Hello ABA Community!
Remember the Story of The First Well? We all enjoyed the story of a soldier who travelled for a very long time in search of water.
This video is about a baby elephant called Rosa. Find out about Rosa’s adventures by watching the video. And don’t forget to practice the vocabulary below!
Fascination – to cause (someone) to be very interested in something or someone
Missed (to miss) – to notice or feel the absence of (someone or something).
Feeding (to feed) – to give food to (someone or something).
Cage – a box made of wire or metal bars in which people keep animals or birds.
Vendor – a person who sells things especially on the street.
Icebox – an American, old-fashioned way of saying fridge.
Gulp something down – to eat or swallow (something) quickly or in large amounts.
Determined – having a strong feeling that you are going to do something and that you will not allow anyone or anything to stop you —often followed by to + verb.
Screech – a loud and very high sound.
Honk – to make a loud sound.
Yell – to say (something) very loudly especially because you are angry, surprised, or are trying to get someone’s attention.
Traffic jam – a situation in which a long line of vehicles on a road have stopped moving or are moving very slowly.
Commotion – noisy excitement and confusion.
Patted (to pat) – to lightly touch (someone or something) with your hand usually several times in order to show affection or approval or to provide comfort.
Newfound – recently discovered, acquired, or achieved : newly found or gotten.
Roamed (to roam) – to go to different places without having a particular purpose or plan.
Cramped – not having enough space inside : too small and crowded.