Vocabulario de Otoño Basico – Autumn Vocabulary 2012 (TEFL/ESL)

Man Raking Leaves “To Rake”

  • The garden looks terrible. We need to rake up the leaves.
  • The man is raking the leaves.
  • The man is using a rake.
Woman Looking at a Leaf One “Leaf” – Two “Leaves”

  • The woman has a brown leaf.
  • The leaves have fallen off the trees.
  • In autumn, leaves on trees change to brown, yellow, red, and orange.
Man Walking in the Wind “To Take a Walk”

    • The man is walking.
    • The man is taking a walk.
    • It is windy in autumn.
Boy Picking Apples “To Pick Fruit”

    • The boy is looking for an apple to pick.
    • Apples are best when you pick them in the autumn”

More Autumn Vocabulary

  • “Chilly” = “Very Cold” ~ In autumn the weather starts to become chilly.
  • “Wrap up warm” = “Where lots of clothes” ~ In autumn you need to wrap up warm so you don’t get cold.
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