Tag Archives: Vocabulary

Parts of the Hand in English - ESOL Vocabulary

Parts of the Hand – English Vocabulary

Parts of the Hand Vocabulary in English Here are 7 words associated with the hand: LITTLE FINGER / PINKY little finger / pinky (noun): the smallest finger on the hand. Pinky is an informal name for the little finger. Example sentence with little finger: He always raises his little finger when he drinks a cup […]

Parts of the Eye - English Vocabulary

Parts of the Eye – English Vocabulary

Parts of the Eye Vocabulary in English Here are 7 words associated with the eye: EYES eyes (noun): the round (globular) organs in your head that you use to see with. Example sentence with eyes: You will damage your eyes if you stare too long at the sun.. EYELID eyelid (noun): the pieces of skin […]

Stages of Childhood - English Vocabulary

Stages of Childhood – English Vocabulary

Pencil Case Vocabulary in English – 7 things you can find in a pencil case In a pencil case you keep different things you need for writing and working at school or even at an office. Here are 7 things you might find in a pencil case: NEWBORN newborn (adjective/noun): a recently born child or […]

Pencil case Vocabulary in English including pen, eraser / rubber, pencil sharpener, pen, highlighter, scissors, glue stick.

Pencil Case – English Vocabulary

Pencil Case Vocabulary in English – 7 things you can find in a pencil case In a pencil case you keep different things you need for writing and working at school or even at an office. Here are 7 things you might find in a pencil case: PENCIL pencil (noun): an instrument used for writing […]

Egg vocabulary in English - eggshell, yolk, egg white, free-range, scrambled eggs, hard-boiled eggs, dozen.

Egg Vocabulary – 7 words associated with eggs

Egg Vocabulary – 7 words associated with eggs Eggshell eggshell (noun): the thin, hard, outer layer of an egg. Example sentence with eggshell: I peeled the eggshell from the hard-boiled egg. Yolk yolk (noun): the round yellow part in the middle of an egg. Example sentence with yolk: I like my eggs lightly cooked so […]

Putting up the Christmas Tree - Xmas in New Zealand

Putting up the Christmas Tree – Xmas in New Zealand

Christmas in New Zealand is completely different from what appears in movies. In this video we will be talking about Christmas in New Zealand and typical things associated with Christmas, all while putting up a Christmas tree with some special helpers. What does Xmas mean? Xmas = Christmas Xmas is a short informal way of […]

Football pitch - Soccer Field - English Vocabulary

Football / Soccer – English Vocabulary and Resources

It is that time again where we find ourselves in the middle of the FIFA World Cup where billions of people watch the most popular sport in the world… football, or as some countries also call it, soccer. Of course, I was asked to create a chart with vocabulary associated with football… so that is […]

Common Christmas Vocabulary in English

Christmas Vocabulary in English – Video and Chart

Since Christmas is almost here I decided to create the Christmas vocabulary chart above and also the video below where you can listen to the pronunciation of these words with different images. Christmas Vocabulary Video This is a new video with common English vocabulary associated with Christmas: You might want to learn more vocabulary about […]

ESL Health Problems vocabulary chart - Health issues in English

Health Problems Vocabulary

I have created a new page and chart with some common health problems in English: The page includes the difference between SICK and ILL as well as the difference between ACHE and PAIN. More details here: Health Problems in English English Teacher Resources Teachers might be interested in our wall charts / flash cards with this […]

The difference between a hurricane, a typhoon, and a cyclone - English Vocabulary

Hurricane, Typhoon, Cyclone – What is the difference?

With so much talk about Hurricanes in the news lately with Hurricane Irma causing serious problems in the Caribbean and the State of Florida (U.S.), I thought I would answer this question… What is the difference between a Hurricane, a Typhoon, and a Cyclone? A hurricane, a typhoon, and a cyclone are essentially the same […]