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Lvl1 Ch1 R1-5 Reading for Speed and Fluency
Terms in this set (50)
(v.) to own; This pen doesn't _______ me. Is it yours?
(v.) to have together; a set; with Lunch will ___ a drink.
(n.) something that grows out of your head
(v.) to appear The sun will ___ from behind the clouds.
(v.) to put down; to deposit eggs Chickens ___ eggs.
(v.) to look after the needs of someone My grandmother is very old so my family ___ her.
(n.) smaller pieces that make up the whole
(n.) land; soil You sleep on the ___ when you go camping.
(v.) to make safe Wearing a helmet will ___ cyclists.
(adj.) entire; all She was hungry so she ate the ___ cake.
(n.) the ability to listen to sound
(v.) to use up or pay out money
a lot of
(adj.) many; a large number
on one's own
together with a number of people or things
(adv.) under normal conditions; commonly
(v.) to take care of
(v.) to start a fight with
(adj.) equal in value to something specified A Van Gogh painting is ___ millions of dollars.
(adj.) holding one's attention
(v.) to take air into your mouth and let it out
(v.) to run after someone or something Dogs like to ___ cats.
(v.) to handle or manage a difficult situation It's difficult, but I must ___ this problem.
(n.) a covering of some material laid or spread over a surface The cake has a ___ of cream and a ___ of fruit.
(n.) part of the outer covering of a bird
(v.) to make Bees ___ honey.
(v.) to press in a circular or up and down repeated movement
(v.) to enter, pierce, penetrate This coat is great. The wind can't __ and make me cold.
(v.) to have or use something at the same time as someone else
(n.) the long bone in the middle of the back
(adj.) not usual, not common, or not ordinary
(n.) a long, snakelike fish
(n.) a type of cold-blooded animal that lives partly on land, partly in the water; e.g. a frog
(adv.) in the end; after a period of time I studied hard, tried many times and ___ passed my driving test.
(n.) an animal which is cold-blooded; e.g. lizards
(v.) to stop being seen or to stop existing
(v.) to improve Sony is trying to ___ new televisions.
in place of I ate rice ___ bread this morning.
(v.) to accompany someone, attend as a part of a group You're going to the movies! Can I ___ too?
(v.) to have something catch one's attention
(v.) to practice toward a goal
(n.) a clever or skilful action that someone does in order to entertain people.
(v.) to have a particular meaning
(v.) to have some effect on; to change Parents try to ___ their children.
(adv.) despite factors to the contrary My teacher said I couldn't do it, but I passed the test ___.
(adv.) in truth; really I usually don't like movies, but I ___ liked Batman.
(n.) a man or boy; opp. female
(v.) to act to the pleasure or satisfaction of It will ___ me, if I win the prize.
(n.) the same