This week practice your listening and reading skills as Dr. Heidi reads from Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë. The language in this book is a little more challenging than previous lessons, but the writing is very beautiful.
Watch this week’s video on YouTube below.
Here are the 20 words for week 6. 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.
|guests or visitors especially at your home
|the possibility or chance of something happening or of someone doing something — used in negative statements, for example, there was no question of escape
|the way a person, place, or thing appears
|physical activity that is done in order to become stronger and healthier
|a chance that something might exist, happen, or be true : the state or fact of being possible
|the salt water that covers much of the Earth’s surface
|a book, or a book that is part of a series or set of books
|very great in degree
|soft, white pieces of frozen water that fall to the ground from the sky in cold weather
|to seat yourself on a horse, bicycle, etc.
|a right or benefit that is given to some people and not to others
|the state of being covered and protected from danger, bad weather, etc.
|to come together to form a group
|to move around or go to different places usually without having a particular purpose or direction
|a piece of cloth or other material that is hung to protect or hide something
|awareness or knowledge of something specified
|to increase gradually in amount as time passes
|not warm, friendly, cheerful, etc.
|a plant that has stems of wood and is smaller than a tree : bush
|a group of shrubs planted together
This week, Dr. Heidi reads from the first chapter of Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë. This book was written in 1847, so the writing may be a little different from what you are used to. Were you able to understand parts to the story:
The book Jane is reading:
The language in this book is worth studying; you can download the reading here:
Thanks to Paul Nation and his colleagues, who have replaced some of the difficult vocabulary with easier words that mean the same thing!!!
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, “Do you like to walk outside even if it’s cold?” 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.