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Vocabulary Lists Do You Know the Essential Summer Vocabulary?

Do You Know the Essential Summer Vocabulary?

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rest (v)
The man rested in the hammock.
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watermelon (n)
The children are eating watermelon.
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beach (n)
ocean (n)
The shark is swimming in the ocean.
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fan (n)
vacation (n)
summer (n)
I am going to China this summer vacation.
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swimming (n)
sunny (adj)
Today will be sunny and then it will rain.
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humid (adj)
sunglasses (n)
ice cream (n)
hot (adj)
picnic (n)
travel (v)
It's a lot of fun to travel there.
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tan (n)
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EnglishClass101.com
Friday at 6:52 pm
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Hey listeners! Do you want to learn more about Summer in English? Check out this English lesson:


Video Vocab Lesson: Summer

https://www.englishclass101.com/2009/12/18/video-24-video-vocab-lesson-24-summer/

EnglishClass101.com
Wednesday at 12:56 am
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Hello ouahida,


Thank you for posting.


A Hammock is cloth tied between 2 trees or polls that you can lay in to rest sorta like a thin bed floating off the ground. A Platypus is a duck billed mammal that lays eggs as well as it has a beaver like tail and webbed feet for swimming.


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Patricia

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Tuesday at 4:23 am
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Hi Kuthbunisha Begum,


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ouahida
Sunday at 10:49 pm
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please can you explain what is hammock and platypus?

Kaung Lay
Saturday at 10:12 pm
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Great

EnglishClass101.com
Saturday at 9:11 pm
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Hi everyone!


It's great to have you here! Glad to know that you're learning new vocabulary with our vocabulary lists!


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@Ighor,


Please check out the meaning of "platypus" in our English dictionary (includes audio):

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(It's "an egg-laying mammal native to Australia with a large bill").


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@Mohamed,


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Abdalla ahmed
Saturday at 4:13 am
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Thanks for your awesome new tipsโ€ฆ all these new words are very important and they are the right addition to my knowledge

Daniel
Saturday at 2:59 am
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thank you for very interesting and useful lesson!

Ighor
Friday at 11:11 pm
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To say true, there is something ununderstandable to me. What does "swimming platypus" mean?

Ighor
Friday at 11:09 pm
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Thanks for vocabulary!

Mohamed
Friday at 8:14 pm
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That was agood lesson,and i learned new words.as anon native learner of english language,i have difficulty with pronunciation ,this part is helful.thank you very much.