|She's sitting on the ground|
Ground, land, earth or floor?
The ground is the surface that you walk on when you are outdoors: “There were a few flakes of snow on the ground.”
Land is an area of ground that is owned or controlled by someone: “They were on his land.”
It is also the part of the earth’s surface that is not covered in water: “Animals that live on the land.”
Earth or soil is the part of the soft substance that covers the ground and the plants grow in: “Fertile soil”.
The Earth or earth is also the planet that we live on.
The floor is the surface that you walk on when you are indoors: “There’s mud on the floor!”
Put in ‘soil’, ‘earth’, ‘ground’, ‘land’ or floor:
a) My farm’s ___________ stretches 5 kilometers to the south.
b) I’m thinking about buying a piece of __________ in this area.
c) The _________ here is wet and soft. Be careful not to fall in the mud.
d) It was autumn. There were leaves falling to the _____________.
e) This flower beds need more _________.
f) This is such beautiful __________!
g) He laid on the ___________ and stared up at the clouds in the sky.
h) I’m thinking about changing the kitchen __________.
i) There were no seats available in the living room so we sat on the _________.
j) She went under a tree and sat on the __________ to read her book.