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Lesson 2 -Level 1 of Essential Words

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A) Please first of all down write the sound file


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B) Please read the story


The laboratory

Mia’s father had a laboratory, but she had no idea what was in it. Her dad always closed and locked the door when she went in. She knew that he used it to do projects for work. He never told Mia what these projects were.

One night, Mia approached the door to the laboratory. She stopped and thought, “ I wonder what crazy experiment he is doing now.” Suddenly, she heard a loud noise. It sounded like an evil laugh. The noise scared her, so she walked quickly back to her room.

The next night, her friend Liz came to her house. When Liz arrived, Mia told her about the night before. “Oh, it was terrible,” she said. “Why don’t we see what is in there?” Liz asked. “ It will be a fun adventure!”

Mia felt nervous about going* into her father’s laboratory, but she agreed. As always, the door was locked. They waited until Mia’s father left the laboratory to eat dinner. “He didn’t lock the door!” Liz said. “ Let’s go.” The laboratory was dark. The girls walked down the stairs carefully. Mia smelled strange chemicals. What terrible thing was her father creating?

Suddenly, they heard an evil laugh. It was even worse than the one Mia heard the night before. What if a monster was going to kill them?* Mia had to do something. She shouted for help. Mia’s father ran into the room and turned on the lights. “Oh, no,” he said. “You must have learned my secret.”

“Your monster tried to kill us,” Mia said. “Monster?” he asked. “You mean this?” He had a pretty doll in his hands. The doll laughed. The laugh didn’t sound so evil anymore. “ I made this for your birthday. I wanted to give it to you then, but you can have it now. I hope you like it!”

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C) Please listen to the story again


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adventure  n.

An adventure is a fun or exciting thing that you do.
—► Riding in the rough water was an adventure.

(synonyms: experience, event)

approach v.


To approach something means to move close to it.
—► The boy approached his school.

(synonyms: come/go towards, come close, near)



Method vs Approach vs Procedure Meaning – Method Examples – Approach Definition


carefully  adv.


Carefully means with great attention, especially to detail or safety.
—►The baby carefully climbed down the stairs.

chemical n.

A chemical is something that scientists use in chemistry.
—►The scientist mixed the chemicals.

create v.


To create means to make something new.
—► She created an igloo from blocks of snow.

(synonyms: generate, produce, design, make)

evil adj.

Evil describes something or someone bad or cruel, not good.
—►The evil figure scared us all.

(synonyms: wicked, bad)

experiment n.


An experiment is a test that you do to see what will happen.
—► The student did an experiment in science class.

(synonyms: test, investigation, trial)

kill v.

To kill someone or something is to make them die.
—►I killed the fly with a fly swatter.

(synonyms: murder, cause the death of)

laboratory n.

A laboratory is a room where a scientist works.
—►My mother works in a laboratory.

laugh n.

Laugh is the sound made when someone is happy or a funny thing occurs
—►The sound of their laugh filled the room.

loud adj.

If a sound is loud, it is strong and very easy to hear.
—►The man’s voice was so loud that we all could hear him.

(synonym: noisy)

nervous adj.


When a person is nervous, they think something bad will happen.
—►The boy became nervous when he heard the news.

(synonyms: anxious, excitable)

noise n.

A noise is an unpleasant sound.
—►The crying baby made a loud noise.

(synonyms: sound, loud sound)

project n.


A project is a type of work that you do for school or a job.
—►His afternoon work project was to paint the room green.

(Please check this word in your dictionary)

scare v.

To scare someone is to make them feel afraid.
—►My uncle was scared by what he saw in the room.

(synonyms: frighten, make afraid, make fearful)

secret n.


A secret is something that you do not tell other people.
—►The two boys were sharing a secret.

(synonyms: unpublished, untold, unknown)

shout v.


To shout is to say something loudly.
—►My boss shouted at me because I was late for work.

(synonyms: yell, cry out, scream)

smell v.

To smell something means to use your nose to sense it.
—►The two friends smelled the flower

terrible adj.


If something is terrible, it is very bad.
—►The way he treated his classmate was terrible.

(synonyms: dreadful, awful)

worse adj.


If something is worse, it is of poorer quality than another thing.
—►Business was worse this month than last month.

More words of this text that u have to search in your dictionary:

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Now Listen to the sound files of the Vocabulary please



Listen to the sound file of the vocabulary again

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Now read the text and listen to the the reading file again



1) Mia felt nervous about going* into her father’s laboratory,…

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2) What if a monster was going to kill them?*

what if …?

a) used to ask what you should do or what the result will be if something happens, especially something unpleasant :

What if this plan of yours fails, what then?

‘What if it rains tomorrow?’ ‘We’ll just have to postpone it.’

b) used to make a suggestion :

What if we moved the sofa over here? Would that look better?