VIP Class Notes (Nemo)[S]

Vocabulary

empty adjective (NOTHING IN)
not containing any things or people
空的;无人的
E.g.: an empty house/street
空房/空无一人的街道
E.g.: Shall I take the empty bottles for recycling?
我把这些空瓶子拿去回收吧?
E.g.: The train was empty (= there were no passengers) by the time it reached London.
火车到达伦敦的时候,车内已经没有乘客了。

full (adj): (of a container or a space) holding or containing as much as possible or a lot
(容器或空间)装满的,充满的
E.g.: This cup is very full so be careful with it.
这个杯子太满了,要当心。
E.g.: My plate was already full.
我的盘子已经满了。
E.g.: I tried to get in the cinema last night but it was full.
昨天晚上我想去看电影,但已经满座了。
E.g.: Don’t talk with your mouth full!
嘴里尽是吃的东西时就别说话!

neighbor (n): someone who lives very close to you
邻居
E.g.: Some of the neighbors have complained about the noise from our party.
有些邻居已经抱怨过我们的聚会太喧闹。
E.g.: Have you met Pat, my next-door neighbor?
你见过我隔壁的邻居帕特了吗?

vase (n): a container for holding flowers or for decoration
花瓶
E.g.: a vase of flowers
一瓶花

cupboard (n): a piece of furniture or a small part of a room with a door or doors behind which there is space for storing things, usually on shelves
橱柜;壁橱;壁柜
E.g.: a kitchen cupboard
厨房碗柜
E.g.: a built-in cupboard
内置壁橱
E.g.: Is there plenty of cupboard space (= are there many cupboards) in your new house?
你的新居有很多壁柜吗?

Speaking

helped to write

One day MB just arrived home, and he saw the neighbor taking a key, it was behind a vase of flowers, she was carrying a box. She bought a new hat. MB went to his room, he saw a cat eating the Teddy bear. so he run to catch the cat but the cat was fast and cat got under the bed  but MB couldn’t catch it so the cat went downstairs to grandma’s apartment. A cupboard fell on the hat but MB thought that this was a cat. So MB went to the vet but the vet told him that his box was empty.