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Candle A round stick of wax with a piece of string (called a wick ) through the middle which is lit to give light as it burns
Magnet A piece of iron that attracts objects made of iron towards it, either naturally or because of an electric current that is passed through it
Satchel A bag with a long strap, that you hang over your shoulder or wear on your back, used especially for carrying school books
Traffic cone
Atm The abbreviation for ‘automated teller machine’
Backpack A large bag, often supported on a light metal frame, carried on the back and used especially by people who go climbing or walking
Dice A small cube of wood, plastic, etc., with a different number of spots on each of its sides, used in games of chance
Padlock A type of lock that is used to fasten two things together or to fasten one thing to another. Padlocks are used with chains on gates, etc.
Letter A message that is written down or printed on paper and usually put in an envelope and sent to somebody
Traffic light A signal that controls the traffic on a road, by means of red, orange and green lights that show when you must stop and when you can go
Microscope An instrument used in scientific study for making very small things look larger so that you can examine them carefully
Balloon A small bag made of very thin rubber that becomes larger and rounder when you fill it with air or gas. Balloons are brightly coloured and used as decorations or toys.
Briefcase A flat case used for carrying papers and documents
Shopping cart A large basket on wheels into which you put the things that you want to buy as you push it round a store
Stop sign
Globe An object shaped like a ball with a map of the world on its surface, usually on a stand so that it can be turned
Can Used to say that it is possible for somebody/something to do something, or for something to happen
Rucksack A large bag, often supported on a light metal frame, carried on the back and used especially by people who go climbing or walking
Sword A weapon with a long metal blade and a handle
Street light A light at the top of a tall post in the street
Coins A small flat piece of metal used as money
Box A container made of wood, cardboard, metal, etc. with a flat stiff base and sides and often a lid, used especially for holding solid things
Luggage Bags, cases, etc. that contain somebody’s clothes and things when they are travelling
Axe A tool with a wooden handle and a heavy metal blade, used for chopping wood, cutting down trees, etc.
Bolt A long, narrow piece of metal that you slide across the inside of a door or window in order to lock it
Ball A round object used for throwing, hitting or kicking in games and sports
Lighter A small device that produces a flame for lighting cigarettes, etc.
Drone A continuous low noise
Medal A flat piece of metal, usually shaped like a coin, that is given to the winner of a competition or to somebody who has been brave, for example in war
Snorkel To swim under the surface of the water while breathing air through a tube (a snorkel)
Chain A series of connected metal rings, used for pulling or fastening things; a length of chain used for a particular purpose
Shield A large piece of metal or leather carried by soldiers in the past to protect the body when fighting
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