People teach PEP version of the fourth grade English book next -the third grade starting point, the list, and example summary
People teach the PEP version of the fourth grade English (third grade starting point) word list and example sentence exchange include 6 learning units and 104 words.
*Unit 1 (13 words)
He was the first person to cross the end line.
Ying [fɜ: st] / n. First floor
He is the first one to cross the finish line. (He is the first person to cross the end line.)
Ying [əsek ]nd] / n. Second floor
Britain has droped from second to Third Place in the League.
British/ Teacher’s Office
Maybe he”s in the teachers”office. (He may be in the teacher’s office.)
Ying [ɪlaəbrˈri] / n. Library
The One Student are looking for some books in the libray. (A student is looking for some books in the library.)
Ying [ɪPleʊgraˈnd] / n. Playground
We also have a big playground. (We still have a large playground.)
· Computer Room
Ying [kˈmupju: tə ru: m] / computer room
We have a new computer room. (We have a new computer room.)
· Art Room
Ying [u: T Ru: M] / Art Classroom
There”s an art room in my school. (There is an art classroom in my school.)
· Music Room
Ying [:mju: Zik Ru: M] / Music Classroom
In the music Room there a little piano. (There is a small piano in the music room.)
· Next to
British [nekst tu:] / prep. Close to; in … nearby
Canada is next to the united states.
Ying [ɜHəʊmwk: k] / n.
It was late at night and he was strong working after his homework.
Ying [klɑ: s] / n. Class; Class
She is teaching class to his studers.
Ying [tfɔ: ti] / n. Forty
Congeratulation on Turning Forty Years Old!
Ying [we /] / n.
It was very different to see our way before of the fog.
*Unit 2 (18 words)
What’s for breakfast?
Ying [əBrekf /st] / n. Breakfast, breakfast
What”’S for Breakfast? (What do you eat for breakfast?)
English [ɪʃgl n] / n. English
I can speak English very well. (I speak well in English.)
Ying [lʌnt n] / n. Lunch; lunch
We had an exceedingly good lunch.
· MUSIC Class
Ying [:mju: zik klɑ: s] / n. Music class
They are having a music class.
· PE Class
British/ ABBR. Sports Class
We have a pe class today. (We are taking physical education today.)
Ying [ədɪn) (R)] / n.
I gave a dinner party for a few close friend.
· Get up
Ying [ʌET /P] / getting up
When do you get everything? (When do you get up every day?)
· Go to school
Ying [:U TU: SKU: L] / Go to school
I go to school at 7:00. (I go to school at seven o’clock.)
· Go HOME
Ying [əU h ]um] / Go home
I go home at 17:00. (I go home at 17 o’clock.)
· Go to Bed
Ying [:U TU: Bed] / Go to bed
I go to bed at 21:00. (I sleep at 21:00.)
Ying [rvə (R)] / adv. End
He jumped over the barrier easily.
Ying [na /] / n. Now; Current
What time is it now? (What time is it now?)
Ying [ɒkl /k] / adv. (Represents the whole point) …
It”s a large clock. (This is a big clock.)
Ying [k ]d] / n. Child
The little likes to play in the park. (This child likes to play in the park.)
Ying [tθɜ: ti] / n. Thirty
The cheat Thirty Years Old. (The chef is thirty years old.)
· Hurry up
Ying [iHʌri ]P] / fast point
Hurry up! The film has begun. (Fast! The movie has begun.)
· Come on
Ying [kɔm /n] / fast; come on
Come on now. You know you must be hungry. (Okay, come on, you must be hungry.)
· Just a minute
Ying [dəst ˈ iMinit] / Wait a while
Hey, just a minute! (Hi, wait!)
*Unit 3 (22 words)
I prefer the cold, snow -capped mountains than warm places.
Ying [kdld] / adj. Cold; cold
I prefer the cold, snowy mountains over warm places.
Ying [ku: l] / adj. Cool; cool
It”s cooland windy. (The weather is cool and windy.)
Ying [wɔ: m] / adj. Warm, warm
The weather cooled off, wo we made a fire to keep warm.
Ying [hɒt] / adj. Hot; hot
It was a hot, humid summer day. (This is a humid summer.)
Ying [iSʌni] / adj.
I love sunny. (I like sunny.)
Ying [dwɪndi] / adj.
It”s windy. (The weather is windy.)
Ying [ʊkla ]di] / adj. Cloudy; cloudy
It”S Cloudy. (Cloudy.)
Ying [əʊsn /i] / adj. Snow (more)
It”s snowy. (Snow.)
Ying [iReɪni] / adj. Rainy, rainy
I don’t rainy. (I don’t like raining.)
Ying [ˈaʊtɪsaˌd] / ADV. Outdoor
The birds will winter outside in an aviary.
· Be Careful
Ying [bi: ɛəklful] / n. Be careful
Be careful not to slip. (Be careful, don’t slide down.)
Ying [ðəwe) (R)] / n. Weather
What”s the weatherlike today, dad? (Dad, how about the weather today?)
· New York
British/ New York
Hours Later We Reacked the Outskirts of New York. (We arrived in the suburbs of New York a few hours later.)
· How About
British [hau ubaut] / … how about … what?
Well, I enjoyed that. How about you two? (Well, I think it is great. What about you two?)
Ying [dɪˈgri:] / n.
The boat is now leaning at a 30 degree angle.
Ying [wɜ: ld] / n. World
This world has enough for every”s need. (This world can meet everyone’s needs.)
Ying [” lənd’n] / n. London
These are symbols of london. (These are all signs of London.)
Ying [” məʊsk’] / n. Moscow
MOSCOW in the Winter Looks Like Something from a Fairy Tale. (Moscow in winter looks like a fairy tale.)
Ying [əSɪŋgɔ’Pɔ:] / n. Singapore City
Singapore and South Africa Have Established Diplomatic Relations. (Singapore and South Africa have established diplomatic relations.)
Ying [” sɪdn’] / n. Sydney
Sydney is in the soundHeTheast of Australia.
Ying [FLAɪ] / vi. Put (kite, etc.)
The will geese fly from north to south.
Ying [lʌv] / vt. & Vi (enthusiastic greetings at the end of the letter) love you
I love looking after the children. (I like to take care of children.)
*Unit 4 (16 words)
I want some tomatoes and eggs.
Ying [təˈmɑ: t n] / n. Tomato
I want some tomatoes and eggs. (I want some tomatoes and eggs.)
Ying [pəˈteəʊt n] / n. Potatoes, potatoes
I want some meat and portatoes. (I want some meat and potatoes.)
· Green Beans
English/ n. Bean horn, four seasons beans
We planted green beans. (We also planted four seasons.)
Ying [əkær /t] / n. Carrot
Bring some carrots in from the garden, so we can cook dinner.
Ying [hɔ: s] / n. Horse
The horse he painted is very lifelike.
Ying [kaʊ] / n. Cow; cow
A mature cow has horns.
Ying i: p] / n. Sheep, sheep
Sheep are raised to Produce Wool.
Ying [Hen] / n. Hen
The Chickens Gathered Under The Hen.
British [zi: z] / adj.
I’m going to eat all of the. (I want to eat all of them!)
Ying [jʌm] / int.
Seaweed and Tofu Soup! Mmmmm yum!
Ying [lnɪml] / n. Animals, beasts
Every kind of animal webent on the boat.
British [az] / adj. (The plural form of that)
Is the boy playing with the those birds?
Ying [dgɑ: dn] / n. Garden, vegetable garden
Let”s go to the garden. (Let’s go to the garden.)
Ying [fɑ: m] / n. Farm
I’m going to the farm. (I want to go to the farm.)
Ying [gəʊt] / n. Goat
A Goat is difficult from a sheep. (Different goats and sheep.)
Ying [i: t] / vt. & Vi. Eat.
She was eative a sandwich. (She is eating sandwiches.)
*Unit 5 (16 words)
I have begun weaving clothes for my baby.
Ying [kləʊðz] / n. Clothing; clothing
I have always started knitting baby clothes.
Ying [pænts] / n. Pants
I bought sectral new pairs of pants. (I bought a few new pants.)
Ying [hæt] / n. (Often refers to the eaves) hat
Several Styles of Hat Were Available.
Ying [Dres] / n. Dress
Look at my dress. (Look at my dress.)
Ying [SK t: T] / n. Women’s skirt
I like your skirt. (I like your skirt.)
Ying [k ]t] / n. Course, coat
She would a whole coat to keep warm in the winter.
Ying [əswet) (R)] / n. Sweater
She wears a yellow sweater. (She wore a yellow sweater.)
Ying [sɒk] / n. Socks
I bough a new pair of sock yesterday. (I bought a pair of new socks yesterday.)
Ying : ts] / n. Shorts
I like your shorts. (I like your shorts.)
Ying [ɪDʒæk /t] / n. Jacket
My brown jacket is very extensive. (My brown jacket is very expensive.)
Ying [ /: t] / n. (Especially men) shirts
Put on your shirt. (Put on your shirt.)
Ying [jɔ: z] / adj. You; you
Are these all your? (Are these you?)
Ying [hu: z] / pron. Who is
Whose Wallet is this?
Ying [Ma ]n] / Pron. Mine
That was had his fault, it was mine. (That’s not his fault, it’s my fault.)
Ying [pæk] / vt. & Vi. Packing (baggage)
He is packing his suitcase. (He is organizing his suitcase.)
Ying [we ]t] / vt. & Vi. Wait
The space must wait for prey to be ensnared on its web.
*Unit 6 (19 words)
My gloves are blue.
British [GL ]V] / n. (Breakfinger) gloves
My glove are block. (My gloves are blue.)
Ying [SK f: F] / n. Scarf; towel
She tied a knot in her scarf. (She knotted the scarf.)
Ying [remˈbrelʌ] / n. Umbrella; umbrella
Take this umbrella with you. (You bring it with this umbrella.)
I bough a new pair of sunglasses yesterday. (I bought a new sunglasses yesterday.)
Ying [ɪPR ]ti] / adj. Beautiful; exquisite ones
Wow, she”s pretty! Does she have a boyfriend? (Wow, she is beautiful! Do she have a boyfriend?)
Ying [pkˈspensɪv] / adj. Exarled, spend more money
The are so extensive! I can’e buy them! (Oh my god, so expensive! I can’t afford it!)
Ying [tʃi: p] / adj. Cheap; spent less money
They server breakfast all day and sold it cheap.
Ying [na ]s] / adj. OK
Nice to meet you. (I am glad to see you.)
· TRY on
Ying [trai /n] / trial
I try on this beautiful skirt. (I tried this beautiful skirt.)
Ying [Sa ]z] / n. Size; number; number; number
It was made in the size of the clothes.
· OF COURSE
Ying [ɔːv k) (r) s] / Of course
It was, of course, within my right to do so. (Of course I have the right to do so.)
Ying [tu:] / adv. Too too; too much
The box is too small for his to sit in.
Ying [dʒʌst] / adv. Just right; just right
Her wedding raing fits on her finger just right right.
· How much
Ying [hau mʃt 多少] / how much money
How much are they? (How much is they?)
Ying [ieɪti] / num. Eighty
The old man is over Eighty. (This old man is over 80 years old.)
Ying [ədɒl) (R)] / n.
My mother gives me one dollar a week.
Ying [se ]l] / n. Special price sales; big reduction price reduction
I’m at a discus for a speedy sale.
Ying [mɔ: (r)] / adv. More
It”s obvious that you need more time to think. (Obviously you need more time to think.)
Ying [pS] / pron. We
It”s time for us to go. (We should go.)