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1.1 Animals - AnimalsBirdnounBirdnounExamplesWe saw fifteen birds today bird watching.Bird-watching, we saw fifteen birds today.pet birdpet birdorange and brown birdorange and brown birdyellow bird with an orange beakyellow bird with an orange beakEvery year, the birds fly from Canada to Mexico.Each year, the birds fly from Canada to Mexico.The emu is a large, flightless bird.The emu is a large, flightless bird. www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

DognounDognounExamplesWe have had our dog for more than fifteen years.We have had our dog for more than fifteen years.old dogold dogDogs are a man's best friend.Dogs are a man's best friend.hairy doghairy dogcute dogcute dogbrown dog outside housebrown dog outside housebig dogbig dog www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

The boy has a pet dog.The boy has a pet dog.The little white dog is playing with a yellow ball in theyard.The little white dog is playing with a yellow ball in the yard.a brown dog and a black doga brown dog and a black dogThe shaggy dog is running after the ball.The shaggy dog is running after the ball.kenneldog house www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

CatnounCatnounExamplesDomestic cats are common pets, but big cats aredangerous.Domestic cats are common pets, but big cats are dangerous.big catbig catA baby cat is called a kitten.A baby cat is called a kitten.pet catpet catblack and white catblack and white catThe striped cat is playing with red wool. www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

The striped cat is playing with red yarn.The black cat is walking across the screen.The black cat is walking across the screen. www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

MousenounMousenounExamplesThere is a mouse in the house, and it's a big problem.There is a mouse in the house, and it's a big problem.mouse trapmouse trapThe mouse is eating a grape.The mouse is eating a grape.The mouse is eating grass.The mouse is eating grass.brown mousebrown mousecomputer mousecomputer mouse www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

TurkeynounTurkeynounExamplesThe wild turkey is native to North America.The wild turkey is native to North America.wild turkeywild turkeyblack and white turkeyblack and white turkey www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

CownounCownounExamplesBoth beef and milk are important products from the cow.Both beef and milk are important products from the cow.domesticated cowdomesticated cowcow milkcow milkcow in a fieldblack and white cowThe cows are grazing in the field.The cows are grazing in the field.The cow is in the field.The cow is in the field. www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

PignounPignounExamplesThe pig gave birth to six piglets yesterday.The pig gave birth to six piglets yesterday.fat pigfat pigdomestic pigpink pigpink pig inside pig-penpink pig inside pig-penThe mother is nursing the piglets.The mother is nursing the piglets.Pigs are intelligent animals.Pigs are intelligent animals.The mother is nursing the young pigs.The mother is nursing the young pigs. www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

The pig is nursing the piglets.The pig is nursing the piglets.The pigs are resting in the sun.The pigs are resting in the sun. www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

HorsenounHorsenounExamplesride a horseride a horseHorse meat is a delicacy in many parts of the world.Horse meat is a delicacy in many parts of the world.butchered horse meatbutchered horse meatHorses are beautiful animals.Horses are beautiful animals.The horse is running in the field.The horse is running in the field.horse in a fieldhorse in a fieldgrey horse near housegrey horse near house www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

My hobbies are hiking and horseriding.My hobbies are hiking and horse back riding.running and galloping, running and gallopingrunning and galloping, running and galloping www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

SheepnounSheepnounExamplesPeople around the world shear sheep to get wool.People around the world shear sheep to get wool.sheep shearingsheep shearingSheep are raised for food and for wool.Sheep are raised for food and for wool.Mutton is sheep meat from a sheep two years or older.Mutton is sheep meat from a sheep two years or older.sheep herdersheep herderWe pet sheep and goats today at the petting zoo.We pet sheep and goats today at the petting zoo.The sheep is standing in the field.The sheep is standing in the field. www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

sheep in the fieldsheep in the fieldThe sheep is eating the green grass.The sheep is eating the green grass.The farmer is shearing the sheep.The farmer is shearing the sheep. www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

GoatnounGoatnounExamplesThe milk of the goat makes excellent cheeses.The milk of the goat makes excellent cheeses.goats' cheesegoat cheesewhite goatwhite goatgold goat in front of gategold goat in front of gateThe goats are playing on the farm.The goats are playing on the farm.The goat is in the meadow.The goat is in the meadow. www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

SnakenounSnakenounExamplesI am afraid of snakes, because they may be poisonous.I am afraid of snakes, because they may be poisonous.poisonous snakepoisonous snakeslithering snakeslithering snakecoiled snakecoiled snakeThe rattle snake is coiled, and ready to strike.The rattlesnake is coiled, and ready to strike.coiled rattle snakecoiled rattlesnakeThe sea snake is swimming near the coral reef.The sea snake is swimming near the coral reef. www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

FishnounFishnounExamplesFreshwater fish live in rivers and lakes.Freshwater fish live in rivers and lakes.Saltwater fish live in oceans and seas.Saltwater fish live in oceans and seas.The fish is swimming in the water.The fish is swimming in the water.The fish is looking at the bait.The fish is looking at the bait.freshwater fishfreshwater fishsaltwater fishsaltwater fish www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

ChickennounChickennounExamplesChickens are the most populous bird in the world.Chickens are the most populous bird in the world.brown chickenbrown chickenwhite chickenwhite chickenThe chicken and chicks are pecking at their food.The chicken and chicks are pecking at their food. www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

LobsternounLobsternounExamplesThe lobster is on the rock.The lobster is on the rock.live lobsterlive lobster www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

CrabnounCrabnounExamplesThe crab is walking on the beach.The crab is walking on the beach.orange and red craborange and red crabThe two crabs are walking on a rock.The two crabs are walking on a rock. www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

LambnounLambnounExampleslittle lamblittle lambA lamb is a baby sheep.A lamb is a baby sheep.The lambs are eating.The lambs are eating. www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

1.2 Body - Head - Body HeadNecknounNecknounExamplesThe neck connects the head to the body.The neck connects the head to the body.My neck muscles are very sore.My neck muscles are very sore.neck injuryneck injurylong neck www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

long neckhead and neckhead and neckThe woman has an itchy neck.The woman has an itchy neck.itchy neckitchy neckGiraffes have long necks.Giraffes have long necks.long-necked swanlong neck swan www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

FacenounFacenounExamplesMy wife has a beautiful face.My wife has a beautiful face.pretty facepretty faceThe woman is washing her face.The woman is washing her face.The boy is washing his face with a flannel.The boy is washing his face with a washcloth.face the windface the wind www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

ChinnounChinnounExamplesHe has food on his chin.His has a food on his chin.chin hairchin hairThe teenage boy has a big spot on his chin.The teenage boy has a big pimple on his chin. www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

EarnounEarnounExamplesSome people's ears hurt after swimming.Some peoples' ears hurt after swimming.pierced earpierced earThe girl pierced her ears when she bought the earrings.The girl pierced her ears when she bought the earrings.inner earinner earright earright ear www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

ForeheadnounForeheadnounExamplesWhen he has a headache he rubs his forehead.When he has a headache, he rubs his forehead.forehead wrinklesforehead wrinklesThe woman has clear wrinkles on her forehead.The woman has clear wrinkles on her forehead.wrinkles on the foreheadwrinkles on the forehead www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

HairnounHairnounExamplesThe hair on her head is red.The hair on her head is red.curly haircurly hairshort hairshort hairThe woman has black hair.The woman has black hair.The woman is shampooing her hair.The woman is shampooing her hair.The woman has blonde hair.The woman has blonde hair. www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

Blonde hairphraseBlonde hairphraseExamplesstraight blonde hairstraight blonde hairThe woman has blonde hair.The woman has blonde hair.Many women dye their hair blonde.Many women dye their hair blonde.blonde-haired womanblonde-haired woman www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

Black hairphraseBlack hairnounExamplesHe wore a wig with long black hair at the party.He wore a wig with long black hair at the party.short black hairshort black hairThe woman has black hair.The woman has black hair.have black hairhave black hair www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

Brown hairphraseBrown hairnounExamplesMy older sister has curly brown hair.My older sister has curly brown hair.thinning brown hairthinning brown hairlong, brown hairlong, brown hairShe has brown hair and dimples.She has brown hair and dimples. www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

Red hairphraseRed hairnounExamplesMany people from Ireland have red hair.Many people from Ireland have red hair.long red hairlong, red hairThe woman has long red hair.The woman has long, red hair.pretty woman with red hairpretty woman with red hair www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

MouthnounMouthnounExamplesDon't talk with food in your mouth.Don't talk with food in your mouth.big mouthbig mouthThe woman has a big mouth.The woman has a big mouth. www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

MustachenounMoustachenounExamplesThe man has a thick moustache.The man has a thick mustache.moustache and beardmustache and beardThe man has food on his moustache.The man has food on his moustache.neat moustacheneat moustache www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

BeardnounBeardnounExamplesMy beard hair is black, red and brown.My beard hair is black, red and brown.long beardlong beardThe man has a full beard, but little hair on the top of hishead.The man has a full beard, but little hair on the top of his head.full beardfull beardThe man is shaving his beard with a disposable razor.The man is shaving his beard with a disposable razor.shave a beard with a disposable razor www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

shave a beard with a disposable razor www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

CheeknounCheeknounExamplesA kiss on the cheek from your child is sweet.A kiss on the cheek from your child is sweet.chubby cheekchubby cheekThe woman has beautiful cheeks.The woman has beautiful cheeks.beautiful cheeksbeautiful cheeksfreckles on a cheekfreckles on a cheekThe child's cheeks are red.The child's cheeks are red. www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

NosenounNosenounExamplesHe doesn't like his nose, but I like it.He doesn't like his nose, but I like it.narrow nosenarrow noseThe man has a spot on his nose.The man has a pimple on his nose.spot on the nosepimple on the nose www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

ToothnounToothnounExamplesWhen your tooth hurts it is important to go to thedentist.When your tooth hurts, it is important to go to the dentist.sore toothsore tooth3D model of a tooth3D model of a toothextract a toothextract a tooth www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

WrinklenounWrinklenounExamplesWhen you get older you will develop wrinkles.When you get older you will develop wrinkles.laugh wrinkleslaugh wrinklesThe old woman has a lot of wrinkles.The old woman has a lot of wrinkles.wrinkles on the foreheadwrinkles on the forehead www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

EyebrownounEyebrownounExamplesWomen often pluck their eyebrow hairs.Women often pluck their eyebrow hairs.thick eyebrowsthick eyebrowseyebrow and eyelasheyebrow and eyelash www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

EyelidnounEyelidnounExamplesWhen sleeping, people usually close their eyelids.When sleeping people usually close their eyelids.closed eyelidsclosed eyelidseyelid and eyelasheyelid and eyelash www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

EyenounEyenounExamplesAfter surgery, he wore a patch on his eye for a week.After surgery, he wore a patch on his eye for a week.open eyesopen eyesMy wife has blue eyes.My wife has blue eyes.brown eyebrown eye www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

EyelashnounEyelashnounExamplesThere is an eyelash hair in my eye.There is an eyelash hair in my eye.long eyelasheslong eyelasheseyebrow and eyelasheyebrow and eyelasheyelid and eyelasheyelid and eyelash www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

Facial hairphraseFacial hairnounExamplesFacial hair begins growing in a person's teen years.Facial hair begins growing in a person's teen years.long facial hairlong facial hair www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

TonguenounTonguenounExamplesHe can touch his nose with his tongue.He can touch his nose with his tongue.pink tonguepink tongueThe tongue is a muscle.The tongue is a muscle.Frogs use their tongues to catch food.Frogs use their tongues to catch food.big tonguebig tongue www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

Taste budnounTaste budnounExamplesThe taste buds are located on the tongue.The taste buds are located on the tongue.strong taste budsstrong taste buds www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

NostrilnounNostrilnounExamplesWith a cold you sometimes cannot breathe through yournostrils.With a cold you sometimes cannot breathe through your notrils.flaring nostrilsflaring nostrilsleft nostrilleft nostril www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

TeethnounTeethnounExamplesTo fix crooked teeth you can get braces.To fix crooked teeth you can get braces.white teethwhite teethThe girl is brushing her teeth.The girl is brushing her teeth.The man is grinding his teeth.The man is grinding his teeth.brush one's teethbrush one's teethThe baby's teeth are coming, so she's in a lot of pain.The baby's teeth are coming in, so she in a lot of pain. www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

LipnounLipsnounExamplesbeautiful lipsbeautiful lipsThe lower lip is bigger than the upper lip.The lower lip is bigger than the upper lip. www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

1.3 Body - BodyFootnounFootnounExamplesA foot has five toes.A foot has five toes.left footleft footright footright footHis left foot is a little bigger than his right foot.His left foot is a little bigger than his right foot. www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

AnklenounAnklenounExamplesThe top of the shoe rubbed the bone in her ankle.The top of the shoe rubbed the bone in her ankle.ankle boneankle bonesprain an anklesprain an ankleI tripped on the stairs, and now I have a sprained ankle.I tripped on the stairs, and now I have a sprained ankle.swollen ankleswollen ankleThe athlete sprained his ankle.The athlete sprained his ankle. www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

LegnounLegnounExamplesI have pain in my legs when it rains.I have pain in my legs when it rains.broken legbroken legThe woman is rinsing her leg.The woman is rinsing her leg.long legslong legs www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

HeadnounHeadnounExamplesHead injuries are very dangerous.Head injuries are very dangerous.head and neckhead and neckWear a helmet to protect your head.Wear a helmet to protect your head. www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

ArmnounArmnounExamplesHe has long arms, but short legs.He has long arms, but short legs.arm musclearm musclemuscular armmuscular armThe two arms are raised.The two arms are raised.two armstwo arms www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

ElbownounElbownounExamplesThe arm only bends one way at the elbow.The arm only bends one way at the elbow.bend an elbowbend an elbow www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

WristnounWristnounExamplesThe hand is attached to the arm by the wrist.The hand is attached to the arm by the wrist.wrist bandwrist bandwrist injurywrist injuryThe player is out with a wrist injury.The player is out with a wrist injury.fist and wristfist and wrist www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

HandnounHandnounExamplesI use my hands for almost everything I do.I use my hands for almost everything I do.right handright handleft handleft handThe child is putting his hand up.The child is raising his hand. www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

MusclenounMusclenounExamplesIf you lift weights you can build your muscles.If you lift weights, you can build your muscles.defined musclesdefined musclesback musclesback musclesmuscleboundmuscle bound www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

BonenounBonenounExamplesYour bones are beneath your skin.Your bones are beneath your skin.X-ray of a boneX-ray of a bonebreak a bonebreak a bonebone drybone dry www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

BackbonenounBackbonenounExamplesThe backbone is made up of several smaller bones.The backbone is made up of several smaller bones.no backboneno backbone www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

StomachnounStomachnounExamplesstomach achestomach painYou can prevent stomach problems with a healthy diet.You can prevent stomach problems with a healthy diet.I ate too much, and now my stomach hurts.I ate too much, and now my stomach hurts.The doctor is holding a stomach model.The doctor is holding a stomach model.model of a stomachmodel of a stomachI have a sore stomach.I have a stomach ache. www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

1.4 Colors Basic Colours BasicBlackadjectiveBlackadjectiveExamplesBlack coloured clothing can make people appear slender.Black colored clothing can make people appear slender.black coatblack coatThe colour black doesn't emit or reflect light.The color black doesn't emit or reflect light.black and white www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

black and whiteblack batblack batblack crowblack crow www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

BrownadjectiveBrownadjectiveExamplesBrown hair is a common hair colour, while red is quiteuncommon.Brown hair is a common hair color, while red is quite uncommon.brown bagbrown bagcolour browncolor brownbrown eyebrown eyeShe has brown hair and dimples.She has brown hair and dimples. www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

GrayadjectiveGreyadjectiveExamplesGrey clouds usually indicate rain.Gray clouds usually indicate rain.grey skiesgrey skiesGrey is spelled 'gray' in the United States.Gray is spelled G-R-A-Y in the United States.color greycolor graygray elephantgray elephantThe trainers are red, white and grey with white laces andblack soles.The sneakers are red, white, and gray with white laces and black soles.He was wearing entirely dark grey clothes.He was wearing entirely dark gray clothes. www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

The grey wolf is foraging for food in the meadow.The gray wolf is foraging for food in the meadow.The elephant is grey.The elephant is gray. www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

WhiteadjectiveWhiteadjectiveExamplesFalling white snow makes winter more bearable.Falling white snow makes winter more bearable.white snowwhite snowIn some cultures, white symbolizes purity.In some cultures, white symbolizes purity.colour whitecolor whitewhite goatwhite goatThe white lotus is floating on the pond surface.The white lotus is floating on the surface of the pond.The trainers are red, white and grey with white laces andblack soles.The sneakers are red, white, and gray with white laces and black soles. www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

GoldadjectiveGoldadjectiveExamplesbright goldbright goldcolour goldcolor goldgold curtainsgold curtainsI want a gold coloured purse.I want a gold colored purse.black and gold ballpoint penblack and gold ballpoint penGold coloured fabric for curtains can appear too formal.Golden colored fabric for curtains can appear too formal. www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

PurpleadjectivePurpleadjectiveExamplesEating a nice purple aubergine can fill you up.Eating a nice purple eggplant can fill you up.dark purpledark purplecolour purplecolor purplepurple dresspurple dressThe amethyst stone is light purple.The amethyst stone is light purple. www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

RedadjectiveRedadjectiveExamplesMy face turns red when I am embarrassed.My face turns red when I am embarrassed.red applesred applesRed often symbolizes anger and guilt.Red often symbolizes anger and guilt.colour redcolor redred ripe tomatoripe red tomatored applered apple www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

Red on the traffic light means stop.Red on the traffic light means stop.The man is facing the red wall.The man is facing the red wall.long-stemmed red roselong stem red roseThe light is red.The light is red. www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

GreenadjectiveGreenadjectiveExamplesThe colour green is a mixture of yellow and blue.The color green is a mixture of yellow and blue.light greenlight greenforest greenforest greencolour greencolor greengreen grassgreen grassThe firefly is on the green leaf.The firefly is on the green leaf. www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

BlueadjectiveBlueadjectiveExamplesThere are many shades of blue, from dark blue to lightblue.There are many shades of blue from dark blue to light blue.blue seablue seadark bluedark blueThe colour blue is often associated with sadness.The color blue is often associated with sadness.colour bluecolor blueblue skyblue sky www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

YellowadjectiveYellowadjectiveExamplesThe sun looks yellow, but it's not really yellow.The sun looks yellow, but it's not really yellow.yellow sandsyellow sandsbright yellowbright yellowyellow paintyellow paintThe boy is picking yellow daffodils.The boy is picking yellow flowers.The carpenter is wearing a yellow helmet.The carpenter is wearing a yellow helmet. www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

PinkadjectivePinkadjectiveExamplesThe pink icing on a strawberry cake is my favourite.The pink frosting on a strawberry cake is my favorite.pink flowerspink flowerscolour pinkcolor pinkpink rubberpink eraser www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

SilveradjectiveSilveradjectiveExamplesThe silver necklace on her neck is very expensive.The silver necklace on her neck is very expensive.silver liningsilver liningcolour silvercolor silverThe silver coloured pen looks expensive.The silver colored pen looks expensive. www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

VioletadjectiveVioletadjectiveExamplesviolet colour flowerviolet color flowerViolet is a shade of purple.Violet is a shade of purple. www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

IndigoadjectiveIndigoadjectiveExamplesindigo jumperindigo sweatercolour indigocolor indigoIndigo gets its name from the plant named indigo.Indigo gets its name from the plant named indigo. www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

OrangeadjectiveOrangeadjectiveExamplesorange - colourorange - colororange pumpkinorange pumpkinorange carrotorange carrotHis favorite colour is orange.His favorite color is orange. www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

1.5 Food - Fruits &Vegetables - Food Fruits & VegetablesCornnounCornnounExamplesI prefer corn on the cob to creamed corn.I prefer corn on the cob to creamed corn.corn on the cobcorn on the cobMy favorite vegetable is corn on the cob.My favorite vegetable is corn on the cob.corn with huskcorn with husk www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

PotatonounPotatonounExamplesA potato is always best when it is baked.A potato is always best when it is baked.baked potatobaked potatoMy favorite way of eating a potato is potato crisps.My favorite way of making a potato is potato chips.whole potatowhole potatoThe potato comes from Peru.Potatoes come from Peru.Potatoes are an important source of food energy formany.Potatoes are an important source of food energy for many.Potatoes come from Peru.Potatoes come from Peru. www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

crispspotato chips www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

SoybeannounSoybeannounExamplesThe soybean is an important source of protein in theworld's diet.The soybean is an important source of protein in the worlds diet.soybean oilsoybean oilgreen soybeans and podsgreen soybeans and podsSoybeans grow inside the pods.Soybeans grow inside the pods. www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

FruitnounFruitnounExamplesFruit is healthy, and full of vitamins and minerals .Fruit is healthy and full of vitamins and minerals.fruit saladfruit saladYou should eat fruit at least once a day.You should eat fruit at least once a day.fresh fruitfresh fruitpiece of fruitpiece of fruit www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

ApricotnounApricotnounExamplesA dried apricot makes a very healthy and convenientsnack.A dried apricot makes a very healthy and convenient snack.dried apricotdried apricotMy favorite ways of enjoying apricots are dried and aswine.My favorite ways of enjoying apricots are dried and as wine.dried apricotsdried apricotswhole apricot and sliced half apricotwhole apricot and sliced half apricotthree dried apricots www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

three dried apricots www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

BanananounBanananounExamplesBananas are grown in the tropics, but people throughoutthe world eat them.Bananas are grown in the tropics, but people throughout the world eatthem.banana peelbanana peelBananas are good cooked, in puddings, or in cakes, but Ilike raw bananas best.Bananas are good cooked, in puddings, or in cakes, but I like rawbananas best.banana breadbanana breadpeeled banana www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

peeled bananaa ripe banana and a rotten bananaa ripe banana and a rotten bananaBananas are rich in potassium.Bananas are rich in potassium. www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

ApplenounApplenounExamplesWarm apple cider is best on a cold winter day.Warm apple cider is best on a cold winter day.apple ciderapple ciderAn apple a day keeps the doctor away.An apple a day keeps the doctor away.apple juiceapple juicered applered applegreen applegreen apple www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

The woman is chewing an apple.The woman is chewing an apple.Apple Computers make Macintosh computers and theiPhone.Apple computers make the Macintosh computers and the iPhone.Apple computersApple computers www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

GrapenounGrapenounExamplesDo people still stamp on grapes in their bare feet to makewine?Do people still stomp on grapes in their bare feet to make wine?sour grapessour grapesBoth red and green grapes are good squeezed and turnedto wine or juice.Both red and green grapes are good squeezed and turned into wine orjuice.grape juicegrape juicered and green grapesred and green grapes www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

The mouse is eating a grape.The mouse is eating a grape.a bunch of red grapes and a bunch of white grapesa bunch of red grapes and a bunch of white grapes www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

WatermelonnounWatermelonnounExamplesNothing refreshes better than a chilled watermelon in thesummer.Nothing refreshes better than a chilled watermelon in the summer.chilled watermelonchilled watermelonCold watermelon is a refreshing snack or dessert on a hotsummer day.Cold watermelon is a refreshing snack or dessert on a hot summer day.seedless watermelonseedless watermelonwhole watermelon and slice of watermelonwhole watermelon and a slice of watermelonThe children are eating watermelon.The children are eating watermelon. www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserved

GrapefruitnounGrapefruitnounExamplesMy mother always ate fresh grapefruit right out of thepeel.My mother always ate fresh grapefruit right out of the peel.grapefruit juicegrapefruit juiceMy mother always ate a half grapefruit at breakfast.My mother always ate a half grapefruit at breakfast.whole grapefruit and sliced grapefruitwhole grapefruit and sliced grapefruit www.InnovativeLanguage.com - All Rights Reserv

Fish noun Fish noun Examples Freshwater fish live in rivers and lakes. Freshwater fish live in rivers and lakes. Saltwater fish live in oceans and seas. Saltwater fish live in oceans and seas. The fish is swimming in the water. The fish is swimming in the water. The fish is looking at the bait. The fish is looking at the bait. freshwater fish .

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