I have had the opportunity to travel a lot. I’ve seen many beautiful things, especially in Ireland, but I didn’t have the vocabulary to describe them in English.
Today, I will introduce you to some advanced words related to the Natural World.
“Harvest” is the act of collecting the agricultural crops once they are ready.
Example: After harvesting, most of the crop is stored in large buildings to preserve them fresh.
“Shade” is a place where direct sunlight can’t reach. It is covered in shadow.
Example: As a child, I would sit in the shade of the apple tree in my grandparents’ backyard for hours.
“Desolate” means very empty. A place where there are no people.
Example: Deserts are amongst the most desolate places on Earth.
“Pond” is a tiny lake formed that is formed naturally.
Example: I hired an architect to design my backyard. I ordered him to include a small pond with Koi fish.
“Trunk” is the body of a tree. That part that comes from the ground.
Example: Jade loves the trees, and she often hugs them by the trunk.
“Pour” is a verb that means heavy rain.
Example: My vacation in Ireland was horrible. Every day there was a pour, at least twice.
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