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Iris and Walter Vocabulary
country A community of farms, usually less buildings and people than a city -noun The country has lots of open spaces.
beautiful Very pretty -adjective The picture shows a beautiful scene.
front The opposite of back -adjective I can see the front of your shirt. A place where you stand with others behind you. -adverb Please get at the front of the line.
someone A person -noun Mrs. Story is someone important at our school.
somewhere A place -noun We will go somewhere special for lunch.
friend A pal, someone you like to play with -noun My friend and I will go to the playground together.
Roller-skate To move on roller skate, which are skates with wheels - verb I like to roller-skate in my driveway.
ladder A set of steps with two side pieces and rungs for climbing - noun The firemen are using a ladder to climb.
meadow A piece of grassy land -noun A meadow is a great place to picnic.
amazing Wonderful or surprising -adjective This surfer is doing an amazing job!
rural Describes the country -adjective My aunt lives on a farm in a rural part of the state.
urban Describes a city There is a lot of traffic with cars, trucks, and buses in an urban place.
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