aerobics
/ɝˈoʊbɪks/
noun
a type of exercise that is designed to make one's lungs and heart stronger, often performed with music
exercise
/ˈɛksɝˌsaɪz/
noun
a mental or physical activity that helps keep our mind and body healthy
puzzle
/ˈpəzəɫ/
noun
a game that needs a lot of thinking in order to be finished or done
cycling
/ˈsaɪkəɫɪŋ/, /ˈsaɪkɫɪŋ/
noun
the sport or activity of riding a bicycle
gallery
/ˈɡæɫɝi/
noun
a place in which works of art are shown or sold to the public
chess
/ˈtʃɛs/
noun
a strategic two-player board game where players move pieces with different abilities across a board with the objective of capturing the opponent's king
football
/ˈfʊtˌbɔɫ/
noun
a sport, played by two teams of 11 players who try to score by carrying or crossing an oval ball into the other team’s end zone or kicking the ball through the opponent's goalposts
tennis
/ˈtɛnəs/, /ˈtɛnɪs/
noun
a sport played with rackets by two or four players, who hit a small ball backwards and forwards over a net on a marked court
to love
/ˈɫəv/
verb
to have very strong feelings for someone or something that is important to us and we like a lot and want to take care of
to like
/ˈɫaɪk/
verb
to feel that someone or something is good, enjoyable, or interesting
quite
/ˈkwaɪt/
adverb
to the highest degree
to mind
/ˈmaɪnd/
verb
(often used in negative or question form) to be upset, annoyed or worried by something or someone
to hate
/ˈheɪt/
verb
to really not like something or someone
to cook
/ˈkʊk/
verb
to make food with heat
to dance
/ˈdæns/
verb
to move the body to music in a special way
to drive
/ˈdɹaɪv/
verb
to control the movement and the speed of a car, bus, truck, etc. when it is moving
piano
/piˈænə/, /piˈænoʊ/
noun
a musical instrument played by pressing the black and white keys on the keyboard
to sing
/ˈsɪŋ/
verb
to use our voice in order to produce musical sounds in the form of a tune or song
to speak
/ˈspik/
verb
to use one's voice to express a particular feeling or to communicate information
French
/fɹˈɛntʃ/
noun
the main language of France that is also spoken in parts of other countries such as Canada, Switzerland, Belgium, etc.
computer
/kəmˈpjutɝ/
noun
an electronic device that stores and processes data
computer program
/kəmpjˈuːɾɚ pɹˈoʊɡɹæm/
noun
a collection of instructions or code written in a programming language that tells a computer how to perform a specific task or function
January
/ˈdʒænjuˌɛɹi/
noun
the first month of the year, after December and before February
February
/ˈfɛbjəˌwɛɹi/, /ˈfɛbɹuˌɛɹi/
noun
the second month of the year, after January and before March
March
/ˈmɑɹtʃ/
noun
the third month of the year, after February and before April
April
/ˈeɪpɹəɫ/
noun
the fourth month of the year, after March and before May
May
/ˈmeɪ/
noun
the fifth month of the year, after April and before June
June
/ˈdʒun/
noun
the sixth month of the year, after May and before July
July
/ˌdʒuˈɫaɪ/, /dʒəˈɫaɪ/
noun
the seventh month of the year, after June and before August
August
/ˈɑɡəst/, /ˈɔɡəst/
noun
the eighth month of the year, after July and before September
September
/sɛpˈtɛmbɝ/
noun
the ninth month of the year, after August and before October
October
/ɑkˈtoʊbɝ/
noun
the tenth month of the year, after September and before November
November
/noʊˈvɛmbɝ/
noun
the 11th month of the year, after October and before December
December
/dɪˈsɛmbɝ/
noun
the 12th and last month of the year, after November and before January
first
/ˈfɝst/
determiner
coming or happening before any other person or thing
second
/ˈsɛkənd/
determiner
coming or happening just after the first person or thing
third
/ˈθɝd/
determiner
coming or happening right after the second person or thing
fourth
/ˈfɔɹθ/
determiner
coming or happening just after the third person or thing
fifth
/ˈfɪfθ/, /ˈfɪθ/
determiner
coming or happening just after the fourth person or thing
sixth
/ˈsɪksθ/
determiner
coming or happening right after the fifth person or thing
seventh
/ˈsɛvənθ/
determiner
coming or happening just after the sixth person or thing
eighth
/ˈeɪtθ/, /ˈeɪθ/
determiner
coming or happening right after the seventh person or thing
ninth
/ˈnaɪnθ/
determiner
coming or happening just after the eighth person or thing
tenth
/ˈtɛnθ/
determiner
coming or happening right after the ninth person or thing
eleventh
/ˈiɫɛvənθ/, /ɪˈɫɛvənθ/
adjective
coming or happening right after the tenth person or thing
twelfth
/ˈtwɛɫfθ/
adjective
coming or happening right after the eleventh person or thing
thirteenth
/ˈθɝˈtinθ/
adjective
coming or happening right after the twelfth person or thing
fourteenth
/ˈfɔɹˈtinθ/, /ˌfɔɹˈtinθ/
adjective
coming or happening right after the thirteenth person or thing
fifteenth
/fɪfˈtinθ/
adjective
coming or happening right after the fourteenth person or thing
sixteenth
/ˈsɪkˈstinθ/, /sɪkˈstinθ/
adjective
coming or happening right after the fifteenth person or thing
seventeenth
/ˈsɛvənˈtinθ/
adjective
coming or happening right after the sixteenth person or thing
eighteenth
/ˈeɪˈtinθ/, /eɪˈtinθ/
adjective
coming or happening right after the seventeenth person or thing
nineteenth
/ˈnaɪnˈtinθ/
adjective
coming or happening right after the eighteenth person or thing
twentieth
/ˈtwɛniəθ/, /ˈtwɛniɪθ/, /ˈtwɛntiəθ/, /ˈtwɛntiɪθ/
adjective
coming or happening right after the nineteenth person or thing
twenty-first
/ˈtwɛntiˌfɝst/
adjective
coming or happening right after the twentieth person or thing
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