- Do you personally like rats?
- Do you believe that rats serve no purpose in the ecosystem?
- protect /pruh-TEKT/
- remove /ri-MOOV/
- succeed /suhk-SEED/
- effort /EF-ert/
- wildlife /WAHYLD-lahyf/
[verb] – to keep someone or something safe from injury, damage, or loss
The lifeguard’s duty is to protect swimmers from any potential dangers in the water.
[ri-MOOV] – to take something or someone away from somewhere, or off something
Sarah carefully removed the dirty dishes from the table and placed them in the sink for washing.
[verb] – If you succeed, you achieve something that you have been aiming for, and if a plan or piece of work succeeds, it has the results that you wanted
After months of practicing, Mark finally succeeded in riding his bicycle.
[noun] – physical or mental activity needed to achieve something
With hard work and effort, Anna was able to improve her grades in math.
[noun] – animals and plants that grow independently of people, usually in natural conditions
We went on a nature hike and spotted various wildlife, such as birds, squirrels, and butterflies.
True or False:
- The volunteers in Miramar wear camouflage jackets while catching rats.
- The goal of New Zealand is to remove rats and other predators from the entire country by 2050.
- Volunteers from Predator-Free Miramar use traps instead of bait and poison to catch rats.
- The efforts of the volunteers in Miramar show how much New Zealand cares about its unique wildlife and the future of its country.
- The birds in New Zealand are not in danger due to animals from other places or human construction.
Fill in the blanks:
- The painter used a brush to ______ the excess paint from the canvas.
- The team worked together and _________ in completing the project ahead of schedule.
- The national park is home to a diverse range of ________, including deer, foxes, and many different species of birds.
- We wear helmets while riding bicycles to _______ our heads and prevent injuries.
- The soccer team won the match through their collective ______ and determination on the field.