- Answer Key
- cat 【kæt】
- kitten 【ˈkɪtn】
- dog 【dɔːɡ】
- puppy 【ˈpʌpi】
- lion 【ˈlaɪən】
- leopard 【ˈlepərd】
- tiger 【ˈtaɪɡər】
- bear 【ber】
- polar bear【ˈpoʊlər ber】
- koala 【koʊˈɑːlə】
- panda 【ˈpændə】
- kangaroo 【ˌkæŋɡəˈruː】
- red panda【ˌred ˈpændə】
- fox 【fɑːks】
- raccoon 【ræˈkuːn】
- wolf 【wʊlf】
- wild boar 【ˌwaɪld ˈbɔːr】
- pig 【pɪɡ】
- cow 【kaʊ】
- goat 【ɡoʊt】
- sheep 【ʃiːp】
- deer 【dɪr】
- reindeer 【ˈreɪndɪr】
- donkey 【ˈdɑːŋki】
- zebra 【ˈziːbrə】
- horse 【hɔːrs】
- elephant 【ˈelɪfənt】
- giraffe 【dʒəˈræf】
- camel 【ˈkæml】
- rhinoceros 【raɪˈnɑːsərəs】
- hippopotamus 【ˌhɪpəˈpɑːtəməs】
- monkey 【ˈmʌŋki】
- sloth 【sloʊθ】
- baboon 【bæˈbuːn】
- orangutan 【əˈræŋətæn】
- gorilla 【ɡəˈrɪlə】
- mouse 【maʊs】
- squirrel 【ˈskwɪrəl】
- rabbit 【ræbɪt】
- hedgehog 【ˈhedʒhɔːɡ】
- porcupine 【ˈpɔːrkjupaɪn】
- hamster 【ˈhæmstər】
- mole 【moʊl】
- skunk 【skʌŋk】
- mongoose 【ˈmɑːŋɡuːs】
- armadillo 【ˌɑːrməˈdɪloʊ】
:a small animal with soft fur that people often keep as a pet. Cats catch and kill birds and mice.
:a young cat
:an animal with four legs and a tail, often kept as a pet or trained for work, for example hunting or guarding buildings. There are many types of dog, some of which are wild.
: a young dog
:a large powerful animal of the cat family, that hunts in groups and lives in parts of Africa and southern Asia. Lions have yellowish-brown fur and the male has a mane (= long thick hair round its neck).
:a large animal of the cat family, that has yellowish-brown fur with black spots. Leopards live in Africa and southern Asia.
:a large wild animal of the cat family, that has yellowish fur with black lines (= stripes) and lives in parts of Asia
:a heavy wild animal with thick fur and sharp claws (=pointed parts on the ends of its feet). There are many types of bear.
polar bear【ˈpoʊlər ber】
:a white bear that lives near the North Pole
:an Australian animal with thick grey fur, large ears and no tail. Koalas live in trees and eat leaves.
: a large black and white animal like a bear, that lives in China and is very rare
▶️英語では「白黒」ではなく、「black and white」の順番になります。
:a large Australian animal with a strong tail and back legs, that moves by jumping. The female carries its young in a pocket of skin (called a pouch) on the front of its body.
red panda【ˌred ˈpændə】
:a wild animal of the dog family, with reddish-brown fur, a pointed face and a thick heavy tail
:a small N American animal with greyish-brown fur, black marks on its face and a thick tail
: a large wild animal of the dog family, that lives and hunts in groups
wild boar 【ˌwaɪld ˈbɔːr】
: a wild pig
:an animal with pink, black or brown skin, short legs, a broad nose and a short tail which curls round itself. Pigs are kept on farms for their meat (called pork) or live in the wild.
:a large animal kept on farms to produce milk or beef
:an animal with horns and a coat of hair, that lives wild in mountain areas or is kept on farms for its milk or meat
:an animal with a thick coat, kept on farms for its meat (called mutton or lamb ) or its wool
: an animal with long legs, that eats grass, leaves, etc. and can run fast. Most male deer have antlers (= horns shaped like branches). There are many types of deer.
:a large deer with long antlers (= horns shaped like branches), that lives in cold northern regions
:an animal of the horse family, with short legs and long ears. People ride donkeys or use them to carry heavy loads.
:an African wild animal like a horse with black and white lines (=stripes) on its body
:a large animal with four legs, a mane (= long thick hair on its neck) and a tail. Horses are used for riding on, pulling carriages, etc.
:a very large animal with thick grey skin, large ears, two curved outer teeth called tusks and a long nose called a trunk. There are two types of elephant, the African and the Asian.
:a tall African animal with a very long neck, long legs, and dark marks on its coat
:an animal with a long neck and one or two humps on its back, used in desert countries for riding on or for carrying goods
:a large heavy animal with very thick skin and either one or two horns on its nose, that lives in Africa and Asia
:a large heavy African animal with thick dark skin and short legs, that lives in rivers and lakes
:an animal with a long tail, that climbs trees and lives in hot countries. There are several types of monkey and they are related to apesand humans.
:an animal that lives in trees in tropical parts of America and moves very slowly
: a large African or Asian monkey with a long face like a dog’s
: a large ape (= an animal like a large monkey with no tail) with long arms and reddish hair, that lives in Borneo and Sumatra
:a very large powerful African ape (= an animal like a large monkey without a tail) covered with black or brown hair
:a small animal that is covered in fur and has a long thin tail. Mice live in fields, in people’s houses or where food is stored.
:a small animal with a long thick tail and red, grey or black fur. Squirrels eat nuts and live in trees.
:a small animal with soft fur, long ears and a short tail. Rabbits live in holes in the ground or are kept as pets or for food.
:a small brown animal with stiff parts like needles (called spines) covering its back. Hedgehogs are nocturnal (= active mostly at night) and can roll into a ball to defend themselves when they are attacked.
:an animal covered with long stiff parts like needles (called quills), which it can raise to protect itself when it is attacked
:an animal like a large mouse, with large cheeks for storing food. Hamsters are often kept as pets.
: a small animal with dark grey fur, that is almost blind and digs tunnels under the ground to live in
:a small black and white N American animal that can produce a strong unpleasant smell to defend itself when it is attacked
:a small tropical animal with fur, that kills snakes, rats, etc
:an American animal with a hard shell made of pieces of bone