New Trainers by Roderick Hunt and illustrated by Alex Brychta

train‧er /ˈtreɪnə $ -ər/ ●●○ noun [countable]
British English a type of strong shoe that you wear for sport SYN tennis shoe

   • She kicked her trainers under the seat.
   • a pair of trainers.

pair /peə $ per/ ●●● S2 W2 noun (plural pairs or pair) [countable]
BELONGING TOGETHER two things of the same type that are used togetherpair of

• a new pair of sandals.• We have five pairs of free tickets to give away.

wear /weə $ wer/ ●●● S1 W1 verb (past tense wore /wɔː $ wɔːr/past participle worn /wɔːn $ wɔːrn/)
ON YOUR BODY [transitive] to have something such as clothesshoes, or jewellery on your body

Susanna was wearing a black silk dress.
• He wore glasses for reading.

- Chip wanted new trainers.

- He liked this pair.

Chip wore the new trainers.

Chip went to play.

The trainers got muddy.

The trainers got wet.

Dad was cross.

Chip washed the trainers.

Oh, no!

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