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Vocabulary WordsMeanings
summerthe warmest season of the year, between spring and autumn
summitthe highest point of something, such as the summit of a mountain
summonto call up, to call by authority
sunthe round bright ball seen in the sky during the day. It sends out light and heat
sunburnburning or reddening of the skin when you have been too long in the hot sun
sundialan instrument that shows the time of day by the position of the sun’s shadow on a dial
sunnyfull of sunshine
sunrisethe time when the sun comes up: the actual rising of the sun
sunshinethe light from the sun
supto eat supper: to take spoonfuls of soup or liquid into your mouth
superiorhigher in rank or dignity
supermarketa large shop where you can buy all kinds of food and some other things as well. You help yourself and pay when you go out
supersonicmoving faster than sound travels in air
supperthe last meal before you go to bed
supplyto provide; to give something that is needed
supportto hold something up; to bear the weight of something
supposeto imagine; to pretend
sureknowing you are right
surelywithout question or doubt
surfacethe outside of anything; the top of a lake or the sea or the earth
surgeona doctor who cures patients by cutting out or repairing diseased parts of the body
surgerya doctor’s office where you can visit him. The same word also means curing illness by cutting out or repairing the diseased part
surlybed-tempered; not friendly
surnameyour last name; the family name
surprisesomething you do not expect
surrenderto give up
surroundto be all around; on all sides of something
surveyto take a careful look over something or some place
suspectto have a feeling in your mind that something is wrong or that someone is not telling the truth
swallowto let food or drink go down your throat. The same word also means a pretty dark blue and white bird with a forked tail
swampwet, marshy ground. The same word also means to put too much water in something
swana large water-bird with a very long neck. It is usually white
swarma large number of insects, animals or people moving together
swayto swing or move from side to side
swearto make a very solemn promise. The same word also means to use bad language
sweatthe moisture that comes from your skin when you are not
sweatera heavy knitted jersey
sweepto use a brush or broom to clean the floor. The same word also means a man who sweeps chimneys
sweettasting of sugar; not sour
sweetheartsomeone you love and hope to marry
swellto grow larger or louder
swerveto turn aside quickly, as when you swerve so as not to bump into something when you are running
swillto drink in large amounts. The same word also means pig’ food
swimto move along in the water using your arms and legs
swinga seat hanging from ropes or chains. The same word also means to move in the air, back and forth, or from side to side
swipeto hit hard and rather wildly
swirlto move about quickly with a circling movement, as when dried leaves are blown about by the wind
switcha little lever which turns on electricity
swollenmade bigger by swelling
sworda very long knife with a special handle, used for fighting or for carrying in some ceremonies

Learning Competency

Modal auxiliaries Vs Primary auxiliaries
Primary auxiliaries are be, do, have. They are used to form tenses and to frame short answers.
Modal auxiliaries are will, would, may, might, shall, should, can, could, must, dare, need, used, ought. They are used to express moods.