In this lesson you will learn following phrases. Click the image to hear pronunciation.

vegetable

a plant that you eat, for example potatoes, onions, beans

to show

to let somebody see something

boring

not interesting or exciting

enough

necessary

to buy

exchange money for a good or service

better

(comparative of good) of a higher standard or less poor quality

to show

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to let somebody see something

vegetable

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a plant that you eat, for example potatoes, onions, beans

boring

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not interesting or exciting

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Apples Are Boring

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This is important vocabulary from the previous section. Play the sounds and practice pronunciation.

  • chocolate a sweet, usually brown, food made from cacao beans
  • delicious with a very pleasant taste or smell
  • to buy exchange money for a good or service
  • supermarket a large shop that sells food, drink and products for the home
  • important valuable, useful, or necessary
  • to find to discover something or someone
  • vegetable a plant that you eat, for example potatoes, onions, beans
  • boring not interesting or exciting
  • apple a hard, round fruit with a green or red skin
  • better (comparative of good) of a higher standard or less poor quality
  • healthy good for your health
  • enough necessary
  • to show to let somebody see something
  • to pay to give somebody money for work, goods or services

Drag and drop words and expressions to their correct translations.

to give somebody money for work, goods or services

to let somebody see something

exchange money for a good or service

necessary

not interesting or exciting

to buy boring to pay enough to show
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