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Unit 1 Everyday Terms
CALF 1. A calf is a young cow or bull. Yeon jae noticed the baby calf stays close to its mother.
CALF 2. The calf is the back part of the leg between the knee and the ankle. Hyoung’s left calf itches where the poison ivy touched it.
CLAW A claw is the sharp curved nail on the toe of a bird or animal. Daniel held out his hand, and the parrot wrapped its claws around his finger.
COUPLE two things of the same kind. There are a couple of cups of hot, green tea on the table that Judy will enjoy with her mother.
COUPLE is two people who do things together David wished he could dance like the skilled couple.
CUSHION a pillow or a pad with a soft filling. Marilyn rested her head on the cushion and talked on her cell phone.
FLAP 1.something attached on only one side so that it can move freely. Nazo licked the flap of the envelope and then pressed it down.
FLAP 2. to move up and down. Shohei heard the geese flap their wings as they flew over the pond.
GROOM 1A. a person who takes care of horses The groom led the horse out of the stall to brush it. 2B. to clean or make neat Ten’s cat groomed his messy fur by licking it until it was smooth.
GROOM 3. a man who is getting married. The groom slipped the wedding ring on the bride's finger.
SHELTER anything that covers or protects. Our dog looks for shelter under the bed when he hears thunder. The umbrella sheltered Jay from the rain.
YARD 1.the land around a building Annie lives in a house with a large yard. 2. a length equal to three feet or thirty- six inches. You need three yards of cloth to make your costume for the play.
Parts of Animals. Where Do Animals Live? Where do animals live? Some animals live in a pond. Some live in the ocean. Some live in the forest. Some live.
Adapted from: Play by the Rules. Follow the directions carefully. The animal has a body shaped like a big triangle. Its head is shaped like a bumpy circle.
The Body and Health 1.2 Parts of the Body - The Hands and Feet.
book: group of printed sheet of papers held together by a cover That is her book.
BODY PARTS GAME HEAD HANDS EYES FINGERS NOSE FEET MOUTH KNEES TEETH
His name is Filly. How many eyes has Filly got? He has got two eyes.
The step after the ceremony for agreement to marry is engagement. The engagement ceremony is held in the bride’s home and the costs of the ceremony.
Digraph /th/. then To do after. First we work then we can play.
He feels sad. What color ends with the letter ‘d’?
Giraffes are mammals. They have very long necks. The tallest Giraffe is up to nineteen feet tall!
You may wonder why a wedding has some kind of symbolic gestures and what they mean. Many times, many of our documents are in fact some remnants of history.
What is the best birthday present for the
The people Look for some people. Write it down. By the water
One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish A famous Dr. Seuss book my way.
How Can We Group Animals?
Answers TB p. 19 exercise 2E While I was walking, I heard a strange noise As I looked up, something hit me on the head As soon as the thing hit me, everything.
Second Grade English High Frequency Words
All about Koalas. Once koalas lived every where, but now the only place in the wild you can find them is Australia There are 3 species of koalas: Victor,
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