Catkin The Kitten by Roderick Hunt and illustrated by Alex Brychta






kit‧ten /ˈkɪtn/ ●●● S3 noun [countable]
Origin kitten (1300-1400) From an unrecorded Old North French caton, from cat cat, from Late Latin cattus

   • I turned to look and saw a kitten.
   • Bought a kitten and he meows constantly.


bin /bɪn/ ●●● S2 noun [countable]
British English a container for putting waste in → trash canwaste paper basket

• Throw it in the bin.• Please put all your rubbish in the litter bin.


bell /bel/ ●●● S2 W3 noun [countable]
a piece of electrical equipment that makes a ringing sound, used as a signal or to get someone’s attention ring/press the bell

• 
He rang the bell and waited for someone to answer the door.
• She pressed the bell for the nurse.


- Catkin.

- Wilma had a kitten.

Catkin ran off.

Wilma had lost Catkin.

She was not on the bed.

She was not in the bin.

She was not in the bag.

- But she was in the basket.

Wilma put a bell on Catkin.


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