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Vocabulary exercises to help learn words for the things you see in the garden.
Start with the image matching exercise. Then choose one or more of the other exercises to try.
Does your house have a garden?
I don't know a lot of the garden. But I learn more. For example gate and hedge.
l live in a flat so l have no garden there. But there is a garden around my country house. There are flowers, tomatoes, potatoes, and cucumbers.I look after the seeds and l water them.
I've a very small garden. I love growing plants (in particular cactus, because they don't need so much care, indeed I'm not so good in gardening).
I live in a big city, so having a garden is an unusual thing T-T
Can you help me?
I've learned that British people say "garden" and American people say "yard". And I thought "yard" was a small area for plants usually at the back of the house. Is my understanding correct?
Yes, exactly! Here are a few more details. In Britain, the word "yard" indicates a space which is probably concreted over. It might be used to store something (like tools or rubbish bins) or it might be used for some commercial activity (e.g. shipyard, lumberyard, junkyard) and it doesn't necessarily have any plants at all. And in the USA, a "garden" is a particular part of the yard which is used to grow vegetables or flowers.
Jonathan (LearnEnglish Teens Team)
Thank you for the details, Jonathan!
I have a small garden where I grow plants!✨
No,I don't have garden. but when I live in another home had a garden.
No i don't :(
I have a garden in front of my house. My grandma plant so many different tree like papaya, lemon, jackfruit, mango, banana, and local fruits
my house is very small, so we have not enough space to have a garden. I always hope that: I can save money to buy another bigger house.
We have a small garden without a gate and without the lawn!!
We have a table and a barbecue for the summer...
I like a vegestable garden, but my house is small. I ground a lot of tree in the flowerpot.
I have 3 gardens in the different parts of my house. One of it is outside my house which consists of a beautiful lawn with flowers of different colours and a beetle nut tree. The second one is on the first floor where my grandparents live, it is mainly composed of flowers and creepers. The third one is on the 4th floor which consists of mainly all kinds of plants that require pots.
I have a beautiful garden and beautiful flower.
I I have lots flowers and tree in the garden of my house
I have a beautiful garden, there are a lots of flowers and two bigs lemons trees
We don't have a garden, greenhouse, lawn and lawnmower. But my mom has a beautiful flowers and plants which growing up into the house.
No my house doesn't have a garden, It only have a some flowerpots, because I live in a second floor.
My house has a small garden.I always water in there so it grows better .I plant more trees and flowers so that my garden become colourful ,too.Morever,air is fresh that thanks to plants.
My writing skill is not well,so if it has mistakes,you can help to correct for me.
Thanks a lot!!! ^^
No, it hasn't, because I live in a little flat on the eighth floor.
oh no.my house doesn't have any garden because it's too small
i wish i had a beautiful garden
My mam has a big and beautiful garden behind our house. She very love flowers and every season she buy a new kind of flowers. My friends like to make a photo this flowers when they come to me.
Yes, a big one
What is a big one?
My house has a garden, but not as much on the garden as the garden in this exercise. I have an agility course for our dog that's about it.
I think new words should have thier spelling. For example: beautiful / 'bju:t3ful/ . I'll know spelling and stress of each word. I think it's better. I hope that the website will consider! Thank you so much!!!
Thanks for your comment. In the vocabulary section we have the audio with the words so you can click and listen to how the word is pronounced. Did you know that already? Just click on the audio symbol.
Best wishes, Jo (LearnEnglish Teens Team)
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