This week follow Dr. Heidi on a nature walk in a park in California. Learn words related to nature, and pracitce your words from the previous weeks!
Watch this week’s video on YouTube below.
Here are the 20 words for week 5. 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.
|believe||to have (a specified opinion) : to think; or, to have trust in the ability, worth, etc., of someone or something|
|water||the clear liquid that has no color, taste, or smell, that falls from clouds as rain, that forms streams, lakes, and seas, and that is used for drinking, washing, etc.|
|watch||to look at (someone or something) for an amount of time and pay attention to what is happening|
|pretty||attractive to look at usually in a simple or delicate way; or, to some degree or extent but not very or extremely|
|nature||the physical world and everything in it (such as plants, animals, mountains, oceans, stars, etc.) that is not made by people|
|wall||a structure of brick, stone, etc., that surrounds an area or separates one area from another|
|tree||a usually tall plant that has a thick, wooden stem and many large branches|
|beautiful||giving pleasure to the mind or the senses|
|mountain||an area of land that rises very high above the land around it and that is higher than a hill|
|bird||an animal that has wings and is covered with feathers|
|spirit||the force within a person that is believed to give the body life, energy, and power|
|stone||a piece of rock used for a particular purpose|
|wood||the hard substance that makes up the stems and branches of trees and shrubs|
|row||a straight line of people or things that are next to each other|
|lake||a large area of water that is surrounded by land|
|duck||any one of many different kinds of birds that swim and have a flat beak, a short neck, a heavy body, short legs, and webbed feet — often used before another noun|
|rabbit||a small animal that usually lives in holes in the ground and has long ears, soft fur, and back legs that are longer than its front legs|
|courage||the ability to do something that you know is difficult or dangerous|
|cute||having a pleasing and usually youthful appearance|
|park||a piece of public land in or near a city that is kept free of houses and other buildings and can be used for pleasure and exercise|
This week, Dr. Heidi visits a local park and talks about what she sees.
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.