Basic Reading 400 Key Words-Book 3 (E)
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gloves
handwear to cover the hands
Put these gloves on, please.
helmet
a hard hat to protect the head
Put this helmet on, please.
know
to have learned information about something
Now I know I will be safe!
please
to act to the pleasure or satisfaction of
Put these gloves on, please.
put on
direct; produce
Put this helmet on, please.
safe
being free from danger or harm
I put them on to be safe.
glasses
glasses
He wears glasses.
kitchen
a room where food is cooked
They’re not in the kitchen.
listen
listen
I try to say. But she doesn’t listen.
purse
A purse is a bag where women keep money, makeup and keys.
They’re not in my purse
top
the uppermost part
They’re on top of your head.
try
to attempt to do something
I try to say. But she doesn’t listen.
camp
a piece of ground with tents pitched on it.
Every summer, I go to camp.
family
a group of people who are related to each other
They are Julia and her family.
meet
to come upon
This year, I meet Julia at camp.
month
a period of time lasting about 30 days
One month after camp, we get new neighbors.
nice
being enjoyable, pleasing or satisfying
What a nice surprise!
surprise
to come upon or discover suddenly and unexpectedly
What a nice surprise!
butter
the fatty part of milk used as a spread
butter can come from milk.
cheese
cheese
cheese can come from milk.
grapes
a small green or purple fruit that grows in bunches on a vine
Juice can come from grapes.
jam
a thick, sweet substance that is a combination of boiled fruit and sugar which is eaten along with bread
jam can come from grapes.
milk
the white liquid produced by cows
Butter can come from milk.
things
물건들
Many things can come from one thing.
bite
to seize, grasp or tear (something) with the teeth or jaws
The bug bites the nose.
dig
to make a hole in the ground
The dog digs a hole in the ground.
fast
To fast means to go without food or drink for a period of time.
Fast bugs fly very fast!
loud
producing or causing a large amount of noise
Loud bugs cry very loud!
sting
to wound using a sharp point
Some bugs sting.
1
real
learn
to gain knowledge or skill (in)
We learn a lot.
make
to produce something
He makes a pizza.
night
the part of the day without sunlight
In our van, we camp all night.
people
individual or particular human beings
We meet many new people.
travel
the act of travelling
We travel far.
van
A van is a vehicle that is used for carrying things but is smaller than a truck.
In our van, we drive all day.
deaf
unable to hear
My sister is deaf.
feel
to sense something
She feels the sounds.
hear
to sense something using the ear
Blob likes what he hears.
lips
입술
She watches my lips.
sound
to make a sound
She doesn’t hear sounds.
understand
to see or know the meaning of something
She watches my lips. And she understands.
exciting
making someone so interested that they can feel it in their body
He tells exciting stories.
funny
amusing; making one laugh
He tells funny stories.
scary
causing fright or fear
He tells scary stories.
story
the set of rooms on the same level of a building
Nate likes telling stories.
tell
to announce or proclaim
"It’s time for bed!" he tells him.
truth
something that is a fact; something matching reality
But to his mom, he tells the truth.
bear
a member of a group of large, heavy animals that has thick fur and sharp claws and eats a variety of plants and other animals
I see a bear in the mountains!
desert
an area of land without many plants or water
I see sand in the desert!
forest
Circle the
I see trees in the forest!
help
to do something with or for someone that he cannot do alone, or that he will find useful
When you help me, I say, "Thank you!"
mountain
a section of land above ground that is higher than a hill
I see a bear in the mountains!
sand
the very tiny pieces of rock that create a beach
I see sand in the desert!
chips
chips
I like some potato chips.
cookie
a sweet, thin, baked food made from flour and sugar
Stacy bakes some really yummy cookies.
delicious
extremely good tasting
I love chocolate cake. I think it is delicious.
different
not the same; other
My lunch is different today.
pear
a type of fruit
My favorite fruit is the pear.
thank
to express a feeling of being grateful to someone or something
When you help me, I say, "Thank you!"
eat
to consume something
I couldn't eat chocolate, I alreday had too much.
guitar
guitar
Bob plays the guitar.
hear
to sense something using the ear
Blob likes what he hears.
teach
to give someone an education
My mom teaches me how to paint.
watch
watch
Sue is watching TV.
yard
the ground just outside of a person's house
He sings and plays the guitar in his yard.
alligator
a large reptile with a big mouth
An alligator swims in the water.
catch
to take and hold something
It can’t catch the bird.
snap
To snap something means to break it suddenly, which causes a loud noise.
The big fish snaps at the small fish.
stand
to stay; to not change
A bird stands in the water.
swim
to move through water
A bug swims in the water.
water
the clear liquid for drinking or cleaning
A bug swims in the water.
bake
to cook in an oven
We bake cookies together.
neighbor
a person who lives near you
Mrs. Jones is my neighbor.
nice
being enjoyable, pleasing or satisfying
What a nice surprise!
skateboard
a short board with small wheels on which a person can stand and ride as a sport.
We skateboard together.
tennis
a game in which two or four players hit a ball back and forth across a net
We play tennis together.
walk
to move on foot with someone or something
We walk her dog, Fifi, together.
boots
boots
Put on boots. We will walk.
camera
a device used for taking photographs or making video recordings
Bring a camera. You can take photos with your friends.
rain
water that gathers in clouds then falls as drops; the type of weather characterized by the falling of those drops
Bring a raincoat. It might rain.
raincoat
a waterproof coat
Bring a raincoat. It might rain.
shorts
short trousers for men or women.
Put on shorts. It will be warm.
trip
to stumble
Tomorrow is the school trip!
excuse
a reason given for doing something bad or not doing something you should have done
When I want to talk, I say, "Excuse me!"
help
to do something with or for someone that he cannot do alone, or that he will find useful
When you help me, I say, "Thank you!"
mistake
something you do wrong
When I make a mistake, I say, "Sorry!"
sorry
feeling or showing sympathy or regret about something that one did or something that occurred
When I make a mistake, I say, "Sorry!"
talk
to have something as a topic of a talk
When I want to talk, I say, "Excuse me!"
thank
to express a feeling of being grateful to someone or something
When you help me, I say, "Thank you!"
boots
boots
Put on boots. We will walk.
long
measuring a great distance from one end to the other
Frogs have long back legs.
medium
a means of doing or expressing something
Long socks, medium socks, and short socks!
pants
(American) trousers.
The boy is wearing pants.
short
not long
My father is tall but I'm short.
skirt
the part of a garment, such as a dress or coat, that hangs freely from the waist down
The gril is wearing skirt.
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