Vocabulary

Sea Animals – English Vocabulary

Sea Animals – English Vocabulary Clams, crab, fish, seal, dolphin, shells, shrimp, pelican, shark, starfish and etc… Follow the list for others and visual expressions;

Phrasal Verbs Related To Health

Phrasal Verbs Related To Health Pass away, run over, come down with, fight off, come to, pass out, get over. Follow the list for explanations;

Phrasal Verbs Around the House

Phrasal Verbs Around the House Take out the trash, hang up your clothes, take down (a picture), turn on (the lamp/TV/…) , turn off, put on music and etc…

Happy Birthday – English Vocabulary

Happy Birthday – English Vocabulary Balloons, birthday cards, candy, chocolate, fruits, candels, gifts and etc… Follow the list for other objects;

Classroom Objects – English Vocabulary

Classroom Objects – English Vocabulary Desk, chair, books, notebooks, pencils, stapler, calculator, glue, funnel and etc… Follow the list;

Phrasal Verbs with PULL

Phrasal Verbs with PULL Pull apart, pull in, pull off, pull out, pull on, pull over. Meanings and example sentences. Follow the list;

Womans Clothing – English Vocabulary

Womans Clothing – English Vocabulary Hat, purse, boots, sweater, skirt, dress, shorts, slip, panties and etc… Follow the detailed list;

Male, Female and Young Animals – English Vocabulary

Male, Female and Young Animals – English Vocabulary Tom – queen – kitten, dog – bitch – puppies, rooster – hen – chick, drake – duck – ducklings  and etc..

Idioms with CAT in English

Idioms with CAT in English When the cat’s away, the mice will play. Put the cat among piegons. Let the cat out of the bag. and etc…

Collocations with DO

Collocations with DO Do exercises, do homework, do the housework, do the dishes, do one’s best and etc… Follow the detailed list;