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AN INTRODUCTION UPSR VOCABULARY (WORD LEVEL)

NAME: AGE: FATHERS NAME: MOTHERS NAME:

VOCABULARY (WORD LEVEL) Animals and T !i" Y#$n% Ad$l& animal ant bear butterfly cat dog duck eagle elephant fly fox frog goat goose horse kangaroo Some common mammals bear buffalo cat Some common birds crow duck eagle goose parrot rooster swallow swan dog elephant fox goat horse lion monkey rabbit rat sheep tiger whale Young grub cub caterpillar kitten puppy duckling eaglet calf maggot cub tadpole kid gosling foal joey Ad$l& animal chicken cockroach cow deer lion mosquito owl pig seal sheep swan tiger wasp whale wolf Young chick nymph calf fawn cub larva owlet piglet calf lamb cygnet cub grub calf cub

Some common fishes eel piranha salmon shark

Some common reptiles

crocodile Some common amphibians frog

lizard

snake

tortoise

salamander

Some common insects ant bee butterfly cockroach grasshopper mosquito More mammals moth termite

beaver

camel

dolphin

donkey

giraffe

guinea pig

hippopotamus

kangaroo

leopard

otter

mousedeer

orang-utan

rhinoceros

tapir More birds

wolf

zebra

budgerigar

canary

hawk

mynah

ostrich

peacock More reptiles

seagull

turkey

crocodile

chameleon More insects

python

turtle

praying mantis dragonfly grasshopper Other animals louse

caterpillar

centipede

crab

lobster

leech

prawn

scorpion

snail

spider Cl#& in% and F##&'!a"

tadpole

worm

Figure A 1.shawl 2. handkerchief cheongsam shoes

Figure B shirt belt trousers socks

Figure C badge uniform boots

Figure D dress sandals

Figure E veil glove

Figure F cap T-shirt eans

Figure G blouse coat skirt

Figure H acket necktie

Figure I dungarees sweater

Figure J sari

Figure K singlet shorts clogs

Figure L scarf flip-flops

Figure M songkok sarong

Figure N py amas

Figure O tracksuit

Flowers

(alsam a flower which is red or pink in colour

(#$%ain)ill!a tiny red and purple flowers of a tropical climbing shrub

*anna a pink, yellow or red flower

*a"na&i#n a small pink, red or white flower

* "+san& !m$m a large yellow flower with long thin petals

da lia a brightly coloured flower grown from tuberous roots

dais+ a small white flower with a yellow centre

%a"d!nia a large white or yellow sweet-smelling flower

i(is*$s the national flower of Malaysia; red, pink, white or yellow in colour

,asmin! a white or yellow flower with a sweet smell

lil+ a flower that comes in different shapes and colours

l#&$s a type of water lily found on the surface of ponds

m#"nin% %l#"+ a purple flower which opens only in the morning

#"* id a flower that comes in unique shapes and colours

"#s! a peach, red, pink or yellow flower with a nice smell

s$n-l#'!" a large yellow flower

&$li. a large bell-shaped or cup-shaped flower

Food and Drinks


D!s*"i.&i#n beef biscuit bread bun burger the meat of a cow a flat, thin crisp cake made from dough food made from flour, water and yeast mixed together and then baked a small round flat bread roll fried or grilled meat served in a bread roll

chapati chocolate cooking oil coffee curry fish garlic ginger

a type of Indian flat bread made from flour a sweet made from cocoa beans oil used to cook food a drink made from coffee beans a dish of meat, vegetable, etc. cooked with hot spices a type of seafood an onion-like plant with a strong taste and smell the root of the ginger plant

groundnut ice cream milk mutton nasi lemak noodles

a type of nut that grows underground a popular, sweet fro en food made from milk fat a white liquid produced by cows and goats the meat of a fully-grown sheep or goat a popular Malaysian dish made of rice and coconut milk, and eaten with meat and ikan bilis, etc. long narrow strips made of flour a round vegetable with a strong smell and flavour

onion orange pie

a round, !uicy citrus fruit with thick reddish"yellow skin meat, vegetables or fruit covered with pastry and baked

porridge rice roti canai salad salt sandwich sauce soup sugar syrup tea tinned food vegetables

rice or oats boiled in water or milk a type of tropical grain that is cooked and eaten an Indian pancake which is eaten with curry a mixture of raw fruit and#or vegetables a white substance added to food to make it salty two slices of bread with some filling in between a thick liquid used to add more flavour to food a liquid food made by boiling meat, vegetables, etc. in water a sweet-tasting substance obtained from sugar cane to sweeten food and drinks a thick, sweet liquid made from sugar and water a drink made from tea leaves food that has been put into cans food from plants or parts of a plant $e.g. carrots, beans%

F"$i&

/0 apple 30 banana 20 cherry 50 ciku 70 durian 90 grapes

10 guava 40 !ackfruit 60 lychee /80 mango //0 mangosteen /30 orange

/20 papaya /50 pear /70 pineapple /90 plum /10 strawberry /40 watermelon

Meal and Utensils

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'owl )up +easpoon -aucer /an /ot 2lass )hopsticks 5nife

&6. &&. &(. &*.

7ork /late spoon bottle

Parts of the Body

bamboo

cactus

coconut

oil palm

creeper

lotus

moss

mushroom

/. head 3. neck 2. waist 5. elbow thorn 7. arm 9. leg 1. thigh 4. knee 6. face fir /8. forehead

//. eyebrow /3. eye /2. nose angsana /5. mouth weed /7. teeth /9. lips /1. cheek /4. ear /6. hair
mangrove

38. hand 3/. finger 33. fingernail 32. thumb ferns 35. wrist 37. foot 39. ankle 31. heel 34. toe

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Plants and Trees rattan

rubber

!ir

Transportation
aeroplane flying boat helicopter

"ater

boat

ferry

hovercraft

unk

motorboat

raft

sampan

ship

speedboat

#and

ambulance

bicycle

bus

cart

coach

jeep

lorry

car

motorcycle

scooter

taxi

train

trishaw

van

The best among you are those benefit others the most A hadith narrated by Ibnu Hibban from Jabir R.A