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Study the word list: 5th grade words: p

Graded spelling list for 5th Grade students. Words starting with p.

Word list: 5th grade words: p

paragraph Several sentences make a paragraph.
pattern A lattice is a criss-cross pattern.
pause Hit the pause button to stop the video clip.
payment I received a payment when I sold my car.
perhaps Perhaps I should go to bed as it is getting late.
period A drought is a long period of time with no rain.
permit Will you permit us to leave now?
phone Did you hear the phone ring?
phrase A phrase is a small group of words.
pleasant The temperature was not too hot, just pleasant.
pleasure It gives me great pleasure to be here today.
plural Plural means two or more of something - the plural of hope is hopes.
poison The witch put poison in the apple!
position He has an advisory position in a large company.
possible It is possible to be brilliant at spelling.
practice American English spelling Ballet dancers do hours of practice each day.
prepared Being well prepared can be very advantageous.
president The President returned the salute.
probably I will probably get 10 out of 10.
problem The children tried to solve the problem.

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