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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #56312: Flowers
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Nature [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - In the sea - Animals and pictures - Fruit-trees - In the garden-vocabulary - Vocabulary: Sea animals - Vocabulary : Animal sounds/cries - Birds and their nests - Trees
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    Flowers


                                                                 Flowers

    lily of the valley

     

     peony

     daffodil

    hydrangea

        

      sunflower

          

                                     water lily 

       

       forget me not

        

       

       daisy

             

         pansy

    dandelion

     

      poppy 

     cornflower

       

           periwinkle         

     

     

    foxglove

    honeysuckle

     

    sweet pea

     

    snowdrop

     

    heather

     

     

    carnation

    marigold

    buttercup

    wisteria

    hollyhock

     

                                                 vocabulary - double click on words you don't understand
                              
    bud seed to flower bunch
    stem to sow to bloom flower-bed
    thorn cutting in bloom window box
    prickle to graft blossom rose garden
    root to prune fragrance hothouse

     

    She pulls the petals from the daisy, one by one, saying:

    'He loves me', 'He loves me not'...





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