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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #85443: In the garden - vocabulary
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    In the garden - vocabulary



    Words with a * are read out in the recording too.

    a gardener

    a lawn

    to mow (mowed, mown) *

    a flower-bed *

    a daffodil

    a tulip

    lily of the valley

    a rose

    a posy

    the orchard*

    a stone*

    a cherry

    an apricot

    a peach

    a plum

    an apple

    a pear

    a berry*



    the kitchen garden*

    a potato (pl. potatoes)*

    a tomato (pl. tomatoes)

    a cabbage

    a carrot

    a bean

    a pea*

    a tool*

    a rake

    a wheelbarrow

    a watering-can

    to water*

    a chain-saw*


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    Come and see my
    ( )   [g...] which is so marvellous with all its ( )   [f...].

    I have to ( )   [m...] the ( )   [l...] and I need your help putting the grass into the ( )   [wh...].

    Please, could you bring me the ( )   [wa...] ? These ( )   [c...] need to be watered.

    I like to have a nap in the ( )   [ki...] (2 words) under a ( )   [t...], and to listen to the birds singing.

    What about a fruit pie with some ( )   [st...] and ( )   [a...]?

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