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Know the acronyms on your result sheet.

Result acronyms

I want to talk on acronyms found on top of every semester result. I think of writing it because I learnt that when the result is out most of us are busy looking at the GPA and CGPA only, and I think GPA and CGPA are not that important to look at than TCR and TCE.

TCR = Total Credit units Recorded

TCE = Total Credit units Earned

GPA = Grade Point Average

CGPA = Cumulative Grade Point Average

When the result is out the first thing to look at is TCR to see whether the credit units recorded are correct, to see if there is no omission.

To know the mentioned above, first know how many courses you registered for that semester (check your course form), then compare the credit units registered in your course form with the credit units recorded on your result. Make sure the credit units registered are the same with the credit units recorded, example:

In my second semester i registered 10 courses having 2 credit units each, that means i registered 20 credit units, so TCR on my result must be 20

If your TCR is not the same with the credit units on your course form, make sure you file a complaint before the deadline because they will require that units before you collect your result.

Thank you.

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English textbook

English book for beginners

English textbook

Vowel letters

a e i o u

a= ant
e= egg
i= ink
o= onion
u= umbrella

Exercise 1

1. Circle the vowel letters
a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z

2. Fill in the space.
a for ____________
e for _____________
i for ______________
o for _____________
u for _____________

Consonants letters
b c d f g h i j k l m n p q r s t v w x y z

b for ball
c for cat
d for dog
f for fish
g for goat
h for horse
j for jug
k for key
l for lion 🦁
m for monkey 🐒
n for nose 👃
p for parrot
q for queen
r for rabbit
s for sun 🌞
t for tiger 🐅
v for van
w for watermelon 🍉
x for xylophone
y for yoyo
z for zebra 🦓

Exercise 2

1 circle of the consonant letters.
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
2. Fill in the gap
H for ____________
M for ____________
S for _____________
Z for ____________
G for _____________
3. Write 10 consonants letters.
A. ___
B. ___
C. ___
D. ___
E. ___

Names of object

Table
Chair
Book
Bag
Spoon
Shoes
Bag
Bottle
Bed
Board
Fish
Look
Goat
Duck
Bird
Five

 

Singular and plural

Boy
Bed
Girl
Teacher
Broom
Plate

Boys
Beds
Girls
Teachers
Brooms
Plates

 

Fill in the missing letters

(Word bank: book, girl, four, give, bag, look, duck, five, good, bird)
B__k
G_rl
B_g
F__r
Fi__
Gi__
G__d
Loo_
Bi_d
__ck

Simple sentences

1. This is a book
2. This is a boy
3. I am a boy
4. I can run
5. This is my food
6. She is a girl

Ch sounds

ch sounds phonics sounds

rich
beach
bench
torch
pinch
lunch
branch
bunch
teach
search
inch
church
touch
peach
check
chain
chair
chase
charm
chat
cheese
chess
chop
choose
church
choose
chick
chilly
chilli
chew
chuck
champ
chimp
chips
chin
chomp
chop
chest
charm
cheer
cheek

 

Sh sounds

Phonics sounds

shade
shake
share
she
sheep
ship
shirt
shoes
shop
shot
share

th sounds

Phonics sounds

three
throw
think
thigh
third
thirsty
thongs
thread
throat
Thursday

st Phonics sounds

test
best
west
nest
vest
dust
last
gust
fast
past
list
mast
fist
wrist

wh sounds

Phonics sounds

whale
wheat
wheel
while
what
whisper
whistle
white
who
when

english book for beginners pdf

 

English reading for beginners

English reading for beginners

Two letter words

A+m= am
A+n= an
A+s= as
A+t= at
D+o= do
G+o= go
H+e= he
I+f= if
I+n= in
I+n= in
I+s= is
I+t= it
M+e= me
N+o= no
O+f= of
O+n= on
T+o= to
U+p= up
U+s= us
W+e= we

Two letters word sentences.

 

1. He is on
2. He go on
3. Do he go on?
4. He do.
5. He is in
6. Is he in?
7. He is in.
8. If he go on he go in.
9. We go in.
10. We go on.
11. We go up.
12. If we go up we go on.

Three letters word.

An + d = and
C + at = cat
F + at = fat
H + en = hen
M + at = mat
P + ig = pig
R + am = ram
R + at = rat
R + un = run
S + at = sat
S + aw = saw

Three letters words sentences

Sam
1. This is Sam
2. Sam is a pig 🐖
3. Sam is fat
4. Sam saw a cat 🐈 and a rat 🐀

A cat 🐈

1. A cat
2. A fat cat
3. A fat cat saw a rat.
4. A fat cat ate a rat

A mat

1. A mat
2. On a mat
3. Sat on a mat
4. A cat sat on a mat
5. A fat cat sat on a mat
6. On a mat sat a cat.

On a mat

1. On a mat.
2. Sat on a mat
3. A rat sat on a mat
4. A cat saw a rat on a mat
5. A rat run.

A ram.

1. A ram
2. A big ram
3. A big ram saw a cat
4. A big ram saw a cat in a hey.

A hen.

1. A hen
2. A hen is fat
3. A hen is in the hey
4. A hen saw a cat
5. A hen run in the hey.

 

 

 

 

Wonderful day kid's story

Kid’s story; wonderful day

Wonderful day

Wonderful day kid's story

Aminatu and Abdullah’s wonderful day started like many others.
“Let’s play with bowls!” bellowed Aminatu.
“Oh yes, and then with balls!” whooped Abdullah.
“Is today a special day?” asked Aminatu.
“It’s the day of the great Ukelele Convention!” yelled Abdullah.

 

That’s not dreamy!” sighed Aminatu.
“Cripes! People cannot stop sneezing!” said Abdullah.
“What could have caused this strange thing?” exclaimed Aminatu.
“Huh,” whined Abdullah.
“We must find help with this puzzling mystery!” wailed Aminatu.
“Yup!” said Abdullah.

 

“Is that your horse poo?” quizzed Aminatu.
“Really, it’s really odd!” shouted Abdullah.
After a thundering thump, a fairy shot out of the horse poo.
“Greetings Aminatu and Abdullah, I am Ammar the Trader fairy!” bellowed the fairy.
“Mr. Trash and the trashers have stolen my magic jade and are messing things up!” screamed Ammar.

 

“Darn, they are some very nutty antics those trashers are pulling!” whined Ammar.
“Those trashers are disguised and keeping people waiting on the phone!” gasped Ammar.
“Ho ho! That showed that crazy fairy!” said one of the trashers

 

Take a gander of that, it’s the trashers with the magic jade over there!” wailed Aminatu.
Aminatu used a lasso to grab back the magic jade.
“Good work!” cheered Ammar.

 

“You two have crushed the trashers and their rotten plan to wreck the Ukelele Convention!” yelled Ammar the Trader fairy.
“You bet, and I hope Mr. Trash and those gross trashers have learnt their lesson!” bellowed Abdullah.
The fire eater really made the Ukelele Convention a breathtaking success!

 

Tortoise and woodcutter

Tortoise and woodcutter: children’s storytelling

Cuthbert Nolan and the Four Hysterical Tortoises

Once upon a time, there was a lovable boy called Cuthbert Nolan. He was on the way to see his Doris Jones when he decided to take a shortcut through Greenwood Forest.

It wasn’t long before Cuthbert got lost. He looked around, but all he could see were trees. Nervously, he felt into his bag for his favourite toy, Mr Teddy, but Mr Teddy was nowhere to be found! Cuthbert began to panic. He felt sure he had packed Mr Teddy. To make matters worse, he was starting to feel hungry.

Unexpectedly, he saw a hysterical tortoise dressed in a purple jumper disappearing into the trees.

“How odd!” thought Cuthbert.

For the want of anything better to do, he decided to follow the peculiarly dressed tortoise. Perhaps it could tell him the way out of the forest.

Eventually, Cuthbert reached a clearing. He found himself surrounded by houses made from different sorts of food. There was a house made from pumpkins, a house made from biscuits, a house made from lollipops, a house made from muffins and a house made from fruit gums.

Cuthbert could feel his tummy rumbling. Looking at the houses did nothing to ease his hunger.

“Hello!” he called. “Is anybody there?”

Nobody replied.

Cuthbert looked at the roof on the closest house and wondered if it would be rude to eat somebody else’s chimney. Obviously, it would be impolite to eat a whole house, but perhaps it would be considered acceptable to nibble the odd fixture or lick the odd fitting in a time of need.

A cackle broke through the air, giving Cuthbert a fright. A witch jumped into space in front of the houses. She was carrying a cage. In that cage was Mr Teddy!

“Mr Teddy!” shouted Cuthbert. He turned to the witch. “That’s my toy!”

The witch just shrugged.

“Give Mr Teddy back!” cried Cuthbert.

“Not on your nelly!” said the witch.

“At least let Mr Teddy out of that cage!”

Before she could reply, four hysterical tortoises rushed in from a footpath on the other side of the clearing. Cuthbert recognised the one in the purple jumper that he’d seen earlier. The witch seemed to recognise him too.

“Hello Big Tortoise,” said the witch.

“Good morning.” The tortoise noticed Mr Teddy. “Who is this?”

“That’s Mr Teddy,” explained the witch.

“Ooh! Mr Teddy would look lovely in my house. Give it to me!” demanded the tortoise.

Tortoise and woodcutter

The witch shook her head. “Mr Teddy is staying with me.”

“Um… Excuse me…” Cuthbert interrupted. “Mr Teddy lives with me! And not in a cage!”

Big Tortoise ignored him. “Is there nothing you’ll trade?” he asked the witch.

The witch thought for a moment, then said, “I do like to be entertained. I’ll release him to anybody who can eat a whole front door.”

Big Tortoise looked at the house made from fruit gums and said, “No problem, I could eat an entire house made from fruit gums if I wanted to.”

“That’s nothing,” said the next tortoise. “I could eat two houses.”

“There’s no need to show off,” said the witch. Just eat one front door and I’ll let you have Mr Teddy.”

Cuthbert watched, feeling very worried. He didn’t want the witch to give Mr Teddy to Big Tortoise. He didn’t think Mr Teddy would like living with a hysterical tortoise, away from his house and all his other toys.

The other three tortoises watched while Big Tortoise put on his bib and withdrew a knife and fork from his pocket.

“I’ll eat this whole house,” said Big Tortoise. “Just you watch!”

Big Tortoise pulled off a corner of the front door of the house made from biscuits. He gulped it down smiling, and went back for more.

And more.

And more.

Eventually, Big Tortoise started to get bigger – just a little bit bigger at first. But after a few more fork-fulls of biscuits, he grew to the size of a large snowball – and he was every bit as round.

“Erm… I don’t feel too good,” said Big Tortoise.

Suddenly, he started to roll. He’d grown so round that he could no longer balance!

“Help!” he cried, as he rolled off down a slope into the forest.

Big Tortoise never finished eating the front door made from biscuits and Mr Teddy remained trapped in the witch’s cage.

Average Tortoise stepped up, and approached the house made from lollipops.

“I’ll eat this whole house,” said Average Tortoise. “Just you watch!”

Average Tortoise pulled off a corner of the front door of the house made from lollipops. She gulped it down smiling, and went back for more.

And more.

And more.

After a while, Average Tortoise started to look a little queasy. She grew greener…

…and greener.

A woodcutter walked into the clearing. “What’s this bush doing here?” he asked.

“I’m not a bush, I’m a tortoise!” said Average Tortoise.

“It talks!” exclaimed the woodcutter. “Those talking bushes are the worst kind. I’d better take it away before somebody gets hurt.”

“No! Wait!” cried Average Tortoise, as the woodcutter picked her up. But the woodcutter ignored her cries and carried the tortoise away under his arm.

Average Tortoise never finished eating the front door made from lollipops and Mr Teddy remained trapped in the witch’s cage.

Little Tortoise stepped up, and approached the house made from muffins.

“I’ll eat this whole house,” said Little Tortoise. “Just you watch!”

Little Tortoise pulled off a corner of the front door of the house made from muffins. He gulped it down smiling, and went back for more.

And more.

And more.

After five or six platefuls, Little Tortoise started to fidget uncomfortably on the spot.

He stopped eating muffins for a moment, then grabbed another forkful.

But before he could eat it, there came an almighty roar. A bottom burp louder than a rocket taking off, propelled Little Tortoise into the sky.

“Aggghhhhhh!” cried Little Tortoise. “I’m scared of heigh…”

Little Tortoise was never seen again.

Little Tortoise never finished eating the front door made from muffins and Mr Teddy remained trapped in the witch’s cage.

Tiny Tortoise stepped up, and approached the house made from fruit gums.

“I’ll eat this whole house,” said Tiny Tortoise. “Just you watch!”

Tiny Tortoise pulled off a corner of the front door of the house made from fruit gums. She gulped it down smiling, and went back for more.

And more.

And more.

However, on the next mouthful, the food fell straight out of Tiny Tortoise’s mouth. She tried to stuff in another forkful of fruit gums, but once again, the food fell out. There just wasn’t enough room left in her belly.

“This is just not fair!” declared Tiny Tortoise, and stomped off into the forest.

Tiny Tortoise never finished eating the front door made from fruit gums and Mr Teddy remained trapped in the witch’s cage.

“That’s it,” said the witch. “I win. I get to keep Mr Teddy.”

“Not so fast,” said Cuthbert. “There is still one front door to go. The front door of the house made from pumpkins. And I haven’t had a turn yet.

“I don’t have to give you a turn!” laughed the witch. “My game. My rules.”

The woodcutter’s voice carried through the forest. “I think you should give him a chance. It’s only fair.”

“Fine,” said the witch. “But you saw what happened to the tortoises. He won’t last long.”

“I’ll be right back,” said Cuthbert.

“What?” said the witch. “Where’s your sense of impatience? I thought you wanted Mr Teddy back.”

Cuthbert ignored the witch and gathered a hefty pile of sticks. He came back to the clearing and started a small camp fire. Carefully, he broke off a piece of the door of the house made from pumpkins and toasted it over the fire. Once it had cooked and cooled just a little, he took a bite. He quickly devoured the whole piece.

Cuthbert sat down on a nearby log.

“You fail!” cackled the witch. “You were supposed to eat the whole door.”

“I haven’t finished,” explained Cuthbert. “I am just waiting for my food to go down.”

When Cuthbert’s food had digested, he broke off another piece of the door made from pumpkins. Once more, he toasted his food over the fire and waited for it to cool just a little. He ate it at a leisurely pace then waited for it to digest.

Eventually, after several sittings, Cuthbert was down to the final piece of the door made from pumpkins. Carefully, he toasted it and allowed it to cool just a little. He finished his final course. Cuthbert had eaten the entire front door of the house made from pumpkins.

The witch stamped her foot angrily. “You must have tricked me!” she said. “I don’t reward cheating!”

“I don’t think so!” said a voice. It was the woodcutter. He walked back into the clearing, carrying his axe. “This little boy won fair and square. Now hand over Mr Teddy or I will chop your broomstick in half.”

The witch looked horrified. She grabbed her broomstick and placed it behind her. Then, huffing, she opened the door of the cage.

Cuthbert hurried over and grabbed Mr Teddy, checking that his favourite toy was all right. Fortunately, Mr Teddy was unharmed.

Cuthbert thanked the woodcutter, grabbed a quick souvenir, and hurried on to meet Doris. It was starting to get dark.

When Cuthbert got to Doris’s house, his threw her arms around him.

“I was so worried!” cried Doris. “You are very late.”

As Cuthbert described his day, he could tell that Doris didn’t believe him. So he grabbed a napkin from his pocket.

“What’s that?” asked Doris.

Cuthbert unwrapped a doorknob made from biscuits. “Pudding!” he said.

Doris almost fell off her chair.

The End

 

Cube

How to teach a child to draw a cube

Cube is a shape that can scare a child when a teacher asks him/her to draw it. Therefore, a teacher has to teach his/her pupils how to draw this cube step by step so they can understand it easily and draw it themselves without the help of anybody.

When a teacher teaches the pupils how to draw a cube, it will remain in their brain forever.

Let’s get started. First, let all your pupils have their own paper and a sharp pencil.

Make sure they all have the knowledge of drawing squares. If yes, then let them draw a square.

1.Draw your own square on the board and let them draw like your own.

2. Right in the middle of that square, draw another one.

3. Draw a slash to join all the edges of the two squares.

Do each step together with the kids. This will help them draw their own.

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After you finished the drawing, ask them to draw as you draw together. If they can’t draw it perfectly like the way they draw at the beginning, draw with them again on the board.

 

Cube

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Adjective words that start with A to Z

Adjective

Adjective words that start with A to Z,  adjective words in english, and adjective words for kids.
aback
abhorrent
abnormal
abrasive
abrupt
absolute
absorbed
absorbing
abstracted
abundant
acclaimed
accurate
acrobatic
active
adamant
adept
adhesive
adhoc
adored
aggressive
agile
agonizing
alarming
alluring
aloof
ample
amuck
analytical
animated
antique
any
apt
aquatic
aromatic
artificial
artistic
assorted
athletic
attached
attentive
attractive
authentic
authorized
available
average
awake
aware
awesome
awful
axiomatic
barbarous
basic
belated
bent
berserk
best
bitter
bizarre
bland
blaring
blind
blue
blueeyed
bogus
boisterous
bold
both
bowed
brash
breakable
breezy
brief
bright
brisk
broken
bronze
bustling
busy
candid
capricious
careless
caustic
cavernous
celebrated
certain
changeable
chemical
chic
childish
chivalrous
chubby
civil
classy
cloistered
closed
clueless
coarse
coherent
colorful
colorless
colossal
combative
competent
complete
composed
conceited
condemned
cooked
corny
crabby
crass
creepy
critical
cuddly
cultivated
cultured
curved
curvy
cute
daffy
dazzling
dear
decimal
defensive
deficient
definitive
delayed
delectable
delicate
delightful
demanding
demonic
demure
dependable
dependent
deserted
dextrous
didactic
different
diligent
dimwitted
disastrous
discerning
disfigured
distinct
disturbed
doting
downright
drab
draconian
drafty
droopy
drunk
dutiful
each
early
earnest
earthy
economic
efficient
elaborate
elated
elderly
elegant
elfin
elliptical
enormous
equable
esteemed
evasive
every
exacting
exalted
excitable
exclusive
exemplary
extralarge
faithful
famous
fancy
fantastic
favorable
favorite
fearless
feisty
female
fertile
fervent
fickle
finicky
finished
firm
firsthand
five
flabby
flamboyant
flawless
flowery
foolhardy
forceful
foregoing
forgetful
forsaken
forthright
fortunate
four
fragrant
frail
frank
free
freezing
frightened
frizzy
front
fumbling
functional
fussy
fuzzy
gabby
gainful
garrulous
gaudy
general

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giant
gifted
giving
glamorous
glittering
glorious
glutinous
godly
gorgeous
graceful
grand
gratis
gregarious
grey
groggy
groovy
gross
growing
grown
grubby
gummy
guttural
habitual
handmade
handsome
handsomely
happy
harmful
harsh
haunting
heady
heavenly
helpless
hidden
high
hilarious
hissing
historical
holistic
homeless
homely
honored
horrible
hospitable
huge
hulking
humble
humongous
hungry
hurtful
hushed
icy
ideal
identical
idiotic
idolized
ignorant
illfated
illiterate
imaginary
immaculate
immaterial
immature
impartial
impeccable
impish
impressive
improbable
impure
inborn
indiscreet
indolent
infantile
inferior
infinite
informal
inspiring
intent
internal
irascible
irritating
itchy
jaded
jaunty
jazzy
jolly
joyous
judgmental
juicy
knobby
knowing
kooky
lacking
lame
lanky
large
lawful
leading
lean
lethal
level
limited
lined
literate
lithe
lively
longing
lovable
low
ludicrous
lumbering
lyrical
macabre
macho
maddening
magenta
makeshift
malicious
mammoth
maniacal
married
marvelous
massive
material
maternal
mature
meager
mean
measly
meddlesome
medium
meek
melodic
mercurial
mere
metallic
meticulous
milky
mindless
minor
miserly
misty
modest
moldy
momentous
morose
muddled
muffled
mundane
mysterious
naive
nappy
nasty
nautical
nebulous
necessary
negligible
nervous
next
nippy
nonchalant
normal
nostalgic
notable
noted
noteworthy
numberless
numerous
oafish
obedient
obeisant
obsequious
observant
obsolete
obvious
occasional
oceanic
odd
offensive
oily
one
only
opposite
optimal
organic
original
ossified
outlandish
outrageous
overrated
painful
parallel
partial
past
pastel
pastoral
patient
peevish
pensive
perfect
perfumed
pertinent
petty
phobic
phony
physical
picayune
piquant
plaintive
plausible
pleasing
plucky
plush
poised
political
poor
possible
powerful
powerless
precious
prejudiced
premium
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Verb words for kindergarten and primary students


pricey
prickly
primary
prime
pristine
private
probable
profitable
proper
protective
prudent
puffy
quaint
querulous
quickest
quirky
rabid
racial
ragged
rampant
rapid
rash
raspy
ready
real
realistic
recent
receptive
reckless
recondite
reflective
regal
reliable
remarkable
remote
repulsive
reserved
resonant
respectful
revered
rich
ridiculous
right
rigid
ringed
ritzy
roomy
rosy
rough
royal
ruddy
rundown
rural
ruthless
same
sarcastic
satisfying
scandalous
scarce
scholarly
scratchy
scrawny
secondary
secondhand
secret
secretive
sedate
seemly
sensible
separate
serious
serpentine
several
severe
shadowy
shameless
shrewd
silent
silky
similar
simple
simplistic
single
six
slothful
smoggy
smug
snarling
snobbish
solid
sore
soulful
sparse
spherical
spiffy
spiritual
spiteful
splendid
spotless
spotted
spurious
squealing
squeamish
stained
staking
starchy
stark
stingy
stoic
strange
strict
striking
striped
strong
sturdy
stylish
subsequent
subtle
successful
succinct
sugary
super
supportive
swanky
sweaty
sweet
taboo
talkative
tame
tasteless
tasty
telling
temporary
tempting
ten
tenuous
tested
thinkable
this
thorough
threadbare
thunderous
tidy
tired
toothsome
torpid
total
tragic
trashy
traumatic
tremendous
trivial
truculent
true
truthful
tubby
twin
typical
ugliest
ultimate
unadvised
unaffected
unarmed
unaware
unbalanced
unbecoming
uncommon
unequal
unfriendly
unguarded
unhelpful
unique
unknown
unnatural
unreliable
unsightly
unthinking
untrue
unused
unwieldy
unwitting
unwritten
upbeat
usable
used
useful
utopian
vagabond
vague
valuable
variable
various
vast
venal
verifiable
versatile
versed
vigorous
violent
violet
virtual
vivacious
vivid
volcanic
vulnerable
wacky
waiting
wandering
warm
wasteful
watery
wealthy
wee
weekly
weird
welcome
wellmade
wet
whimsical
whispered
wholesale
whopping
wideeyed
wild
willing
wise
woebegone
wonderful

50 simple sentences with their complex sentences.

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worrisome
worst
worthless
worthwhile
worthy
wretched
yearly
zealous

 

Adjective words that start with A to Z

Simple and complex sentences

50 simple sentences with their complex sentences.

Simple sentence to complex sentence.

Simple and complex sentences

1. The cell phone is next to the laptop.
The cell phone is in the juxtaposition to the laptop.

2.That was quite satisfying for me personally.
That was quite gratifying for me personally.

3. You will continue to improve as long as you stay focused.
You will perpetuate to amend as long as you stay focused.

4.The crowd was very noisy.
The crowd was very strepitous.

5. This… is… delicious!
This… is… ambrosial!

6. I read a lot because I am a book addict.
I read a lot because I am a bibliophile.

7. Barry Allen’s movement is the fastest on the planet.
Barry Allen’s kineticist is the most expeditious on the planet.

8.I am trying hard to be successful.
I am striving to be prosperous.

9.You will continue to improve as long as you stay focused.
You will perpetuate to improve as long as you stay focused.

10. The data has been erased.

The data has been expunged.

11. Thank you for repaying the favor when you didn’t have to.

Thank you for recompensing the favor when you didn’t have to.

Verb words for kindergarten and primary students

12. He is very serious about his career.

He is very earnest about his vocation.

13. This picture is truly beautiful.
✓ This picture is genuinely comely.

14. They called for backup to assist them in their battle.
✓ They evoked reinforcements to avail them in their battle.

15.They have a strong friendship.
They have a vigorous companionship.

16.He is too clumsy.
He is too lubberly.

17. A lot of water is flowing throughout the ship.
An abundance of dihydrogen monoxide is permeating the ship.

18. It is mostly made up of mercury, isn’t it?
It is mostly composed of mercury, isn’t it?

19. He showed intense emotion towards those people.
He showed fervor towards those people.

20. I will give power to them so they can continue their mission.
I will potentiate them so they can perpetuate their mission.

21.I have been busier these days due to having a lot on my plate.
I have been more diligent these days due to having a lot on my plate.

700+ Noun form of words for students and teachers

22. We finally came to an agreement.
We determinately came to an acquiescent.

23. Bruce has a great reputation.
Bruce is immensely reputable.

24. They acted very childishly when they should not have.
They acted very juvenile when they should not have.

25. You have been very supportive of my recent endeavors.
You have been very auxiliary towards my recent endeavors.

26.The movie we saw yesterday was awesome.
The movie we optically discerned yesterday was awe-inspiring.

27.Think carefully about what you’re doing.
Cerebrate conscientiously about what you’re doing.

29.Your mission is not just difficult, it is impossible.
Your mission is not just arduous, it is infeasible.

30.This picture is truly beautiful.
This picture is authentically pulchritudinous.

31.The data has been erased.
The data has been effaced.

32. They acted very childishly when they should not have.
They acted very juvenile when they should not have.

33.That wasn’t what was implied, was it?
That wasn’t what was implicatively insinuated, was it?

34.Clowns like to display humor.
Clowns relish exhibiting humor.

35. They stated an opinion on how they felt.
They opined on how they felt.

36. Don’t make a mockery of me and what I have done.
Don’t make a travesty of me and what I have done.

37. He will regain consciousness when the time is right.
He will resuscitate when the time is right.

38.He gave support to his team when they needed it.
He reinforced his team when they needed it.

39. They were extremely happy about what happened.
They were astronomically ecstatic about what transpired.

40. He is quite skillful at playing basketball.
He is quite adroit at playing basketball.

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41. I was the winner of the chess game.
I was the victor of the chess game.

42. Her performance was inconsistent during the earlier part of her career.
Her performance was inconsistently erratic during the earlier part of her vocation.

43. I informed you of what could potentially happen in the future, didn’t I?
I apprised you of what could potentially transpire in the future, didn’t I?

44. A lot of water is flowing throughout the ship.
A plethora of dihydrogen monoxide is permeating the ship.

45.My dog ate the food that you gave to him.
My canine victualed the victuals that you gave to him.

46. He is a show-off who doesn’t really have anything to show off about.
He is a gasconader who doesn’t genuinely have anything to show off about.

47. My recent trip was quite satisfying.
My recent peregrination was quite gratifying.

48. He was the weakest among his team.
He was the most impotent among his team.

49. His attitude was very hostile.
His posture was very truculent.

50. The crowd was very noisy.
The crowd was very strepitous.

Noun

700+ Noun form of words for students and teachers

Noun

Noun

Noun is a name of person, place, animals or thing.

Below are 700+ examples of noun for teachers and students.

 

ability
abroad
account
act
activity
addition
address
advance
advantage
afternoon
agent
agreement
air
alarm
alternative
animal
annual
anxiety
anything
anywhere
apartment
appeal
appointment
arm
aside
assistance
association
assumption
attempt
author
average
baby
background
bake
balance
ball
bank
bar
baseball
bat
bath
beach
bear
beat
being
bell
bench
benefit
big
bike
bird
birthday
bite
bitter
black
blame
blind
block
blue
board
boat
body
boss
bother
bottle
bowl
box
boy
boyfriend
brave
bread
break
breakfast
breast
bridge
brother
brown
budget
bunch
buy
buyer
cabinet
calendar
call
camp
campaign
can
cancel
cancer
candy
car
card
care
career
cash
cat
cause
cell
chain
chance
chart
check
cheek
chemical
chemistry
childhood
chip
chocolate
church
cigarette
city
classic
classroom
client
clock
coach
coast
coat
code
cold
collar
college
combine
comfortable
command
comment
commission
communication
competition
complex
concentrate
concern
concert
condition
conference
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construction
convert
copy
corner
cost
couple
course
cousin
cow
crack
craft
crash
crazy
cream
creative
cross
cry
culture
current
customer
cut
cycle
dad
damage
database
daughter
dead
debate
debt
definition
delay
delivery
department
departure
dependent
depth
design
designer
detail
devil
diamond
diet
difficulty
dinner
direction
disaster
discipline
disease
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distance
district
document
dog
door
dot
double
doubt
drag
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drawing
dream
dress
drink
drive
driver
due
dump
dust
ease
eat
economics
economy
edge
effect
egg
elevator
emergency
emphasis
employee
engine
entertainment
entrance
environment
equal
equipment
error
escape
estate
estimate
evidence
exit
experience
explanation
expression
extension
extent
extreme
fact
factor
fall
farm
fault
fear
feature
fee
feedback
female
few
figure
file
fill
film
final
fire
fish
fix
flight
focus
following
food
foot
football
force
fortune
frame
friend
friendship
front
fruit
fun
funeral
future
gap
gas
gear
general
glad
goal
god
gold
grab
grandfather
growth
guess
guest
guidance
guide
guitar
guy
hair
half
hall
hand
hang
harm
hat
hate
head
health
hearing
heart
heat
height
hell
hello
hide
high
hire
hold
home
honey
hook
horror
host
hour
house
housing
hunt
hurry
husband
idea
ideal
illegal
impact
implement
impress
impression
improvement
incident
increase
indication
individual
inevitable
influence
information
initiative
injury
instance
insurance
intention
interaction
interest
international
interview
introduction
issue
item
jacket
job
join
joke
judge
judgment
jump
jury
keep
key
kick
kiss
kitchen
knife
knowledge
lab
language
laugh
lawyer
lay
layer
leader
leadership
leg
length
lesson
letter
library
life
light
line
list
listen
literature
living
loan
lock
long
loss
low
lunch
mail
main
maintenance
make
manager
manufacturer
map
march
mark
master
match
math
matter
maximum
maybe
meal
measurement
meat
medium
meeting
member
membership
memory
mention
mess
middle
mind
mine
minimum
minor
mirror
model
mom
moment
money
monitor
mood
morning
most
mountain
mouth
move
movie
muscle
music
nail
name
national
nature
neat
negative
night
noise
note
nothing
novel
number
nurse
objective
obligation
occasion
office
officer
official
one
opening
operation
opinion
opportunity
ordinary
organization
outcome
owner
pace
page
painting
pair
parent
park
part
passage
passenger
passion
path
patience
patient
pause
payment
pension
people
percentage
performance
philosophy
phrase
physical
physics
picture
pie
piece
pizza
place
plane
plant
plate
play
pleasure
plenty
poetry
pop
position
positive
possession
possible
post
pot
potato
pound
power
practice
preference
presence
president
pride
primary
prior
priority
private
prize
problem
procedure
process
profession
professional
profit
progress
project
property
proposal
purchase
push
put
quantity
quiet
quote
rain
raise
ratio
raw
recipe
recognition
recommendation
record
recording
recover
reflection
refuse
register
relation
relationship
relative
release
remote
replacement
reply
report
reputation
research
reserve
resist
resolution
resolve
respond
response
restaurant
result
reveal
review
revolution
rich
ride
ring
rise
river
rock
role
row
rub
rule
run
salad
sale
salt
sand
save
scale
schedule
school
science
score
scratch
screw
search
secret
security
self
sell
senior
sense
sentence
series
serve
session
setting
sex
shake
she
shelter
ship
shirt
shock
shoe
shoot
shop
shopping
show
side
signature
silver
single
sink
sir
situation
sky
sleep
slice
slip
smoke
snow
sock
soft
software
solid
solution
son
song
sound
source
south
spare
speaker
speed
spell
stable
staff
stand
state
station
step
stick
still
stock
stomach
storm
strategy
street
stress
stretch
string
stroke
studio
style
subject
sugar
summer
sun
supermarket
support
surprise
surround
survey
sweet
swimming
switch
sympathy
system
talk
tank
tap
taste
tea
teach
telephone
tell
temperature
tennis
text
theme
theory
thing
thought
throat
tie
time
tip
tone
tongue
tonight
tool
topic
tough
tour
towel
town
trade
trainer
trash
travel
tree
trip
trouble
truck
trust
tune
two
uncle
understanding
upper
upstairs
use
valuable
value
variety
vast
vegetable
video
virus
voice
walk
wall
war
wash
watch
water
way
wealth
weather
week
weird
welcome
west
whereas
wife
will
win
wind
wine
winner
winter
witness
word
working
world
worry
worth
wrap
writing
yard
yellow
you
zone

Verb words

Verb words for kindergarten and primary students

Verb

Verb words

400+ Verb words for kindergarten and primary school

Wow
abide
abstain
abstract
abuse
accentuate
accuse
activate
adhere
admire
admire
adore
allocate
allot
appall
appreciate
assault
assist
assume
attain
attune
bail
balance
beep
bend
bequeath
besiege
beware
bill
bind
blank
blend
blurt
bolster
bomb
boom
born
bother
bottle
brandish
breakfast
bristle
broil
browse
bulk
bulldoze
burrow
cap
carpet
cascade
categorize
cede
censure
champion
char
charm
chastise
chide
chisel
chomp
chop
chuckle
clam
classify
classify
click
cloak
close
clothe
cluck
clutter
coach
cock
coddle
coin
coincide
come
command
comment
commission
commute
commute
compact
complete
compost
concede
concern
confess
confiscate
conform
confound
conserve
constitute
contend
contribute
contribute
convene
converge
convert
copy
copy
corroborate
cost
course
crisscross
cross
cross
crunch
cull
culminate
curse
curtail
cut
dam
dampen
dance
decimate
declare
decline
deconstruct
decorate
defraud
delegate
deliver
demand
demonstrate
demonstrate
deplete
deplore
deport
derail
describe
dilute
dilute
disarm
disband
dishearten
disintegrate
dislike
dismount
disobey
disprove
dissuade
dive
donate
douse
downgrade
downplay
draw
drizzle
droop
drown
drown
dump
dunk
dust
dust
dwindle
ease
effect
elect
embody
enable
encase
enclose
encounter
enjoy
entice
enumerate
enunciate
envisage
err
espouse
excavate
excerpt
exile
expect
explain
exploit
fascinate
father
favor
find
finger
finish
fixate
fizzle
flavor
flex
flip
flow
fool
force
forge
formulate
fortify
free
freshen
frown
funnel
gang
garner
gawk
generalize
glint
gnaw
gobble
graduate
grant
graze
grieve
groom
gulp
haunt
hear
heat
heed
hew
hitchhike
hoard
hoist
hug
illustrate
implore
imprison
induct
influence
infuse
inspect
inspect
institute
institute
intercept
intercut
interrogate
interrupt
invent
irrigate
isolate
issue
jar
jettison
jettison
jot
jut
juxtapose
know
lace
landscape
landscape
lap
laugh
lead
lean
let
liberalize
liberate
lift
liquidate
litter
litter
loose
lump
lurk
mark
mask
mate
mean
misbehave
mistake
mistreat
mix
modify
mourn
mow
muffle
mug
multiply
multiply
mushroom
must
nag
negotiate
nip
numb
nurture
obliterate
occur
offset
operationalize
opt
organize
orient
outnumber
outreach
outsource
outstrip
overdo
overflow
overhaul
overhaul
overthrow
overwhelm
own
paddle
pamper
paraphrase
parody
parse
parse
participate
patch
patronize
peddle
peer
pelt
pepper
perk
persevere
pester
piece
pin
pivot
plague
plaster
plumb
plunder
plunk
postpone
pout
pray
preside
pressure
pretend
pride
quash
query
randomize
ratify
rear
recapture
recline
recognize
recuperate
recycle
redirect
reek
reel
refill
refuel
refurbish
regroup
reinstate
reinvigorate
rejoice
rejuvenate
relay
release
reload
remain
remark
remarry
remedy
remember
renege
renovate
repair
repeal
replicate
reprint
request
reschedule
research
reside
result
resuscitate
retreat
reveal
revisit
roll
roost
ruffle
sack
sand
scar
scent
score
secure
seethe
sentence
shadow
share
sheathe
shell
show
showcase
signal
signify
silhouette
sing
sit
slaughter
slay
slide
slur
smother
snag
snake
sneer
snicker
snip
snorkel
snort
snow
snuggle
soften
soothe
sort
spearhead
specify
sprawl
spruce
stamp
startle
steady
step
stink
stop
straighten
stray
streamline
stress
stroke
stud
stun
submerge
submit
suck
suffer
summarize
supplant
suspect
swap
symbolize
tack
tap
tape
tar
tarnish
team
televise
thaw
thin
thrust
transcend
tunnel
undergo
underly
underscore
unearth
unearth
unfold
unload
unload
unmask
unscrew
unseat
unseat
untangle
untangle
upset
urge
utilize
utter
vacate
veer
veto
voice
vow
wax
weep
whizz
wing
withhold
withstand
wobble
worsen
would
wow
wring
yield
zoom

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