Jungle Phonics-Book 3 (E)
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game
a contest that is done for pleasure in which people compete by following established rules
I don't know how to play any card games.
name
the word or words by which a person, place or thing is known
Our dog’s name is Willard.
same
not different from something else; exactly similar
You have the same eyes as your brother.
bake
to cook using an oven
Mom is baking some muffins.
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.
lake
a large area of water surrounded by land
We are having a picnic by the lake tomorrow.
date
to do activities with someone that you like or are attracted to
The date of the trip is the 28th.
gate
a door in a wall or fence that opens and closes
The gate to the garden is beautiful.
late
polite way to say “dead"
The couple threw lavish parties in Egypt.
cave
a large opening in the ground or in the side of a hill
Many bats flew out of the caves.
save
to keep or rescue someone or something from harm
You saved my life!
wave
to raise the arms and repeatedly swing the arms back and forth
Christy waved at me during lunch today!
cane
a stick used for support by someone who has trouble walking
I had to walk around with a cane after I sprained my ankle.
mane
the long hair around the face or neck of certain animals, such as lions and horses
She brushes her horse’s mane every day.
lane
a narrow way or road
This lane is very slow.
tape
a narrow strip with a special sticky glue on one side used to stick things together
They wrapped the gifts with paper and tape.
cape
A cape is a large cloth that covers one's back and is tied around the neck.
I am a cop with a cape.
case
a particular situation or event that is an example of something
Max will buy a larger pencil case when he is in the sixth grade.
vase
a decorative container, usually for holding flowers
I broke the flower vase by mistake.
line
actor's words
The people in the line have to wait their turn.
nine
the number 9
Let's count! One, two, ...... six, seven, eight, nine, ten!
pine
a tall tree with small green leaves that look like needles
Many people decorate pine trees during Christmas time.
bike
a BICYCLE or MOTORCYCLE
He went to the bicycle shop to buy a bike.
hike
to take a long walk, often in a rural area, for exercise or enjoyment
I went for a hike last weekend.
like
to find someone or something enjoyable and pleasurable
Steve really likes the color blue.
hide
to go and stay somewhere that hard to see or find
Mark was hiding under the bed with his mom’s computer.
ride
to sit and travel on an animal's back
Sandy is scared of riding roller coasters.
kite
a kite is an object, usually used as a toy, which is flown in the air
There is a lot of wind! Let’s fly our kite!
bite
to close your teeth onto something
I am bitten by mosquitoes.
dive
to jump into water head first with your arms extended
I like to dive into the water in the summer.
hive
something built for or by bees to live in
We gathered honey from the hive.
five
the number 5
I ate five cookies.
lime
a small, round and sour fruit with hard green skin
All the girls at Amy’s school brought limes to eat.
time
the specific point in time when something usually occurs, or is scheduled to take place
What time is lunch?
dime
a coin worth 10 pennies
I have a dime.
pipe
a thin tube with a small bowl at the end used to smoke TOBACCO
The landlord liked to smoke a pipe.
wipe
to go over the surface of something usually with a cloth in order to dry or clean it
The mother tried to wipe the children's faces off because they were dirty.
ripe
fully grown and ready for eating or picking
The fruit appeared juicy and ripe.
hole
an empty space in something
There is a hole in the wall.
mole
a small animal with dark fur that lives under the ground and is almost blind
A mole on the hand is the most desired.
pole
a long, narrow piece of material, such as metal or wood, that is often used to hold or support something
The North pole is a antipode.
bone
hard materials inside the body that form the frame of humans and animals
Horses have big bones in their legs.
cone
a scaly object containing seeds which is produced by some trees
For example, conifers have cones such as the pine cone.
lone
alone
She was the lone survivor of the plane crash.
hose
a long pipe made of rubber or plastic and used for directing water somewhere
He's using a hose to water the plants.
nose
the part of the face through which animals and humans smell and BREATHE
The ball hit me in the face and hurt my nose.
rose
a red, pink, white, or yellow flower with a distinctive sweet, pleasant smell that grows on bushes
A woman is only beautiful for a short time, while she is young, just like a rose.
hope
the state of wanting something to happen and believing that it is possible
Do not lose hope, my friend. Alicia will get better soon.
rope
a strong and thick string that is made by wrapping together many thinner strings
The rope was strong enough to hold two men.
note
a particular musical sound produced by an instrument or a person's voice
He played the first few notes of the tune.
vote
to express an opinion or choice by raising one's hand, casting a vote, or speaking
The senators will vote on the proposed legislation in the next session
dome
a rounded roof or ceiling that is shaped like half a ball
A large dome covers the arena.
home
the place where a person lived as a child or while growing up
All of Kelly's family, including the grandparents, live together in her home.
dune
a hill made of sand
The wind blows sand and makes dunes in the desert.
June
the sixth month of the Western calendar
june is the month that I moved here.
tune
a piece of music or melody
He whistled a funny tune all the way to school.
mule
an animal breed combining a horse and a donkey
Two men came along with four mules we killed one of the men.
rule
an official statement which explains how things must be done and what is allowed in a particular system or situation
Do not break a school rule.
cube
a solid object that looks similar to a box and has six square sides
The cube of ice that I put into my drink to keep it cold melted very quickly.
tube
a plastic or metal container for soft substances
There is crack in the tube, so it's leaking.
cute
attractive in a pretty or endearing way
Daniel's baby boy is really cute.
mute
not willing or being unable to speak
They are mute.
use
to employ something for a purpose
I use my favorite pen to write stories.
fuse
to melt together
The conductor tried to fuse together rock and classical music without much success.
late
polite way to say “dead"
The couple threw lavish parties in Egypt.
gate
a door in a wall or fence that opens and closes
The gate to the garden is beautiful.
date
to do activities with someone that you like or are attracted to
The date of the trip is the 28th.
lake
a large area of water surrounded by land
We are having a picnic by the lake tomorrow.
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.
bake
to cook using an oven
Mom is baking some muffins.
same
not different from something else; exactly similar
You have the same eyes as your brother.
name
the word or words by which a person, place or thing is known
Our dog’s name is Willard.
game
a contest that is done for pleasure in which people compete by following established rules
I don't know how to play any card games.
save
to keep or rescue someone or something from harm
You saved my life!
cave
a large opening in the ground or in the side of a hill
Many bats flew out of the caves.
lane
a narrow way or road
This lane is very slow.
mane
the long hair around the face or neck of certain animals, such as lions and horses
She brushes her horse’s mane every day.
cane
a stick used for support by someone who has trouble walking
I had to walk around with a cane after I sprained my ankle.
wave
to raise the arms and repeatedly swing the arms back and forth
Christy waved at me during lunch today!
vase
a decorative container, usually for holding flowers
I broke the flower vase by mistake.
case
a particular situation or event that is an example of something
Max will buy a larger pencil case when he is in the sixth grade.
cape
A cape is a large cloth that covers one's back and is tied around the neck.
I am a cop with a cape.
tape
a narrow strip with a special sticky glue on one side used to stick things together
They wrapped the gifts with paper and tape.
bike
a BICYCLE or MOTORCYCLE
He went to the bicycle shop to buy a bike.
pine
a tall tree with small green leaves that look like needles
Many people decorate pine trees during Christmas time.
nine
the number 9
Let's count! One, two, ...... six, seven, eight, nine, ten!
line
actor's words
The people in the line have to wait their turn.
bite
to close your teeth onto something
I am bitten by mosquitoes.
kite
a kite is an object, usually used as a toy, which is flown in the air
There is a lot of wind! Let’s fly our kite!
ride
to sit and travel on an animal's back
Sandy is scared of riding roller coasters.
hide
to go and stay somewhere that hard to see or find
Mark was hiding under the bed with his mom’s computer.
like
to find someone or something enjoyable and pleasurable
Steve really likes the color blue.
hike
to take a long walk, often in a rural area, for exercise or enjoyment
I went for a hike last weekend.
hive
something built for or by bees to live in
We gathered honey from the hive.
dive
to jump into water head first with your arms extended
I like to dive into the water in the summer.
ripe
fully grown and ready for eating or picking
The fruit appeared juicy and ripe.
wipe
to go over the surface of something usually with a cloth in order to dry or clean it
The mother tried to wipe the children's faces off because they were dirty.
pipe
a thin tube with a small bowl at the end used to smoke TOBACCO
The landlord liked to smoke a pipe.
dime
a coin worth 10 pennies
I have a dime.
time
the specific point in time when something usually occurs, or is scheduled to take place
What time is lunch?
lime
a small, round and sour fruit with hard green skin
All the girls at Amy’s school brought limes to eat.
five
the number 5
I ate five cookies.
hole
an empty space in something
There is a hole in the wall.
rose
a red, pink, white, or yellow flower with a distinctive sweet, pleasant smell that grows on bushes
A woman is only beautiful for a short time, while she is young, just like a rose.
nose
the part of the face through which animals and humans smell and BREATHE
The ball hit me in the face and hurt my nose.
hose
a long pipe made of rubber or plastic and used for directing water somewhere
He's using a hose to water the plants.
lone
alone
She was the lone survivor of the plane crash.
cone
a scaly object containing seeds which is produced by some trees
For example, conifers have cones such as the pine cone.
bone
hard materials inside the body that form the frame of humans and animals
Horses have big bones in their legs.
pole
a long, narrow piece of material, such as metal or wood, that is often used to hold or support something
The North pole is a antipode.
mole
a small animal with dark fur that lives under the ground and is almost blind
A mole on the hand is the most desired.
home
the place where a person lived as a child or while growing up
All of Kelly's family, including the grandparents, live together in her home.
dome
a rounded roof or ceiling that is shaped like half a ball
A large dome covers the arena.
vote
to express an opinion or choice by raising one's hand, casting a vote, or speaking
The senators will vote on the proposed legislation in the next session
note
a particular musical sound produced by an instrument or a person's voice
He played the first few notes of the tune.
rope
a strong and thick string that is made by wrapping together many thinner strings
The rope was strong enough to hold two men.
hope
the state of wanting something to happen and believing that it is possible
Do not lose hope, my friend. Alicia will get better soon.
June
the sixth month of the Western calendar
june is the month that I moved here.
dune
a hill made of sand
The wind blows sand and makes dunes in the desert.
rule
an official statement which explains how things must be done and what is allowed in a particular system or situation
Do not break a school rule.
mule
an animal breed combining a horse and a donkey
Two men came along with four mules we killed one of the men.
tune
a piece of music or melody
He whistled a funny tune all the way to school.
cube
a solid object that looks similar to a box and has six square sides
The cube of ice that I put into my drink to keep it cold melted very quickly.
use
to employ something for a purpose
I use my favorite pen to write stories.
mute
not willing or being unable to speak
They are mute.
cute
attractive in a pretty or endearing way
Daniel's baby boy is really cute.
tube
a plastic or metal container for soft substances
There is crack in the tube, so it's leaking.
fuse
to melt together
The conductor tried to fuse together rock and classical music without much success.
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