This week you’ll learn some nouns that can be made into adjectives by adding a -y to the end. As usual, we’ll have two main parts. First, I’ll give you the definitions for this weeks’ words. Next, I’ll show you a video story that uses these words. This week, the video story will star my new friend, little Heidi!
Watch this week’s video on YouTube below. Be sure to watch the video to the end for a funny outtake!
Here are the 20 words for week 4. You may know some of these words already. However, it’s very important with vocabulary that you practice the words that you already know in addition to learning new words. This is all good practice and will help your language skills. All these definitions are from the Merriam-Webster Learner’s Dictionary, which is highly recommended for English language learners.
|free||not limited in any way|
|path||a track that is specially made for people to walk or ride on|
|rock||the hard, solid material that the surface of the Earth is made of; or a piece of rock You can make an adjective out of this word by adding y, rocky.|
|dirt||loose earth or soil|
|slip||to slide out of the proper position. You can make an adjective out of this word, but it’s a little irregular. The adjective is slippery.|
|grass||plants that have narrow green leaves, that are eaten by cows, sheep, etc., and that are commonly grown on lawns and in gardens. The adjective form is grassy.|
|smooth||having a flat, even surface : not rough : not having any bumps, ridges, or uneven parts|
|mud||soft, wet dirt. You can make an adjective out of this word by adding y, but you need to double the d, muddy.|
|sand||the very tiny, loose pieces of rock that cover beaches, deserts, etc. Adjective form, sandy|
|little||small in size; or, young or younger; or, not lasting for a long time|
|fall||to come or go down quickly from a high place or position|
|walk||to move with your legs at a speed that is slower than running|
|wet||covered or soaked with water or another liquid : not dry|
|plane||a vehicle that has wings and an engine and can carry people or things in the air|
|crash||to hit something hard enough to cause serious damage or destruction|
|along||in a line matching the length or direction of (something)|
|fly||to move through the air with wings|
|crazy||wild and uncontrolled; or, very foolish or unreasonable|
This week, Dr. Heidi narrates a video story called “Little Heidi goes for a Walk.”
When you learn new words, it’s important to use them in order to help remember them. On the Vocab Victor YouTube Channel, you can join a conversation using these words. Type a question in the comments section using one of the vocabulary words, such as, “What is your favorite game?” Then, answer a question someone else has given. Come back to this page later to see if people have answered your question!
We’ve prepared a worksheet for you to practice these words. The worksheet contains, puzzles, games, and quizzes for you to keep the learning fun and interesting.
Download the worksheet here.
Finally, download our app Vocab Victor which is available for Apple and Android phones. This vocabulary learning software will help you build and strengthen your vocabulary. What does that mean? Build and strengthen. Build vocabulary means it will teach you new words. Strengthen means it will improve the knowledge of the words you already know. Play Vocab Victor for a few minutes every day to help improve your English! Read more about Vocab Victor at our page for students, Vocab Victor - Students.