13：英検対策3級（Eiken Grade 3）
02: Eiken Grade 3 Vocabularies Lesson 2
Part 1: Vocabulary words
an individual, a child, a man, a woman, or a human being
■Example: There is a person standing by the door.
□Note: How many persons are there in your house?
2. pie noun [pahy]
a baked food with fruit, meat or pudding filling usually prepared in a pastry-lined pan or dish often with a pastry crust on top
■Example: My mother baked a delicious pie.
□Note: Do you like eating pies?
3. Spanish adjective [span-ish]
referring to Spain, or its people or their language
■Example: Maria cooked paella, which is a Spanish dish.
□Note: It can also be a noun pertaining to the Spanish people collectively.
4. vegetable noun [vej-tuh-buhl, vej-i-tuh-]
fruit, seeds, roots, tubers, bulbs, stems, leaves, or flower parts of any kind of plant that are used for food; parts of plants that can be eaten
■Example: Children usually don’t like eating vegetables.
Of, containing, or made from vegetables
■Example: I need to go on a vegetable diet to lose weight.
□Note: ‘Veggie’ is another term for vegetables.
5. wife noun [wahyf]
a married woman or a woman in relation to her husband
■Example: He’s very lucky to have a good wife.
□Note: The plural of ‘wife’ is ‘wives’.
What is the name of the wife of your father?
6. writer cnoun [rahy-ter]
someone who writes articles, books and stories for an occupation or a profession
a writer of music
■Example: Shakespeare is my favorite writer.
□Note: Another word for ‘writer’ is ‘author’.
7. bookstore noun [book-stawr, -stohr]
a store where people can buy books
■Example: Let’s buy some books at the bookstore.
□Note: How often do you go to the bookstore?
8. camera noun [kam-er-uh, kam-ruh]
a device that is used to capture images of an object
■Example: His hobby is photography so he has a collection of cameras.
□Note: Do you have a camera?
9. clothes noun [klohz, klohthz]
garments people wear to cover their bodies
■Example: I have to buy new clothes for the party.
□Note: ‘Clothe’ is the verb form of clothes, which means to dress or to provide with clothing.
10. dish noun [dish]
an open and shallow container either made of pottery, glass, metal, wood, etc. used for holding or serving food that is prepared in a particular way
■Example: Sorry, Mom, I broke the dish.
■Example: Chicken adobo is a famous dish in the Philippines.
□Note: Do you wash the dishes?
Part 2: Exercise 1
Give the word being asked for each number.
_________________ 1. the fruit, seeds, roots, tubers, bulbs, stems, leaves, or flower parts of any plant that are used for food; parts of plants that can be eaten
_________________ 2. garments people wear to cover their bodies
_________________ 3. an individual, a child, a man, a woman, or a human being
_________________ 4. a married woman or a woman in relation to her husband
_________________ 5. an open and shallow container either made of pottery, glass, metal, wood, etc. used for holding or serving food
_________________ 6. a baked food with fruit, meat or pudding filling usually prepared in a pastry-lined pan or dish often with pastry crust on top
_________________ 7. referring to Spain, or its people or their language
_________________ 8. a device that is used to capture images of an object
_________________ 9. a store where people can buy books
_________________ 10. someone who writes articles, books and stories for an occupation or a profession
Part 2: Exercise 2
Choose the correct words to complete the sentences below.
1. Erin is washing the _________ in the kitchen.
2. I’m getting fat. My ________ don’t fit me anymore.
3. JK Rowling is a very good ____________. She wrote the Harry Potter series.
4. Balsam pear is a very nutritious _____________. It’s bitter but very good for the body.
5. Rico always goes to the ___________ to buy his favorite comic books.
a. shoe store
c. department store
d. stationery shop