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Study the word list: Lily Spelling Lesson 1

3rd Grade Words Lesson 1

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Sat
He sat on a stool at the bar.
felt
Helen had a smile on her face whereas she felt sad really. *
last
Lilly was distraught at being last in the race.
send
Please send me a copy of your catalogue.
next
You can have a day off next week.
Best
It might be best to delete the email.
went
A group of youths went to the beach.
hand
He caught the ball with one hand.
stand
She's standing for election to Parliament.
past
His ancestors were hunters in the distant past.
grand
He led Kay into a grand hall filled with hay. *
stamp
He was an avid collector of stamps.
belt
The pirate pulled a dagger from his belt.
lend

checked
They checked the door knob for fingerprints.
allow
Please allow me to explain.
bitter
Lemons have a bitter taste. *
common
The brontosaurus was common in North America.
faint
She will faint at the sight of blood.
firm
He owned a large accountancy firm.

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