Inglês/Curso/Básico/Lição 2/Vocabulário

Corpo humano/Human BodyEditar

 

Seres vivos/Living BeingsEditar

Animais/AnimalsEditar

Mamíferos/Mammals (or Mammalians)Editar

  Whale (listen): The blue whale is the biggest animal on Earth.

 Monkey or Ape: Apes are the closest animals from humankind.

 Cow: This cow is black and white.

 Bat (listen): Some bats drink blood. Other bats eat fruits.

 Dog (listen): The dog is the best friend of man.

 Cat (listen): Cats are lazy animals.

Wolf: The wolf is a wild animal.

Lion (listen): Lion is an African animal.

 Elephant: Elephants have big noses and big tusks.

 Pig (listen): Pigs lay in filth.

Aves/BirdsEditar

 Swan: The swan's sing is sad.

 Chicken (listen): Chicken is a farm animal.

 Hummingbird: Hummingbirds are swift.

 Duck: A duck can fly, swim in lakes and walk over ground.

 Penguin: Penguins can swim but can't fly.

 Eagle: Eagles are the masters of sky.

Répteis/ReptilesEditar

 Turtle: Turtles love sunbath.

 Snake: Snakes have no leg.

 Alligator

Anfíbios/AmphibiansEditar

 Frog (listen)

Peixes/FishEditar

Shark: More people are killed every year by pigs than by sharks, which shows you how good we are at evaluating risk. Bruce Schneier

 Goldfish: Goldfishes use to be taken in fish bowls.

Invertebrate AnimalsEditar

  Octopus

 

Ant: "He who can not move an ant, and yet tries to move an elephant, shall find out his folly." --Anonymous

 

Fly (listen): "A closed mouth gathers no flies". -- proverb

  Dragonfly

Plantas/PlantsEditar

 

Tree: The tree which moves some to tears of joy is in the eyes of others only a green thing that stands in the way. ~ William Blake, The Letters, 1799.

 

Flower: The flower is the poetry of reproduction. It is an example of the eternal seductiveness of life. ~ Jean Giraudoux, The Enchanted(1933).

Outros/OthersEditar

 Mushroom