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Study the word list: Lily Spelling Lesson 3

Epiphany School Grade 3

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easy
It was easy to confuse the two twins with each other.
grade
He wanted to achieve good grades in school.
meet
Can you meet me at the bus stop?
late
Please explain why you are late.
seat
The seat was just a wooden board.
saved
A template is a first document saved in a particular style, that can be used as a basis for other documents. *
pail

these
Some of these words are hard to spell.
reach
The higher shelf is out of my reach.
name
I'm sorry, I don't know your name.
raise
He asked his employer for a raise.
leave
Go away and leave me alone!
gain
Conquest is the gaining of control of land by winning a battle. *
theme
Disneyland is a huge theme park.
scream
Linda screamed with delight when she opened the present.
aim
Her aim in life was to become a great author.
aware
Are you aware of the danger here?
defeat
Defeat would mean that the team was relegated.
drift
We were pulled out of the snow drift by a tractor.
mild
It wasn't too hot or too cold; it was a mild afternoon. *

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