Monthly Archives: January 2015

ESL Vocabulary – crinkle, made of, made from

A piece of paper has been crinkled. The house is mainly made of bricks. White bread is mainly made from flour. A) A piece of paper has been balled up. B) A piece of paper is smooth. C) A piece … Continue reading

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ESL Vocabulary – orbit, occupied, vacant – English Lesson

The earth orbits the sun. Most of the tables are occupied. Most of the tables are vacant. A) The earth orbits the moon. B) The earth orbits the sun. (a) C) The sun orbits the earth. A) Most of the … Continue reading

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ESL Vocabulary – crack, deflate, inflate – English Lesson

The shell of the chestnuts has cracked open. The boat has been deflated. The girl is inflating a balloon. A) Chestnuts are growing on a tree. B) The shell of the chestnuts is being pried open. C) The shell of … Continue reading

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ESL Vocabulary – stomp, deep-fry, pull-up

The boy is stomping on the sand. The food is being deep-fried. The man is doing a pull-up. A) The boy is stomping on the sand. (a) B) The boy and girl are sitting on the beach. C) The boy … Continue reading

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ESL Vocabulary – stoop, swarm, shell – English Lesson

The girl has stooped to pick up something. Bees are swarming. Pistachios have been shelled. A) The girl has stooped to pick up something. (a) B) The girl has crouched down. C) The girl has sat down on the sand. … Continue reading

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ESL Vocabulary – hitch, knot, trek

The horse is hitched to the wagon. The clothes are knotted. People are trekking on the ridge of the hill. A) The horse is pulling a sled. B) The horse is hitched to the wagon. (a) C) The horse is … Continue reading

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ESL Vocabulary – freckled, push-up, sit-up

Her face is freckled. The man is doing a push-up. The man is doing a sit-up. A) She has a mole on her nose. B) Her face is freckled. (a) C) She has pimples on her face. A) The man … Continue reading

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