Early Morning

خمیازه، آموزش زبان انگلیسی
“Yawn!” I am so tired. I don’t like getting up in the morning. I wish I could sleep in until noon.
My mom has to come into my room and shake my feet. “Get up, you lazy girl!” she says, “It’s time to rise and shine. It’s a beautiful day!”
I raise my head, mumble and turn over, putting my pillow over my head. My mom yanks my pillow from off my head and starts tickling me. “Okay, I’ll get up!” I shriek. The sun is so bright that I squint. I think I will go outside and play. I can’t wait to get up now. My mom cooks me breakfast. I have eggs, bacon, toast and orange juice.

When I finish my breakfast. I brush my teeth, comb my hair, wash my face and then change into play clothes. I choose a bright pink and yellow tank top with jean shorts and blue sandals.
My bike is in the garage where my dad keeps the cars and tools. As I pedal, my hair flies out behind me! I keep my mouth shut so that bugs don’t get in! I am going down a big hill now. I can hardly pedal anymore. My legs are moving so fast. I hang onto my handle bars tightly. I don’t want to fall off!
I finally am able to slow down as the road becomes level. I turn a corner and decide to go back home. I realize I now have to ride up the hill! I know I will be tired when I get to the top. I think that I will have some water now before I start to go up. Mmmm, it tastes great! It is so clean and cold.
Well, I know that I have a big trip ahead of me, so I need to get going!
Bye-bye!



mumble:

to say something too quietly or not clearly enough, so that other people cannot understand you
ᅳsee also mutter He bumped into someone and mumbled an apology. Stop mumbling!
mumble to yourself
A woman on the corner was mumbling to herself.

ᅳmumble noun [countable]
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yank:

informal to suddenly pull something quickly and with force
yank something out/back/open etc
One of the men grabbed Tom’s hair and yanked his head back. Nick yanked the door open.
yank on/at
With both hands she yanked at the necklace.

ᅳyank noun [countable] He gave the rope a yank .
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shriek:

[intransitive]to make a very high loud sound, especially because you are afraid, angry, excited, or in pain
ᅳsynonym screamThey were dragged from their homes, shrieking and weeping.He shrieked in agony.
shriek with
A group of students were shrieking with laughter.
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squint:
squint
to look at something with your eyes partly closed in order to see better
Anna squinted in the sudden bright sunlight.
squint at
Stop squinting at the screen – put your glasses on.
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to say something too quietly or not clearly enough, so that other people cannot understand you
ᅳsee also mutter He bumped into someone and mumbled an apology. Stop mumbling!
mumble to yourself
A woman on the corner was mumbling to herself.

ᅳmumble noun [countable]