こちらは、「Sea Animals」のAnswer Keyです。英語のまま捉えられるように、なるべく日本語訳を抜いています。
- Answer Key
- guppy 【ˈɡʌpi】
- goldfish 【ˈɡoʊldfɪʃ】
- eel 【iːl】
- salmon 【ˈsæmən】
- tuna 【ˈtuːnə】
- piranha 【pɪˈrɑːnə】
- shrimp 【ʃrɪmp】
- crab 【kræb】
- hermit crab 【ˈhɜːrmɪt kræb】
- starfish 【ˈstɑːrfɪʃ】
- jellyfish 【ˈdʒelifɪʃ】
- sea urchin 【ˈsiː ɜːrtʃɪn】
- squid 【skwɪd】
- octopus 【ˈɑːktəpʊs】
- lobster 【ˈlɑːbstər】
- sea anemone【ˈsiː əneməni】
- scallop 【ˈskæləp】
- oyster 【ˈɔɪstər】
- clam 【klæm】
- seashell 【ˈsiːʃel】
- dolphin 【ˈdɑːlfɪn】
- killer whale【ˈkɪlər weɪl】
- shark 【ʃɑːrk】
- sea otter 【siː ˈɑːtər】
- sea lion【ˈsiː laɪən】
- seal 【siːl】
- walrus 【ˈwɔːlrəs】
- whale 【weɪl】
:a small freshwater fish, commonly kept in aquariums
:a small orange or red fish. Goldfish are kept as pets in bowls or ponds.
:a long thin sea or freshwater fish that looks like a snake. There are several types of eel, some of which are used for food.
:a large fish with silver skin and pink flesh that is used for food. Salmon live in the sea but swim up rivers to lay their eggs.
:a large sea fish that is used for food
:a small S American freshwater fish that attacks and eats live animals
:a small shellfish that can be eaten, like a prawn but smaller. Shrimps turn pink when cooked.
: a sea creature with a hard shell, eight legs and two pincers (= curved and pointed arms for catching and holding things). Crabs move sideways on land.
hermit crab 【ˈhɜːrmɪt kræb】
:a crab (= a sea creature with eight legs and, usually, a hard shell) that has no shell of its own and has to use the empty shells of other sea creatures
: a flat sea creature in the shape of a star with five arms
:a sea creature with a body like jelly and long thin parts called tentacles that can give a sharp sting
sea urchin 【ˈsiː ɜːrtʃɪn】
:a small sea creature with a round shell which is covered with spikes
:a sea creature that has a long soft body, eight arms and two tentacles (= long thin parts like arms) around its mouth, and that is sometimes used for food
:a sea creature with a soft round body and eight long arms, that is sometimes used for food
: a sea creature with a hard shell, a long body divided into sections, eight legs and two large claws (= curved and pointed arms for catching and holding things). Its shell is black but turns bright red when it is boiled.
:a small sea fish that swims in a vertical position and has a head that looks like the head of a horse
sea anemone【ˈsiː əneməni】
:a simple, brightly coloured sea creature that sticks onto rocks and looks like a flower
:a shellfish that can be eaten, with two flat round shells that fit together
:a large flat shellfish. Some types of oyster can be eaten and others produce shiny white jewels called pearls.
:a shellfish that can be eaten. It has a shell in two parts that can open and close.
:the shell of a small creature that lives in the sea, often found empty when the creature has died
: a sea animal (a mammal ) that looks like a large fish with a pointed mouth. Dolphins are very intelligent and often friendly towards humans.
killer whale【ˈkɪlər weɪl】
:a black and white whale that eats meat
sea otter 【siː ˈɑːtər】
:a small animal that has four webbed feet (= with skin between the toes), a tail and thick brown fur. Otters live in rivers and eat fish.
sea lion【ˈsiː laɪən】
: a large seal (= a sea animal with thick fur, that eats fish and lives around the coast) that lives by the Pacific Ocean
: a sea animal that eats fish and lives around coasts. There are many types of seal, some of which are hunted for their fur.
:an animal like a large seal (= a sea animal with thick fur, that eats fish and lives around coasts), that has two long outer teeth called tusks and lives in Arctic regions