English Vocabulary for Children & ESL Students – Vocabulary Lesson 6

In this free English video lesson you’ll learn English vocabulary for children & ESL students – full, pull & hold.

 

full

Full means that you cannot put anything else into something.

e.g.    Don’t talk with your mouth full.

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e.g.    The car was full of people.

The car was full of people - Learn English for beginners - English vocabulary for children (kids) & ESL students, learn the most common English words with pictures & example sentences

 

pull

Pull means to bring something toward you.

e.g.    Sam can pull a wagon by himself.

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e.g.    Two horses pulled the carriage.

Two horses pulled the carriage - Learn English for beginners - English vocabulary for children (kids) & ESL students, learn the most common English words with pics & example sentences

 

hold

Hold means to take something or keep something in your hands or arms.

e.g.    She’s holding the baby in her arms.

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e.g.    How do you hold a puppy?

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