INTEGRATED UNITS #13B:

 

 

 

 

"After  Apple-Picking"
By Robert Frost 


VOCABULARY

 

PEOPLE:

Author – My ladder

 

BODY

Instep arch

Hand

Leg

 

Ache

 

Sleep of mine

Human sleep

Winter’s sleep

 

ADVERBS

Surely = for sure

 

ANIMALS

Woodchuck

 

NATURE

Tree

Heaven

Bought

Hoary grass

Stem

Blossom

Earth

Harvest

Weather

Ice = pane of glass

Season – Winter

Winter sleep

 

FRUIT

Apple

Fleck of russet

Cider apple

 

SENSES

Scent

Sight

Sounds

Touch

Cherish

Strike / stroke

Sleep

Long sleep

Human sleep

 

AMOUNT

Load on load

I have had too much

Ten thousand thousand

All (apples)

Heap

Each

 

OBJECT

Ladder

Barrel

Pane of glass

Ladder round

Cellar bin

Stuble

 

QUALITY

Long

Two-pointed

Sticking

Strangeness

Through

Magnified

Clear

Rumbling

Overtired

Great

Bruised

Rot

Spiked

Worth / no worth

Slow

Secure

Spoiling

Wintry

 

ACTIONS

Fill

Pick / picking

I am done = finished

Drowsing off

Rub

Looking

Hold / held

Melted

Let it fall / fell

Not let fall

Dropped

Sleep

Break

Tell

Skimmed

Appear

Disappear

Showing

Feel

Hearing

Desired

Lift down

Strike / struck

Trouble

Describe

Work

To store

Turn

 

POSITIONS

Through

Toward

Beside it

Upon = on

Against

Bend

Sway

 

TIME

Still

Now

Night

Morning

 

ABSTRACTIONS

Essence

Dreaming

Form = kind

Pressure

 

IDIOMS

I was well on my way to = ready to

About to = going to

Keep the ache

Keeps the pressure

keep hearing

 

I myself

You yourself

You yourselves

You hold yourself

No matter=makes no difference

Coming on = beginning, happening

By had

Weather turn wintry

Look forward

 

CONTRACTIONS

Ladder’s = ladder is

There’s = there is

Didn’t = did not

 

 


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