(In Los Angeles)
Amy: We ﬁnally arrived in the USA. How will we get to Grandma's house?
Dad: First, we'll go to Roswell by plane. Then, we'll go to Grandma's house by car.
Mom: And then we'll go camping all together.
Meg: Can we also go alien hunting? That'll be so exciting.
Amy: Wake up, Meg! There are no aliens!
Meg: How do you know?
Dad: Stop, girls. I can't ﬁnd our e-tickets to Roswell!
Mom: Don't worry. Here they are!
(On the way to Grandma's house)
Dad: My goodness! Our car broke down. What are we going to do?
Mom: Let's go to Grandma's house on foot. It's not far from here.
Meg: Can we take a taxi there? We're in a desert!
Dad: Wait! I hear something.
Mom: What's that sound?
Meg: Alien! It's an alien! Let's get the camera ready.
Amy: It's Grandma. She's driving a jeep!
- exciting [ɪkˋsaɪtɪŋ] adj.
The baseball game is really exciting to me.
- train [tren] n.
They took a train to the south.
- go camping [go `kæmpIŋ]
I went camping with my friends last summer.
- protect [prəˋtɛkt] v.
Parents always protect their children from getting hurt.
- nature [ˋnetʃɚ] n.
I love science class very much. I can learn many things about nature from it.
- by [baɪ] prep.
I go to school by bus.
- on foot [ɑn fʊt]
He goes to school on foot.
- arrive [əˋraɪv] v.
What time will your plane arrive?
- station [ˋsteʃən] n.
I saw Serena at the train station yesterday.
- ticket [ˋtɪkɪt] n.
These tickets are for the best seats in the theater.
- forest [ˋfɔrɪst] n.
There are many dangerous animals in the forest.
- go hiking [go ˋhaIkIŋ]
They sometimes go hiking on Sunday.
- plant [plænt] n.; v.
Let's plant more trees in the yard.
- along [əˋlɔŋ] prep.
They walked along the street to the park.
- take [tek] v.
I can take the MRT to the zoo.