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Learn new nouns: Q to Z

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Here's the final lesson in our series of nouns to help you improve your vocabulary. Read through the sentences and try to decide which noun fits the gap. Can you think of any other nouns beginning with these letters? Which nouns were new vocabulary for you? Let us know!

Lesson by Caroline

Learn New English Words

Quilt - a type of blanket made of two layers of cloth filled with wool, cotton, or soft feathers
Regret - to feel sad or sorry about (something that you did or did not do)
Seed - a small object produced by a plant from which a new pant grows
Twist - an unexpected or strange occurrence
Umbrella - a device for protection against the rain
Value - how useful or important something is
Wealth - when someone has a lot of money or valuable possessions
X-ray - a photograph that shows the inside of your body
Yolk - the round, yellow part in the middle of an egg
Zoo - a place where wild animals are kept and people come to look at them

Learn new nouns: A to H
Learn new nouns: I to P

Now choose the correct missing words to complete each sentence:

  • 1. I only like the ___ of the egg, I hate the white stuff.











  • 2. It is very rainy in June in Cape Town, so make sure you take an ___.











  • 3. I'm taking my daughter to the ___, she loves the elephants.











  • 4. We read a story in class the other day that had a really interesting ___ at the end.











  • 5. If you plant a ___ and give it everything it needs, it will grow into a flower or a plant.











  • 6. Do you have an extra ___? It's been so cold lately that I can't sleep!











  • 7. I only have one ___ I wish I had travelled more when I was younger.











  • 8. There is a lot of ___ in spending time with your loved ones.











  • 9. I think you should go to the hospital for an ___.











  • 10. Financial ___ is not important, but it does make things easier.