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Reading spelling words 1
Black
Brain
Rash
Main
I like the color black
Use your brain
I have a rash
That is my main color in my room
Black
I like the color black
Brain
Use your brain
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Reading Vocabulary-Spelling Words
Excerpt
Exhilarate
Exonerate
Exorbitant
A passage selected from a book, play, piece of music, etc...
to cheer, to stimulate, to enliven
to free from blame
excessive, exceeding the normal or reasonable amount of somet…
Excerpt
A passage selected from a book, play, piece of music, etc...
Exhilarate
to cheer, to stimulate, to enliven
21 terms
Reading and Spelling Review 1
What is a base word?
A vowel in an open accented syllable i…
An apostrophe ' s ('s) shows _________…
What is a contraction?
simplest form of an English word
long
possession or ownership
a shortened form of two words
What is a base word?
simplest form of an English word
A vowel in an open accented syllable i…
long
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Staar Reading Vocabulary and Spelling
Antagonist
Summarize
Main Idea
Explicit
a character or force in conflict with a main charater
a smaller, more concise text that includes the main points fr…
the overall idea of a story, article, speech, etc.
so clear in statement (easy to find) that there is no doubt…
Antagonist
a character or force in conflict with a main charater
Summarize
a smaller, more concise text that includes the main points fr…
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Reading vocabulary/spelling
Gallantly
Unfathomable
Quivering
Incredulous
Acting bravely or nobly
Unable to comprehend or understand
Shaking;trembling
Skeptical or non believing
Gallantly
Acting bravely or nobly
Unfathomable
Unable to comprehend or understand
23 terms
Reading WCTC Phonics and Spelling
high frequency words
inventive spelling
environmental print
phonics
Most commonly used words in print.
Type of spelling used in beginning stages of spelling.
Words frequently seen by children in their homes or neighborh…
The knowledge of letter sound relationships and how they are…
high frequency words
Most commonly used words in print.
inventive spelling
Type of spelling used in beginning stages of spelling.
54 terms
Spelling vocabulary for esl reading
Compulsive
Spender
Successful
Marketer
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Compulsive
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Spender
-
11 terms
List 1 - read, spell, read
and
be
you
help
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and
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be
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ALL Vocabulary and Spelling Reading
Surfeit
Criticize
Amiable
Walloped
An excessive amount of something.
Find fault with.
To be good natured and friendly.
Kick or hit.
Surfeit
An excessive amount of something.
Criticize
Find fault with.
10 terms
Reading vocabulary and spelling
Smorgasboard
Buoyancy
Sanskrit
Phoenix
A buffet offering a varety of foods and dishes
The tendency to float on the surface of a liquid or fluid
An ancient language that is the classical language of India a…
A legendary bird that is consumed by fire by its own act and…
Smorgasboard
A buffet offering a varety of foods and dishes
Buoyancy
The tendency to float on the surface of a liquid or fluid
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Reading vocabulary and spelling
Cagey
Crouched
Despised
Endured
Marked by cleverness
To lower by the waist and bend low
To regard with with contempt
To regard with tolerance
Cagey
Marked by cleverness
Crouched
To lower by the waist and bend low
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Reading Vocabulary Spelling 092115
character
plot
problem
solution
person, animal or creature who takes part in the story's action
the series of events in a story
what is it that one or more characters wants to do or wants t…
how is the problem solved
character
person, animal or creature who takes part in the story's action
plot
the series of events in a story
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reading vocabulary/spelling
groom
crias
yearling
pungent
take care of a coat of an animal by brushing and cleaning
a baby animal, like a llama
a year old animal
sharply strong taste or smell
groom
take care of a coat of an animal by brushing and cleaning
crias
a baby animal, like a llama
19 terms
Reading spelling
Faculty:
Status
Comical
Minimum
Faculty
Status
Comical
Minimum
Faculty:
Faculty
Status
Status
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Reading and Spelling
standard
scientific
creative
separate
standard
scientific
creative
separate
standard
standard
scientific
scientific
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READING-HATCHET Vocabulary/Spelling
Cessna
Divorce
Rudder
Jolt
small airplane
The legal dissolution of a marriage
control used to turn a plane
A sudden jerk or bump
Cessna
small airplane
Divorce
The legal dissolution of a marriage
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reading and la spelling #1
dialogue
characterization
social issue
theme
Conversation between two or more people
A method an author uses to let readers know more about the ch…
issues related to culture, work, lifestyle
A topic of discussion or writing; a major idea broad enough t…
dialogue
Conversation between two or more people
characterization
A method an author uses to let readers know more about the ch…
30 terms
Reading / spelling
ca
cia
che
ce
*
*
*
*
ca
*
cia
*
10 terms
Title 1 Reading Spelling
Conscientious
Conscious
Consensus
Consistent
...
...
...
...
Conscientious
...
Conscious
...
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Reading spelling list 1
Imperfect
Reconstruct
Unafraid
Predict
Imperfect
Reconstruct
Unafraid
Predict
Imperfect
Imperfect
Reconstruct
Reconstruct
reading spelling
bicycle
institution
collar
agriculture
a vehicle composed of two wheels held in a frame one behind t…
a society or organization founded for a religious, educationa…
on a shirt
the science or practice of farming, including cultivation of…
bicycle
a vehicle composed of two wheels held in a frame one behind t…
institution
a society or organization founded for a religious, educationa…
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Reading/Spelling vocabulary
caterpillar
pack ice
tussocks
skein
a large tractor
pieces of ice that form a large mass
clumps or clusters
a flock of birds in flight
caterpillar
a large tractor
pack ice
pieces of ice that form a large mass
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Lesson 1 Spelling/Reading
Absurd
Appall
chivalrous
distinction
senseless, foolish
to fill with dismay or fear
acting with grace or honor towards those who appear weak
the setting off of something as different
Absurd
senseless, foolish
Appall
to fill with dismay or fear
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READING 48 Spelling Words 1
Fertile
Principle
Dependent
Surplus
Producing or able to produce much fruit, large crops, or many…
Most important; main; leading.
Relying on others for aid or support.
Extra; more than what is used or needed .
Fertile
Producing or able to produce much fruit, large crops, or many…
Principle
Most important; main; leading.
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Reading Questions (Spelling/Vocabulary)
passage
purpose
establish
illustration
a section of text
clearly identify meaning... Entertain, Inform, Persuade, Show Fe…
make known
A picture or drawing to add to the selection
passage
a section of text
purpose
clearly identify meaning... Entertain, Inform, Persuade, Show Fe…
28 terms
Reading Vocabulary/ Spelling Week 17
tumble
vehicle
capable
motorcycle
To fall or roll end over end.
A device for moving people or things.
Having the skills or ability needed to be successful in a task.
A two-wheeled vehicle that resembles a bicycle.
tumble
To fall or roll end over end.
vehicle
A device for moving people or things.
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SpellRead-'speed reading'
choos
bane
nees
keef
choos
bane
nees
keef
choos
choos
bane
bane
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Reading Sight Words Spelling List 1
none
about
above
answer
none
about
above
answer
none
none
about
about
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Week 16- Reading Vocabulary/ Spelling
nation
national
station
instruction
(NOUN) A large group of people under a single government; a c…
(ADJECTIVE) Belonging to a country or nation.
(NOUN) A place where a person or thing stands or is assigned…
(NOUN) To teach-- to tell others about something so they can…
nation
(NOUN) A large group of people under a single government; a c…
national
(ADJECTIVE) Belonging to a country or nation.
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Spelling/Reading Packet #1
dialogue
camaraderie
resources
limelight
dialogue
camaraderie
resources
limelight
dialogue
dialogue
camaraderie
camaraderie
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Reading Vocabulary/ Spelling Week 14
proper
cause
automatic
automobile
The expected or typical way of doing something-- appropriate.
The reason why something happened.
Acting or operating by itself without outside control.
A motor powered passenger vehicle, usually with 4 wheels.
proper
The expected or typical way of doing something-- appropriate.
cause
The reason why something happened.
20 terms
spelling and reading
Underground
interchange
intramural
submarine
Subterráneo
intercambio
recreo
submarino
Underground
Subterráneo
interchange
intercambio
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Spelling/reading
Marquee
Absurdity
Hoax
Nonconformity
A banner in the air
State of being foolishness or ridiculous
Prank or joke
Failure to be original
Marquee
A banner in the air
Absurdity
State of being foolishness or ridiculous
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Reading spelling
Adulterated
Construe
Convulse
Disperse
To corrupt
To explain or interpret
To shake
To cause to separate
Adulterated
To corrupt
Construe
To explain or interpret
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reading spelling
charming
desperate
fled
humor
delightful; pleasing
willing to do nearly anything to fix a problem
escape; ran away
the funny side of something
charming
delightful; pleasing
desperate
willing to do nearly anything to fix a problem
25 terms
I-STEP Reading - Spelling & Vocabulary
fact
opinion
compare
contrast
can be proved true or false
cannot be proved true or false; it is a belief or a judgment
to tell how two or more things are alike
to tell how two or more things are different
fact
can be proved true or false
opinion
cannot be proved true or false; it is a belief or a judgment
10 terms
Reading Spelling List 6
ahead
alike
although
bought
ahead
alike
although
bought
ahead
ahead
alike
alike
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Reading and Spelling
ананас
бананы
виноград
гусь
pineapple
banana
grape
goose
ананас
pineapple
бананы
banana
14 terms
Reading and spelling
Treachery
Ferocious
Tunic
Mystic
Mixture of things that usually don't belong together
Very cruel; fierce, savage
A garment like a shirt or gown belt at the waist
One who believes himself to have spiritual powers; believer i…
Treachery
Mixture of things that usually don't belong together
Ferocious
Very cruel; fierce, savage
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spelling / reading
wigwam
extinct
league
nomads
round, bark covered shelter
no longer around
five tribe units
wanderers
wigwam
round, bark covered shelter
extinct
no longer around
12 terms
Spelling reading
Fabulous
Browsing
Inspecting
Project
:very good.
to look at many things in a store, in a newspaper, etc., to s…
to look at something carefully in order to learn more about i…
a planned piece of work that has a specific purpose (such as…
Fabulous
:very good.
Browsing
to look at many things in a store, in a newspaper, etc., to s…
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Reading W2M Vocabulary and Spelling
Colossal
Haunting
Tantrum
Cavorted
of very great size
visit in a ghostly way
fussing loudly
to leap or dance about
Colossal
of very great size
Haunting
visit in a ghostly way
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Read and Spell
all
am
are
at
I ate all my lunch.
I am a good student.
My friends are here.
I looked at the dog.
all
I ate all my lunch.
am
I am a good student.
14 terms
Reading Spelling words-Week 1
Often
listen
almost
island
...
...
...
...
Often
...
listen
...
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reading/spelling
suppiles
companies
sandwiches
daisies
...
...
...
...
suppiles
...
companies
...
10 terms
Reading/spelling
Assiduously
Virtuous
Compulsory
Rehabilitate
Steadily and busily
Showing high morals, works hard
Mandatory, have to do it ;required
To restore to goodness
Assiduously
Steadily and busily
Virtuous
Showing high morals, works hard
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Reading Street Supermarket SPELLING
laundry
spoiled
traded
section
freshly cleaned clothes
become not good to eat
to exchange
a part of something
laundry
freshly cleaned clothes
spoiled
become not good to eat
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Spelling/Vocabulary #3 / Minnix / English and Reading
protagonist
antagonist
irony
tone
a leading character in fiction; usually the character with th…
someone who opposes; an adversary
an expression that normally signifies the opposite in meaning
the author's attitude toward the subject(writing); it can be…
protagonist
a leading character in fiction; usually the character with th…
antagonist
someone who opposes; an adversary
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Read & Spell
can
up
it
at
see
the
had
is
can
see
up
the
10 terms
Reading Questions/Spelling - Vocabulary #2
diary
journal
reference
organized
A personal, daily account of an individual's experiences and…
A day to day record (diary) of activities.
something that gives information; to go to for facts (to refer)
To arrange or place in an order according to a system
diary
A personal, daily account of an individual's experiences and…
journal
A day to day record (diary) of activities.
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