Jungle Phonics-Book 2 (E)
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can
to be able to
I can go to the store for you.
man
an adult male human
She hopes to marry a very handsome man.
pan
a circular, metal container that can have one long handle
She panned her camera so that she could capture her children's every move.
cap
a hat that has a flat bill that sticks out of the front
I remembered to bring my cap with me.
map
a drawing or picture of an area that shows where things such as rivers or roads are
He bought a map so he wouldn't get lost.
lap
the front part of a person's body between the waist and the knees when seated
The child climbed onto her mother's lap.
bat
a long stick made from wood or metal that is used to hit balls in sports
The bat returns to the forest to hunt for food.
cat
a small, common mammal with four legs and a long tail
The cat will win the race.
mat
a piece of thick material that is used to cover part of the floor
Wipe your feet on the mat by the door.
mad
being extremely angry or upset
The woman is mad because someone hit her car.
dad
(informal) someone's father
I have a dad.
sad
being unhappy
My sister is sick. I am sad.
bag
a soft container, often made from paper, plastic or cloth, that is used for carrying items
They filled the bag with a lot of good food.
rag
a piece of old cloth, usually used for cleaning
A rag soaked with kerosene was used to start a fire and destroy the drifting boat.
tag
a children's game in which one player chases and tries to touch the others
We often play tag in the playground.
dam
a structure similar to a wall that is built across a river to prevent the flow of water
The new dam will prevent the river from flooding the town.
jam
a thick, sweet substance that is a combination of boiled fruit and sugar which is eaten along with bread
Here is some jam to put on your toast.
ram
RAM is the part of a computer in which information is stored while you are using it. RAM is an abbreviation for `Random Access Memory'.
There is a ram.
hen
an adult, female chicken
The hen laid golden eggs.
pen
a small fenced area where people or animals are kept
She lost her favorite pen.
men

They are young men.
wet
being full of, containing, or covered with water or other liquids
Try to avoid getting wet from the rain.
jet
a narrow stream of liquid or gas that moves forcefully out of a small opening
The Titanic was as long as four jumbo jets!
net
a device for holding or catching something, usually made from pieces of rope or wire that are tied or WOVEN loosely
The tennis ball hit the net.
bed
a piece of furniture that you lie on to sleep
The bed is in the bedroom.
red
a color similar to that of blood
The colors of the rainbow are red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet.
peg
a small piece of wood, metal, etc. used to fasten things together, or attached to a wall as a place to hang clothing
She used the pegs on the pole to climb to the top.
leg
one of the lower extremities of a body used for support and transport
A spider has eight legs.
bib

Get a big bib!
rib
one of several bones that protect the organs in the upper body
She broke a rib when she fell off of her horse.
kid
a child or young person; a term used to address such a person
Sometimes I wish I was a kid again.
lid
a cover that can be lifted or removed
The lid on the coffin was closed very tightly.
big
large in size or amount
Dad caught a big fish at the lake last weekend.
dig
to move soil using one's hands or a tool in order to make a hole
My children love to dig holes in the sand.
wig
a covering of artificial hair worn on the head
The thief tried to disguise himself with a wig and glasses.
pin
to FASTEN things together using a pin
She pinned the badge onto her jacket.
fin
a thin, flat body part of fish which is used for swimming or balance
The fish's fins help propel it through the water.
win
to succeed the most in a game or contest
The team won because they trained and practiced a lot.
lip
one of the two soft parts around one's mouth
Her lips are the color red.
hip
the joint that connects the leg to the body
Swing your hips to the music.
rip
To rip something means to pull it apart.
By the time paul and his friends had ripped the pretticoat in two.
pit
a wide, deep hole that either is dug or already in the ground
A pit was dug to bury the dead soldiers.
hit
to make contact with a person or object, quickly and with a lot of force, often using a hand
Can you stop hitting me? It hurts.
sit
to rest in a position where one's bottom is on a flat surface, such as a chair or the floor, with the top of the body remaining up; to get into a position with one's bottom is on a flat surface
Where are you going to sit for lunch today?
fix
to repair something
The car won't start. Can you fix it?
mix
to combine two or more things to make a new product
People mix things together when they cook.
six
the number 6
Let's count! One, two, ...... six, seven, eight, nine, ten!
hot
having heat; having a high temperature
The sun is hot.
pot
a deep, rounded, and usually metal container used for cooking
I put a pot under the leak in the ceiling.
dot
a very small round mark
How about the line graph with dots?
mop
to use a mop to wash something
Candace used a mop to clean the floor.
top
the highest section, place, level or point of something
We climbed to the top of the mountain!
cop

Dad is a cop and Dog helps Dad.
dog
a very common animal with four legs and a tail that is kept by people as a pet
My dog, Max, is very playful.
log
a large, thick piece of a tree that has fallen or been cut
He gathered some logs from the forest, took them home and put them on the fire.
box
a stiff container made of at least four straight sides
The girl keeps her toys in a box in her room.
fox
an animal with pointy ears and a bushy tail
Instead of taking the money to Geppetto, Pinocchio met with a fox and a cat.
rub
to spread something along a surface while applying pressure
The man rubbed crumbs on the skin.
tub
a tub to bathe in, especially one that is a permanent fixture in a bathroom
They found her lying in the tub.
bun
a round piece of bread
This is the hamburger on the bun.
run
a sequence of playing cards of the same suit
The run lasted many turns.
sun
the large, bright, burning object in space which Earth circles around
We can see the sun in the blue sky.
cut
to divide using a sharp instrument
So, if no other friends arrived, Maria would cut the cake in two pieces.
cub
the young of a fox, bear, lion, or other carnivorous mammal.
That lion cub is so cute!
bud
A bud is a part of a plant that turns into a flower or a leaf.
Two weeks after planting the seed, a small bud appeared.
mud
earth that is wet, soft, and usually brownish in color
You got mud on your shoes and now its all over the carpet.
gum
small pieces of candy that are sweet and soft and do not break when chewed
Oh no! There is gum stuck to my shoe.
hum
to make a low, constant sound
The children hummed the tunes of a few Christmas carols.
hut
a small and simple shelter or house
In the village, the man who had fire lived in a(n) hut.
nut
a small hard fruit that grows on trees
I have heard that nuts are very good for our health.
bug
an insect
There are so many bugs flying around.
jug
a large container, usually for liquids, wih a narrow opening and a handle
Here is a big jug of orange juice.
rug
a thick piece of material that covers part of a floor
This rug is very old and dirty.
up
towards a higher position
We will walk up the hill.
cup
a small and round object with a handle that is used for drinking liquids
Will you give me a cup of tea?
pup
a young dog
This is a mother dog. These are pups.
mat
a piece of thick material that is used to cover part of the floor
Wipe your feet on the mat by the door.
cat
a small, common mammal with four legs and a long tail
The cat will win the race.
bat
a long stick made from wood or metal that is used to hit balls in sports
The bat returns to the forest to hunt for food.
lap
the front part of a person's body between the waist and the knees when seated
The child climbed onto her mother's lap.
map
a drawing or picture of an area that shows where things such as rivers or roads are
He bought a map so he wouldn't get lost.
cap
a hat that has a flat bill that sticks out of the front
I remembered to bring my cap with me.
pan
a circular, metal container that can have one long handle
She panned her camera so that she could capture her children's every move.
man
an adult male human
She hopes to marry a very handsome man.
can
to be able to
I can go to the store for you.
mad
being extremely angry or upset
The woman is mad because someone hit her car.
sad
being unhappy
My sister is sick. I am sad.
dad
(informal) someone's father
I have a dad.
dam
a structure similar to a wall that is built across a river to prevent the flow of water
The new dam will prevent the river from flooding the town.
tag
a children's game in which one player chases and tries to touch the others
We often play tag in the playground.
rag
a piece of old cloth, usually used for cleaning
A rag soaked with kerosene was used to start a fire and destroy the drifting boat.
bag
a soft container, often made from paper, plastic or cloth, that is used for carrying items
They filled the bag with a lot of good food.
ram
RAM is the part of a computer in which information is stored while you are using it. RAM is an abbreviation for `Random Access Memory'.
There is a ram.
jam
a thick, sweet substance that is a combination of boiled fruit and sugar which is eaten along with bread
Here is some jam to put on your toast.
pen
a small fenced area where people or animals are kept
She lost her favorite pen.
hen
an adult, female chicken
The hen laid golden eggs.
net
a device for holding or catching something, usually made from pieces of rope or wire that are tied or WOVEN loosely
The tennis ball hit the net.
jet
a narrow stream of liquid or gas that moves forcefully out of a small opening
The Titanic was as long as four jumbo jets!
wet
being full of, containing, or covered with water or other liquids
Try to avoid getting wet from the rain.
men

They are young men.
leg
one of the lower extremities of a body used for support and transport
A spider has eight legs.
peg
a small piece of wood, metal, etc. used to fasten things together, or attached to a wall as a place to hang clothing
She used the pegs on the pole to climb to the top.
red
a color similar to that of blood
The colors of the rainbow are red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet.
bed
a piece of furniture that you lie on to sleep
The bed is in the bedroom.
lid
a cover that can be lifted or removed
The lid on the coffin was closed very tightly.
kid
a child or young person; a term used to address such a person
Sometimes I wish I was a kid again.
rib
one of several bones that protect the organs in the upper body
She broke a rib when she fell off of her horse.
bib

Get a big bib!
win
to succeed the most in a game or contest
The team won because they trained and practiced a lot.
fin
a thin, flat body part of fish which is used for swimming or balance
The fish's fins help propel it through the water.
pin
to FASTEN things together using a pin
She pinned the badge onto her jacket.
wig
a covering of artificial hair worn on the head
The thief tried to disguise himself with a wig and glasses.
dig
to move soil using one's hands or a tool in order to make a hole
My children love to dig holes in the sand.
big
large in size or amount
Dad caught a big fish at the lake last weekend.
hip
the joint that connects the leg to the body
Swing your hips to the music.
lip
one of the two soft parts around one's mouth
Her lips are the color red.
six
the number 6
Let's count! One, two, ...... six, seven, eight, nine, ten!
mix
to combine two or more things to make a new product
People mix things together when they cook.
fix
to repair something
The car won't start. Can you fix it?
sit
to rest in a position where one's bottom is on a flat surface, such as a chair or the floor, with the top of the body remaining up; to get into a position with one's bottom is on a flat surface
Where are you going to sit for lunch today?
hit
to make contact with a person or object, quickly and with a lot of force, often using a hand
Can you stop hitting me? It hurts.
pit
a wide, deep hole that either is dug or already in the ground
A pit was dug to bury the dead soldiers.
rip
To rip something means to pull it apart.
By the time paul and his friends had ripped the pretticoat in two.
hot
having heat; having a high temperature
The sun is hot.
fox
an animal with pointy ears and a bushy tail
Instead of taking the money to Geppetto, Pinocchio met with a fox and a cat.
box
a stiff container made of at least four straight sides
The girl keeps her toys in a box in her room.
log
a large, thick piece of a tree that has fallen or been cut
He gathered some logs from the forest, took them home and put them on the fire.
dog
a very common animal with four legs and a tail that is kept by people as a pet
My dog, Max, is very playful.
cop

Dad is a cop and Dog helps Dad.
top
the highest section, place, level or point of something
We climbed to the top of the mountain!
mop
to use a mop to wash something
Candace used a mop to clean the floor.
dot
a very small round mark
How about the line graph with dots?
pot
a deep, rounded, and usually metal container used for cooking
I put a pot under the leak in the ceiling.
hum
to make a low, constant sound
The children hummed the tunes of a few Christmas carols.
gum
small pieces of candy that are sweet and soft and do not break when chewed
Oh no! There is gum stuck to my shoe.
mud
earth that is wet, soft, and usually brownish in color
You got mud on your shoes and now its all over the carpet.
bud
A bud is a part of a plant that turns into a flower or a leaf.
Two weeks after planting the seed, a small bud appeared.
pup
a young dog
This is a mother dog. These are pups.
cup
a small and round object with a handle that is used for drinking liquids
Will you give me a cup of tea?
up
towards a higher position
We will walk up the hill.
rug
a thick piece of material that covers part of a floor
This rug is very old and dirty.
jug
a large container, usually for liquids, wih a narrow opening and a handle
Here is a big jug of orange juice.
bug
an insect
There are so many bugs flying around.
cub
the young of a fox, bear, lion, or other carnivorous mammal.
That lion cub is so cute!
rub
to spread something along a surface while applying pressure
The man rubbed crumbs on the skin.
bun
a round piece of bread
This is the hamburger on the bun.
tub
a tub to bathe in, especially one that is a permanent fixture in a bathroom
They found her lying in the tub.
hut
a small and simple shelter or house
In the village, the man who had fire lived in a(n) hut.
cut
to divide using a sharp instrument
So, if no other friends arrived, Maria would cut the cake in two pieces.
sun
the large, bright, burning object in space which Earth circles around
We can see the sun in the blue sky.
run
a sequence of playing cards of the same suit
The run lasted many turns.
nut
a small hard fruit that grows on trees
I have heard that nuts are very good for our health.
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