If I were a giant, I wouldn’t be able to fit in my house.
I’d have to live in a building that had a high ceiling, but I’d probably have a hard time getting through the door.
I’d have to make my own clothes, but where would I get a giant needle and thread to sew with?
I couldn’t ride in a car or a plane.
I suppose I would just have to take giant steps to get from place to place.
I would have to be very careful not to step on anybody or anything.
When I talked, people would cover their ears.
My voice would sound very loud to them.
I wouldn’t find shoes to cover my feet.
I wouldn’t find a knife and fork to eat my dinner with.
I might have to use a rake as a fork.
My dinner would be huge.
What would I cook my dinner in?
I certainly wouldn’t find an oven big enough to put my dinner in.
If I sneezed, it would be like a hurricane.
If I fell down, it would be like an earthquake.
I wouldn’t have any friends because everyone would be too tiny for me to talk to.
I think that being a giant would be very lonely.
I couldn’t have just one apple.
I would have to have a lot of apples to fill me up.
I would have to drink gallons and gallons of water to quench my thirst.
I could never relax under a tree.
I would be taller than all the trees.
I don’t think that being a giant would be fun.
I won’t ever make a wish to be a giant.
I would rather be my height.
I’m very happy the way I am.
also cover up
to put something over or be over something in order to hide, close, or protect it
–Cover the pot and bake for an hour.
-She wore a low-cut dress, partly covered by a thin shawl.
cover something with something
-Dan covered his face with his hands.
Pleas, Look out “COVER” in your dictionary too.
fill me up
fill (yourself) up
informal to eat so much food that you cannot eat any more
fill (yourself) up with/on
-Don’t fill yourself up with cookies.
-He filled up on pecan pie.
to make or become completely full:
-The room soon filled up (with people).
– Fill her up, please. (said to someone putting gas in one’s car)
1 to satisfy (one’s thirst) by drinking, o stop yourself feeling thirsty, by drinking something
quench a fire/flames
to stop a fire from burning
synonyms: extinguish, put out
– a desperate bid to quench the raging flames
-the flames were quickly quenched with buckets of water.