50 terms

Lvl 2 Ch 6 Reading for Speed and Fluency

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producer
(n.) a person who looks and manages a movie, play, radio or program
cartoon
(n.) a drawing that tells a story
produce
(v.) to make
character
(n.) a person in a book or movie
star
(n.) a major actor, singer; the main performer
main character
(n.) the most important person in the story
voice
(n.) sounds from your mouth
death
(n.) the end of life
keep on
(v.) to not stop what one is doing
"My mum told me to ___ working hard in school."
station
(n.) a TV studio or building, where TV programs are broadcasted
Vikings
(n.) the Scandinavians who attacked the coasts of Europe from the 8th to 10th centuries
horn
(n.) a sharp, bone-like part seen on some animals' heads, like cattle or sheep
square
(n.) a shape with four sides that are all the same length and four corners that are all right angles.
sail
(n.) a sheet of strong cloth used to catch the wind on a ship
take over
(v.) to take control of something from another person or thing
"The vice president will soon ___ the company as the new president."
trade
(n.) buying and selling goods
settle
(v.) to live somewhere
explore
(v.) to travel through a place for the first time
no matter
it is not important; it doesn't change the situation
"___ what the weather is like, we will play football on Sunday."
weather
(n.) the conditions in the atmosphere
e.g. hot, cold, rain etc
right
(n.) the power or freedom to do something
"I have the ___ to speak freely."
vote
(v.) to choose, usually in a political context
seat
(n.) something you can sit on
leader
(n.) the head of a nation, political party, or other group of people
equal
(adj.) having the same value as another
peaceful
(adj.) calm and happy
wherever
in any place
"I take my cell phone _________ I go."
Nobel Peace Prize
(n.) an international prize given for outstanding achievement for the promotion of world peace
sadly
(adv.) in an unhappy way
shoot
(v.) to fire a gun
electricity
(n.) energy used to give heat, light etc.
Amish
(n.) a religious group of people known for simple living and plain clothes who don't use technology
believe
(v.) to think that something is real, correct, or true
please
(v.) to make someone happy
own
(adj.) to show something is yours
the number of
(n.) the amount of something in a particular area
German
(n.) the language of Germany
in general
usually; mainly
at least
not less than; a minimum of
"Students need ___ 60% on the test to pass."
for a little while
lasting for a short time
"I'm busy, but I can help you ___."
invent
(v.) to be the first person to make something
grow up
(v.) to become older; to become an adult
at last
after a long time
"I tried the driving test five times. ___, I passed!"
line
(n.) a straight mark
side by side
next to each other
shape
(n.) the form or appearance of something
at that time
then
"Let's meet at 3 pm. We can discuss your homework ___."
turn on
(v.) to start something
lawyer
(n.) someone whose job it is to give legal advice to people and speak for them in court
World War II
(n.) the large war that lasted from 1939 to 1945