ESL Vocabulary Words – Converge, Pool, Dilate – English Lesson

Each wire converges at the top of the telegraph pole.

The water has pooled on the ground.

The boy is dilating his nostrils.

A) The wires run parallel.
B) The wires hang downward.
C) Each wire converges at the top of the telegraph pole. (a)

A) The water has pooled on the ground. (a)
B) The water is gushing from the ground.
C) The water is running rapidly.

A) The boy is puffing his cheeks.
B) The boy is dilating his nostrils. (a)
C) The boy has his eyes closed.

Does each wire converge at the top of the telegraph pole? Yes.
Where does each wire converge? It converges at the top of the telegraph pole.

Has the water pooled on the ground? Yes.
Where has the water pooled? It has pooled on the ground.

Is the boy dilating his nostrils? Yes.
What is the boy dilating? He is dilating his nostrils.

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