Peppa Pig: The Fire Engine
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Instructions 1- Look at the words and think of its meaning and pronunciation. 2- Move your mouse over the black button to check your answer. 3- If you were right, click on the green button, if wrong, click on the red.
Item Match Pronunciation Comments
BARBECUE A social gathering, usually held outdoors, at which food is cooked over an open flame. /bɑ:*bɪkju:/
SQUIRT To eject (liquid) forcibly in a thin stream from a narrow opening. /skwɜ:*t/
GROWN-UP An adult person (older than 18) /grəʊnʌp/
MUDDY PUDDLE A small area of the ground with water and mud /mʌdɪ pʌdəl/
CHARCOAL Half-burnt pieces of wood, all black, used to make barbecues or to heat up. /tʃɑ:*kəʊl/
ON FIRE Burning, with flames. /ɒn faɪə*/
TEAM A group of people who work together to do something /ti:m/
PUT OUT Extinguish (a fire) /pʊt aʊt/
AS WELL Too, also /əz wel/
FIRE ENGINE A big lorry/truck with a water tank that firemen use to put out fires /faɪər endʒɪn/ AmE: FIRE TRUCK
CHAT A small conversation about unimportant things /tʃŠt/
KICK To use your foot to hit or move something /kɪk/
NAUGHTY (especially of children) bad, not good. /nɔ:tɪ/
FIRE STATION The firemen's office. The place where they wait for fire calls. /faɪə* stʃən/
LADDER A structure consisting of two poles with bars in the middle to help you climb up to a high place /lŠdə*/
HOSE A flexible pipe made of rubber used to take water to a different place /həʊz/
Total number of items: 16
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