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Heir: Here is a person who has the legal right to receive someone’s property, money or little when that person dies.

Hotel: Here is a building where people stay, usually for a short time, paying for their rooms and meals.

Insight: It is the ability to see and understand the truth about people or situations.

Insult: This is a remark or an action that is said or done to offend somebody.

Jealousy: This is a feeling of unhappiness and anger because someone has something or someone that you want.

Jewellery: It is the decorative objects worn on your clothes from valuable metals, such as gold and silver or precious stones.

Kitten: It is a very young cat.

Knife: This is a tool, usually with a metal blade and a handle used for cutting and spreading food or other substances, or as a weapon.

Locust: Here is a large insect with wings found in hot areas flying in large groups and destroying plants and crops.

Lupin:  Here is a garden plant which has a long pointed flower of various colours and which is sometimes used to feed animals.

Maize: It is a tall plant grown in many parts of the world for its yellow seeds which are eaten as food made into flour or fed to animals.

Measles: This is an infectious disease which produces small red spots all over the body.

Newspaper: It is a regularly printed document consisting of news, reports, articles, photographs and advertisements that are printed on large sheets of paper which are folded together but not permanently joined.

Nut: It is the dry fruit of particular trees which grows in a hard shell and can often be eaten. Containing medicine, which is put on the skin where it is sore or where there is an injury to cure it.

Ocean: This is a very large area of sea.

Pasta: This is an Italian food made from flour, water and sometimes eggs formed into different shapes and usually served with a sauce. It is hard when dry and soft when cooked.

Prison: It is a building where people are kept as a punishment for a crime they have committed or while they are waiting for trial.

Queen: It is a woman who rules a country because she has been born into a royal family or a woman who is married to a king.

Question: It may be a phrase or sentence used to ask something or someone.

Rhubarb: This is a plant with long red or pink stems that people cook and eat as a fruit.

Rubbish: It is waste material or unwanted or worthless things.

Silk: It is a fine soft thread produced by silkworms.

Straw: This is a thin tube of plastic or paper that you suck a drink through.

Terror: It is a feeling of extreme fear.

Tourist: This is a person who is travelling or visiting a place for pleasure.

Unix: It is an operating system which can be used by many people at the same time.

Uvula: It is a small piece of flesh that hangs from the top of the inside of the mouth just above the throat.

Ointment: Here is a thick oily substance, usually

Varnish: It is a liquid that is painted onto wood, metal, etc. and that forms a hard shiny transparent surface when it is dry.

Viper: It is a small poisonous snake or a person who harms other people.

Whale: This is a very large animal that lives in the sea and looks like a very large fish.

Wool: This is the soft fine hair that covers the body of sheep, goats, and some other animals.

XL:  This means extra large used for sizes of things, especially clothes.

X-Ray: It is a type of radiation that can pass through objects that are not transparent and make it possible to see inside them.

Yarn: It means thread that has been spun and used for knitting, making cloth, etc.

Youth:  This is the time of life when a person is young, especially the time before a child becomes an adult.

Zinc: It is a chemical element. It is a bluish-white metal that is mixed with copper to produce brass and is often used to cover other metals to prevent them from rusting.

Zing: It means interest or excitement.

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