a child or teenager who is male
The villagers did not think that Mowgli was an ordinary boy.
My sister has brown hair and I have blonde hair.
having curls or waves
She has curly hair.
The last step is to fix the eraser into the ferrule.
a female child
The girls are talking under the tree.
Some trees are green.
a substance made up of many pieces, each as thin as a thread, that grows on the skin of a human or animal; especially on a human head
One-hump camels have short hair and originate from the Middle East.
being a large length
We drove a long distance.
a color that is between red and yellow
In the spring we grow oranges and corn.
a writing or drawing tool that uses ink
I write with a pen.
I write with a pencil.
Look at the red apple.
measuring a small distance
The rope is too short to reach there.
노란색 yellow is my favorite color.
The elephant danced on the table.
to like; to have a good time
He enjoyed doing his homework.
a celebration, especially a public one. Eg. Christmas
Everyone in town went to the annual spring festival.
amusing; making one laugh funny how things work out, eh?
of high quality
I had a good sleep last night.
having heat; having a high temperature
That water is hot.
the art or study of producing pleasing sounds by instruments or voices
We listen to Bach everyday and study his music.
men and women in general
We met a lot of people at the party.
the very tiny pieces of rock that create a beach
The sand was so soft when we went to the beach.
to say something in a loud way
He shouted at the players to run faster.
the space around the Earth which can be seen by standing outside and look upwards
The sun was high in the sky.
to be able to sense an odor
This pizza smells so good!
The teacher speaks to the student.
the large, bright, burning object in space which Earth circles around
The sun rises in the morning and goes down at night.
containing, or tasting as if something contains a lot of sugar
The pie you made was not sweet enough.
The boy dries himself with a towel after swimming.
a clear liquid that has no taste and smell, and is used by people for drinking or washing
I drink a lot of water every morning.
to question someone in order to obtain information ask the teacher if you don't understand the question.
a feathered animal that lays eggs and has wings, most of which can fly
I am scared of birds.
shoes that go up past your ankles
She had ordered boots for Peter nine months ago.
a container that usually has four straight sides
Have you ever looked at a box of cereal?
You need to brush your hair to be nice.
a piece of clothing that is worn over other clothes, often to keep you warm
Wear a coat when you go out.
the place where a person lived as a child or while growing up; a place to which a person feels a strong connection
The earth is our home and we are one family.
a light, thin coat worn on the upper body over another shirt or piece of clothing for protection or warmth
The weather was perfect to wear jeans and a light jacket.
to stay in a certain place or condition keep in mind that he is not your friend anymore.
(informal) a woman
That lady over there is my English teacher.
to change where a person or group of people live or where a business operates
He didn’t want to move. He liked his garden and he liked his friends.
How much perfume do you put on?
a cloth that people wear around the neck to keep it warm
That's a beautiful scarf you're wearing.
a figure of a person made of packed snow
Where did the snowman's body go?
to need or wish to have
I want to play!
to clean someone or something with soap and water
My shoes got washed away at the beach today.
He is young. He is only 13 years old.
to become different
Spies can change their faces.
not having dirt, dust, or other pollutants on the surface
A clean room has less dust than a dirty room.
to make or become shut
What time will the movie store close?
The table was dirty after the children ate.
We need to wash the dishes after dinner.
the low surface of a room that people stand or walk on
James removed his muddy shoes before walking across the floor.
school work that teachers give to pupils to do at home
I'll do my homework after dinner.
I open the box.
used as a polite addition to requests, commands, etc
"Can I have a cookie, please?"
a flat piece of wood, metal, or glass which is attached to a wall
Everyone laughed so much that the shelves shook.
to descend to a sitting position
He is worried, so he can't sit down.
to raise to one's feet
When the bell rang, we all stood up and left the building.
to say things or ideas to someone with words
We talk on the phone.
to learn something; understand
She understands English pretty well.
an opening in a wall of a building which lets light in
I can see the people outside through my window.
That morning all the children wrote letters to Mr. James.
outside regular school hours
He is going to go shopping with his parents after school.
a ball game played with a bat and ball between two teams of nine players
I love baseball!
to give a name, telephone, or visit
What is your puppy called?
enjoyable or entertaining
Our trip to Las Vegas was so much fun.
I hate hamburgers. They are yucky.
to become aware of sounds being made
Can you hear the birds singing?
a point, level or measurement that is great in number or amount
The airplane flies high in the sky.
Kangaroos can jump very well.
to care for and like other people deeply
Sue loves to cook!
a large musical instrument with black and white keys that you press down to produce different musical notes
You play the piano well.
a wooden or plastic musical instrument in the shape of a pipe
a sport in which two teams of eleven players are trying to kick a ball into the other team's goal
Want to go to the field and play soccer?
a person who is studying something
John is the best student in the class.
a game in which two or four players hit a ball back and forth across a net
I can play tennis very well.
with another or others
Two of my friends share a house together.
a wooden instrument with a long neck and strings stretched along it that is held on the shoulder and under the chin and played with a bow
She's gifted at playing the violin.
a soft container, often made from paper, plastic or cloth, that is used for carrying items
She began pecking him, but this time he had a large bag over his head.
a mild, very common illness that makes you SNEEZE and gives you a sore throat or a cough
People usually catch colds during the winter months.
a condition in which body temperature is above normal
The illness caused him to have a high fever.
having the deep slightly brownish color of gold
At the store, Victor Lopez was buying gold paint.
having a color that is somewhere between black and white
to use hands or arms to carry or keep something
Let me hold your bag.
involving a large number of things or people many people cried at the funeral.
a colored liquid that is used to create art or color a surface
Carlos was buying red paint.
a brush used as an applicator
He painted the house with a paintbrush.
a sheet of flat, thin material, used to write or print on or, to wrap objects
Did you use paper today?
a color that is made from combining the colors red and blue
There are two purple tea pots.
instrument for cutting something
I can't seem to cut this with a knife. I wish I had a pair of scissors.
a piece of clothing that is worn on the upper part of the body
He decided to buy a new shirt for work.
being in a condition of poor health or disease
Doctors' help people who are sick.
the part of a garment, such as a dress or coat, that hangs freely from the waist down
Katy wanted to buy another pink skirt from the store.
a drink or medicine made with hot water and the dried leaves of particular plants
Would you like some green tea or some coffee?
from one side to the other
It goes across the street. The other man ran across the room and jumped.
a place where baked foods, such as bread or cakes, are prepared or sold
We bought a cake at the bakery.
a fruit with a curved shape and a thick, yellow PEEL
Monkeys eat bananas.
an organization that stores and lends money
We can put our money in banks.
of or in the back
Slowly I followed down, down, down with Dad behind me.
from one person, thing, or place, to another
Ten is between nine and eleven.
a sweet, bread-like food
Eat some cake.
the institution of christianity
Moscow was once known for its beautiful churches.
a type of sweet, baked food that is mainly made of flour, sugar, butter and eggs and is usually flat and round
Stacy bakes some really yummy cookies.
a table, usually for writing on
You should do your work at a desk.
a building where people who are ill or injured are given treatment
He broke his leg and went to the hospital.
a word used with the name of months, years, etc.
In 1960, Jane was sent to study chimpanzees at Gombe Stream National Park, in Tanzania.
in front of
directly before or ahead of
What is in front of the school?
I sit next to Sue in history class.
in contact with or supported by the surface of something
"The computer isn’t on in the lunar module."
a place or institution where people go to learn and be taught
Two coughs could tell your friend to meet you after school.
beneath or lower than something
My cat is under the table.
a piece of furniture that you lie on to sleep
Mrs. Mack took the bed to the unk shop.
a room for sleeping in
Mom looked in the bedroom.
a piece of furniture that is designed for a person to sit on, usually with four legs and a back
I want to sit on my chair.
a bird which is kept on a farm for its eggs and meat
Most people in Korea like to eat chicken and beer when they watch sports.
Other groups of nomads own herds of animals like cows or goats.
an area of land used for raising plants or animals for food
My uncle has a nice farm with many animals.
an area that has no trees or buildings
The boys were running and playing in the field.
a part of a tree or a plant that contains seeds and is usually edible
Apples, strawberries, oranges, and bananas are fruit.
an area of land next to a house where plants are grown
Mother loves planting flowers in her garden.
large animal with hooves and a tail that can be trained for work or riding
She can ride horse very well.
the building where people live and make their home
My house is down the street from your house.
a room where food is cooked
They’re not in the kitchen.
an tool made of a sharp piece of metal attached to a handle
This knife is good for cutting fruit.
a room used for relaxing or getting together with family or friends
I watch TV in the living room.
the flesh of an animal that is eaten as food
The Ethiopian and the leopard needed meat to live.
an object used for eating, stirring, and serving food
Put a spoon into each bowl.
a plant that is raised and eaten as food
Carrots, corns and potatoes are vegetables.
a large, heavy animals that has thick fur and sharp claws and eats a variety of plants and other animals
I am afraid of going camping because I don’t want to meet a bear.
a pedal-driven vehicle with two wheels and a seat bicycle : two wheeled , powered by a person
a vehicle that travels on water
He enjoys taking his boat out on weekends.
a male sibling
I watched my older brother play soccer today.
someone who prepares food for eating, either as a job or a hobby
The cook made me a wonderful dinner.
When you are sick, it's good to see a doctor.
a person who owns, manages or works on a FARM
The farmer worked hard to expand his farm and to be successful.
a male parent
My father is my best friend.
My grandfather has grey hair.
the mother of a person's father or mother
My grandmother still lives with my grandfather.
a small brown animal with a long tail that is closely related to humans and typically lives in trees
These monkeys like bananas.
a woman who has children
I gave my mother a gift for Mother’s Day.
having occurred or been created recently
We need a new bed.
being of a certain age
Tom's shoes are so old they are falling apart.
a girl or woman with whom one shares one or both parents
The woman with the dark hair is my sister.
The children went to school and told their teacher.
a series of railroad cars that are pulled by a locomotive
We go by train.
to hold or support something as you move with it
The men carry the corn together.
catch a ball
I jumped up to catch a ball and fell over.
to jump, usually headfirst, into water
He is going to jump off the cliff and dive into the water.
to create an image using pen or pencil and paper
I like to draw pictures of people.
not hard to do
This problem is simple but not easy.
to get back a thing lost
I find his book to be very interesting.
not easy to do or understand
Trying to do everything alone is hard.
to provide aid
We will help you.
a father or mother, or someone who is raising a child
On the last day of the trip, her parents give her twenty thousand won.
pass a ball
공을 패스하다, 넘겨주다
They’re passing a ball back and forth.
The children wrote letters to Mr. James: thin letters and letters with pictures.
to understand the meaning of written or printed words or characters
I read my favorite book once each year.
ride a bicycle
They walk or ride a bicycle for a day.
to perform the words of a song with one's voice
We sing at school in the morning.
a piece of music with words for singing
I like the band’s new song.
to move through water using your arms or legs
Michael can swim like a fish.
the day that is occurring now
She has a big math test today.
the gases we breathe, the atmosphere
Without air, we cannot breathe.
not clear or transparent
The wine looked cloudy because poison had been added to it.
a temperature that is low, but not cold, usually in a pleasing way
The weather is very cool today.
the season after summer and before winter
The fall is here and all the leaves are changing color.
a piece of clothing that is shaped to fit and cover the head
We wore hats to cover our heads from the sun.
in or into an inner area or part of something inside the box was a cute kitten.
Yesterday morning, it was raining and cold outside.
having or bringing rain
Due to the rainy weather, we did not have our soccer game.
one of the main divisions of the year
What is your favorite season?
marked by the presence of snow
It’s cold, but he likes snowy days!
the season between winter and summer when the weather begins to get warmer and plants begin to grow spring is followed by summer, autumn and winter.
the season and period of time that comes after the spring and before the fall
Spring is followed by summer, autumn and winter.
filled with sunshine
It was a sunny day in june.
being neither hot or cold
The fire makes the air inside the balloon warm.
to place something on or over a part of the body as clothing
Mulan wears men’s clothing.
exposed to strong winds
It's so windy today. It is hard to walk.
the coldest season of the year in the northern part of the year winter in Australia is warmer than in Korea.
the time between the middle of the day and beginning of the night
I don’t have anything to do this afternoon.
a large vehicle, usually carrying passengers on fixed routes
Do you walk or take the bus to school?
Thank you for buying me this car.
a place that is more important and where more people live in compared to town
The city looked so small from up here.
the open rural area outside of big towns and cities
Mr. and Mrs. Vosper were driving in the country.
He can drive a car.
the early part of the night following the end of the afternoon and before you go to bed
They drive home in the evening.
the part of day from twelve o'clock at night until noon
One morning, Billy woke up and found his parents working busily.
time when the sun sets in the evening
It gets very cold and dark at night.
using the feet to run or walk
She went to the shops on foot.
to stop working; avoid activities
She rests on the beach.
the salty water that covers most of the Earth's surface
The navy man spent many years on the sea.
a large boat
The King and his family had a good time on the ship.
an open place in a town, with the buildings round it
Street maps are divided into squares. These squares have letters and numbers.
to give time and attention to learning something
Do you study English at home everyday?
the end of the week, usually between Friday evening and Monday morning
Have a good weekend!