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VOCABULARY REVISION TERM 1 - JD
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  • A person who sings in a band.
    SINGER

  • A wind instrument where you blow into to make music. It has 3 keys.
    TRUMPET

  • A musical instrument which is very big and has many strings.
    HARP

  • A shop where you can buy fresh fruit and vegetables.
    GREENGROCER

  • An activity that you do using clay or mud.
    POTTERY

  • You need to move your body to a music rhythm
    DANCING

  • A place where you can buy fish and seafood.
    FISHMONGER

  • A guitar that only has 4 strings.
    BASS

  • A sport where you cycle in the difficult terrain. It has 2 wheels.
    MOUNTAIN BIKING

  • They are a pair of percussion intruments which come from Africa.
    BONGOS

  • A small group of people who play musical instruments and sing.
    BAND

  • An instruction that you do when you go by a building, for example, a bank.
    GO PAST THE BANK

  • A person who plays an instrument that has white and black keys.
    PIANIST

  • A sport that you practise in the mountains - walking.
    HIKING

  • A shop where you can buy medicines.
    CHEMIST

  • Circular road junction in a city or on the road.
    ROUNDABOUT

  • A South American instrument that looks like a xylophone and has tubular beels.
    MARIMBA

  • A place where you can borrow books or study.
    LIBRARY

  • Something that you buy for your friends when you visit another country.
    SOUVENIRS

  • A very big violin that you put on the floor.
    CELLO

  • A shop where you can buy meat.
    BUTCHER

  • A house that you rent for the holidays or a weekend in the mountains.
    RURAL HOUSE

  • An instruction that tells you to follow a street or a road.
    GO ALONG

  • It is a group of people who play classical music in concert halls.
    ORCHESTRA

  • The person who directs an orchestra.
    CONDUCTOR

  • A set of lights that regulate the traffic in a city.
    TRAFFIC LIGHTS

  • An action that you do in a town across a street.
    CROSS THE STREET

  • A person who plays music in a disco or music club to make people dance.
    DJ

  • An area where there are no traffic lights but you can cross a street.
    ZEBRA CROSSING

  • A place where you can buy stamps and send parcels.
    POST OFFICE

  • A competition sport using small cars.
    KART RACING

  • An instruction that means continue ahead.
    GO STRAIGHT ON

  • An activity that you do on paper using pencils.
    DRAWING

  • A psort that you practise in the sea with a boat and sails.
    SAILING

  • A person who plays a drum kit.
    DRUMMER

  • A place in town where the council meets to decide about what needs to be done for the town.
    TOWN HALL

  • A small flat that you rent for the holidays, normally by the sea.
    APARTMENT

  • A sport that you practise under water and where you use an oxygen tank.
    SCUBA DIVING

  • A means of transport which goes on the road and carries about 60 people.
    COACH

  • A sport that you practise with a board where there are big waves.
    SURFING

  • It sails in the sea and carries lorries, coaches and cars. It stops at ports.
    FERRY

  • A shop where you buy bread or buns.
    BAKERY

  • A sport where you need a board and a sail and you practise it on a lake or the sea.
    WINDSURFING

  • A sport that you practise under water with glasses and a tube to breathe.
    SNORKELLING

  • A group of people who sing together.
    CHOIR

  • A direction
    TURN LEFT