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GSL1

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Cave
a large hole in the side of a mountain or under the ground
lamp
a thing that gives light
plain
with no pattern; all one colour
plain
not pretty
Stomach
the part inside your body where food goes after you eat it
Delight
great happiness
latter
the latter the second of two things or people
Delight
to make somebody very pleased or happy
knot
a place where you have tied two pieces of rope, string, etc. tightly together
knot
to tie a knot in something
wage/ s
the money that you receive every week for the work that you do:
Dull
not bright
Dull
not strong or loud
praise
to say that somebody or something is good
saucer
a small round plate that you put under a cup
president
having a strong idea that you do not like somebody or something, for a reason that is wrong or unfair
laugh
to make sounds to show that you are happy or that you think something is funny
mat
a small thing that covers a part of the floor
Committee
a group of people that other people choose to discuss or decide something:
Furnished
with furniture already in it
lazy
A person who is lazy does not want to work
tune
a group of musical notes that make a nice sound when you play or sing them together
Department
one of the parts of a university, school, government, shop, big company, etc
knock
to hit something hard, usually by accident
knock
the action of hitting something; the sound that this makes
leaf
one of the flat green parts that grow on a plant or tree
pray
to speak to God or a god
veil
a piece of material that a woman puts over her head and face
joint
a place where two parts of something join together
tip
to turn something so that the things inside fall out
tip
to give somebody an extra amount of money to thank them for something they have done for you as part of their job
Gap
a space in something or between two things; a space where something should be:
wake
to stop sleeping:
wake up
to make somebody stop sleeping:
Dull
not interesting or exciting
Stove
a closed metal box in which you burn wood and coal to heat a room
hammer
a tool with a handle and a heavy metal part, that you use for hitting nails into things
hammer
to hit something with a hammer
Loan
money that somebody lends you
preach
to talk about God or a god to a group of people
Loan
to give something to somebody for a period of time
tire
a circle of rubber around the outside of a wheel, for example on a car or bicycle
advertise
to put information in a newspaper, on television, on a wall, etc.,
Strap
a long flat piece of material that you use for carrying something or for keeping something in place
Strap
to hold something in place with a strap
joint
a part of your body where bones come together, for example your elbow or your knee
Depend
to need somebody or something:
Depend
to trust somebody; to feel sure that somebody or something will do what you want:
knock
to hit something and make a noise
ahead
before or more advanced than somebody or something:
ahead
into the future:
wander
to walk slowly with no special plan
Duck
a bird that lives on and near water
Duck
to move your head down quickly, so that something does not hit you or so that somebody does not see you
precious
very valuable or expensive
precious
that you consider to be very special
title
the name of something, for example a book, film or picture
wine
an alcoholic drink made from small green or purple fruit
imagine
to see, hear, or think something that is not true
aeroplane
a vehicle with wings that can fly through the air
imitate
to copy somebody or something
Pump
a machine that moves a liquid or gas into or out of something