Fire and Firefighters
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smoke – the smelly gray or black air that appears when something is burning; the dark gas that comes from a fire * It was really rude when Boyce blew smoke in his father’s face.
story – a floor or level in a building * This skyscraper is more than 50 stories tall.
fire alarm – a loud sound and/or bright flashing light used to let people know that there is a fire in the building and they should leave * When the school tests its fire alarm, students leave their classroom with their teacher while the administrators see how long it takes to get everyone out of the building.
to go off – for an alarm to begin making noise * Bernice’s alarm clock goes off at 5:45 a.m. each morning so that she can get ready for work.
fire station – a large building that houses people and equipment for putting out fires * The nearest fire station is more than one hour’s drive away, so if there’s a fire here, we’ll probably have to put it out ourselves.
fire engine – fire truck; a large red or yellow truck that carries hoses, ladders, and other equipment for putting out fires * If you see a fire engine with its lights on, you should pull over and let it drive by quickly.
firefighter – a person whose job is to put out fires * Firefighters come from all over the state to fight the large forest fires each summer.
blaze – a large flame; a fire, especially a big and dangerous one * The investigators think the blaze started with an electrical problem.
fire extinguisher – a metal container that is held in one’s hands and sprays out chemicals to put out a fire * It’s a good idea to keep a fire extinguisher in the kitchen, just in case there’s a fire.