A dam is an man-made barrier constructed to control the flow of water.
Drop (Noun) / Drip (Verb)
A little bit of water is called a “drop.” When a drop falls, it is called “dripping”
Flood (Noun and verb)
An area is flooded when there is too much water.
A lake is surrounded on all sides by land.
Ocean / Sea
Oceans cover more than 70% of the earth’s surface.
A pond is smaller than a lake.
When you transfer liquid from one place to another, you “pour” it.
Puddles are the small pools of water that appear after it rains.
A reservoir is an man-made lake created to store water for human use.
Splash (Noun and verb)
When you make water fly, this action is called “splashing”
Stream / Brook / Creek
A stream, brook, or creek is smaller than a river.
A swamp is an area with water and a lot of vegetation.