Listening Express-Book 3 (E)
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bite
to cut or tear with the teeth
Have a bite of my cake.
carry
to take or support from one place to another
The mother carried the child when the child fell asleep.
cause
to make something happen
The wind caused the papers to blow away.
crawl
to move along the ground slowly
They watched the caterpillar crawl on the twigs.
furry
having a lot of hair or fur
I don’t like furry boots.
harmless
not causing harm or hurting anything or anyone
It may look dangerous, but it's a harmless animal.
important
having great meaning or influence
He is going to make an important decision.
insect
a small six-legged animal
My favorite insect is the lady beetle.
interesting
making someone feel excited or pay attention
The meeting this morning was not very interesting.
ladybug
a small red insect with black spots
Ladybugs might be the most beautiful insects.
land
to arrive on the ground
We were all waiting for the airplane to land.
pest
a destructive insect or animal that attacks crops or food
The farmer built a fence to protect the garden from pests.
quickly
in a very fast way
The dog ran quickly after the rabbit.
sting
to prick and wound
The bee stung the boy.
trouble
a bad or difficult time
The trouble from the protesters is getting out of control.
amazing
surprising in a pleasing way
The firework show was amazing.
ancient
very, very old
ancient Greek must have been a beautiful language.
artwork
a piece or pieces of art
This artwork shows a very bad attitude toward the president.
be filled with
to have or include a lot of
The glass is filled with water.
belong
to be owned by, connected to, or associated with
Deseada is a small island which belongs to the Lesser Antilles.
culture
the beliefs, practices, and way of life of a group of people
In my job I meet people from many different cultures.
dinosaur
one of a group of reptiles that lived millions of years ago
When you were a kid, which dinosaur was your favorite?
everywhere
in, at, or to each and every place
I looked everywhere for my lost toy.
exhibit
one or many objects put in a public place for people to see
The art exhibit will be in town for the entire month of July.
hall
a long narrow space that leads from one part of a house or building to another
Go down the hall to the kitchen and get me a drink.
impressive
making people feel a strong, good feeling
The Grand Canyon is an impressive sight to see.
perhaps
maybe; possibly
perhaps this evaluation is groundless.
tomb
a grave or other place of burial
Lord Carnarvon paid for scientists to explore the tomb.
treasure
something very valuable
One man's rubbish is another man's treasure.
wonder
to desire to know something
She wondered when he would ask her to come.
alien
a creature from another world
An alien comes from another planet.
astronaut
a person who travels in space
Buzz Aldrin was an astronaut who walked on the moon.
attend
to go to, especially as a student or audience member
Where did you attend high school?
believe
to accept or think of something as true
I do not believe anything you just said right now.
exist
to be real
Do ghosts really exist?
faraway
very far away in space or time
Yellowstone National park is a faraway place from our house.
frontier
the limit of what is known or has been explored
Space is one of the frontiers of science.
planet
a massive round object in space which moves around a star
What is the closest planet to Earth?
possible
being able to be done or achieved
It is not possible to live without sleeping.
spaceship
a rocket or vehicle that can fly through space
The first American spaceship to land on the moon was called the Eagle, from Apollo 11.
take off
to leave the ground and begin to fly
The scariest moment during a flight is the take-off.
telescope
a tube-shaped device used to view objects at a great distance
I see him every day through my telescope on the roof.
topic
subject; contents; theme of a discussion or piece of writing
Sometimes it is hard to choose a topic to write about.
universe
everything on the Earth and in outer space
We explore the universe by observing it with all kinds of telescopes.
volcano
a mountain that can erupt, letting out hot gases and rock
Hot lava is flowing down the side of the volcano.
ashamed
feeling guilt and regret
The buyers in Paris were very ashamed and did not call the police.
assignment
a piece of homework
Her assignment in history class was to read chapters 6 and 7.
compare
to consider two things in order to see what is similar or different about them
I carefully compared the first report with the second.
confident
believing ones ability or talent
He is confident that he could do her job.
different
not the same
We are brothers, but we are very different.
doubt
to be uncertain about something
I doubt that he will be able to finish all his homework tonight.
fantastic
extremely good
That ice cream tasted fantastic!
introduce
to present for the first time
The first lecture introduces students to the main topics of the course.
make a mistake
to do something in the wrong way or not the way intended
Explain well, because I don't want to make a mistake.
personality
the parts of a person's character that make them different
I really like your personality.
self-esteem
how you feel about yourself and your abilities
All the compliments she received raised her self-esteem.
shy
feeling nervous or scared around people
The girl was so shy she couldn’t talk.
similar
alike in many ways
Kristen and Cassie have similar looking eyes.
special
different from other things in a good way
This weekend, they have some special plans.
speech
a long period of talking by one person, often in front of an audience
The woman answered a lot of questions during her speech.
battery
something you put inside a machine to give it power
My cell phone battery is getting old, so it doesn't work well.
broken
no longer working as it should
The refrigerator seems to be broken - it's not cold inside.
build
to make something by putting separate parts together
I want to build a skyscraper!
enter
to become a competitor in a contest
How many people entered the competition?
fix
to repair something
My dad is going to fix my computer.
invention
the process of creating a new device or idea
The computer is a useful invention.
machine
a thing with moving parts that uses power to do work
Edison invented many machines that are useful for us.
object
a thing or item
Gravity is the natural force that holds objects to the Earth.
part
small pieces that make up something bigger
A car has many large and small parts.
power
the energy that something needs to do things
The power of the earthquake was devastating.
robot
a humanlike machine that can often do basic human tasks
Some believe that robots will take a lot of people's jobs.
suggestion
a tip; a piece of advice
His suggestion helped me do better work.
tool
device for doing work
The man used the tools to fix the computer.
whole
all of a thing; entire
They ate the whole cake in about fifteen minutes.
work
to function
How does a nuclear chain-reaction work?
cover
to form a layer over something
Mom covered the food so flies won't touch them.
effect
the result of a particular influence
His speech had no effect on the crowd.
flat
even and smooth
We must build the basketball court on flat ground.
garbage
waste material that has been thrown out
We must put all the garbage in plastic bags.
litter
to put garbage in a place where it shouldn't be
The floor was littered with papers.
nature
the outside world, often not including humans or their actions
He likes to spend time camping. He loves nature.
negative
bad; not good or positive
The most negative problem of the program is its high cost.
notice
to observe; to become aware of something
I noticed that she was wearing a new dress.
pollution
dirty things or bad chemicals put into the environment
Cars are the main cause of air pollution.
recycle
to send used things to be turned into new materials
Did you recycle the trash?
reduce
to make something smaller in size, amount, or level
She wants him to reduce the amount of time he spends talking.
safe
being free from danger or harm
It’s not safe to ride a bicycle at night.
separate
to put things away from each other
separate the students into four groups.
trash can
a place, often metal or plastic, where garbage is put
Don't forget to empty the trash cans.
useful
having one or many uses or benefits
The Internet is very useful for finding information quickly.
bandage
something you use to cover a cut or hurt body part
Put the bandage on the man's arm.
blood
the red liquid that is inside humans and many animals
There is blood coming from your nose.
cast
a covering that supports a body part as it covers from an injury
Jimmy had to get a cast on his arm when he broke it.
cut
the result of an act of cutting
After the knife touched him, he had a cut.
delicious
extremely good tasting
The food here is delicious.
disagree
to have a different opinion about something
Nobody could disagree with him.
fall down
to fall to the ground
The fat rain drops fell down on the thirsty desert.
fever
a high body temperature caused by illness
My forehead is hot with the fever.
fluid
a liquid that flows smoothly, such as water
There is a lot of fluid in this cup.
hospital
a building where people who are ill or injured are given treatment
He broke his leg and went to the hospital.
medicine
something that helps you stop feeling pain or sickness
The doctor told me to take medicine for one week.
naughty
bad, giving trouble
In my family, if you were naughty, you were punished.
needle
small sharp piece of metal, that is used for medical
The doctor put a needle into the boy's arm.
sneeze
to blow out air suddenly
Please use a tissue when you sneeze.
stomachache
a pain in the belly
My stomach hurts. I have a stomachache.
alone
without others
My mother and father are not home. I am alone.
diet
what a person eats
Do you eat a healthy diet?
exercise
to do physical activity
I exercise in the gym every morning.
grain
seeds that are used as food or to prepare food
He eats cereal that is made with grains.
healthy
in good health, or giving good health
Sugar is not healthy.
heart
a body part that pushes blood throughout the body
Without the heart there is no life.
improve
to make something better
Exercising can help you improve your health.
junk food
food that contains a lot of salt or sugar and nothing good
Eating junk food every day can cause damage to your health.
lazy
not willing to act or work
People say cats are lazy.
pump
to move something to or from a place
pump water into the tube.
salty
containing or tasting like salt
The pasta is too salty.
serve
to provide food or drinks for someone or for a group
The waiter serves us our food.
someday
at some point in the future
I hope to see you again someday.
through
from one end or side of something to the other end or side
The bus went through many tunnels.
vitamin
something in food, often fruits and vegetables, that keeps humans healthy
Foods like ice cream and candy have very few vitamins.
athlete
a person who is trained in or good at sports
She is the best athlete in the school.
coach
a person who trains or teaches athletes
The coach helped the players to become better.
flip
to move something into a different position with a short, quick motion
She flipped three times without touching the ground.
gymnastics
a sport dealing with the movement of the body
I like to watch gymnastics during the Olympics.
leap
to jump
The deers leap over the fence and into the forest.
medal
an award shaped like a coin
The student who came in second place got a silver medal.
proud
being very pleased and satisfied with something or someone
Her dog does tricks. She is proud of it.
race
a competition to find who or which is the fastest
My horse was placed second in the race.
serious
sincere; authentic
You can never tell when he is serious.
shock
so surprise someone very much
Something she sees shocks her. Isidore was shocked.
stand
to be in a position where all of the weight are on the feet
He stands in the same place for many hours.
talented
having natural ability
She is a talented musician.
tough
being difficult to complete or work with
Last night's homework assignment was very tough.
train
to work on some natural skill in order to improve it
He trained as a teacher before becoming an actor.
world record
the best that something has ever been done
What is the world record for running 200 meters?
artistic
having the characteristics of an artist
Cassie likes to paint and also to do other artistic activities.
beautiful
extremely attractive to look at
This flower is beautiful because it is so colorful.
choose
to make a choice between a number of things
He will choose pizza or a hamburger for lunch.
create
to cause to exist; to make
Kindergarten teachers sometimes create songs for kids.
decide
to make up one's mind
Jack has not decided what college he is going to go to.
express
to show or let other people know how you think or feel
All of the students expressed a desire to go to the carnival.
painting
the work or art of using paints
The artist painted hundreds of paintings.
photography
the act of taking pictures with a camera
photography is his hobby, but his job is painting.
process
a series of events that produce change or development
The process of lawsuits can take several years.
project
planned work that has a purpose and often takes time
This will be a big project that will take time.
sculpture
a piece of art that is built or cut from hard material
Not all sculptures are large.
shape
to make something have a certain shape or form
She shaped the clay into a bowl.
skill
a talent or ability to do something
I am grateful for the skill shown by the nurses.
sunset
when the sun moves out of the sky in the evening
If you go to the west coast at sunset, the view is amazing.
without
not having or doing something
Can I have my hamburger without onions?
chapter
a marked section of a long book
Which was your favorite chapter of the book?
character
a person in a play, novel etc
My favorite character in Harry Potter is Dumbledore.
complete
to finish something
My sister will complete high school soon.
discuss
to talk about
We must discuss the issue now while it is still fresh.
enough
as much as is needed
I have enough money to buy a new bike.
fiction
a story that is not real
A fiction story is not real.
hide
to go and stay somewhere that is hard to see or find
He hides his diary under the desk.
imagine
to form ideas or images in your head that are not real
Tom imagined himself as an astronaut.
main
the most important or, often, the biggest
Her main job responsibility is answering the phone.
mistake
something done or thought that is incorrect
He had already made two mistakes.
mystery
something that is strange, not understood, or unfamiliar
She loves to read mystery novels.
novel
a long fictional book
This novel is about an imaginary world under the sea.
real
actually being or happening
I can't believe he bought you a real diamond ring.
trade
the buying and selling of goods
I'll trade you my cake for your sandwich.
writer
a person whose job is to write
He is a very famous writer who has written many books.
audience
the group of people that a production is for
An audience of 10,000 people watched the concert.
choir
a group of people that sings songs
My school choir had a concert last night.
classical
formal and artistic, not popular or modern-sounding, music
I enjoy listening to classical music.
concert
a musical performance
Her favorite singer had a concert last night.
instrument
a tool that is used to make music
This is a traditional musical instrument with twelve strings.
loudly
while making a loud sound
He can't hear you if you don't speak loudly.
march
to walk rigidly, and in sync, often as a military-style unit
Thousands of people will march to City Hall tomorrow.
onstage
taking place on, or going toward, a stage
The onstage lighting created mood for the play.
orchestra
a group of musicians with instruments, most often playing classical music
The orchestra was playing our song.
performance
action done while people, especially a large group, are watching
She gave a wonderful performance.
rehearse
to practice, especially for a performance
The boy was rehearsing in the practice room.
schoolmate
a person that one has gone to school with
None of his schoolmates went to university.
solo
a dance, piece of music, etc., performed by only one person
The original version featured a guitar solo.
voice
the sounds from the mouth and the vocal organs
She has a great voice and could become famous.
warm up
to prepare before an activity by doing gentle exercise or practice
We can’t be late for the warm up.
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