Sad, homesick (misses his country), proud, happy (excited), scared, embarrassed or shy, bored (boring?), confused, frustrated, angry, upset, surprised, happy, tired.
Place to get visas stamped.
Little hand/big hand, heavy box/light box, fast driver/slow driver, uncomfortable chair/ comfortable chair, obedient dog/disobedient dog, thick book/thin book, expensive ring/cheap ring, full glass/empty glass, beautiful view/ugly view (outlook of anything), noisy children/quiet children, easy equation/difficult equation
Verbs (present tense):
Squeeze, record, break, stretch, rest, dig, build, sew, put together, plant, pick up, take apart
Hungry/full, thirsty/drinking, hot/cooling off, cold/warming up, tired/wants to sleep, restless/resting, give/take, itch/doesn’t itch, going in/coming out, going up the stairs/going down the stairs, lifeguard/drowning/life preserver/the drowning one wants the life preserver, start/finish (We started the class at 9. We will end the class at 11.), study/taking a test/cheating/passed/failed, diving, splashed, wet, dry
Excuse me (get someone’s attention). Polite way to ask for something.
Sleeping/getting up/washing his face/shaving/brushing his teeth/brushing his hair/getting dressed/eating breakfast.
Getting undressed/sleeping/snoring/dreaming/nightmare/sleep walking/restless
A quarter until, a quarter after, morning, afternoon, late afternoon, evening, after sundown