Practice Words: f


face
noun
the front of the head where your eyes, nose, and mouth are; see spotlight_body_diagram.png
face
verb
to look toward; to turn toward; to have before you, such as a problem or danger
fact
noun
a piece of information known or proved to be true
factory
noun
a building or group of buildings where products are made, often using machines.
fail
verb
to not succeed; to not reach a goal
fair
adjective
just or reasonable (“the judgement was fair); treating every person equally (the father was fair to his children”), not very good or not very bad; average (“he was only a fair student”)
faith
noun
belief based on trust; religious belief
fall
verb
to go down quickly; to come down; to drop to the ground or a lower position
false
adjective
not true or correct; not real
family
noun
the group that includes children and their parents
famous
adjective
known very well to many people
far
adjective
at, to or from a great distance
farm
noun
land used to grow crops and animals for food
fast
adverb
moving or working at great speed; in a very short time
fast
adjective
moving or happening quickly
fat
noun
tissue in the bodies of humans and animals used to store energy and to keep warm
fat
adjective
thick; heavy
father
noun
the male parent; a man who has a child or children
favorite
adjective
most liked; most loved (“Joseph was Jacob’s favorite son.”)
fear
verb
to be afraid; to worry that something bad is near or may happen (“He feared falling down.”)
fear
noun
a strong emotion when there is danger or trouble or when you are worried something bad is going to happen (“He had a fear that he would fall down.”)
February
Number: 2
feed
verb
to give food to
feel
verb
to have or experience an emotion; to know by touching
female
noun
a woman or girl; the sex that gives birth
female
adjective
of or about women
fence
noun
something around an area of land to keep animals or people in or out
fertile
adjective
rich in production of plants or animals; producing much
fever
noun
a high body temperature which a person has when he is sick
few
adjective
not many; a small number of
field
noun
an area of open land, usually used to grow crops or to raise animals
fierce
adjective
extremely strong; violent; angry
fifty
Number: 50
Adjective: fiftieth
fight
verb
to use violence or force; to attempt to defeat or destroy an enemy; to work hard to do something that is difficult (“she fought for her job”; “he fought against poverty”); to argue in an angry way
fight
noun
a physical struggle between two people or groups of people; an argument; a struggle to do something that is difficult
fill
verb
to put or pour something into a container until there is space for no more
film
verb
to record something so it can be seen again; to make a motion picture or movie
film
noun
a thin piece of material for making pictures with a camera; a movie
final
adjective
at the end; last
financial
adjective
of or about the system that includes the use of money, credit, investments and banks
find
verb
to discover or learn something by searching or by accident; to decide a court case (“The jury finds the man guilty of murder.”)
fine
noun
a payment ordered by a court to punish someone for a crime
fine
adjective
very good; very small or thin
finger
noun
one of the long thin parts of your hand used for holding things, usually not including the thumb; see spotlight_body_diagram.png
finish
verb
to complete; to end
fire
verb
to shoot a gun
fire
noun
the heat and light produced by something burning
firm
adjective
not easily moved or changed (“She is firm in her opinion.”)
firm
noun
a business or company, especially a small one
first
adjective
coming before all other things or people
fish
noun
a creature that lives and can breathe in water
fish
verb
to catch fish
fit
verb
to be of the correct size or shape (“These shoes fit my feet.”)
five
Number: 5
Adjective: fifth
fix
verb
to put something firmly in place; to make good or right again
flag
noun
a piece of colored cloth used to represent a nation, government or organization
flat
adjective
smooth; having no high places
flee
verb
to run away from
float
verb
to be on water without sinking; to move or be moved gently on water or through air
flood
verb
to cover with water
flood
noun
the movement of water out of a river, lake or ocean onto land
floor
noun
the bottom part of a room for walking on (“The book fell to the floor.”); the level of a building (“The fire was on the first floor.”)
flow
verb
to move like a liquid
flower
noun
the colored part of plants that carry seeds
fluid
noun
any substance that can flow, such as a liquid
fly
verb
to move through the air with wings, like a bird or airplane; to travel in an airplane or flying vehicle
fog
noun
a mass of wet air that is difficult to see through; a cloud close to the ground
follow
verb
to come or go after; to accept the rule or power of; to obey
food
noun
the things that people and animals eat for energy, strength and growth (for example, vegetables, fruits, grains, etc...)
fool
verb
to make someone believe something that is not true; to trick
fool
noun
a person who is tricked easily
foot
noun
the part of the body at the end of a leg that touches the ground when a person or animal walks; see spotlight_body_diagram.png
for
preposition
because of (“He is famous for his work.”); in exchange (“Give me one dollar for the book.”); through space or time (“They traveled for one hour.”); representative of (“I speak for all people.”); to be employed by (“She works for a computer company.”)
force
verb
to make someone do something or make something happen by using power
force
noun
power, strength; the amount of power with which something moves or hits another thing or person; a natural power or effect (“the force of gravity”); military power
foreign
adjective
of, about or from another nation; not from one’s own place or country
forest
noun
a large area of land where there are many trees
forget
verb
to not remember
forgive
verb
to pardon; to remove guilt
form
verb
to make; to start; to shape (“They formed a swim team.”)
form
noun
a kind (“Swimming is a form of exercise.”); the shape or appearance of something; a paper with questions on it, and spaces for a person to write the answers
former
adjective
earlier in time; not now
forward
adverb
toward the front; not backward
four
Number: 4
Adjective: fourth
free
verb
to release
free
adjective
not controlled by another or by outside forces; not in prison; independent; not limited by rules; without cost
freedom
noun
the condition of being free
freeze
verb
to make or to become hard because of cold; to feel very cold; when the temperature falls to or below the freezing point of water (0 degrees Celsius; 32 degrees Fahrenheit)
fresh
adjective
newly made or gathered (“fresh flowers”); recent (“The experience was fresh in their minds”); clean and pure (“I love fresh air”)
Friday
noun
friend
noun
a person you like, trust, and enjoy spending time with (friendship is a relationship between friends or the state of being friends)
frighten
verb
to cause great fear
from
preposition
having a person, place or thing as a beginning or cause (“It is a message from the president.”); at a place distant, not near (“The school is five kilometers from my home.”); because of (“He is suffering from cancer.”)
front
noun
the forward part; the opposite of back; the beginning; the first part
fruit
noun
food from trees and plants
fuel
noun
any substance (coal, gas etc...) that people can burn to produce heat or power
full
adjective
containing as much as a person or thing can hold; complete
fun
noun
an experience or person that is exciting and causes happiness (“she is fun to be with”); the feeling of being entertained or happy (“I am having fun”)
fun
adjective
enjoyable and exciting
funeral
noun
a ceremony held in connection with the burial or burning of the dead
future
noun
time after now (“We can talk about it in the future.”)
future
adjective
in the time to come (“All future meetings will be held in this room.”)