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Vocabulary Lesson The Senses

English vocabulary lesson with words connected to the senses. This lesson will help you define colour, taste, sight, sound, touch, smell, flavour, texture, aroma and perfume.

(A) colour NOUN red, blue, green, etc
‘The colour green makes you think of spring.’

 

(–) taste UNCOUNTABLE NOUN the flavour of something
‘The wine tastes of apples.’

 

(A) sight NOUN something that someone can see
‘The mountains were a beautiful sight to see.’

 

(A) sound NOUN something that someone can hear
‘The sound of dogs barking at 3 a.m. woke him up.’

 

touch VERB to put your hand on someone or something
‘He touched her skin – it felt like ice-cold water.’

 

(A) smell NOUN something that you feel using your nose
‘The smell of coffee filled the room.’

 

(A) flavour NOUN how food or drink tastes
‘We sell 21 different flavours of ice-cream.’

 

(A) texture NOUN how something feels when you touch it
‘Her hair had the texture of silk.’

 

(A) aroma NOUN a strong, nice smell
‘My new shampoo has a wonderful aroma.’

 

(–) perfume UNCOUNTABLE NOUN a nice smell
‘The perfume from the roses made her feel romantic.’

 

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