Etsha Sarnie
Hello! I have listened to the story in English and I have found some new words for me, so I tried to make sentences for each word. Kindly please if you want to give me correction, I will be very thankful for your help! 1. hatch : I curious and want to see how the chicken eggs are ready to hatch. 2. poke: I was poking my heads out the window when my friends called me. 3. wander: Sometimes I have an imagination that I can wander to all the world. 4. shiver: I can not imagine that how Holland so cold now! I would be shiver if I was there. 5. chap: Hey, smart chap! Please help me to do my homework! 6. peck: When I fed my chicks, they peck it immediately. 7. beak: All of the birds definitely have a beak. 8. peasant: Almost of the peasant of my hometown is a friendly person. 9. ashamed: My husband looked ashamed of himself when he talked to me for the first time. 10. bowed his head low: My cousin must bow his head low when he entered the room because he is taller than the door. 11. bend: My husband bends his head to kiss me. 12. astonish: He was astonished when he got a birthday surprise from his family.
Feb 15, 2021 12:51 PM
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Hello! I listened to a story in English and I found some words that were new to me, so I tried to write a sentence for each word. If you would please correct me, I will be very thankful for your help! 1. hatch : I'm curious and want to see if the chicken eggs are ready to hatch. 2. poke: I was poking my head out the window when my friends called me. 3. wander: Sometimes I imagine that I can wander around the whole world. 4. shiver: I cannot imagine how cold Holland is now! I would be shivering if I was there. 5. chap: Hey, smart chap! Please help me do my homework! 6. peck: When I feed my chicks, they peck at the food immediately. 7. beak: All of the birds definitely have a beak. 8. peasant: Almost of the peasant of my hometown is a friendly person. 9. ashamed: My husband looked ashamed of himself when he talked to me for the first time. 10. bowed his head low: My cousin must bow his head low when he enters the room because he is taller than the door. 11. bend: My husband bends down to kiss me. 12. astonish: He was astonished when he got a birthday surprise from his family.
Hi Etsha, this is such an awesome way to practice! You did a great job. I'm not sure about #5, because I'm from the US, and we don't really use the word "chap." For #6 ("peck"), if a chicken (or another bird) is pecking something large, like a person or an animal, or a tree, you can say "peck," as in, "He's pecking me!" If it's pecking something tiny, like grains of food, we usually say "peck at." I didn't quite understand what you wrote for #8 (peasant). Great job with everything!
Feb 15, 2021 11:52 PM
Hello! I have listened to a story in English and I have found some new words for me, so I tried to make sentences for each word. Kindly, if you want to, give me corrections. I will be very thankful for your help! 1. hatch : I'm curious and want to see how the chicken eggs are ready to hatch. 2. poke: I was poking my head out of the window when my friends called me. 3. wander: Sometimes I have an imagination that I can wander around the whole world. 4. shiver: I can not imagine that how Holland is so cold now! I would be shivering if I was there. 5. chap: Hey, smart chap! Please help me to do my homework! 6. peck: When I fed my chicks, they peck it immediately.( Peck can be used for a kiss of very short time) 7. beak: All of the birds definitely have a beak. 8. peasant: Almost all the peasants of my hometown are friendly person. 9. ashamed:( means being shameful for something) like He seemed ashamed of his bad behaviour. My husband looked shy of himself when he talked to me for the first time. 10. bowed his head low: My cousin must bow his head low when he entered the room because he is taller than the door. 11. bend: My husband bends his head to kiss me. 12. astonish: He was astonished when he got a birthday surprise from his family.
Feb 15, 2021 3:01 PM
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Etsha Sarnie
Language Skills
English, Indonesian
Learning Language
English