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Ppt created by R.Surendran. Agasthiya vidyalaya.
RRam took an oath to abide by the law. AAbide: to conform to
RRahul accused pavithra of telling lies. AAccuse: to charge with a fault or offense
JJuliet is addressing a letter to her friend. AAddress: to greet by a prescribed form
The sponge absorbs water. Absorb: to suck up or take up
Vikram’s legs were aching after the long walk. Ache: dull persistent pain.
Nikil is adjusting his watch. Adjust: to bring to a more satisfactory state.
The guard admitted the children into the park. Admit: to allow entry
Dhanush is accessing the computer. Access: ability to make use of something.
Subashree accepted the gifts on her birthday. Accept: to receive willingly.
Hariharan acted as a prince in the play. Act: the doing of a thing.
John added another pencil to his collection. Add: to bring about an increase
Ravi decided to adopt the poor puppy he found on the road. Adopt: to sponsor the care and maintenance
Sharon is adorning the Christmas tree. Adorn: to enhance the appearance of something with beautiful objects.
Arjun aimed carefully before pelting the stone. Aim: to direct toward a specific object.
Rohit amused Dinesh with his tricks. Amuse: entertain with a sense of humour
Mother advised Rahul not to talk to strangers. Advise: caution or warn
The dog alarmed the cat by jumping over it. Alarm: disturb,excite
Ramesh always annoyed suresh with his silly grin. Annoy: to disturb or irritate by repeated acts
Kiran is affixing a stamp on the letter. Affix: to attach physically
The policeman stopped the traffic and allowed Padma to cross the road. Allow: to permit
Sita answered the door bell. Answered: something done in response
Somu and Balu agreed to finish their homework before dinner. Agree: to accept or concede something
Rudra is altering the height of her bicycle seat. Alter: to make different without changing into something else.
Sachin pulled his toy apart. Apart: to pieces
The magician made the rabbit appear out of the hat. Appear: to show up
Nithiya is applying cream on her face. Apply: to lay or spread on
Sunitha approached her teacher Mrs. Elizabeth for help. Approach: to draw closer
Bhim and Ragu argue over everything. Argue: disagree in words
Sumitra arranged all her books neatly on her desk. Arranged: to put into proper order
The Police arrested the thief. Arrest: the taking or detaining in custody by law.
Rosy asked Padmini for some water. Ask: to make a request of
The teacher assigned to Ravindran, a project in science. Assign: to appoint to a duty
Mother assured Geetha that she was safe in her arms. Assure: to make sure or certain
Deepthi attached a greeting card to the letter. Attach: to bring into an association
Dhoni attained glory as he won the world cup. Attain: to reach as an end.
Mithun avoided the traffic on his way home from school. Avoid: to keep away from
Vikas lay wide awake the whole night. Awake:to become active again
Simon is babbling as he lies in hospital. Babble: to utter meaningless sound
Dinesh’s dog bagged the first prize at the dog show. Bag: to achieve in competition
Dheeraj is baiting the fish with some worms. Bait:something ( as food)used in luring esp. to a hook
Simran was baking a cake for the first time. Bake:to cook by dry heat like in a oven.
Gymnasts balance themselves on a narrow beam. Balance: to equal or equalize in weight,propotion or number.
Narmada’s sister bandaged her wound. Bandage: a strip of fabric used to cover or dress wounds
The vehicle banged against a wall. Bang: to knock or hit with a sharp noise
The dog barked at the rabbit. Bark: short loud cry of a dog.
Neha is basking in the sun. Bask: to lie or relax in a pleasant warmth or atmosphere.
Vishal bathes everyday. Bathe: to take a bath.
The beating of the drum echoed through the jungle. Beat : to hit or strike repeatedly.
Raju beckoned kumar from outside the classroom. Beckon : to signal typically with a wave or nod
The old lady was found begging near the temple. Beg : to ask for as a charity
Yuvraj singh bent down to pick up the ball. Bend : to turn from straight to curved or angular
The teacher asked Rohit to bind his books. Bind: to wrap around with something so as to enclose or cover
Adam will bite the apple. Bite : to seize especially with teeth or jaws
The rocket blasted off into the sky. Blast off : used especially of rocket propelled missiles and vehicles.
The little lamb is bleating for his mother. Bleat : the cry of a sheep or goat.
Peter had a nasty fall and her knee was bleeding. Bleed : to emit or lose blood
The wind blows strongly during a storm. Blow : to move with speed or force
The protestors blocked the traffic. Block : halting the progress or movement
The thief blurted out the truth on being questioned by the police. Blurted : to utter abruptly and impulsively.
Sam blushed when priya started praising him. Blushed : to become red in the face especially from shame, modesty or confusion.
Vijay is boasting about his new car. Boast : a cause for pride.
Sunder asked Ramesh whether he could borrow pencil from him. Borrow : to receive with the implied intention of returning the same or equivalent.
Kumble walked along bouncing the ball. Bounce : to cause to rebound or be reflected.
Shruthi bowed after her performance. Bow: to bend the head, body or knee in reverence or submission.
Nehra bowled Ricky ponting out. Bowl : a delivery of the ball in bowling.
The donkey brayed loudly. Bray : loud harsh cry of the donkey.
Saravanan broke the branch off the tree. Break : to separate into parts with suddenness
Sunil breathed deeply before diving into the swimming pool. Breathe : to draw air into and to expel it from the lungs.
Anil bullies sankar. Bully : to affect by means of force or coercion.
Ramdev brings newspaper every morning. Bring: to carry forward
Ranjitha brushes her teeth twice a day. Brush : an act of brushing
It took 18 years to build Tajmahal. Build: to cause to be constructed.
Jack fell down and bumped his head. Bump : a sudden forceful blow, impact or jolt
The balloon burst with a bang. Burst : to break open or apart or into pieces usually from impact or pressure from within
The dog is burying a bone Bury : to conceal by or as if by covering with earth.
Sandeep buttoned up his shirt. Button : to close or fasten with button.
Nikil went shopping to buy some chocolates. Buy : to make a purchase
Manoj called out to his friend to wait for him. Call : to make a request or demand.
The drowning boy called for help. Call for : shout or request for help.
Balu and Mukesh camped in the jungle. Camp : temporary shelter
Mani is carrying the basket home. Carry : to move while supporting
Harbhajan is about to catch the ball. Catch : to take hold of or seize
Ben is trying hard to catch up with carl lewis. Catch up : to travel fast enough to overtake an advance party.
The bulls charged at the crowd. Charge : to rush forward in or as if in assault
The Lion chased the deer in the jungle but couldn’t catch one. Chase : to follow rapidly
Molly and Parul are chatting over the phone. Chat : idle small talk
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