1 Diwali tap noun Something water comes out of, e.g. Please turn off the tap. verb (taps, tapping, tapped) 1. To touch someone with a finger, e.g. He tapped me on the shoulder to tell me to be quiet. 2. To lightly touch a foot to the ground, e.g. He was tapping his foot to the beat of the song. cap 1. A type of hat, e.g. He was wearing a baseball cap; That is a nice cap! 2. The top of a tube, a pen, a bottle etc, e.g. Have you seen my bottle cap? Please put the cap back on the pen or it will dry up. nap noun A short sleep, especially during the day. e.g. He was taking a nap under a tree. verb (naps, napping, past napped) To have a nap, e.g. The cat was napping on the sofa. yap verb (yap, yapping, past yapped) The high pitched bark of a small dog, e.g. I wish that dog would stop yapping! bet verb (bet, betting, past bet) To promise to give a certain sum of money to somebody if he is right on something, e.g. I bet you $20 that you can't beat me in the swimming race tomorrow; Duryodan forced Yudhistir to bet on a came of dice; Do not bet on the horse races, you might loose your money.
2 get verb 1. To obtain, earn, buy, e.g. Please go to the shops and get me a box of matches; If you study hard you will get good marks on the exam. 2. To receive, e.g. I got your letter this morning; I get letters every day. 3. To become, e.g. In summer it gets very hot here; Don't tell him, otherwise he will get mad. 4. To arrive; travel, e.g. I will get there by train; What time did you get to Delhi? set verb (set, setting, past set) 1. To give homework or examination, e.g. Our teacher set too much homework for today; The examination will be set by the Board of Education. 2. To fix a price, e.g. Each school sets its own fees. 3. To be determined, e.g. He has his mind set on getting a new car. 4. A group of matching items, e.g. I need a pencil set for drawing class and a geometry set for maths class. 5. To arrange something, e.g. Please set up the classroom. yet adverb (used at the end of a sentence) 1. By now, so far, e.g. Are you ready yet? He has not come yet, he will come later. 2. However, e.g. A lot has been achieved, yet more remains to be done. bell A round metal object that makes noise when it is moved from side to side, e.g. Please ring the bell at 12 o'clock; Please ring the temple bell.
3 tell verb (tell, telling, past told) 1. To say something, inform, explain, speak, order, e.g. Please tell me a story; I told him where I live; He is telling the truth; I told him to go out of the room. 2. To know, judge, recognize, e.g. I can tell he is your brother because you are so similar! The boy could not tell the difference between the books. fell Verb (fall, falling, past fell past part fallen) Past tense of 'fell'; to come or go down, e.g. He fell out of bed then fell down the stairs; The bird fell out of the tree; My hair is falling out; The price of rice has fallen. yell verb (yell, yelling, past yelled) To talk loudly; shout, e.g. I yelled because he was far away and he couldn't hear me; My father yelled at me for spilling the beans; Please speak quietly, do not yell! sum 1. The full amount obtained by adding, e.g. What is the sum of 8 and 4? 2. An amount of money, e.g. He payed a large sum for the house. 3. Mathematical problems, e.g. The children were sitting at their desk doing sums.
4 bum 1. (impolite) The part of the body on which one sits, e.g. I have a pain in my bum. 2. (impolite) A person who lives on the street, e.g. Some people say that he is a bum but really he is a Sadhu. yum exclamation Used to express pleasure at eating, or at the prospect of eating, a particular food, e.g. I like pizza. Yum! adjective Yummy; tasty, e.g. This meal is yum! This meal is yummy! yes Noun A statement of agreement, e.g. Yes, you can come in; Mum said, Yes, you can go to your friend's house. pack Short form of backpack, e.g. Please put the books in the pack. verb (pack, packing, past packed) To put things together in a box, bag, etc, e.g. Pack your clothes in the box, We are packing our things to get ready to move house; Children, please pack up your toys. lack verb (lack, lacking, past lacked ) To not have something that is needed, e.g. I can't buy it due to lack of money; He lacks the qualities of a good teacher. sack A large bag made of coarse cloth, e.g. When I saw him, he was carrying a sack of potatoes on his back; I bought a sack of flour at the market. verb (sack, sacking, past sacked) To remove someone from employment e.g. He got sacked from his job today.
5 tack A type of small, sharp nail with a flat head e.g. Please put a tack on each corner of the map. verb (tack, tacking, past tacked) To fasten with tacks, e.g. We tacked the map on the board. quack 1. The sound a duck makes, e.g. The duck said, quack, quack! 2. An unqualified doctor, e.g. Don't go to see that doctor, he is a quack! pick verb (pick, picking, past picked) 1. To choose from a selection, e.g. He picked the red pen; He picked me to be in the play. 2. To take with the fingers, e.g. He picked up the red pen from the ground; He is picking fruit from the trees; The little girl was picking her nose. sick adjective 1. Ill, unwell, vomiting, e.g. He is not coming to school today because he is sick; He was being sick in the toilet. 2. Mentally unhealthy, e.g. He has a sick mind. 3. Tired of, bored of, e.g. I am sick of hearing about his problems; I am sick of this hot weather. lick verb (lick, licking, past licked ) To pass the tongue over, e.g. I lick my ice cream; The cow licked me. quick Fast, done in a short time, e.g. Lets go for a quick walk; We only have time for a quick meal; If you want to catch the train, be quick.
6 sit verb (sits, sitting, past and past part. sat) To put the weight of the body on the buttocks, e.g. Sit down! He was sitting on the bus; He sat on my foot. bit [Past tense of bite] verb (bite, biting, past bit, past part bitten) 1. To use the teeth to cut or break something, e.g. He bit my apple; He has bitten the apple; I bit my tongue. 2. [with reference to animals] To sting, e.g. A mosquito bit me; An ant bit me. A small piece, e.g. Please give me a bit of your carrot, just a little bit...; He put a bit of cake in her mouth. adverb (note: all adjectives can have a bit in front of them) Rather, e.g. He is a bit better than before (better but not completely recovered from his illness); He is a bit silly; It's getting a bit late, we should go. lit [past tense of 'light'] Verb (light, lighting, past lit) To set fire to, e.g. He lit the candle with a match; Who lit this fire? Please light the stove. hit verb (hit, hitting, past hit, pres part hitting) 1. To strike; to bring something against something else with force, e.g. The ball hit her on the head; He hit me on my arm; That car hit a dog. 2. The number of viewers of a webpage, e.g. There have been 100 hits on this webpage. quit verb (quit, quitting, past quit or quitted) To stop, finish, e.g. I quit smoking; Quit cheating! He quit his job; Quit bugging me!
7 liquid Not solid or gassy, something you can drink, e.g. Water is a liquid, so is paint. taxi A car with a driver that you pay to go somewhere, e.g. We caught a taxi to Delhi. maxi (short form of maximum) 1. Large, long, e.g. I want a maxi size drink. 2. A nightdress, e.g. She was wearing a maxi. mini Short, small, e.g. Our school bus is a minibus; Personal computers are minicomputers. Diwali The name of a Hindu festival, The festival of Lights, first celebrated in Ayodhya, when Lord Ram returned home and the townsfolk welcomed him by decorating their homes with lamps, e.g. What are you doing on Diwali? Ravi proper noun A man's name kiwi A kind of fruit not common in India, e.g. Do you like kiwi fruit?
8 Tricky Words he pronoun 3rd male person singular. A male person or animal that is already known or has been mentioned before, e.g. I spoke to your father just before he went out; I met your brother today, he is nice; Watch out, he is coming! be verb (be, being, past was) To exist, happen, e.g. I will be back at 10 o'clock; What do you think he will be doing at 10 o'clock? Don't worry, be happy! we pronoun 2nd person plural. The people who are speaking; used as the subject of a sentence e.g. We are going to the shops now, wait for us here. she Pronoun 3rd female person singular. A female person or animal that is known or has been mentioned before, e.g. I spoke to your mother and she said to tell you that she is not angry.
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