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afternoon
the part of the day between midday and evening
apple
a hard round fruit with green or red skin
appointment
an arrangement to see somebody at a particular time
avenue
a wide road or street
away
to or in another place
bagel
a type of bread roll in the shape of a ring
bakery
a place where bread and cakes are baked to be sold in shops
careful
thinking about what you are doing so that you do not make a mistake or have an accident
below
in or to a lower place than somebody or something
beside
at the side of somebody or something
birthday
the day each year that is the same as the date when you were born
block
a big heavy piece of something, with flat sides
blow
to send air out from your mouth
bread
food made from flour and baked in an oven
breakfast
the first meal of the day
breezy
with the wind blowing somewhat strongly
cake
sweet food that you make from flour, eggs, sugar, and butter and bake in the oven
calendar
a list of the days, weeks, and months of one year
calm
quiet, and not excited or afraid
chilly
cold
cloudy
the sky is full of clouds
competition
a game or test that people try to win
contests
games or competitions that people try to win
corner
a place where two lines, walls, or roads meet
date
the number of the day, the month, and sometimes the year
daytime
the time when it is day and not night
desk
a type of table, often with drawers, that you sit at to write or work
dinner
the largest meal of the day
donut (doughnut)
a small round cake that is cooked in oil
door
the way into a building or room
down
in or to a lower place
downtown
in or to the center of a city, especially its main business area
dry cleaner
a shop where you take your clothes and other things to get dry cleaned
earth
the planet that we live on
everything
each thing; all things
everywhere
in all places or to all places
February
the second month of the year
float
to stay on top of a liquid
flower
the brightly colored part of a plant that comes before the seeds or fruit
florist
a person who owns or works in a shop that sells flowers
foggy
with a thick cloud close to the ground, and which is difficult to see through
freezing
very cold
from
a word that shows where somebody or something starts
game
something you play that has rules
get married
legally get a husband or a wife
high school
a school in the U.S. and some other countries for young people between the ages of 14 and 18
hole
an empty space or opening in something
hot
having a high temperature
humid
warm and wet
ice
water that has become hard because it is frozen
icy
covered with ice
inside
the part near the middle of something
in back of
behind something
in front of
in a position that is further forward than someone or something but not very far away
January
the first month of the year
lab
a special room where scientists work
lunch
a meal that you eat in the middle of the day
March
the third month of the year
May
the fifth month of the year
messy
untidy or dirty
meet
to come together by chance or because you have planned it
middle
the part that is the same distance from the sides, edges, or ends of something
midnight
twelve o'clock at night
Monday
the day of the week after Sunday and before Tuesday; the first day of the work week
month
one of the twelve parts of the year
morning
the first part of the day, between the time when the sun comes up and the middle of the day
mountain
a very high hill
neat
with everything in the right place and done carefully
next to
in or into a position right beside someone or something
night
the part of the day when it is dark and most people sleep
noon
twelve o'clock in the middle of the day
o'clock
used after the numbers 1 to 12 for saying the time
October
the tenth month of the year
office
a place where people work, usually at desks
on top of
on, over, or covering something or someone
opposite
a word or thing that is as different as possible from another word or thing
organized
with everything planned or arranged
outside
the part of something that is away from the middle
papers
important pieces of paper with writing on them
parking lot
an area where people can leave their cars
part
a section, piece, or feature of something
party
a time when friends meet, usually in somebody's home, to eat, drink, and enjoy themselves
pasta
an Italian food that is made from flour, water, and sometimes eggs, which comes in many different shapes
pharmacist
a person who prepares and sells medicines
pile
a lot of things on top of one another
place
a particular area or position
pleasant
nice, enjoyable, or friendly
post office
a building where you go to send letters and packages and to buy stamps
rain
the water that falls from the sky
rainy
with a lot of rain
ring
the sound that a bell makes
round
one part of a game or competition
sandwich
two pieces of bread with other food between them
Saturday
the day of the week after Friday and before Sunday
shift
to move something from one place to another
smog
dirty poisonous air that can cover a whole city
smoggy
with dirty poisonous air that is covering an area
snack
a small quick meal
snowing
with soft white pieces of frozen water that fall from the sky when it is very cold
stay
to be in the same place and not go away
stormy
with strong wind and rain
street
a road in a city, town, or village
store
a shop
summery
typical of or suitable for the summer
sunny
bright and warm with light from the sun
supermarket
a big shop where you can buy food and other things for your home
sweater
a warm piece of clothing with long sleeves, which you wear on the top part of your head
ten
10
time
a period of seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, months, or years
under
in or to a place that is lower than or below something
warm
having a pleasant temperature that is fairly high
wastebasket
a container where you put things like paper that you do not want
weather
how much sun, rain, or wind there is at a certain time, or how hot or cold it is
Wednesday
the day of the week after Tuesday and before Thursday
wind
air that moves
windy
with a lot of wind
year
a period of 365 days from January 1 to December 31
yoga
a system of exercises that helps you relax both with your body and your mind
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