BigBook-Book 5 (E)
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college
a place of learning after high school
Jerusha was a good student but she did not have money to go to college.
confident
having a strong feeling of being right or certain
Jerusha grew so confident that she changed her first name to "Judy."
glimpse
a quick look
Jerusha saw a glimpse of the man as he was leaving the orphanage.
identity
the condition or aspects of a person
While at college, Jerusha spent many hours wondering about the man’s identity.
orphanage
a home for children without parents
Jerusha Abbot was a seventeen year-old American girl living in an orphanage.
overjoy
to feel great happiness
Jerusha was overjoyed.
perform
to carry out a certain activity
She performed well in her classes and she made many friends.
progress
movement toward a goal
Each month, Judy wrote a letter to the trustee, telling him of her progress at school.
receive
to have something given to one
Second, Jerusha was to write the man a letter once a month but she would never receive a letter in return.
refer
to direct attention to a certain person or thing
He seemed tall and thin, so Jerusha referred to him as "Daddy Long-Legs."
reveal
to make something known
It was only then that the man revealed that he was her Daddy Long Legs.
spend
to allow time to pass in a particular place
While at college, Jerusha spent many hours wondering about the man’s identity.
tell
to give information to someone
Each month, Judy wrote a letter to the trustee, telling him of her progress at school.
trustee
a person who supports something
One day, a trustee of the orphanage offered to pay for Jerusha to go to college to become a writer.
wonder
to show amazement or be curious
Carlos did not bring a pencil to class today. I wonder why.
across
from one side to the other
The Vikings sailed across the North Atlantic Ocean and settled in parts of England, Ireland, Iceland, and Greenland.
bravery
courage
The Vikings were also great warriors who were known for their strength and bravery.
contain
to hold
Scandinavia is the area of the world that contains countries like Sweden, Norway and Denmark.
explorer
a person who discovers new places
The Vikings were great explorers.
famous
known by the public for something
Two famous Viking explorers were Erik the Red, and Leif Ericson.
group
a number of persons considered as a unit
The Vikings were a powerful group of people who lived in Scandinavia between the 8th and 11th centuries.
helmet
a protective device worn on the head
They were also known to wear a helmet with horns on it.
historian
a person who studies history
historians have learned about the Vikings by reading ancient runestones.
reach
to arrive
Erik the Red was one of the first Europeans to reach Iceland and Greenland.
rock
a large mass of stone
A runestone is a large rock that has the language of the Vikings written on it.
sail
to travel over water
The Vikings sailed across the North Atlantic Ocean and settled in parts of England, Ireland, Iceland, and Greenland.
shield
a device used to protect the body
A Viking’s weapons were a shield and spear.
strength
power
The Vikings were also great warriors who were known for their strength and bravery.
travel
to move from place to place
They traveled overseas in long boats and spoke a language called Old Norse.
warrior
a person who fights in battles
The Vikings were also great warriors who were known for their strength and bravery.
add
to increase
The part is then sent down the assembly line and another worker adds a different piece.
apart
into parts or pieces
As a boy, Henry enjoyed taking apart machines to see how they worked.
automobile
a vehicle with four wheels
Henry became an engineer and he developed a love for automobiles.
biggest
having the largest amount or size
It’s one of the biggest car companies in the world and it was started by a man named Henry Ford.
engineer
a person skilled in building engines and machines
Henry became an engineer and he developed a love for automobiles.
enjoy
to like something
As a boy, Henry enjoyed taking apart machines to see how they worked.
expensive
cost a large amount of money
These cars were expensive.
hear
to sense something using the ear
Have you heard of Ford Motor Company?
invent
to create a new idea or product
Henry Ford did not invent the automobile, but he did invent a way to make lots of automobiles very quickly.
machine
an object used for work made up of different parts
As a boy, Henry enjoyed taking apart machines to see how they worked.
price
cost of something
By developing the assembly line, Henry discovered a way to make lots of cars at a cheaper price.
producer
a person who makes something
The company grew to become one of the largest car producers in the world.
responsible
in charge
On an assembly line, a person is responsible for making one part of the car.
send
to transmit
The part is then sent down the assembly line and another worker adds a different piece.
state
a territory of a country
Henry Ford was born in 1863 in the American state of Michigan.
bake
to cook something in an oven
Maria decided to have a birthday party so she baked a cake and invited three of her closest friends.
birthday
the day of one's birth
Maria decided to have a birthday party so she baked a cake and invited three of her closest friends.
cake
a sweet, bread-like food
Maria decided to have a birthday party so she baked a cake and invited three of her closest friends.
closest
nearest to someone or something
Maria decided to have a birthday party so she baked a cake and invited three of her closest friends.
cut
to divide using a sharp instrument
So, if no other friends arrived, Maria would cut the cake in two pieces.
equal
the same as
Maria wanted everyone to have an equal share of cake.
friend
a person who you like and enjoy being with
Maria told her friends the party would begin at 2 pm.
invite
to ask someone to come to a place or event
Mrs. Jones invited us into her home.
knock
a loud sound made with a fist that strikes a hard surface repeatedly
Then there was a knock on the door!
party
celebration
Maria decided to have a birthday party so she baked a cake and invited three of her closest friends.
perhaps
maybe
Maria looked at her cake and thought perhaps she would have to eat it all herself.
quarter
one of four equal parts
All four quarters added together equaled one cake and it was quickly eaten!
suddenly
without a warning
But suddenly, Larry arrived!
together
into one group
All four quarters added together equaled one cake and it was quickly eaten!
wait
to remain ready until something happens
He waits for the bus.
build
to assemble something
One day, the boys decided to each build a ramp so his turtle could walk uphill and downhill.
exercise
to move the body
Bill, Jim, and Sam each owned a turtle and they exercised the turtles in a flat field.
flat
level
Bill, Jim, and Sam each owned a turtle and they exercised the turtles in a flat field.
high
taller than usual
So, Jim’s turtle climbed slower and higher.
hill
an area of sloping ground on a road
I wonder what is at the top of that hill.
inside
on the inner part
All three angles inside the triangle always add up to 180 degrees.
long
extending far
Two sides of Bill’s ramp were long and one was short.
own
to possess something
Bill, Jim, and Sam each owned a turtle and they exercised the turtles in a flat field.
ramp
a walkway with a slope
One day, the boys decided to each build a ramp so his turtle could walk uphill and downhill.
resemble
to look like something
What shape resembled a hill?
short
not long
This tree is short. It does not grow tall.
side
one boundary of something
The boys decided it was a triangle, which is a shape with three sides and three angles.
slow
moving with less than usual speed
The snail is a slow animal.
steep
having a high slope
This made Jim’s ramp steeper than Bill’s ramp.
turtle
a reptile with a hard shell
Bill, Jim, and Sam each owned a turtle and they exercised the turtles in a flat field.
during
at some time in the course of
Wilbur and Orville Wright were two American brothers born during the mid-nineteenth century.
finish
to complete
Wilbur and Orville did not finish high school.
glider
an aircraft that does not have a motor
One day, the brothers read an article about a man who had flown using a glider.
helicopter
an aircraft with rotating blades
One day, their father gave them a toy helicopter as a gift.
hockey
a game against two teams played on ice
Wilbur knocked out his front teeth while playing a game of hockey.
injury
harm or damage
The injury made Wilbur shy.
interest
to get someone's attention
The boys loved the toy and it made them interested in flying.
launch
to send something into the air
In 1903, the Wright Brothers successfully launched, flew, and landed their airplane.
paper
a substance for writing on made from wood
The helicopter was made out of paper, wood, a cork, and a rubber band.
repair
something that you do to fix a thing
The Wright Brothers also owned a bicycle repair shop.
rubber band
a rubber loop used for holding things together
The helicopter was made out of paper, wood, a cork, and a rubber band.
shy
timid
The injury made Wilbur shy.
teeth
jaw pieces used for chewing
Wilbur knocked out his front teeth while playing a game of hockey.
wing
a part of an airplane that lifts and holds it in the sky
They made wings that could lift the airplane into the air, they created a way to power the airplane, and they made ways to control the airplane
alcohol
a liquid made from fermented grains
Some also believe Billy was a heavy drinker of alcoholic beverages.
beverage
a drinkable liquid
Some also believe Billy was a heavy drinker of alcoholic beverages.
claim
to state something
Another myth claims Billy the Kid killed a man for every year of his life.
close
nearby
Billy’s close friends also do not remember him drinking many alcoholic beverages at all.
fact
something that is true
Some of the stories are myths and some are facts.
friendly
kind
The fact is, Billy the Kid was known to be quite friendly and likeable.
frontier
the furthest boundaries of a country
Billy the Kid was a famous outlaw and gunfighter of the American frontier.
kill
to cause something to die
Another myth claims Billy the Kid killed a man for every year of his life.
mean
nasty
Some believe Billy was mean and easily angered.
most
nearly all of the people or things
Billy killed most of the men when he fought during the Lincoln County War.
myth
a made-up story
Some of the stories are myths and some are facts.
outlaw
a criminal on the run
Billy the Kid was a famous outlaw and gunfighter of the American frontier.
sheriff
a person of the law
However, the truth is Billy was shot and killed when he was 21 years old, by sheriff Pat Garrett.
temper
a state of being angry
One myth is that Billy the Kid had a big temper.
busy
full of activity
Scientists have been busy studying climate change.
currently
at this moment
currently, the earth’s temperature is slowly rising and it’s causing a climate change.
decrease
to become smaller
One way to fight climate change is to decrease greenhouse gases.
effect
the result of something
They are starting to see some of its effects.
final
last
A final way to slow climate change is to put less garbage into landfills.
garbage
something thrown away
A final way to slow climate change is to put less garbage into landfills.
glacier
a very large area of ice
For example, the warmer temperatures are causing the glaciers and ice caps to melt.
harmful
damaging
For instance, driving a car sends out harmful gases.
increase
the act of becoming larger
The earth’s temperature is rising because of an increase in greenhouse gases.
landfill
an area of land where trash is buried
A final way to slow climate change is to put less garbage into landfills.
packaging
a bundle of something
Buying products with less plastic packaging is another good way to fight climate change.
topic
something that people talk or write about
Climate change is a popular topic in the news today.
trap
to capture
These hot gases get trapped in the atmosphere and so the temperature rises.
violent
intense in force
Another effect of climate change is an increase in violent weather.
weather
the temperature and other outside conditions
Climate change is a change in the earth’s weather over a long period of time.
adapt
to adjust to the surroundings
Certain animals adapt to life in very hot places, very cold places, and even in places without water.
condition
a state of being
Do you wonder how some animals can survive in extreme conditions?
extreme
farthest away from ordinary
Do you wonder how some animals can survive in extreme conditions?
freeze
to form into ice
It does this by freezing itself during winter!
hop
to make a short jump
The frog stays frozen during winter and then hops to life in spring!
magma
hot material from inside the earth
Thermophiles live in pools of water that are heated by hot magma.
microscopic
so small it can only be seen using a microscope
The tardigrade is a microscopic animal that looks like a tiny bear.
place
a particular space or area
Certain animals adapt to life in very hot places, very cold places, and even in places without water.
pool
a small body of water
Thermophiles live in pools of water that are heated by hot magma.
roll
to make something into the shape of a ball
A tardigrade also rolls itself into a ball when there’s no water.
spring
the season between winter and summer
The frog stays frozen during winter and then hops to life in spring!
tiny
very small
The tardigrade is a microscopic animal that looks like a tiny bear.
volcano
a place in the earth's crust where lava flows out
A thermophile is an organism that lives inside volcanoes.
winter
the cold season between autumn and spring
It does this by freezing itself during winter!
addition
the process of uniting numbers into one sum
He created an iphone app that allows kids to practice doing addition and subtraction math problems.
category
division
A popular category of apps include those used for entertaining and educating kids.
cool
neat
Creating apps is pretty cool!
device
a thing made for a certain purpose
These mobile phone devices are very popular in today’s culture.
educate
to teach by instruction
A popular category of apps include those used for entertaining and educating kids.
expert
someone knowledgeable in his or her field
Some technology experts spend their work day developing new and exciting children’s apps.
feature
a characteristic of something
An iphone has many interesting features.
math
subject that deals with numbers
The boy is good at math.
mobile
able to be moved
These mobile phone devices are very popular in today’s culture.
pretty
very
Creating an application is pretty cool!
software
programs used to direct computers
This term stands for application and it refers to a software program that can be added to the iphone.
stand for
to represent
This term stands for application and it refers to a software program that can be added to the iphone.
subtraction
the process of finding the difference between numbers
He created an iphone app that allow kids to practice addition and subtraction.
technology
the use of science in solving problems
Some technology experts spend their work day developing new and exciting children’s apps.
term
a word used to describe something
This term stands for application and it refers to a software program that can be added to the iphone.
business
the making, buying, and selling of goods and services
In March 2007, more than two million people in Sydney, Australia, turned off the lights in their businesses and homes for one hour.
drive
to cause the movement of a vehicle
Millions of cars are driven every day.
fuel
matter used to create power
This large need for fuel means the Earth’s energy sources are quickly decreasing.
globe
planet Earth
Soon, news of the event spread across the entire globe.
inform
to give knowledge
So, some people have joined together to inform others and to decrease energy use.
join
to bring together
So, some people have joined together to inform others and to decrease energy use.
know
to understand something
The event became known as Earth Hour.
participate
to take part in something
The next year, more than 50 million people across 35 countries participated in Earth Hour.
positive
emphasizing the good parts
Children and adults also vow to make other positive changes to protect the environment.
problem
something that is difficult to deal with
The problem is growing at a fast rate.
promise
a statement saying you will or will not do a thing
For example, some people make a promise to recycle plastics.
rate
a set speed
The problem is growing at a fast rate.
recycle
to reuse something
For example, some people make a promise to recycle plastics.
vow
to make a commitment to something
Children and adults also vow to make other positive changes to protect the environment.
waste
to consume something
Still more people try to reduce the amount of water they waste.
announce
to make something known in public
The death of the King of England was announced as Arthur’s brother was preparing for knighthood.
badger
a small, furry animal that digs into the earth
Arthur experienced life as an ant, fish, bird, and badger.
bring
to carry something to another person or place
Kay could not remove the sword and he confessed it was Arthur who’d brought it to him.
castle
a large home for a prince or lord
Arthur lived in a castle in Medieval England with his father, and older brother, Kay.
competition
a contest to win a prize
Arthur went to London to help Kay prepare for the competition between knights.
confess
to admit to a lie
Kay could not remove the sword and he confessed it was Arthur who’d brought it to him.
cottage
a small house usually located near a lake, forest, or mountain
He found the cottage of the magician, Merlyn.
falcon
a bird of prey with a hooked beak and pointed wings
One day, Arthur followed a falcon into a forest.
grateful
feeling deeply thankful for a kindness
Arthur’s father was grateful and Merlyn became the boys’ tutor.
instruct
to give orders
Kay discovered he’d forgotten his sword and he instructed Arthur to find another.
magician
a person who can do magic
He found the cottage of the magician, Merlyn.
Medieval
relating to the Middle Ages
Arthur lived in a castle in medieval England with his father, and older brother, Kay.
remove
to move something from a certain place
The announcement said the next king would be the one who could remove the sword from a stone in the city of London.
teach
to give someone an education
Merlyn taught Arthur lessons about life by turning Arthur into different animals.
tutor
a person who teaches a student in private
Arthur’s father was grateful and Merlyn became the boys’ tutor.
bright
having a very light and strong color
Do you remember their bright colors and their pointy tips?
hard
very firm or solid
Finally, the molds are covered in cold water to allow the wax to become hard.
impression
a mark left by pressing something
This type of artwork makes flat and colorful impressions.
layer
a thickness of something spread over a surface
For instance, crayons can be melted and pressed between layers of wax paper.
melt
to become a liquid by applying heat
To make a crayon, first paraffin is melted at a temperature of 143 degrees Fahrenheit.
mold
a hollow form into which a liquid is poured
Next, the hot mixture is poured into molds shaped like crayons.
pointy
having a sharp point
Do you remember their bright colors and their pointy tips?
pour
to send a liquid falling from a container
Next, the hot mixture is poured into molds shaped like crayons.
powder
a solid substance ground into tiny pieces
Once melted, a special powder is added to the melted wax.
press
to apply weight to something
Paraffin is also used because it leaves behind enough color when pressed onto paper.
recall
to remember something from the past
Do you recall your very first box of crayons?
safe
free from harm
So, it’s safe for kids to use.
tip
the pointed end of something
Do you remember their bright colors and their pointy tips?
variety
a number of different things
Crayons are one of the most popular drawing instruments for children and they come in a variety of colors.
wax
a hard substance that becomes soft when it is heated
Crayons are mostly made of a wax called paraffin.
ability
the power and skill to do something
Midas asked Silenus for the ability to turn anything he touched into gold.
cause
to bring about
Midas was excited about his ability but he soon realized that it could also cause problems.
desperate
having an urgent need or desire
Now, as always, cities are desperate to create the impression that they lie at the center of something or other.
excited
full of emotion
resident’s speech.
goat
a small animal that is related to sheep
A satyr is a creature who is part man and part goat, and Silenus was brought to King Midas.
grow
to become
Soon, he grew weak from hunger.
immediately
doing something now
Midas immediately tested his ability.
kindness
an act of being good to another
Silenus was grateful for Midas’ kindness and he offered to give the king one wish.
kingdom
land ruled by a king or queen
One day, a satyr named Silenus was found sleeping in Midas’ kingdom.
order
to give a command
Midas knew Silenus was a satyr of the god, Dionysus, and he ordered the satyr’s release.
release
a freeing of something from prison
Midas knew Silenus was a satyr of the god, Dionysus, and he ordered the satyr’s release.
starve
to die from not having enough food
starving and desperate, Midas asked for his power to be removed.
stool
a seat with no back or arms
Next, he touched a stool, and it also turned into gold.
unable
not having enough power, skill or knowledge to do something
When Midas touched his food, it turned into gold and Midas was unable to eat.
weak
not strong
I'm weak but my father is strong.
allow
to permit something to happen
The magic waters of the river allowed a person to live forever.
armor
protective clothing worn by soldiers
Achilles’ friend, Patroclus, decided to wear Achilles’ armor into battle and he was killed.
arrow
a weapon with a long shaft and sharpened point
However, Achilles’ heel was hit by an arrow.
choice
an option
Achilles had two choices.
decide
to make a choice
Achilles decided to fight for Greece.
dip
to place something in a liquid for a moment
When Achilles was a boy, his mother dipped him into the River Styx.
force
to be made to do something
After one battle, Achilles was forced to give a beautiful woman to the Greek eader, Agamemnon.
heel
the back part of a foot
All of Achilles’ body was protected, except for the place where his mother held him, which was by his heel.
hold
to have something in your hand, arms
The lady is holding a bottle of water.
peaceful
quiet and calm
He could live a long and peaceful life, or he could choose to become a great warrior but die young.
protect
to guard something
All of Achilles’ body was protected, except for the place where his mother held him, which was by his heel.
refuse
to say no to something
Achilles was angry at losing the woman and he refused to fight in anymore battles.
warrior
a soldier or fighter
He could live a long and peaceful life, or he could choose to become a great warrior but die young.
wear
to carry on the body
Achilles’ friend, Patroclus, decided to wear Achilles’ armor into battle and he was killed.
wound
an injury
The wound to his heel killed Achilles because it was the place on his body that had not been protected by the magical waters of the River Styx.
although
even if
although both objects weigh the same, the small and round object will sink and the flat and wide object will float.
before
ahead of something
An object can only float if it displaces its weight in water before it’s covered by the water.
bottom
the lowest part of something
What does the bottom of a ship look like?
cover
to extend over something
An object can only float if it displaces its weight in water before it’s covered by the water.
displace
to make something move
The weight of the ship pushes down on the water and it causes some water to be displaced.
ever
at any time
Have you ever wondered how a ship can float without sinking?
float
to rest on the surface of a liquid
Have you ever wondered how a ship can float without sinking?
imagine
to think about something
imagine a ship on the ocean.
round
in the shape of a circle
Both objects weigh the same but one is small and round and the other is flat and wide.
ship
a large boat
Have you ever wondered how a ship can float without sinking?
sink
to fall below a surface
Have you ever wondered how a ship can float without sinking?
spread
to stretch
The reason for this is because the surface of the small and round object is not spread out over the water.
surface
the outside of something
The reason for this is because the surface of the small and round object is not spread out over the water.
weight
the amount of heaviness of an object
The weight of the ship pushes down on the water and it causes some water to be displaced.
wide
very long from side to side
Both objects weigh the same but one is small and round and the other is flat and wide.
alphabet
the letters in a language
The storm was called Katrina because it was the eleventh storm of the season and "K" is the eleventh letter in the alphabet.
beginning
starting
The first hurricane of the season is given a boy or girl name beginning with the letter "A."
create
to cause something to be made
Hurricanes form over the ocean and create strong winds and heavy rain.
develop
to make something new
Because so many storms happen during these times, scientists developed a system to keep track of them.
experience
to feel or undergo something
In 1989, the Caribbean Islands experienced a storm called Hurricane Hugo.
form
to produce or make
Hurricanes form over the ocean and create strong winds and heavy rain.
heavy
having great weight
Hurricanes form over the ocean and create strong winds and heavy rain.
hurricane
a strong storm that begins over an ocean
Some of the world’s most powerful storms are hurricanes or typhoons.
instead
in place of something
However, they are usually named after flowers, animals, and other objects instead of people.
keep track
to follow
Because so many storms happen during these times, scientists developed a system to keep track of them.
powerful
having great force
Some of the world’s most powerful storms are hurricanes or typhoons.
season
a period of time during the year
The first hurricane of the season is given a boy or girl name beginning with the letter "A."
series
a group of similar things or events
Some parts of the world experience a series of hurricanes each year.
storm
a heavy fall of rain, snow, or hail
Some of the world’s most powerful storms are hurricanes or typhoons.
system
a way to do something
Because so many storms happen during these times, scientists developed a system to keep track of them.
activity
forceful or energetic action
One good thing about living in a nuclear family is it’s easier to plan an activity.
additionally
more
additionally, children can learn morals from their grandparents.
aunt
the sister of one's mother or father
This type of family may include grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins.
bond
something that holds one person to another
Children in a nuclear family also have fewer chances to form strong bonds with grandparents.
chance
possibility
A good thing about living in an extended family is there’s less chance to feel lonely.
cousin
the son or daughter of an aunt or uncle
This type of family may include grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins.
dislike
a feeling of not enjoying something
You may each have different likes and dislikes.
fewer
a smaller amount
Another good point is it’s easier to share food and space with fewer people.
likely
probably going to happen
But, you are less likely to share the same ideas and interests with the people in your nuclear family.
lonely
feeling sadness because one is alone
A good thing about living in an extended family is there’s less chance to feel lonely.
moral
a rule that shows right or wrong
Additionally, children can learn morals from their grandparents.
share
to divide between two or more people
Another good point is it’s easier to share food and space with fewer people.
sibling
a brother or sister
Do you live in a nuclear family, with just your parents and siblings?
support
to serve or hold
But, it takes more money to support all the people in an extended family.
uncle
the brother of one's mother or father
This type of family may include grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins.
act
to perform
Although you probably did not know it then, you were acting as a consumer.
best
of the greatest quality
This is so the provider can make the best product for the most people.
between
linking or connecting
The relationship between the consumer and the provider is very important.
demand
a strong requirement
Without demand from the consumer, a provider cannot make money!
desire
a want
The V sign shows a desire for victory.
exist
to be
This is because a provider cannot exist without a consumer.
important
mattering a lot
The relationship between the consumer and the provider is very important.
pay
to give money for something
Once you selected your toy, do you remember paying the store owner for it?
probably
likely
Although you probably did not know it then, you were acting as a consumer.
relationship
a connection
The relationship between the consumer and the provider is very important.
remember
to recall something using memory
Do you remember the first time you bought a new toy in a toy store?
rest
the remaining part
This is a person or company that creates something to be bought by the rest of society.
select
to choose
Once you selected your toy, do you remember paying the store owner for it?
society
a group of people who live as a community
A consumer is a person who buys and uses products that are made in a society.
toy
a plaything
Do you remember the first time you bought a new toy in a toy store?
area
a section within a larger place
These people move in order to find new grazing areas for their animals.
constant
not changing
But there are others who constantly move from place to place.
cow
a large mammal used for meat and milk
Other groups of nomads own herds of animals like cows or goats.
desert
a dry place with little or no rain
For example, many people who live in deserts are nomads.
eat
to take in through the mouth
So, desert nomads move across the hot sands looking for fresh drinking water and animals to eat.
example
a sample of something
For example, many people who live in deserts are nomads.
fresh
not stale
So, desert nomads move across the hot sands looking for fresh drinking water and animals to eat.
graze
to eat grass
These people move in order to find new grazing areas for their animals.
guess
to have an opinion
Can you guess why?
herd
a group of animals kept together
Other groups of nomads own herds of animals like cows or goats.
limited
not high or great in number, amount
It is because there are limited sources of food and water in the desert.
pasture
a large area of grass used to feed animals
The nomads rest in one place while their animals eat grasses in new pastures.
remain
to continue in the same place without moving
In fact, some people remain in the same house for much of their lives.
settle
to stay
Nomads do not settle in any one place.
week
a time of seven days in a row
They never rest in one place for more than a few days or weeks and their home is constantly changing.
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