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Study the word list: Spelling Bee Grades 1 & 2 (181-200)

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twenty
Ten is half of twenty.
went
A group of youths went to the beach.
when
When will you deign to answer me?
yellow
The Swedish flag is blue and yellow.
yesterday
The tide came up much higher yesterday.
please
Please may I have a piece of cake?
thank
Thank you for the invitation to the party.
that
That child is getting up to mischief again.
watch
We'll watch that quiz next.
water
We swam in the warm water of the lagoon.
nineteen
Nineteen is the number after eighteen. *
ninety
The old woman in the home is ninety. *
beautiful
There's a beautiful view from my balcony.
summer
Summer is the warmest season.
washes
My dad washes the dishes after a meal. *
year
I'm going back to Spain next year.
matter
Saying sorry was a matter of decency.
plastic
The fire made the plastic melt and deform. *

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