Reading Future-Connect 3 (E)
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spread
to share with other people
Did you tell everyone and spread the news about my party?
adopt
to accept an animal or a child into the family
My aunt and uncle will adopt a baby who lost his parents.
donation
giving something for free
The grocery store gives out food donations to help poor people.
shelter
a safe place for animals or people
Let’s give these clothes to the shelter for homeless people.
inspire
to make someone want to do something
My teachers inspire me to read every day.
volunteer
to work or help without pay
Are you going to volunteer at the hospital? They need help there.
visit
to go to see someone
Every day, I visit my grandmother in the hospital.
raise
to collect money for someone or something
I sell cookies to raise money for sick kids.
thousand
the number 1,000
There are thousands of kinds of fish in the ocean.
box
a case for holding something
He opened the box and took out his new computer.
destroy
to break so that something cannot be used anymore
Fire destroyed many buildings in the city.
poor
having very little money
They gave the poor family food and clothes.
holiday
a special day, sometimes with no school or work
Monday is a(n) holiday, so we won’t come to school.
weed
a plant that is not wanted
People don’t like weeds because they kill other plants.
dig
to make a hole in the ground
He is digging a big hole in the garden.
remove
to take away
Before a test, you must remove all of your books from your desk.
garbage
things people throw away; trash
The park doesn’t look nice because there is garbage everywhere.
improve
to make better
Some people wear glasses to improve their eyesight.
lollipop
a large piece of candy on a stick
Doctors don’t like lollipops because they have a lot of sugar.
delicious
tasting very good; yummy
We ate delicious food and played together last weekend.
success
achieving a goal
He won first prize and is excited about his success.
earn
to get money for work you do
I want a good job so I can earn a lot of money.
dream
to want or imagine a nice thing
She dreams of becoming a dancer in the future.
neighborhood
a smaller part of a city or town
My friend’s neighborhood has a lot of nice parks.
mistake
something wrong
I made a big mistake on the test and got a bad grade.
disease
illness of people, animals, or plants
People can get serious diseases if they don’t exercise enough.
healthy
not sick
Eating lollipops all the time is not healthy for your body.
medical
about doctors and health
The nurse went to medical school for three years.
analyze
to study closely
The scientist has to analyze the information from the test.
compare
to look for the differences or similarities
The brothers compared their hand sizes.
object
a thing you can see or touch
There are lots of sharp object on the ground.
worried
unhappy about problems you might have
Some parents are worried about their kids watching too much TV.
at least
a minimum of
You need at least 90% to get an A.
according to
giving credit to another person for their words
According to the weather report, it’s going to rain this afternoon.
result
an effect; something that happens because of something else
For the best result, put two drops in each eye every hour.
second
a very short time; there are 60 in one minute
It only takes a few seconds to make a mistake, so take your time.
bright
having or making a lot of light
The moon is very bright, so it’s easy to see tonight.
skin
the cover on the outside of your body
It is important to take care of your skin. Wash with soap and water.
give off
to send out light or energy
My new desk lamp gives off enough light to read.
mood
the way someone feels
He is in a bad mood because he didn’t win the game.
usual
normal; most times
Where is the train? It is later than usual.
effect
a result; something caused by something else
Resting before a test can have a good effect on your score.
liver
a body part that cleans the blood and helps the body use food
If you eat food that is not clean, your liver might have problems.
fingernails
the hard part at the end of each finger
She has long fingernails that are painted red.
infection
a disease caused by a virus
His ear hurts. He has an ear infection, but it’s not serious.
joint
the part of the body where two bones come together
Stretching after exercise keeps our joints and muscles healthy.
lung
the part of the body used for breathing
When I run, I breathe fast and my lungs work hard.
cancer
when unhealthy cells in the body grow fast and attack healthy cells
My uncle got skin cancer from going in the sun too much.
mix
putting two or more things together
The city is a great mix of old and new.
include
to take in as part of a group
Please include your younger brother when you play.
developer
someone who makes new things
My aunt is a developer for a computer company.
viewer
someone who is looking at something
Many viewers watched the show on TV.
character
a person in a book, movie, or play
I like the main character in that story.
setting
the place where a story happens
The setting of the movie was in France.
writer
someone who writes for a job
One famous writer from England is Shakespeare.
publish
to print and sell a book
The company will publish the new book next year.
novel
a long book about imaginary characters and events
This novel is my favorite because of the main character.
nearby
not far away
The people eating lunch in the park work in an office nearby.
eventually
after some time; finally
The rain eventually stopped, so they went out to play.
decide
to make a choice about something
He can’t decide which tie to wear.
play
a piece of writing, usually performed in a theater
My friend will be an actor in a(n) play next year.
fantasy
an imagined story, usually with magic
I like to read fantasy books because I like imagining different worlds.
speak
to say words; to use one’s voice
He can read English, but he doesn’t speak it well.
language
the way people communicate by talking and writing
Learning a(n) language like Mandarin is not easy.
alone
without any other people
Do not think you are alone. I’m standing behind you.
another
one more; some other thing
She won three races last month. She won another race this week.
invent
to make something new
Gina wants to invent a robot that can clean her room.
exist
to be real
The internet didn’t exist when my grandparents were young.
subway
an underground train
The subway was very crowded, so we couldn’t sit down.
air conditioner
a machine that keeps the air in a building cool
I don’t like to sleep with the air conditioner turned on in my room.
predict
to say that something will happen in the future
I predict that it will snow on the first day of November.
describe
to give information about something
Can you please describe the ring that you lost?
machine
an object with moving parts that uses electricity or a motor to do work
A factory uses many machines to make a car.
model
an object that looks like another one but is usually smaller
The model boat floated because they made it like the real one.
website
a place on the internet that has information
The school’s website showed pictures of students having fun.
data
facts, numbers, and information
She interviewed people and collected data to write the report.
decision
a choice you make
It was a bad decision to eat so much before sleeping.
history
past events
The history of Korea in the Joseon time is very interesting.
express
to show with a sign or symbol
You can express your opinion by sending letters.
subtract
to take one number away from the other number
My sister learned how to add and subtract numbers at school.
multiply
to add a number to itself a certain number of times
Weeds will multiply quickly if you don’t remove them.
divide
to find how many times one number goes into another number
You should divide the cake into even slices.
remain
stay in the same state or condition
He ate up all the cookies. None remain.
amount
how much there is of something
This food has a large amount of calcium and vitamin D.
fraction
part of a whole
She was not hungry, so she ate only a fraction of her lunch.
graph
pictures that help us understand data
The parents made a graph to show how fast their children grew.
symbol
a thing that represents something else
Letters are all symbols for different sounds.
follow
to come after something
The child followed her mother into the kitchen.
form
to make something
The teacher asked us to form a circle with our desks.
explain
to make a thing easy to understand
We need to explain the picture graph so they understand it.
outstanding
something that is excellent or special
We had a(n) outstanding day at the beach because the weather was perfect.
secret
something others don’t know
She told me a(n) secret about her mother. No one else knows it.
angle
the space between two lines that join
From that angle, she could see the mountain clearly.
pile
things placed on top of each other
This is a(n) pile of books that I read in high school.
pour
fall quickly in a steady stream
My brother poured water for everyone at the table.
measurement
the size, length, or amount of something
It was easy to compare our heights because he put all the measurements into a graph.
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