English Lektion 3

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fox
series, pl. series
survive
         
survival
fine
sort (of)
         
ducumentary
comedy
chat show
         
woodpecker
grey
squirrel
         
grey
frog
deer Pl. deer
         
hedgehog
mole
dustbin
         
rubbish
yard
in the yard=
probably
         
(to) mail somebody
moon
important
         
clinic
as soon as
if
         
ill
(to) die (of)
-ing form: dying- This tree is dying
(to) keep something warm/cool/open...
simple past: kept
         
fine

I am / He is fine
hot-water bottle
gloves

a pair of gloves
         
rubbish collection
Guess what!
guess

Guess how old I am. - 13? - No, I am 14.
         
at break
just then

At three o clock we wanted to go swimming, and just then it started to rain.
horrible

a horrible day, horrible wether
         
garage

(Betonung auf der 1. Silbe)
safe (from)

Will the hedgehogs be safe?
(to) do a good job

I like your essay. You did a really good job.
         
(to) look after sth. / sb.

Emily often looks after Baby Hannah.
well

You looked after them well.
broken

a broken arm
a broken plate
         
(to) move

Do not move.
woods
wood
         
hard

hard work
a hard piece of bread

This exercise is not hard. You can do it.
(to) work hard
I am afraid

I have to go, I am afraid

He is afraid OF cats - er hat Angst vor Katzen
         
(to) plan
(to) scan a text
enemy
         
female
male
(to) have a baby
         
natural
fire
a single parent
         
hurt
address

What is your address?
angel
         
(to) bully
(to) pack
(to) leave

I said Goodbye and left.
         
I cannot stand it.

I cannot stand your music. Turn it off please.
(to) make friends (with)

He is a nice boy and makes friends easily.

I made friends with John in 2002.
(to) miss

It was great in England but I missed my friends.
         
(to) promise

I will come and visit you, I promise.

I promise! - Ich verspreche es!
neat and tidy

My room is always neat and tidy.
neat
         
tidy
sweetheart
(to) move out

to move out <-> to move in
         
(to) move to

We had to move out of our house, so we moved to London, to a small flat in Camden.
(to) allow

NO DOGS ALLOWED IN THIS PARK
excited

She was excited about the trip (aufgeregt)
It was an exciting trip (aufregend)
         
already

Are you leaving already?
only

I only got here a minute ago.
(to) feel
         
tear (n.)

His eyes were full of tears.
(to) bark
good

If you are a good boy, you can have an ice cream.

good =
1. gut - a good film / story
2. brav - a good boy / dog
         
(to) count

Jack counted his money.
the two of them

Sophie met Jack at the B&B, and then the two of them walked to the station.
(to) turn


Jo turned and walked towards the door.
         
shy

Do not be shy.
section

Can I have the sport section of the newspaper?
line

I do not know the second word in line 12.

Abkürzung:
l. 5 = line 5
ll. 5-9 = lines 5-9
         

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