Learn the Natural World and Nature Vocabulary in English through Pictures and Examples.
Nature, in the broadest sense, is the natural, physical, or material world or universe. “Nature” can refer to the phenomena of the physical world, and also to life in general. The study of nature is a large part of science. Although humans are part of nature, human activity is often understood as a separate category from other natural phenomena.
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- 1 Nature Vocabulary in English
- 1.1 Canal
- 1.2 Bridge
- 1.3 Dam
- 1.4 Lighthouse
- 1.5 Island
- 1.6 Bay
- 1.7 Riverbank
- 1.8 Beach
- 1.9 Sea
- 1.10 Ocean
- 1.11 Coast
- 1.12 Ground
- 1.13 Dune
- 1.14 Desert
- 1.15 Cliff
- 1.16 Park
- 1.17 Meadow
- 1.18 Jungle
- 1.19 Forest
- 1.20 Glacier
- 1.21 Land
- 1.22 Hill
- 1.23 Field
- 1.24 Grass
- 1.25 Soil
- 1.26 Sea shell
- 1.27 Mushroom
- 1.28 Pebble
- 1.29 Rock
- 1.30 Stone
- 1.31 Smoke
- 1.32 Pond
- 1.33 River
- 1.34 Wave
- 1.35 Sky
- 1.36 Water
- 1.37 Tree
- 1.38 Plant
- 1.39 Moss
- 1.40 Flower
- 1.41 Bush
- 1.42 Sand
- 1.43 Mud
- 1.44 Stars
- 1.45 Planet
- 1.46 Mine
- 1.47 Path
- 1.48 Road
- 1.49 Tunnel
- 1.50 Volcano
- 1.51 Cave
- 2 Nature Vocabulary in English | Pictures
Nature Vocabulary in English
We walked along by the side of the canal.
The new bridge has been finished two years ahead of schedule.
A new dam is now being built.
The light flashed out from the little lighthouse.
The island was originally circular in shape.
The bay was full of yachts with billowing sails.
He had been walking on the riverbank observing a high tide.
The house is clearly visible from the beach.
Being on sea, sail; being on land, settle.
We have a clear view of the ocean from our hotel window.
He lived on the east coast of the United States.
The sun dries the moisture on the ground.
The sand massed to form a dune.
The desert is so arid that nothing can grow there.
It was pretty hairy climbing down the cliff.
The students often picnic at the park.
This meadow epitomizes the beauty of the whole area.
The mountain area is covered entirely in dense jungle.
They went on a ten-mile hike through the forest.
The glacier calved a large iceberg.
He hedged a piece of land in.
It’s earier to run down the hill than go up.
The field has been seeded with corn.
Not let the grass grow under one’s feet.
Heavy rain and excessive use have impoverished the soil.
The sea shells had a beautiful pearly lustre.
We ate mushroom until we came to the Mekong.
You aren’t the only pebble on the beach.
The ice is as hard as rock.
A rolling stone gathers no moss.
There is no fire without smoke.
The frog plopped into the pond.
The river flows cranking into the village.
He raised his hand to wave.
The sky began to show red in the early morning.
Don’t throw out the baby with the bath water.
Don’t climb a tree to look for fish.
This plant hasn’t had any shoots yet.
A rolling stone gathers no moss.
No road of flowers lead to glory.
There is a bush near the school playground.
The children played happily in the sand.
There was a lot of mud on the ground.
Ideals are like the stars — we never reach them, but like mariners, we chart our course by them.
He looked like something from another planet!
Though mine safety has much improved, miners’ families still fear the worst.
Sometimes the right path is not the easiest one.
A road of a thousand miles begins with one step.
The tunnel goes right underneath the city.
The volcano could erupt at any time.
This cave has a good echo.