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English Chinese Essay

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|arts  文科 |science 理科 |physical education  体育 |mathematics  数学 |
|physics 物理 |chemistry  化学 |sociology 社会学 |biology 生物 |
|history  历史 |politics  政治学 |geology  地质学 |geography  地理 |
|Chinese 语文 |English英语 |literature  文学 |geometry  几何 |
|algebra 代数 |architecture 建筑学 ...view middle of the document...

美味的 |salty adj.咸的 |hot adj.辣的 |bitter adj.苦的 |
|sweet adj.甜的 |sour adj.酸的 | | |

宇宙
|moon 月亮 |Earth 地球 |spaceship 宇宙飞船 |space 太空 |
|sun 太阳 |star 星 |equator 赤道 |galaxy 银河系 |
|satellite 卫星 |longitude经度 |latitude 纬度 |gravity 重力 |
|solar system 太阳系 |shooting star 流星 | | |

山河湖海
|continent 大陆 |abyss深渊 |iceberg冰山 |peninsula半岛 |
|sea海 |coast海岸 |forest 森林 |desert 沙漠 |
|swamp沼泽 |marsh 沼泽 |pond 池塘 |lake 湖泊 |
|canal运河 |basin 流域 |flow泛滥 |flood 洪水 |
|bed河床 |spring 泉水 |source源头 |stream小溪 |
|bank 河岸 |valley山谷地 |island岛 |rock 岩石 |
|hill 小山,山岗 |plain 平原 |plateau 高原 |volcano 火山 |
|peak 山顶,巅 |summit 山顶,峰 |ocean 大洋 |gulf 海湾 |
|bay 海湾 |cliff悬崖峭壁 |mountain 山 |beach海滩 |
|shore 海滩 |wave 浪 |strait 海峡 |waterfall瀑布 |
|mainland大陆 |prairie大草原 | | |

天气
|windy adj.刮风的 |dull adj.阴天的 |rainy adj.下雨的 |sunny adj.晴朗的 |
|clear adj.晴朗的 |fine adj.晴天 |weather天气 |climate 气候 |
|hurricane 飓风 |lightning ...

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