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Study the word list: First Grade Unit 4 Week3

wonders unit 4 week 3 long o words

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no
There are no rooms free at the hotel.
go
Crossword clues go across and down.
grow
Reeds grow by the river.
both
The sea and sky were both deep blue.
cold
David has a bad cold and a cough.
bold
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coat
Hang your coat on the hook.
load
An old cart horse was used to haul the load.
goes
Jack goes to the pub every Saturday.
snow
The only snow is at the top of the mountain.
most
Most chairs and tables are made of wood.
toad
There is a toad in the pond. *
flown
They have flown to Colombia. *
told
I told you to be quiet.
boat
Don't sail a small boat in heavy seas.
flow
The crowd will flow through the gates.
unload
The ship will unload at the wharf.
going
I'm going back to Spain next year.
regrow

hippo
Hippo is short for hippopotamus.

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