Let's watch a video, work on some new words that will be vital for you to understand the story!

 

 

Stake:

[countable] a pointed piece of wood, metal etc, especially one that is pushed into the ground to support something or mark a particular place:

tent stakes

 Drive two stakes into the ground about three feet apart.

 

cof‧fin [countable]

a long box in which a dead person is buried or burnt [= casket American English]

 

stab

past tense and past participle stabbed, present participle stabbing

1 [transitive] to push a knife into someone or something [↪ stabbing]:

He was stabbed to death in a fight.

stab somebody in the heart/arm etc

She had been stabbed in the chest repeatedly.

cloak

1 [countable] a warm piece of clothing like a coat without sleeves that hangs loosely from your shoulders

gar‧lic [uncountable]

a plant like a small onion, used in cooking to give a strong taste:

Add a crushed clove of garlic (=single section of it).

Fecha: 26/6/2017 | Creado por: Maria Gabriela
Categoria: Readers