Listening Time-Book 3 (E)
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championship
a contest held to decide who is the champion
The winners of the separate tournaments, joined together to compete in the championship.
goal
an aim; a purpose
My goal is to finish my degree in three years, so I will have to take some extra courses.
hit
to give someone or something a blow; a knock, to knock into something
The stone hit the side of the road.
kick
to strike out with the foot or feet
John, do not kick your brother!
pitch
to throw to the batter
In baseball, the pitcher tries to pitch the ball to the catcher without letting the batter hit it with the bat.
score
In a sport or game, if a player scores a goal or a point, they gain a goal or point.
Sam scored the winning run the baseball game.
shoot
to fire a bullet or an arrow
We shot arrows at the target.
sore
If part of your body is sore, it causes you pain and discomfort.
My legs are sore from mountain climbing.
teammate
a person who is on the same side or team as another
My teammates encouraged me to play hard even though we are losing.
yell
to give a loud, shrill cry; scream
You don't need to yell, I can hear you!
alike
in the same manner or form; similarly
Tom and David dress alike.
friendly
acting in a kind, helpful way toward someone
The people at the hotel were very friendly.
furry
having a lot of fur
My pet cat is quite furry.
keep
to stay edible: to not become bad
Put the milk back in the fridge so that it will keep.
line up
to form a line
All of the children lined up against the wall to take a picture.
mean
If someone is being mean, they are being unkind to another person.
Harold is always so mean to his little brother.
mess
something or someone that is in disarray or looks untidy
My room was a complete mess.
somewhere
You use somewhere to refer to a place without saying exactly where you mean.
I want to go somewhere for a couple of weeks, just to get away, but I can't decide where to go!
tiny
very small
Only add a tiny amount of pepper sauce. It's extremely hot!
wild
living in a state of nature without human control
wild animals like wolves should not be treated like a common house pet.
blow
to send out air
I made a wish and blew the candles out on my cake.
claw
one of the sharp nails on an animal's paw or toe
Bears have sharp claws.
knight
a medieval soldier
I wonder what it would have been like to be a knight, wearing a suit of armor and fighting with a sword.
magic
the use of special powers to make things happen
The magician used his magic to make the rabbit disappear.
shield
a broad piece of metal or wood used as protection against weapons
I used my hand to shield my eyes from the light.
sword
a long metal blade used for battle
The soldier used his sword to cut the rope.
throne
the state of being a ruler
Her brother is next in line to the throne.
turn into
to change into
The lake turned into ice when the temperature fell below the freezing point.
well-known
famous; talked about
Michael Jackson is a well-known celebrity.
wizard
a man with magical powers
The old wizard cast a spell on the frog so that it turned into a person.
embarrass
to cause someone to feel self-conscious and ill at ease
Kyle embarrassed Casey in front of the whole class.
fill
to make full
Cheers filled the room on Christmas day.
line
the written dialog that a person says in a movie or play
Manuel and Jim practice all of their lines for tomorrow's play.
nervous
If someone is nervous, they are frightened or worried about something that is happening or might happen.
She became nervous when the airplane started making some strange noises.
role
a part or character played
The role of the parents is to take care of the children.
scene
the place or setting where something occurs or is displayed
The crime scene was blocked off with police tape.
slip
to slide unintentionally
Doreen slipped on the newly waxed floor.
stage
an area in which actors perform
When I got on stage to do my part, I could see that everyone was looking at me.
witch
a woman supposed to have evil, magic powers
Which witch is scarier?
worry
If you worry, you keep thinking about problems that you have.
Think about your successes and don't worry about your failures.
beetle
an insect with a large body
Look out! There is a beetle crawling on your arm.
cloud
a visible collection of particles of water or ice suspended in the air
The blue sky was filled with large white clouds.
escape
to break loose; get free
We have to escape tonight from prison.
jar
a jar is a glass container with a lid storing food.
I put all my coins in a glass jar.
keep away
to prevent something from happening
Smoke keeps many insects away.
poison
a substance that can make a person ill or cause death when it is taken into the body
Romeo drank the poison.
poisonous
very harmful and able to cause illness or death
Not all mushrooms are edible; some are very poisonous.
protect
to make safe
Use sunscreen to protect your skin from the sun.
stink
a bad oder
There was a terrible stink in the bathroom.
toward
in the direction of
Can we go towards the cinema?
bang
an area of hair dangling over the forehead that is cut shorter than the rest of the hair
Stella wears bangs because she thinks she has a long forehead.
brace
something that connects, fastens, or supports
Many kids get braces to straighten their teeth.
cavity
a hole in a tooth
The dentist explained that I would need a filling as he found a cavity in one of my teeth.
dentist
a person who cares for diseases etc of the teeth, by filling or removing them etc
He went to the dentist to pull his loose tooth.
floss
to clean between the teeth using a special string
Daniel flosses his teeth before he goes to bed.
musician
a person who plays music for a living
I think most musicians can play more than one instrument.
often
frequently; many times
Ray goes to the salon very often.
take off
to remove something, usually clothing
You should take off your hat when you enter a building.
toothache
pain caused by something being wrong with the teeth
My toothache was so bad that I had to go and see a dentist.
toothpaste
a substance which usually contains fluoride to help strengthen and whiten the teeth
It is important to use toothpaste that has fluoride to protect your teeth.
backpack
a pack or knapsack, often of canvas or nylon, to be carried on one's back
Don’t forget to take your backpack to school.
bottom
the lowest possible location
The bottom of the soda can had a small amount of liquid left in it.
cheap
Goods or services that are cheap cost less money than usual or than you expected.
Food is so cheap in Vietnam and so delicious!
dig
to make a hole in the ground
First, dig a hole, and then put the seeds in it.
environment
all the things and conditions that surround a person, animal or plant
The environment is very fragile right now, we all must look after it.
mushroom
edible fungus, usually umbrella shaped
Grilled mushrooms smell and taste very nice.
recycle
to clean and change for a new use
You can help the environment by recycling paper.
shovel
a long tool with a metal scoop on one side that is used for digging
I used the shovel to dig a hole where we were going to plant the tree.
silly
not intelligent or sensible
David is never serious, he is silly.
symbol
a picture used to represent something
A heart is often used as a symbol of love.
disappoint
to fail to give or do something wanted, expected, or promised
David was disappointed because he couldn’t enter the competition.
get along with
to have good feelings or relations with another
My older brother and I really get along with each other.
grumpy
easily irritated
Belinda is very grumpy when she doesn't get enough sleep.
imagine
to realize or understand
Tom imagined himself as an astronaut.
jealous
feeling envy; envious
I'm so jealous of all the happy people and families.
search
to attempt to find
We searched all day for the right dress for the party.
selfish
thinking only of oneself and giving no thought to others
It's selfish to think that what we do today will have no effect on the earth tomorrow.
share
to allow others access to one's own property or knowledge
Some major recording companies have tried to prevent people from sharing music files over the Internet.
shelf
a thin slab of wood or metal fixed horizontally to a wall or in a frame that is used to hold objects
It was obvious that the house had not been cleaned in awhile because there was a thick layer of dust covering the shelves.
shocked
If something shocks you, it makes you feel very upset, because it involves death or suffering and because you had not expected it.
They were shocked when they saw that she had lost over 10kgs.
apron
a piece of clothe worn around the waist to keep one's clothes clean
Sylvia wiped her hands on her apron as she cooked.
bring
to take or carry someone or something to a place or a person
Please bring me your paper when you finish the test.
feather
one of the growths that form the outer covering of a bird
The peacock's feathers are amazing!
own
belonging to or done by a particular person or thing
He spent his own money.
shy
nervous or uncomfortable with other people
I am shy around new people.
stay up
to remain awake
Jill and Whitney stayed up all night talking about boys.
together
in conjunction with; combined
Let's all sing the song together!
travel
to go on a journey, or to visit different places
To travel you need to have both money and time.
twin
either of two children or animals born of the same mother at the same birth
The Olsen sisters are the most famous twin.
uncle
the brother of your father or mother
I think my uncle looks older than my grandpa!
blind
not able to see
The blind woman used a guide dog to help her get around.
disable
crippled or injured
Some disabled people need a wheelchair to get around.
freshly
recently done
I really enjoy freshly baked bread.
guide
to lead or direct in a certain direction
I will guide you on our trip around town.
hold
to take and keep something in your hand or arms
How much water can this bucket hold?
pet
to caress or stroke something, usually an animal
My dog likes it when I pet his belly.
rescue
to save someone from danger
The firefighter rescued the family from the burning house.
scent
a fragrance or aroma
The scent of Hillary's cookies made us all hungry.
sniff
to smell
Our dog always sniffs his food before he eats it.
wheelchair
a chair on wheels which people who are unable to walk use for moving around
After the operation on his knees, he used a wheelchair to get around.
afraid
frightened
David pretended he wasn't afraid but he couldn’t hide his expression.
goggle
a covering for the eyes, usually worn when doing some dangerous activity
I put on my goggles when I went snow boarding.
knee
the middle joint of the leg that allows it to bend
I bumped my knee against the edge of the table.
pad
a piece of soft thick cloth or rubber which is used to protect part of the body
The chair has soft pad to make it more comfortable.
scratch
to cut or damage a surface on your skin slightly with or on something sharp or rough
I scratched my knee when I fell onto the sidewalk.
sled
an object used for traveling over snow and ice and which has long metal strips on each side instead of wheels
The horses pulled our sled along the narrow path in the snow.
stomach
an organ in the body where food is digested
My stomach hurts from eating too much.
surf
to ride on a wave as it comes toward land, while standing or lying on a special board
surfing is very popular in places like Australia and Hawaii.
wave
a raised line of water that travels across the surface of the ocean, sea, or other body of water
There were huge waves because of the storm.
wheel
a circular object connected at the center to a bar which is made for making vehicles or parts of machinery work
The wheels on this cart makes it easy to move around.
both
two people or things together
I bought both pairs of sandals.
bring
to take something or someone with you from one place to another
Can you remember to bring your car?
burrito
a tortilla folded over a filling, as of ground beef, grated cheese, or refried beans.
My favorite burrito is vegetarian.
chef
a person who prepares food
My dad is a great chef.
field trip
a visit made by students to study something away from their school
Our field trip to the zoo was both educational and fun.
grade
a mark or score in a school course of study
A good grade will boost the confidence of the student.
hand in
to submit something
I almost forgot to hand in my homework assignment.
miss
to fail to hit something or to avoid hitting something
I shot the ball but missed the hoop completely.
puddle
small pool of water
The pig rolled in the puddle of mud.
solve
to find the answer for some problem
I could not solve the difficult math problem.
count
to say numbers one after the other in order
Jenna went under the water and I counted how long she could hold her breath.
echo
a sound that is heard after it has been reflected off a surface such as a wall or a cliff
The echo of his cry could be heard for several seconds in the cave.
explore
to search and discover
The Vikings were the first Europeans to explore North America.
far
at or to a great distance
We sailed far ahead of anyone else.
freeze
to become solid because of the cold
In the winter, the lake usually freezes.
mean
If someone is being mean, they are being unkind to another person.
Samantha was mean to her younger sister.
pass by
to proceed past something
I pass by the bakery on my way home from school.
sink
to fall or descend slowly
The water level of the lake sank about six inches during the hot summer.
stick
to be unable to move in any direction
Our car was stuck in the mud.
underground
below the ground
Subway systems operate primarily underground.
alone
being apart from other people
Sometimes, I like to be alone.
broken
to be in pieces, fragmented
A broken heart cannot be fixed.
carry
If you carry something, you take it with you.
I usually carry a pen with me everywhere I go.
check out
to view or look at
Did you have a chance to check out the new motorcycles?
fit
to be the right size or shape for someone or something
It is hard to find the piece that fits correctly in this jigsaw puzzle.
invent
to produce for the first time
Thomas Edison is credited with having invented such items as the light bulb, the phonograph, and the film projector.
look for
seek or to try and find
I was looking for a scarf to buy as a present for my friend's birthday.
send
to send a letter, email etc. to someone
Tom sent off a package to his mom for her birthday.
turn on
to begin to use electricity
turn on the light so we can see what we are doing.
work
to function in the right way
My car does not work to well in the cold weather.
athlete
people who are very good at sports or physical exercise
The athletes all lined up for the competition.
figure
characterized by fire
Tony made figures of his family out of clay.
next to
beside
The bakery is right next to the supermarket, so you can buy your bread and groceries together.
pack
to put something into a bag, box, etc.
Joanie packed her lunch in her backpack.
rain forest
a forest in a tropical area which receives a lot of rain
The Amazon rain forest is the largest in the world.
ride
to travel on a bike
She wants to ride rollercoasters in the park.
send
to send a letter, email etc. to someone
Tom sent off a package to his mom for her birthday.
turn
to become or change into something
His skin turned brown from spending time in the sun.
visitor
someone who visits a person or place
We had so many visitors to the restaurant today.
wax
a museum with wax copies of famous people usually in scenes associated with their lives
We went to a wax museum and saw a scene where Benjamin Franklin was flying a kite in a storm.
ancient
extremely old; referring to times long ago
We studied the ancient civilizations of Greece in our history class.
bite
grabbing something with the teeth
I took a bite of my sandwich and quickly spit it out.
meal
the main food of the day
My mom cooks wonderful meals.
peel
to remove the top layer of something
peel the banana before you eat it!
popular
generally liked
The number one movie was popular among the younger crowd.
raisin
a dried black grape
A little box of raisins is a good snack in the middle of the day.
scary
frightening
The scary monster is living in my closet!
share
to allow others access to one's own property or knowledge
Some major recording companies have tried to prevent people from sharing music files over the Internet.
sour
having a sharp, sometimes unpleasant taste like a lemon
Grapefruits are healthy but they are too sour for me to enjoy.
stew
a type of food usually consisting of meat or fish and vegetables
Amanda made us a delicious beef stew.
throw away
to get rid of; to put in the trash
throw away anything not useful.
chew
to bite and grind with the teeth
Please chew with your mouth closed.
cross
to go or extend across; pass from one side of to the other
Please be careful when you cross the busy street.
elbow
the part in the middle of the arm where it bends
I always put pads on my elbows when I in-line skate.
gum
a sweetened and flavored insoluble plastic material used for chewing
Oh no! There is gum stuck to my shoe.
leave
to leave behind
Please leave a message with the secretary if I am not in.
librarian
a person who works in the library
The librarian told me where to find some books about fossils.
loud
marked by intensity or volume of sound
I woke up from the loud noise coming from the construction site.
polite
considerate; courteous; nice
The polite gentleman kindly offered to let the pregnant woman have his seat on the subway train.
pop
to break; burst
The balloon popped and made a loud noise.
rude
making people angry by one's bad behavior or unkind words
He yelled at the waitress, and the owner asked him to leave the restaurant because of his rude behavior.
anymore
at the present or from now on; usually used with a negative
Tom couldn't eat anymore.
cage
a structure of bars or wires in which birds or other animals are confined
We need to put the tiger back into her cage.
care
to be concerned with
I don't care if you like it or not, you have to eat it!
close
to shut
close the window if there is too much wind.
friendship
when two or more people become friends
Mae and Su-bin have a good friendship.
hide
to put something in a place so that no one can find it
If you hide something somewhere you have to remember where you put it.
lock
When you lock something, you fasten it, usually with a key, so that other people cannot open it.
I put my valuables in the safe and locked the door.
neither
not either of two things or people
neither Tom nor Nancy can make the meeting tonight.
secret
a private technique or strategy
Please do not tell anyone about my secret.
zookeeper
A zookeeper is the person who takes care of the animals in the zoo.
The zookeeper has to make sure that all the animals have clean areas in which to roam.
astronaut
a person trained to pilot, navigate, or otherwise participate as a crew member of a spacecraft
We are learning about famous astronauts in school this week.
brave
being strong despite fear
Running into the burning building to save the trapped children was a brave act.
come true
to have some wish, desire, or hope actually happen
My dream of meeting the president came true.
Earth
the planet that we live on
We must all help to protect the earth and the creatures that live on it.
float
to stay on top of a liquid; to stay up in the air
The children had a wonderful time watching their toy boats float along the river
planet
a very large round object that moves around a sun or around another star
More and more planets have been discovered.
space
the area that contains all things in the universe
I wonder if one day we will all live in space.
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.
stinky
having a bad smell
The garbage in the alley was stinky.
view
the things that you are able to see from a specific place
The view from the top of the moutain was awesome.
arcade
a place were people pay a small price to play video games
My dad use to like to visit the arcade and play the pinball machines.
bother
worry, disturb, or upset (someone)
The sight of traffic bothers me.
careful
showing care or attention
Please be careful while you are holding the baby.
cross
to go or extend across; pass from one side of to the other
Please be careful when you cross the busy street.
crosswalk
a special area where pedestrians can cross the road safely
Please walk within the white lines of the crosswalk.
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.
dangerous
involving or filled with danger
That construction site is very dangerous.
direction
the path a person or object moves along
We headed south for two hours, but we had to change directions as we were going the opposite way!
sidewalk
the path with a hard surface that is beside the side of the road
When it snows, I usually have to make sure that the sidewalk remains clear so people can easily pass through.
traffic light
one of a set of red, yellow, and green lights that controls the flow of traffic
The small town only had one traffic light at its main intersection.
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