Listening Time-Book 2 (E)
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aquarium
a glass container in which fish and other water animals can be kept
My class took a trip to the aquarium today.
buy
to get something by giving someone else money
It's impossible to buy something if you have no money.
corner
the position at which two lines, surfaces, or edges meet and form an angle
I bumped my leg on the corner of the table.
excited
emotionally aroused
She’s so excited about her birthday party.
favorite
most preferred or liked
My favorite movie is horror movies.
next
immediately following, as in time, order, or sequence
Please don't be late next time.
place
an area, town, building, etc.
There's a hidden place in the city, with many restaurants.
special
not ordinary; exceptional
Today is a special day. It's my birthday!
store
an establishment where merchandise is sold, usually on a retail basis
Sue spent a lot of time choosing her new clothes at the store.
visit
to go see a person or place
David went to visit his sick grandma at the hospital.
annoy
to bother; to make uncomfortable
That dripping faucet is really annoying me.
beetle
an insect with a large body
Look out! There is a beetle crawling on your arm.
chase
to run after someone or something
I chased the bus down the road, but it was too fast.
cricket
a brown or black insect which makes short loud noises by rubbing its wings together
As I was waking through the forest, I could hear the sounds of crickets all around me.
hill
an area of land that is higher than the surrounding land
We climbed to the top of the hill to get a view of the city.
moth
an insect with wings that usually flies at night and is attracted to light
There were three moths flying around our outdoor light.
scratch
to use the nails to relieve itching
I was scratching a mosquito bite on my leg.
sting
to sting is to make a small but painful injury to the skin
If you get too close to a bee, it may sting you.
ugly
not attractive or pretty
That sweater is very ugly.
wonder
to question in one's mind; to think about
I wonder if it will rain later today?
feather
one of the growths that form the outer covering of a bird
The peacock's feathers are amazing!
fit
to be the right size or shape for someone or something
It is hard to find the right piece that fits in this jigsaw puzzle.
hide
to put something in a place so that no one can find it
I hid my letter so nobody can find it, but I can't find it as well!
however
despite this
however hungry I am, I never seem to be able to finish off a whole pizza.
popular
liked or supported by many people
He is one of the most popular singers around today.
run away
to flee or escape
When they heard the police siren, the teenagers ran away.
silly
not intelligent or sensible
David is never serious, he is silly.
switch
to change suddenly or completely, from one thing to another, or to exchange by replacing one person or thing with another
I switched my seat with Heather so I could be closer to the window.
tease
to say something to someone in order to have fun by embarrassing or annoying them
Never tease someone when they are upset.
tickle
to touch someone lightly with the fingers to make them laugh or happy
My father would always tickle my belly when I was in a bad mood.
bite
grabbing something with the teeth
Have a bite of my cake.
dangerous
a person, animal or activity that can hurt you
Hiking at night is very dangerous for anyone.
dentist
a person whose job is to care for people's teeth
Our family dentist is said that I need braces.
dessert
a sweet food eaten after a main meal
We had strawberry cake for dessert.
fix
to repair something
My brother is fixing the flat on my bike.
right
satisfactory
The show was all right.
spicy
seasoned with or containing spice
His chili was very spicy.
strange
unusual; odd
The movie had a strange storyline.
take care of
to look after
The mother had to quit her job and take care of her son when he became disabled from the accident.
veterinarian
a person whose job is to care for animal's health
Sophia has always loved animals so she decided to become a veterinarian.
amazing
surprising greatly; unbelievable
The night scenery is amazing!!
bottom
the lowest part of something
He stood at the bottom of the stairs and called up to me.
costume
a special clothing used for acting or special occasions
The costume he wore was really colorful.
crown
a circular decoration for the head, usually made of gold and jewels and worn by royalty
During the ceremony, the king wore his golden crown.
fountain
a stream of water that is forced up into the air through a small hole, especially for decorative effect
I threw a coin in the fountain and made a wish.
museum
a building for housing and displaying objects of artistic, scientific or historic interest
museums are so boring.
nowadays
in present times; these days
When I was young, teenagers never exposed their bellies, but nowadays young girls wear bikini tops in public
temple
a building used for religious worship
We went to the temple to pray.
throw
send through the air by the hand
Let's see who can throw further.
ugly
not attractive or pretty
He was wearing a really ugly tie.
broom
a brush with a long handle, used for cleaning the floor
Put the broom back in the closet when you are finished using it.
empty
not occupied; with nobody inside
When I arrived, the classroom was empty. The professor must have canceled class.
fix
to repair something
William spent the afternoon fixing his car.
itchy
having or causing an itching sensation
My mosquito bite was very itchy.
rip
to tear quickly and with force
I ripped my sleeve putting on m shirt this morning.
spill
to cause to fall from a container
I spilled milk all over the table.
stinky
having a bad smell
Even though the cheese was stinky, it tasted very good.
sweep
to clean, especially a floor, by using a brush to collect the dirt into one place from which it can be removed
After you sweep the kitchen, please do the dishes.
trash
anything that is worthless and of low quality
Please take the trash out when you leave in the morning.
turn on
to begin to use electricity
turn on the TV so we can watch the game.
bamboo
a tall plant of the grass family used in construction and furniture
The bed was made from bamboo and had a very Asian feel to it.
climb
to go up, or go up something or to the top of something
We climbed to the top of the mountain and looked over the city.
costume
a special clothing used for acting or special occasions
The actor's costume was quite lovely.
fur
the hair that covers the bodies of animals
The dog’s fur was soft.
plant
to put a seed or plant into the ground or into a container of earth so that it will grow
My brother and I planted a tree in the park today.
shell
the hard outer cover of an egg, fruit, NUT, or seed
You can eat the shell around some foods.
silly
not intelligent or sensible
David is never serious, he is silly.
stick
A stick is a thin branch which has fallen off a tree.
I collected all the sticks from the front yard and put them in the trash.
toothless
having no teeth
When babies are born, they are toothless.
turn
to move or cause something to move in a circle around a central point or line
His skin turned brown from spending time in the sun.
at all
in the slightest degree
I wasn't surprised at all by his comments.
bandage
a strip of cloth that is used to cover an injury on someone's body to protect it
Ralph put a bandage on his injured knee.
cough
to force air out of your lungs through your throat with a short, loud sound
She began to cough after entering the Smokey room.
fever
a condition in which the body's temperature is higher than usual, usually because of illness
I woke up this morning with a headache and a fever.
hit
to give someone or something a blow; a knock, to knock into something
The stone hit the side of the road.
medicine
a substance that you take to treat an illness
Although medicine doesn't taste nice, it helps you feel better.
run
to cause a liquid to flow, or to produce a liquid that flows
He has a cold and his nose is running.
shot
an injection of something, usually medicine
I got a flu shot last week.
stomachache
pain in the stomach
After eating too much ice cream, I got a stomachache.
suddenly
something happens suddenly, it happens quickly and unexpectedly.
My computer suddenly turned off and I was worried that I might have lost all my work.
bald
to have little or no hair on the head
Most babies are bald when they are born.
cart
a vehicle with two or four wheels that is pushed by a person, or pulled by an animal
Matthew put all the boxes on the cart and pushed it to the back room.
friendly
behave in a pleasant, kind way, and like to be with other people.
Jacob is a very friendly person.
frown
to bring your eyebrows together so that lines appear on your face above your eyes, in an expression of anger, or worry
Sarah frowned when she learned she was not one of the winners.
healthy
having good health
Luckily, the puppy was healthy.
mean
to represent something, or to refer to someone or something
These figures mean that almost 10% of the population is out of work.
shy
uncomfortable with other people and unwilling to talk to them
He was too shy to ask Doreen out for a date.
tease
to say something to someone in order to have fun by embarrassing or annoying them
Never tease someone when they are upset.
wrinkles
small folds in the skin
Spending too much time in the sun will give you wrinkles.
yell
to speak loudly and in anger
You don't need to yell, I can hear you!
coast
the side or border of land next to the sea
Tom's family drove to the east coast to see the sun rise at dawn.
collect
to bring together; to gather
David likes to collect CDs.
huge
very large
We were sailing along when all of a sudden we saw a whale. It was huge!
island
an area of land that has water around it
No people lived on the island.
lucky
having good luck
Cats are lucky to have nine lives.
near
close, to a point or place not far away
The park is near my house.
seashell
the empty shell of a small sea creature, often one found lying on the beach
The kids collected seashells on the beach.
stay
to not move away from or leave a place
Do not stay outside when the temperature is very cold.
submarine
a ship that can travel under water
My grandfather rode in a submarine when he was in the navy.
underwater
under the surface of water
Sharks spend their entire lives underwater.
hammer
a hand tool with a heavy metal end attached to a long handle that is used for hitting nails into wooden surfaces
I have a hammer, but I don’t have any nails.
hang
to fix or be fixed above ground by a hook, chord or chain etc.
I want to hang my favorite photo on the wall, but I don't have any.
invite
to ask or request someone to go to an event
Did you invite Carla to your birthday party?
ladder
a piece of equipment used for climbing up and down
Lenny used a ladder to reach the windows on the second floor.
mosquito
Mosquitoes are small flying insects which bite people and animals in order to suck their blood.
I was bitten by a mosquito while I was sleeping.
nail
a small thin piece of metal with one pointed end and one flat end which you hit into something with a hammer
I used some nails to hammer the board over the broken window.
narrow
pertaining to a limited scope or range
A narrow selection of the students was needed to determine the prize.
rope
strong, thick cord made of long twisted fibers
I tied the swing to the tree with some rope.
sound
to agree about something
Dinner at 7 sounds good to me.
tool
an item used to work or help perform work
The axe is a tool that is used for cutting down trees.
blond
yellow or golden in color
Michelle has long blond hair.
celebrate
to honor
Many people celebrate Easter by going to church.
crown
a head covering usually made of jewels and gold that royalty wear
The king had a beautiful crown of gold on his head.
dress up
to wear or put on formal/special clothes
Everyone dressed up for the big celebration. Cousin Maurice even wore a tie.
look like
to have a similar appearance as another
Your new purse looks like mine.
move away
to leave the area where one presently lives
My best friend who lived next door moved away when I turned six years old.
parrot
a tropical bird with a curved beak and brightly-colored or grey feathers
They had a lovely parrot at their house that could speak.
pirate
a person who attacks and robs ships at sea
The boys had a pirate birthday party.
stay
to remain in the same place
I was happy to hear that you will be staying with us tonight.
wear
to have clothing, jewelry, etc. on the body
Jason was wearing a heavy winter coat.
across
on the opposite side of
Voting will take place across the country.
bite
to use your teeth to cut into something or someone
Don't bite down too hard on the candy or you'll damage your teeth.
cheek
the soft part of your face which is below your eye and between your mouth and ears
She gave him a kiss on his cheek.
greet
to welcome someone with particular words or a particular action
Our host greeted us at the door.
handshake
a way people greet or leave each other, or agree on a decision, by grasping each other's hand
In many countries a business deal is done through a handshake.
huge
very large
We were sailing along when all of a sudden we saw a whale. It was huge!
pinch
to squeeze or compress between the finger and thumb
I had to pinch myself to make sure I wasn't dreaming.
seem
to give the effect of being; to be judged to be
She's only 20, but she seems to be much older.
shake
to make lots of small movements up and down, or from side to side, or to make someone do this
After the dog played in the water, he shook his body to dry himself.
wave
to raise your hand and move it from side to side as a way of greeting someone or adding emphasis to an expression
I waved to her from the window.
bug
an insect
My neighbor's son, collects bugs.
drop
to fall suddenly or unexpectantly
I dropped my bowl of ice cream on the floor.
for free
without charge
They gave us a sample of ice cream for free.
instead of
in place of
While trying to lose weight, it is important to be sure to eat three times a day, consume less calories and exercise, instead of starving yourself.
later
after a time
I’ll do my homework later.
order
a request to make, supply, or deliver food or goods
He took my order and went back to the kitchen.
oven
a large metal box-shaped device used to bake the food placed within it
Put the cake in the oven and bake it for 45 minutes.
strange
unusual or different
It was strange that he did not come into work on time.
though
despite this
Larry and I went to high school together. But I haven't seen him in years though.
wipe
to slide something, especially a piece of cloth, over the surface of something else, in order to remove dirt, food or liquid
I took a cloth and wiped the dust away from my computer screen.
celebrate
to engage in festivities
Many people celebrate weddings with big parties.
firework
a small container filled with explosive chemicals which produce bright colored patterns or loud noises when they explode
The fireworks lit up the night sky with color.
front
the part of a building, object or person's body which faces forward or which is most often seen or used
There is a big pin tree in the front of our house.
mad
very angry.
Are you still mad at me?
over
finished, completed, or ended
I'll be glad when this meeting is over.
shape
the physical form or appearance of something
The shape of her face is like an oval.
soon
shortly; near future
I told my friends that I will be back soon.
sound
something that you can hear or that can be heard
It sounds like life in Africa can be unstable and frightening due to all the civil unrest.
throw
send through the air by the hand
Let's see who can throw further.
town
a place where people live and work, containing many houses, shops, and entertainment facilities
Connie comes from a small town in England.
a bit
a small amount of anything or a short period of time
The soup was good but just a bit too salty for me.
catch
to take hold of something or someone
Were you able to catch him before he got on the bus?
chase
to hurry after someone or something
Our dog was chasing the neighbors cat.
get better
to improve
His condition will get better if he takes time to rest.
hurt
to cause physical damage or pain
I fell and on the floor and hurt my arm.
lick
to pass the tongue over and along something
You have to lick your ice cream quickly or it will melt.
miss
to fail to do or experience something planned or expected
I'm sorry, can you repeat that? I missed that last thing you said
on time
at the specified time
The train arrived right on time.
scary
causing fright or alarm
The movie was very scary.
way
a route, direction or path
Do you know the way to the beach?
around
in a circle, ring, or the like; so as to surround a person, group, thing, etc
We walked around the market looking for Sue's birthday present.
build
to form by combining materials or parts; to construct
My father builds houses for poor people.
claw
one of the sharp nails on an animal's paw or toe
Bears have sharp claws.
heavy
having a great deal of weight or to a great degree
A bowling ball is heavier than a baseball.
lake
a large area of water surrounded by land and not connected to the sea except by rivers and streams
We used to go boating on that lake.
north
the direction which goes toward the part of the Earth above the equator
The mountains are beautiful in the north of the country.
parrot
a tropical bird with a curved beak and brightly-colored or grey feathers
Some pirates have a parrot on their shoulder.
pet
an animal which is kept in the home as a companion and treated affectionately
I have a monkey for a pet.
south
the direction which goes toward the part of the Earth below the equator
The best beaches are in the south of the island.
special
not ordinary; exceptional
I wear that dress only on special occasions.
bowl
a round container that you use for eating, serving, or preparing food
Tom ate four bowls of rice!
clay
a soft, sticky mud used for making things
The artist's clay figures were extraordinary.
dirty
not clean
Maggie's skirt was all dirty.
drip
to produce drops of liquid
I could hear the water dripping from the faucet.
hole
an opening through something; gap
Who dug that hole in the garden?
messy
cluttered, disorderly
Her desk was always messy; she had paper everywhere.
pottery
tools made from baked clay
pottery looks simple, but it requires a lot of dexterity.
ruin
to damage greatly
He ruined his white shirt when he spilled tomato soup on himself.
stay on
to continue in a place, position or situation
They were happy that he decided to stay on at the company.
zookeeper
the person who takes care of the animals in the zoo.
The zookeeper was busy cleaning out the cages.
bloom
to grow or develop successfully, when a tree or plant opens to produce flowers
The flowers began to bloom in the early morning.
cactus
a plant that grows sharp spines on its surface and is usually found in deserts
The nice thing about owning a cactus is that it won't die if you forget to water it sometimes.
enough
as much as you need or as much as is necessary.
I have enough money to buy a new bike.
guess
to give an answer to a question when you do not have all the facts
I didn't know the answer, so I had to guess.
petal
any of the usually brightly colored parts that together form most of a flower
The red petals from the rose were soft.
plant
an organism that grows in soil or water and usually has green leaves
I don’t know whether I should buy a plant or a flower.
root
the part of a plant or tree that goes into the ground
Trees use their roots to take water and nutrients from the soil, and to remain attached to the ground in high winds.
sharp
very clearly divided
There is a sharp difference between Richard and his brother.
skin
the natural outer layer which covers a person, fruit, etc.
My skin became red after being in the sun too long.
worried
worried, troubled, or anxious
Everyone was worried when they heard the news about the fire.
build
to create and develop something
The town will build a new high school.
crowded
having many people in a small area
The theater was so crowded that he couldn't get a seat and had to sit on the floor.
far
at, to or from a great distance in space or time
How far is it from New York to California.
full
holding or containing as much as possible
The bad is full of garbage.
leave
to take someone or something
Don't leave your clothes all over your room.
miss
to fail to do or experience something planned or expected
I'm sorry, can you repeat that? I missed that last thing you said
open
ready to be used or provide a service
The store opens at 7am.
seat
a place where a person can sit
The seat needed new covers.
suitcase
usually rectangular piece of luggage for carrying clothing
My suitcase is so full I can barely zip it up.
trip
a journey in which you go somewhere, usually for a short time
My trip to Tahiti was incredible.
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