Monthly Archives: November 2014

ESL Words – flock, single file, gush – English Lesson

Birds are flocking on the beach. Birds are flying in single file. Water is gushing from the ground. A) Birds are flying in the sky. B) Birds are floating in the water. C) Birds are flocking on the beach. (a) … Continue reading

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English Vocabulary Lesson – camouflage, crisscross, flash – ESL Words

An insect is camouflaging on a leaf. Pieces of lumber are crisscrossed. The lighthouse is flashing. A) An insect is camouflaging on a leaf. (a) B) The insect is hiding under a leaf. C) The color of the insect is … Continue reading

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ESL Vocabulary Lesson – sit up, squat, tarnish – English Words

The woman has just sat up. The child is squatting on her heels. The coin has tarnished. A) The woman is lying on her back. B) The woman has just sat up. (a) C) The woman has just stood up. … Continue reading

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ESL Lesson – gouge, levitate, blur – English Words

Some holes are gouged on the trunk. The man is performing as if he was levitating. Mist blurs the view. A) Some holes are gouged on the trunk. (a) B) A hole is being dug on the ground. C) Birds … Continue reading

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ESL Lesson – beverage, exit, flatten – English Words

The girl is drinking a bottle of beverage. The person is exiting the building. The can has been flattened. A) The girl has just finished drinking a bottle of beverage. B) The girl is drinking a bottle of beverage. (a) … Continue reading

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English Words – show, sink into, damp – ESL EFL Lesson

EFL The window shows the ocean. The tires of the car have sunk into the mud. The girl’s hair is damp. A) The window shows the ocean. (a) B) The window shows mountains. C) The window is open. A) The … Continue reading

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Learning English Words – wedge, wag, walk past – ESL Lesson

The gate has been wedged open. The dog is wagging its tail. They are walking past the parked cars. A) The gate has been wedged open. (a) B) The gate is being opened. C) The gate is closed. A) The … Continue reading

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