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Study the word list: Lily Spelling Lesson 4

3rd Grade Epiphany School

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tight
My new boots are too tight.
while
Please wait while I make a call.
show
We had to queue to get into the show.
Stone
His sculpture was carved from a block of stone.
bright
He tried not to look into the bright light.
whole
I slept for a whole day.
window
There was a display of books in the window.
time
There's no time to waste.
follow
Don't follow me, I'm lost.
close
Please close the garden gate.
flight
I went on a transatlantic flight to America. *
tide
We fished in the rock pools at low tide.
grow
Reeds grow by the river.
broke
He broke his nose in a fight.
below
He lives in the apartment below me.
pause
Hit the pause button to stop the tape.
refuse
I hope you won't refuse my request.
route
Which is the best route to the coast?
ruin
Greece has many ancient ruins.
solid
To dissolve is to mix a solid with a liquid so it becomes a liquid too. *

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