43 terms

Nate the Great and the Musical Note

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howl
to make a long, loud cry
towel
a soft cloth; we use it to wipe or dry things
cover
to place something in front of something else in order to hide or protect it
"Right away!"
immediately; without delay
hand
to pass something to someone with your hand
lesson
a period of time when you learn about something, like piano, math, science, or English
instead of
one thing and not another thing
shrug
to raise your shoulders and then drop them; it means you do not know or care about something
ten past three
3:10 in the afternoon
get dressed
to put clothes on your body
on the right track
getting closer to your goal
stick
to fix something to something else, usually with a sticky substance;
appointment book
an agenda; a book for writing your schedule
music stand
a frame that holds sheets of music while you play a musical instrument
piano keys
the black or white things that you push with your fingers on a piano
scratched
having many scratches
sag
to start to hang lower because of age
peel
when the covering of something starts to come off
wooden board
a board made of wood
move over
to move so that you give someone else room
splinter
a small, thin, sharp piece of wood that breaks off a larger piece
a sharp detective
a good, clever, or smart detective
scale
musical notes played in order
middle C
the musical note C near the middle of the piano keyboard
in a row
in order, one after the other, without skipping any
Got it?
"Do you understand?"
I got it.
"I understand."
I'm done.
"I'm finished."
a fast learner
a person who learns fast
screech
to make a loud, high, unpleasant sound
trip
to catch your foot on something and fall or almost fall
band
a group of people who play musical instruments together, and who perform others
concert
an event where a band plays music in front of an audience
rescue
to save someone from a dangerous situation
genius
showing really great intelligence or skill
"I don't get it."
"I don't understand."
explain
use words to make someone understand something
double
twice as much or as many as usual
ordinary
regular; not unusual or different
C-sharp
a key of the note (C#)
see sharp
to see well
get a haircut
someone cuts your hair
chime
to ring (as a bell rings); to show the time by making a ringing sound

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