to go
/ˈɡoʊ/
verb
to travel or move from one location to another location
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1After lunch, Jimmy and his mother went to the park.
2A lot of Scottish Americans go back to Scotland as tourists.
3They went up to the eighth floor.
4Jake went back to his apartment.
5The butcher goes through about 15,000 pounds of beef and 9,700 pounds of chicken each week.
by
/ˈbaɪ/
preposition
indicating the means of doing or achieving something
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1My sister's got a little hotel by the sea.
2Don’t be wowed by his toxic shirtless masculinity or his judo skills.
3I'm being frisked by Conan.
4In cats, this ocular occurrence boosts low-light sensitivity by almost 50%.
5You can go to a park by yourself with a basketball.
bus
/ˈbəs/
noun
a large vehicle that carries many passengers by road
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1Kenny gets off the bus with his bag.
2I miss buses.
3People use buses every day.
4Then our final word is bus.
5Bus is coming.
car
/kɑɹ/
noun
a road vehicle that has four wheels, an engine, and a small number of seats for people
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1A police car stops the young man in North Street.
2It was something that wasn't in their branding when I bought my car in 2012 at all.
350% of the commercial driver's license tests will include car.
4Daddy can drive car.
5Car made a marshmallow gun shooter type thing.
plane
/ˈpɫeɪn/
noun
a winged flying vehicle driven by one or more engines
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1I remember planes.
2We shoot down planes.
3Planes fly across state lines.
4Planes are a relatively recent invention.
5One, two, three, go: - Plane.
for
/ˈfɔɹ/, /fɝ/, /fɹɝ/
preposition
used to indicate who is supposed to have or use something or where something is intended to be put
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1The shoes on her feet are very big for her.
2The little girl puts out her hand for them.
3Deliveries for its Model Y SUV begin as soon as this March.
4Mercenaries are in it for the loot.
5The statistics speak for themselves.
a
/ˈeɪ/, /ə/
determiner
used before a noun when we are not talking about a specific person or thing
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1A girl brings back some oranges.
2A woman brings back some bananas.
3His most successful business as a teenager was running a lottery.
4Every grain tells a story.
5A colleague was physically there.
walk
/ˈwɑk/, /ˈwɔk/
noun
a short journey we take on foot
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1Don went out for a walk in the morning but he forgot to put on his watch.
2The little girl now walks over the snow in her bare feet.
3Yellow light, walk.
4Walking those steps.
5The bat weevil walk like this.
home
/ˈhoʊm/
noun
the place that we live in, usually with our family
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1He wanted to know the specific time they had returned home.
2When he finally went on his sleepy way home, Tom felt sure that he had just made an excellent new friend.
3Sara's father stays at home.
4This is in large part, due to home equity being bequeathed from one generation to the next.
5Spartan girls lived at home with their mothers as they attended school.
from
/ˈfɹəm/
preposition
used for showing the place where a person or thing comes from
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1The Japanese royal family even claimed descent from dragons.
2Your senate was chosen from among the Patrician class.
3People draw different conclusions from this.
4Your fetid flatulence affliction is from a different source.
5In the lions' territory, The cubs' father arrives back from his sojourn.
school
/ˈskuɫ/
noun
a place where children learn things from teachers
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1His speaking and listening skills are poor, but in school he is good at math and spelling.
2Spartan girls lived at home with their mothers as they attended school.
3School run time.
4School run time.
5Definitely skipped school before.
to go out
/ɡˌoʊ ˈaʊt/
verb
to leave the house to go somewhere, usually to do something enjoyable

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on
/ˈɑn/, /ˈɔn/
preposition
used to show a day or date
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1A young person was standing on the other side of the pond.
2She quickly puts a golden apple on the table.
3She quickly puts some wax on the scales.
4The jogger puts his hand on the old woman’s arm.
5Addiction overall is tough on any human being.
Friday
/ˈfɹaɪˌdeɪ/, /ˈfɹaɪdi/
noun
‌the day that takes place after Thursday
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1The next opera night was Friday.
2Today is Friday.
3Fridays became Lynn's special time.
4His birthday was Friday.
5- One, two, three, flash back Friday.
shopping
/ˈʃɑpɪŋ/
noun
the act of buying goods from stores
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1So, shopping creates a momentum.
2So my sister loved shopping.
3People love shopping.
4Spending a day out shopping?
5Shopping takes time.
to
/ˈtu/, /tə/, /tɪ/
preposition
used to say where someone or something goes
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1The tall lady speaks to Alissa.
2The unemployment rate declined to 13.3 percent.
3Every ten billion years one single grain of sand falls to the bottom.
4The control wire connects to a coil of wire inside the relay.
5Blackstone's attorney spoke to us about the fees.
restaurant
/ˈɹɛsˌtɹɑnt/, /ˈɹɛstɝˌɑnt/
noun
a place where we pay to sit and eat a meal
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1The system revolutionized the restaurant business and introduced the term "fast food."
2When he saw that the restaurant had some nice fresh rolls, he asked the waitress for one, and she brought it.
3All the restaurants in the city are busy on Thursday.
4Restaurants are back!
5In Brazil, the government runs restaurants too.
bed
/ˈbɛd/
noun
furniture we use to sleep on that normally has a frame and mattress
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1Damian soon got out of bed after that.
2The first word is 'bed'.
3'bed' Now the second word is, bid.
4Make bed.
5Enter the self making bed by smart dovet.
late
/ˈɫeɪt/
adjective
doing or happening not at the time that is usual or expected, but after it
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1She was late and in a hurry, but the people searched her and her bag carefully.
2When he hugged his daughter to soothe his pain, he realized his mistake too late.
3Leaders acted late.
4More people came late.
5The hospitals usually run late.
church
/ˈtʃɝtʃ/
noun
a building where Christians go to worship and practice their religion
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1Church is important, Stan.
2Churches sit alongside temples.
3Church: Stop it.
4Church: Stop it.
5That is, churches should support the preachers and missionaries.
mosque
/ˈmɑsk/, /ˈmɔsk/
noun
a place of worship, used by Muslims
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1The mosque is a gathering place.
2Mosques were actually firebombed.
3In the Albanian countryside, even the smallest villages have new mosques.
4During the 30 days of Ramadan, the Imam Reza mosque hosts a break fast of epic proportions.
5In Pakistan now, the mosques are handing out contraception.
the
/ˈðə/, /ðə/, /ði/
determiner
used when referring to a person or thing that was previously mentioned or one that is identified easily
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1The ads will certainly emphasize things like good taste, easy preparation, and high nutrition.
2The two men read the letter again.
3The lunatics are running the asylum.
4The city has a massive migrant workforce.
5His attorney called the charges wholly without merit.
beach
/ˈbitʃ/
noun
an area of sand or small stones next to the sea or a lake
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1There are long, white, empty beaches here and the 5,000-year-old stone circle at Callanish.
2And beach means dip yo hip in the Indian ocean.
3Northern Resident orcas visit pebble beaches daily.
4- You said beach, really?
5He goes beach. -
back
/ˈbæk/
adverb
in the direction behind us
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1A lot of Scottish Americans go back to Scotland as tourists.
2Jake went back to his apartment.
3But in the afternoon, some customers come back.
4This is back when he was still mining in his spare time.
5In the lions' territory, The cubs' father arrives back from his sojourn.
work
/ˈwɝk/
noun
something that we do regularly to earn money
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1The dentist did a lot of work in his mouth for a long time.
2What time do you finish work?'
3While some wealthy homeowners can afford private firefighting crews, the vast majority of firefighters work for the government.
4Normally, cells work together to form structures like organs, tissue or elements of the immune system.
5I’ll spare you the work.
holiday
/ˈhɑɫəˌdeɪ/, /ˈhɑɫɪˌdeɪ/
noun
a day or period of time fixed by law when we don't have to go to school or work
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1Holidays are a lot of work.
2The next topic is holidays.
3I hate holidays.
4Holidays are the time for Zen photographs on secluded beaches.
5We had holidays.
to have
/ˈhæv/
verb
to hold, possess, or own an object or a quality
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1The arrangement had mutual benefits for the public and the museum.
2Apparently, the human nose has about one thousand different types of olfactory neurons.
3One clan in the USA - Clan Donald - has 4,000 families.
4Another brilliant physicist, Alexander Friedmann, had also reached the same conclusion.
5The city has a massive migrant workforce.
bike
/ˈbaɪk/
noun
a vehicle that has two wheels and moves when we push its pedals with our feet
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1Guardian Bikes makes bikes for kids.
2So in our world-- bike world-- most people just assemble bikes.
3Bike ridin' time!
4Bikes are the only vehicles capable of the bone-shaking journey.
5Many people ride bikes here.
breakfast
/ˈbɹɛkfəst/
noun
the first meal someone has in the early hours of the day
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1They are eating breakfast.
2The couple had breakfast at a restaurant in the residential complex.
3You guys have breakfast yet?
4- Have you guys had breakfast yet?
5His mom cooked me breakfast.
lunch
/ˈɫəntʃ/
noun
a meal eaten in the middle of the day
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1After lunch, Jimmy and his mother went to the park.
2- Eat lunch.
3Having lunch.
4Lunch is over!
5We all just had snacks instead of lunch
dinner
/ˈdɪnɝ/
noun
the main meal of the day, eaten either in the middle of the day or in the evening
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1The stupid horse hospital puts dinner on your table.
2People hosted dinners for him.
3Ham dinner kind of sounds yummy.
4Does your family usually have dinner together?
5My dad finished dinner early that evening.
drink
/ˈdɹɪŋk/
noun
any liquid that we can drink
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1In 1859, Louis Pasteur developed a procedure to make milk from farm animals safe to drink.
2- Drink! -
3drink partner drink.
4- Drink? -
5Bacon drink tabs!
good
/ˈɡʊd/, /ɡɪd/
adjective
having a standard or quality that is satisfying
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1The ads will certainly emphasize things like good taste, easy preparation, and high nutrition.
2A gardener was not a good husband for a Clarkson girl!'
3We just got a really good photographer.
4Even the cats eat good cheese here.
5I never got good grades, wasn't some kid prodigy.
time
/ˈtaɪm/
noun
the quantity that is measured in seconds, minutes, hours, etc. using a device like clock
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1The computer system checks the rider's body movements about 100 times every second.
2I don’t have any time for hobbies.
3What time do you finish work?'
4That business over time potentially could decline.
5The time has come to answer for your mortal crimes, Makasu!
sandwich
/ˈsæmwɪtʃ/, /ˈsændwɪtʃ/, /ˈsænwɪtʃ/
noun
two pieces of bread with cheese, meat, etc. between them
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1Then he married, so he thought, 'Now my wife's going to make my sandwiches.'
2"Check out our cro-sandwiches!"
3Sandwiching the brain together.
4Yeah video on the scallion pancake sandwiches.
5These over here are sandwiches.
shower
/ˈʃaʊɝ/
noun
an act of washing our body while standing under a stream of water
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1I finally showered, after a couple of days.
2- Shower your happy tree.
3I hated showers!
4We do a morning breakfast, shower.
5Get shower.
bath
/ˈbæθ/
noun
the action of washing our body in a bathtub by putting it into water
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1Enjoy baths.
2The other thing, too, is taking baths.
3Ramen noodles bath.
4I loved baths!
5But, some dogs hate baths.
swim
/ˈswɪm/
noun
a period or act of moving our body through water with the use of our arms and legs
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1Imagine that a boat capsizes, and 10 survivors swim to shore on a deserted island.
2Swim the river.
3Swim your way out
4People swim here.
5These tuna swim the entire ocean.
to get
/ˈɡɛt/, /ˈɡɪt/
verb
to receive or come to have something
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1Have you got any hobbies?
2My sister's got a little hotel by the sea.
3- You get a whole bunch of clothes in that washing machine!
4We just got a really good photographer.
5It got a laugh.
newspaper
/ˈnuzˌpeɪpɝ/
noun
a printed publication or a set of large folded sheets of printed paper that contain news, articles, ads, etc., usually issued daily or weekly
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1People were just buying newspapers.
2Newspapers went out of business.
3The Venetian gazette was a precursor to the modern newspaper.
4Newspapers had circulations in the low thousands.
5Newspapers also have sections.
taxi
/ˈtæksi/
noun
a car that has a driver who gets paid for taking people to places
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1And now, with the rise of Lyft and Uber, taxis represent just 12.5%.
2Just taxiing.
3Jo maxi simply means taxi.
4You use taxi.
5Soon, even flying taxi.
email
/iˈmeɪɫ/
noun
a digital message that is sent from one person to another person or group of people using a system called email
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1Police lieutenants exchanged email on the case.
2Can this thing do email, actually?
3People email longer messages to friends or co-workers.
4Email does.
5Emails take up very little space on the server.
dressed
/ˈdɹɛst/
adjective
wearing one or multiple items of clothing
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1Get dressed.
2Get dressed!
3Get dressed!
4A gentleman is well dressed.
5Some people get less dressed up.
airport
/ˈɛɹˌpɔɹt/
noun
a large place where planes take off and land, with buildings and other facilities, in which passengers wait for their flights
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1One day, Mr Smith came to the airport, and the men searched him and his luggage first.
2Narrator: Airports suck.
3airports are commonly fenced off to prevent drones from interfering with airport operations.
4airports are commonly fenced off to prevent drones from interfering with airport operations.
5Airport orange $1.10.
to get up
/ɡɛt ˈʌp/
verb
to wake up and get out of bed
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1Get up! -
2- Get up.
3- No, Christine, get up here.
4Get up!
5Get up!

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