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Word Meaning

girder
bleach

immense
regatta

robot
chink
hazard

stifle kiosk
obstruct
lobby pummel
ideal
squat
vast

1. Make hard to pass _____________


2. Not very hot _____________
3. To suffocate _____________
4. Machine like man _____________
5. A long beam _____________
6. Small shop _____________
7. Produce pus _____________
8. A small crack _____________
9. Gathering of boats _____________
10. Argue over _____________
11. To doze or sleep _____________
12. Make white _____________

mild
haggle
fester
flaw
rigging
sprig
clutter
lilac

snooze
patty

13. Ropes of a boat _____________


14. Hit with fist _____________
15. Entrance to a building _____________
16. A small branch _____________
17. A crack or a fault _____________
18. Most suitable _____________
19. Light purple _____________
20. Make untidy _____________
21. Ball of meat _____________
22. Source of danger _____________
23. Sit on ones heel _____________
24. Large in size _____________

A Word Instead Of A Phrase


Often
fade
shabby

chuckle
camp
dial
swelter
suburb
peel

nimble
dusk
thud
clumsy
gale
cosy
tremble
fare

1. To laugh to oneself _____________


2. Almost dark _____________
3. Quick-moving _____________
4. To live in a tent _____________
5. Many times _____________
6. Swallow quickly _____________
7. To grow dim and pale _____________
8. Pull sharply _____________
9. To feel very hot _____________
10. A dull, heavy sound _____________
11. To mix together _____________
12. Awkward in movement _____________
13. Inside of the hand _____________
14. The face of a clock _____________
15. Having no feeling _____________

gulp
distant
twig
nap

wrench
numb
slam

blend
dread
jewel

palm
vary
insert

16. Outer skin of fruit _____________


17. Much worn _____________
18. A long way off _____________
19. Fear greatly _____________
20. To make different _____________
21. A strong wind _____________
22. The outer part of a city _____________
23. To put in _____________
24. Warm and comfortable _____________
25. Money for a journey _____________
26. A precious stone _____________
27. To shake with fear _____________
28. A short sleep _____________
29. A small branch _____________
30. To shut loudly _____________

How We Move

March
Slide

hurry
shuffle

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

creep
trudge

follow
crawl

wander
stroll

We _____________ if we might be late.


We _____________ if we go inside.
We _____________ behind someone.
We _____________ in step like soldiers.
We _____________ when we want to move
quietly and secretly.
6. We _____________ when we move or roam
about without any special reason.
7. We _____________ when we go out.
8. We _____________ when we move quickly.
9. We _____________ through the shallow water.
10. We can _____________ over ice.
11. We _____________ when we waste time when
walking.

enter
rush
wade
dash
stride
approach

exit
dawdle
depart loiter

12. We _____________ when we walk by


dragging our feet along the ground.
13. We _____________ when we stand about.
14. We _____________ if we leave.
15. We _____________ when we come closer.
16. We _____________ on our four limbs.
17. We _____________ when we walk with long
steps.
18. We _____________ when we walk slowly and
in casual manner.
19. We _____________ when we walk heavily and
feel tired.
20. We _____________ if we move off suddenly
and quickly.

Word Formation
When I was young, I found language classes rather _____________ (point). I enjoyed other
subjects, but languages were my _____________ (weak). I couldnt understand a word and I used to
_____________ (pronounce) everything. My teachers knew I was an _____________ (ambition)
student who wanted to do well, but I let myself down in languages. My marks were _____________
(accept) in French and German and I wanted to give up. Then one year I went to Germany and
something _____________ (amaze) happened. It all started to make sense. I took _____________
(proud) in talking to people. I didnt feel like a _____________ (fail) anymore and I started to make
progress. In fact, languages became one of my _____________ (strong). I went on to study German at
college and became a good _____________ (communicate).
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Its surprising how _____________ (friend) changes. When people are young, they have a
large number of friends with whom they are in _____________ (day) contact. As teenagers, they often
become more _____________ (select) and their circle of friends is normally smaller. However, the
_____________ (important) of friends and _____________ (relation) grows. Teenagers often prefer to
confide in a best friend, while being completely _____________ (communicate) with all adults. Later,
people develop different levels of friends. Their circle of friends starts to _____________ (broad)
and they have different groups to relate to those who live in their _____________ (neighbor),
colleagues, people they just say hi to, along with family and _____________ (establish) close friends.
Retirement is ideally a _____________ (joy) time, with friends often being reunited across the years.
At any stage in life, friends help and support us, and often know us best.
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