Selkirk 7th Grade Spelling #6 18/19
Use this quizlet to study the spelling words for vocabulary test #6.
Terms in this set (34)
At the end __________ the month, I will send you a bill
We were happy to learn that we __________ change our address simply by mailing in a form.
I __________ be happy to help you with your work if you just ask nicely.
You ____________ always clean up after yourself so that others don't have to do it for you.
I couldn't decide ____________ shirt looked the best, so I bought them both.
Cinderella looked _______________ in her sparkling dress and slippers.
I was _____________ all morning completing the many tasks I needed to do in order to make the rest of my day run smoothly.
At the end ______ the day, we packed up to go home.
I ______ see that the man needed help, so I called 911.
I ______ like to go to Thailand for Christmas, but the plane ticket is too expensive.
You _____________ eat your vegetables before you dig into dessert.
I wonder _______ of the football teams will win the Super Bowl.
She wore a _______ shawl with lace, embroidery, and beading.
I was kept quite _________ over the weekend getting ready for my upcoming party.
We drove down the _________.
I _________ eat dessert after dinner.
I put an extra leg on the stool to help _________ all the weight.
We had a lovely _________ through our window.
I used a match to light the _________.
My mom _________ she loves me.
A rock is very _________ if you hit it.
In the _________, I like to drink coffee.
I sat down at a _________ to eat my meal.
I _________ my bag behind on the bus.
The strange _________ caused the misunderstanding.
I will _________ to finish on time.
I went _________ to get some fresh air.
I memorized my _________ for the play.
The _________ of the sand paper was quite rough.
I will _________ the question as soon as I get a chance.
I bought a very _________ house that was all smooth surfaces and sharp lines.
I climbed to the _________ of the tower.
We had a period of _________ after the long war.
My _________ opinion didn't matter in the professional setting.