to church every Sunday.
an area of land that is controlled by its own government
Canada is a very large country.
a person who is in control of it or in charge of it
Gandhi was one of the greatest leaders in the world.
the home of a king or queen
There are more than 150 rooms in this palace.
a woman who rules a country
The queen is wearing a crown.
the act of questioning someone's right, a statement etc.
After lunch, I will challenge you to a game of tennis.
something you work toward
Steve scored two goals in the hockey game.
to be responsible for controlling or organizing someone or something especially a business
The kids managed to make $500 by selling cookies and cupcakes.
a contest or game
"We challenge you to a soccer match," said the spiders.
a (usually short) period of not working etc after, or between periods of, effort; (a period of) freedom from worries etc
If you’re tired, we’ll stop and rest for a while.
to be the best at something in a competition
If we win the next game, our team will be the champion.
no longer having life
A dead person is usually buried in the ground.
to process in the stomach
Some people cannot digest goat’s milk well.
a very small animal with six legs, and sometimes with wings
My favorite insect is the ladybug because it looks pretty.
to say that it is necessary
To become a good piano player requires lots of practice.
To snap something means to break it suddenly, which causes a loud noise.
The big fish snaps at the small fish.
to catch or take in and not let go
We set up traps in the garage to catch the mice.
invent a new word
He had lots of gold and silver coins.
My grandfather is a kind and helpful gentleman.
a distance travelled, especially over land
The man was on a long journey from Russia.
a loud sound made with a fist that strikes a hard surface repeatedly knock on the door before entering.
a type of liquid that does not dissolve in water
I need to have the engine oil changed.
He’s rich. He can buy anything he wants.
to put in the ground and cover with dirt
This woman died and was buried.
things people wear on their body fordecoration, such as necklaces and earrings
My sister is dressing up and wearing a pretty jewelry.
(plural) an official organization that is responsible for ensuring that people obey the law and that CRIMINALS are found and taken to prison
The thief went to prison, but the police couldn’t find the jewelry.
to take something that does not belong to you
The thief thought of many ways to steal a car.
an act of going to see someone or something for pleasure, socially, professionally etc, or going to stay for a time
Emma went to Seattle to visit her cousins.
When animals get old, they get weak.
a continent in the southern hemisphere
Ryan Hreljac studied africa.
to give (money, clothes, food, time, etc.) for free in order to help others
We donate money to charity every year.
to offer something to another
Coffee and biscuits are provided after dinner.
to bring up
Our school will try to raise money by selling scones baked by students.
being free from danger or harm
Always remember that the street is not safe for kids to play in.
something was done in a good way wells can provide safe water.