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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #119210: Vocabulary: welcoming Baby!
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    Vocabulary: welcoming Baby!


    A baby is very small... Yet Baby's arrival in the family is a radical change for the new parents. Baby's new presence is similar to a real tornado...  

     

     

    However little, a Baby takes a lot of room and draws everybody's admiration and applause... 

     

             A pregnancy test   

                 Signs of pregnancy       

                 an ultrasound       


                                                          

                                                So tiny...

     

    "Moses basket"/ a bassinet (US)        

             To breastfeed / to nurse                 

       "The mute button"/ a pacifier/ a dummy (UK)

                            "formula"                           A bottle                          Teats
                
                      A changing table                        A crib                          A cot
     
               A rattle

                    A teething ring     

                          A play pen

     

     a pregnancy  to be expecting a baby   
     an expectant mother  a maternity leave
     a mother-to-be childbirth
     a midwife a gynaecologist
     contractions  to be in labour
     to give birth to a girl  to deliver somebody's baby)  
     a delivery a caesarean birth/ section
     to be born stillborn
     nappies a todler= a very young kid
     SIDS * a newborn baby
     a premature baby (preemie)  twins/ triplets
     to have an abortion to miscarry=> a miscarriage
     artificial insemination  a surrogate (mother)

    * SIDS= Sudden Infant Death Syndrom

     

                                           



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    1) Baby Emma was asleep in her pink next to her mother’s armchair.

    2) Brian told me that his sister Elena is now and having a rest at their parents’.

    3) They’re ever so happy because she had several in the past years and had given up hope....

    4) Her sister is a at the local hospital where Elena will in a few months.

    5) are said to have a better immune system than those who are given from birth.

    6) In the Third World, mustn’t be promoted as the use of polluted water puts the babies’ health at risk.

    7) Oh dear... Baby Leo is crying... He must have lost his again... Go and give him back, please.

    8) I’ve found a for the baby to catch, hold and shake. It’s a very colourful toy and he’ll like it.









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