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English Alphabet

The English alphabet has 26 letters

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Animals vocabulary

Animal homes     Animal behaviour     Parts of animals

Amphibians and reptiles     Birds

Agricultural Vocabulary

Farming     Farming methods     Irrigation     Crop production


Beauty salon

Business Vocabulary

Money     Banking     Business people

Construction Vocabulary

Road     Road construction     Construction aggregates     Pipe fittings     Tools

Family and life

Family members     Names     Baby     Pregnancy     Raising children 

Marriage problems   Male/Female 

Food and drink


Medical staff

Houses and Buildings

Living room     Bedroom     Kitchen     Bathroom     Utility room


Nature vocabulary

Time, Dates and Numbers

Personality, emotions and feelings


Hunger and Thirst     Tiredness


Office supplies     Professions

War and conflicts



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