Grammar Galaxy-Book 2 (E)
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blond
light brown
The blond woman is my sister.
bright
having a very light and strong color
Do you remember their bright colors and their pointy tips?
class
a place for exercise
classes were offered to those living in Hull House and the house also had an art gallery, gym, bathhouse, and library.
compass
an instrument that has a needle that points to magnetic north
If you have a compass, you will always know which direction is north.
gym
a place for exercise
Classes were offered to those living in Hull House and the house also had an art gallery, gym, bathhouse, and library.
include
to take in or consider along with
Often these songs include lots of dancers in beautiful clothes.
Internet
global computer network
The internet allows me to do research much faster.
meat
the flesh of an animal that is eaten as food
The Ethiopian and the leopard needed meat to live.
popular
liked or enjoyed by many people
She was a very good and popular ruler.
specific
well defined and clearly stated
Some of us learned that specific emotions such as anger or crying are unacceptable.
break
to burst or become damaged
Try not to break the mirror.
common
not unusual
CDs are very common in department stores.
hug
to hold another in the arms
She learned that chimpanzees hug and tickle each other.
lend
to give something on condition that it be returned
Interest is a fee paid by a borrower of money to the lender of money and the interest is charged at a set rate.
reason
something which makes something happen
He gave no reason for why he was leaving home.
shoot
to send forth an object
Cupid caused people to fall in love by shooting them with arrows.
stay
to live somewhere for a short amount of time
I will stay with family until the term begins.
strike
to make a forceful contact
People become missing when disasters strike, such as during earthquakes.
swing
to move something in a back and forth motion
swing the bat hard when the ball comes.
teach
to give knowledge, information, or lessons in a school setting
Kayla’s mom teaches her how to grow a garden.
ability
the power and skill to do something
Midas asked Silenus for the ability to turn anything he touched into gold.
advice
an opinion about how to do something
My mom gives me advice when I have a problem.
during
at some time in the course of
Wilbur and Orville Wright were two American brothers born during the mid-nineteenth century.
mistake
something done or thought that is incorrect
He had already made two mistakes.
necessity
something needed or essential
They say that necessity is the mother of invention.
permission
an approval to do something
The teenager had to ask for permission to use his parents' car.
should
used to express what is the right or correct thing to do
You should study harder.
softly
in a gentle or quiet manner
He was singing softly to the baby.
theater
a building with a stage in it, on which plays and shows take place
Are you going to the theatre tonight?
without
not having or including something
Joe was heartbroken without Lassie and Lassie missed Joe too.
connect
to join two or more things or people together
Each sponsor connects with a child and sends money to help support the child.
describe
to give an account in words
The detectives asked the witness to describe the suspect.
exciting
casing great interest or excitement
She waited and waited for something exciting to happen.
noodle
a food in the form of long thin strips
noodles were first made in China.
pass
to succeed on a test or complete a class
If you don’t study hard, you won’t pass the test.
salty
containing or tasting like salt
The pasta is too salty.
sentence
a number of words forming a complete statement
It is hard to construct a good sentence.
spicy
hot and strongly flavored in taste
Are you looking for something spicy?
taste
to have a certain flavor
Pears taste good. They are yummy!
terrible
causing discomfort or stress
I have a terrible headache.
afraid
feeling fear
Captain Hook was also afraid of an alligator.
brave
being unafraid or courageous
brave soldiers never run away from the battle.
cheap
low in price
Eggs are cheap just now.
compare
to look closely in order to see what's similar or different
It is used to compare and contrast information.
handsome
(of men) good looking
Your father is handsome.
mine
the ones which belong to me
We have pet fish. His fish is blue and mine is red.
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."
smart
being wise and clever
That student is very smart.
snowy
marked by the presence of snow
It is snowy by our home.
ugly
being not nice to look at
Look at that ugly monster. It scares me.
almost
nearly but not quite
He almost hit me in the head with the baseball bat.
already
before a certain time
Tom had already taken his high school exit exam.
arrive
to come to a place where you want to stay
The train will arrive at 12:30.
beginning
start
We're going to France at the beginning of August.
done
past participle of "do"
What have I done to deserve such terrible treatment?
hard
with great effort, energy, and attention
I studied hard yesterday because of my English test.
honestly
with truth or sincerity
He answered all of the reporter's questions honestly.
later
happening after the current time
later, the boys discussed similarities between their favorite animals.
polite
showing good manners
It is not polite to beg for food. She is kind and polite.
soon
in very little time from now
soon Goldilocks goes to sleep.
after
later in time
He went home to Geppetto and lived happily ever after.
April
the fourth month of the year, the month following March
The center would open from april to June each year.
August
the eighth month of the year
The dentist set a due date of august 18th.
before
ahead of something
An object can only float if it displaces its weight in water before it’s covered by the water.
cold
an illness with running nose, coughing etc.
I have a cold.
during
at some time in the course of
Wilbur and Orville Wright were two American brothers born during the mid-nineteenth century.
have a cold
to be sick due to a cold
I can't go to school today because I have a cold.
midnight
the middle of the night, specifically 12 o'clock at night
It is very dark at midnight.
minute
sixty seconds and one sixtieth of an hour
Please give me ten minutes to get ready.
stay
to live somewhere for a short amount of time
I will stay with family until the term begins.
until
to the time of
I slept until noon last Saturday.
activities
something a person does to achieve a specific goal
The club provides a wide variety of activities.
amount
a quantity of something
We've had a huge amount of help from people.
choice
a thing chosen
You have the choice of eating steak or fish.
cost
the price of something
The registration was $15.00, and the cost of materials was $105.00
invite
to ask someone to come to a place or event
Mrs. Jones invited us into her home.
join
to become part of a team or group
Please join my family for dinner this Saturday.
limited
not high or great in number, amount
It is because there are limited sources of food and water in the desert.
score
number of points achieved in a game etc.
Jim scored 3 points in the finals.
share
to allow someone to use
Do you want to share a donut with me?
win
to gain something through a victory
One day, he won a horse in a contest.
beef
meat made from the flesh of a cow
There is a lot of beef in this stew.
cookbook
a book full of recipes for various meals and dishes
I bought my parents a new cookbook.
count
to check one by one
At the end of the day, the farmer counted the number of apples in each boy’s basket.
holiday
a period away from work or school, for rest
holidays are always exciting!
lake
a large area of water surrounded by land
We are having a picnic by the lake tomorrow.
mistake
something done or thought that is incorrect
He had already made two mistakes.
oil
a type of liquid that does not dissolve in water
Whale fat was also used for oil.
pear
a type of fruit
My favorite fruit is the pear.
store
a shop
That store with the yellow
tank
a container for holding liquid or gas
How full is the tank of water?
belong to
to be a part of or to regularly involved with some club, group, etc.
This house belongs to my mother.
broken
to be in pieces, fragmented
A broken heart cannot be fixed.
chopsticks
two sticks that are used for eating
Use your chopsticks.
gone
past participle of go
After lunch, all the pizza was gone.
holiday
a period away from work or school, for rest
holidays are always exciting!
land
to return to the ground
The house landed in Munchkin region.
point out
to indicate something; to highlight an idea
He always pointed out all of her mistakes.
question
something asked in order to get a reply
The man asks a lot of questions.
textbook
a book containing facts about a particular subject
Students were given their new textbooks.
understand
to know the meaning
Marcal was one of the first companies to understand the importance of saving trees.
afraid
feeling fear
Captain Hook was also afraid of an alligator.
boring
making tired and not interested
This game is boring.
capital
the chief town or seat of government
She went to the capital to meet the President.
correct
agreeing with fact or known truth
My teacher gave us a correct answer.
form
shape or configuration
One of the main forms of electricity is lightning.
hometown
the place where one grew up
My hometown is far from here.
homework
school work that teachers give pupils to do at home
Do you girls have homework to do?
noisy
making a loud noise
Dogs are really noisy.
save
to prevent the use of wasting money, time, energy etc.
I'll telephone to save me the time it takes to write an email.
weather
the temperature and other outside conditions
Climate change is a change in the earth’s weather over a long period of time.
after school
outside regular school hours
He is going to go shopping with his parents after school.
agree
to have the same opinion
When the father decided that the fencing master was the most skillful, the other brothers agreed.
fact
something that is true
This book has a lot of facts about Asia.
free time
spare time
His free time does not coincide with mine.
habit
something which a person does usually or regularly
Drinking soda is a terrible habit.
relax
to rest and enjoy oneself
Residents of settlement houses eat, learn, and relax together.
remember
to recall something using memory
Do you remember the first time you bought a new toy in a toy store?
routine
a regular, fixed way of doing things
Apply the same principle to all your routine activities.
shout
to say something in a loud way
The men began to shout at each other.
teach
to give knowledge, information, or lessons in a school setting
Kayla’s mom teaches her how to grow a garden.
a lot of
many of some thing or people
There are a lot of things to do today.
cartoon
a drawing making fun of someone or something
In Disney cartoons, the male characters are always strong.
choose
to make a choice between a number of things
He will choose pizza or a hamburger for lunch.
forget
to not remember something
How absent minded of you to forget the tent.
lie
to stay at rest
The answer lies in how achievable you think the goal is.
meet
to come upon
When the Trojans came out to meet Sinon, he told them a story.
on the phone
taking call
She's on the phone all day.
score
the points scored in a sporting event
The score of the game was 2-2.
tie
to bind with string or rope
Next, Don Quixote found a boy tied to a tree.
wait
to remain ready until something happens
He waits for the bus.
difference
a state or quality in which people or things are not like each other
There are many differences between people and squirrels.
favorite
most prized
Martha told Mary how Archibald’s wife had died of an accident in her favorite garden.
hate
to strongly dislike
I hate washing dishes. It is not fun.
healthy
(generally) having good health
I'm really a very healthy person.
rarely
in an infrequent manner
I rarely eat a large breakfast during the week.
schedule
a plan of things to do and their times
Let me tell you about my daily schedule.
science
the study of the natural world
He studied physical science in college and received an A.
smoke
to draw in and puff out the smoke from (a cigarette etc.)
I smoke about a pack of cigarettes a day.
thought
an idea or memory
I have many thoughts about how we can improve sales.
unhappy
being unfortunate or unlucky
I failed the test, so I am unhappy.
die
to stop living
My dog died last month.
expression
the act or process of expressing one's thoughts or feelings
This is an expression which means that they need to "get back to work."
future
time that is yet to come
The building looks like it came from the future.
grow up
to become an adult
In 1911, a girl was born who would grow up to excel in many sports.
island
land completely surrounded by water
Wetlands, mangrove forests, cypress forests, pine forests, and small islands also make up the area.
leader
a person who is in control of it or in charge of it
The leader of the expedition is a scientist.
lose
not to win
She lost the race.
pet
an animal that lives with people
The pet store is having a sale on cat food.
ready
being prepared to do something
You must be in a ready state when we are on a plane.
spend
to pass (time)
I spent a week in Spain this summer.
carry
to bring something from one place to another
For something to have a smell, a very tiny piece of it is carried into the air and into someone’s nose!
continue
to do something without stopping
How would you continue to learn while you waited for the flooding to subside?
double
being twice as big, great, or many as other things
She did double work yesterday. She's so tired today.
exercise
to do physical activity
I exercise in the gym every morning.
guess
to say what you think is likely or probable
I have a present for you. Can you guess what it is?
lock
to close something with a key
He had locked the door so no one could get inside.
score
number of points achieved in a game etc.
Jim scored 3 points in the finals.
step
to press down with the foot
But don’t step on a scorpion!
switch
to change, turn
We decided to switch the party from Friday to Saturday.
1
correct; not false
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