English for You – Part 6

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English for You – Part 6

Lesson 33: New Words

Lesson 33: New Words

bat – v. to hit (something, such as a ball) with a bat or club
batter – n. baseball. a player who is trying to hit the ball
catcher – n. baseball. the player who plays behind home plate and catches the pitches thrown by the pitcher
catch – v. to use your hands to stop and hold (an object that is moving through the air)
field – v. baseball or cricket. to catch or stop and throw a ball
fielder – n. baseball or cricket. a player who is in the field while the opposing team is batting
glove – n. baseball. a padded leather covering for the hand that is used to catch the ball and that has individual thumb and finger sections
harder – adj. (try harder) working or doing something with more energy
inning – n.baseball. one of the usually nine parts of a game in which each team bats until three outs are made
mound – n. the slightly raised area of ground on which a baseball pitcher stands
out* – advbaseball. no longer batting or on a base because of a play made by the other team
pitch – v. baseball. to throw a baseball to a batter
pitcher – n. baseball. the player who throws the ball to the batter in baseball
player – n. a person who plays a sport or game
runner – n. baseball. a player who is on base or is trying to reach a base

* This word is not in the conversation but may be used for further explanation of the game of baseball