Past tense of pass. Yesterday I passed by your house.
That which went by. In the past, when I was younger, I used to dance a lot.
A portion. I want a piece of pie.
Quiet, order. Everyone loves peace and quiet.
A leading or important person. Mr. Rotz is the principal of our school
A main fact. Mr. Breene listed some principles of math.
Simple. I like plain food.
To travel by airplane. I love plane rides.
To a great extent. I am quite sure that English is your favorite subject.
To become silent. Please be quiet during the movie.
A place. Please put the book there.
They are. They're not going to the party.
Shows possession. That is their house.
Past tense of throw. Mr. Guyon threw the football.
By the way of. I looked through the window.
In the direction toward. Please go to the store.
In addition. May I go, too?
A number. I ate two brownies.
An opinion or suggestion. My advice would be to review these flash cards a few times before the quiz.
To give advice to, counsel. I can only advise you to study for the quiz.
Clothing. Angelica bought new clothes at the mall.
A piece of material or fabric. The car wash attendant used several cloths to dry the car.
Of or relating to it, particularly as a possessor. The dog ran back into its kennel.
It is. It's cold outside.
A short rest. Nathalie needs to take a break before studying for this quiz.
A device for stopping or slowing motion. My car has an anti-lock brake system.
To receive or take willingly. The college will accept her application for admission.
To leave out. Everyone is going to the movies except Trentyn and Spencer.
A dry land. There is very little rainfall in the desert.
Sweet food. Austin will have apple pie for dessert.
To select. Would you choose an XBox 360 or a PlayStation?
Past tense of choose. I chose the XBox 360.
To listen. Mr. Bochner loves to hear Christmas music.
In or at this place. Turn right here.