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Study the word list: Spelling Bee Grade 1 & 2 (21 - 40)

Grade 1 - Grade 2

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bring
You can bring it along with you. *
build
They wanted to build a house.
chicken
They had chicken for lunch.
chimney
The smoke goes up the chimney. *
addend
The term 'addend' can be defined as any number that is added to another number. *
animals
The eagle preys on small animals.
best
A conceited man thinks he's the best.
jumped
She jumped up and down. *
lucky
Could is an oh you lucky duck word. *
lunch
Have a biscuit with your lunch.
must
To win the cake you must guess its weight.
pull
The sign on the door said pull.
coming
My young cousin is coming to stay.
corner
In the corner stood a cuckoo clock.
correct
Do you have the correct apparatus for this experiment?
dozen
A dozen eggs will be enough.
knock
Knock hard to wake me up.
done
What have I done with my car keys?
dropped
Whilst eating a meal, he dropped a noodle.

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