Spelling list: High-frequency words: Phase Five, decodable words.

High-frequency words: Phase Five, decodable words. High frequency words used in the final unit of the starter course.

translate:
don't Don't eat it all, leave me a piece.
old The ceiling is very low in this old house.
I'm I'm going back to Spain next year.
by We were deceived by his smooth talk.
time In my leisure time I enjoy swimming.
house The ceiling is very low in this old house.
about Don't push me about.
your I to the end will be your friend.
day It was a misty day so the town was in gloom.
made The earthquake made the ground shake.
came The tide came up much higher yesterday.
make Make sure the root has plenty of water.
here Wait here until I get back.
saw I saw a strange sight last night.
very I heard a very weird noise in the night.
put You should put a coat on before you go out.

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