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2 List 2015 A, 1-25 Click once to hear the word and read information about the word. Spell the word to yourself Click again to check your spelling

3 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word is originally English. noun A covering for the head that often has a brim and a rounded or flat top Julie wore a fur ____ during cold weather. hat 1

4 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word was originally English. adjective not warm or hot. Gretchen enjoyed a ____ lemonade on the warm day. cool 2

5 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word was originally English. noun White, liquid food from a cow or goat. Samantha mixed chocolate with her ____ for a sweet drink. milk 3

6 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word is from Egyptian to Greek to Latin to French to English noun Any of numerous colloidal polysaccharide substances of plant origin that are gelatinous when moist but harden on drying and are salts of complex organic acids. Leo enjoyed chewing ____ to help him relax. gum 4

7 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word is from Latin to French to English. verb To heat (a liquid or a container with liquid in it) so that bubbles are formed and rise to the top. Althea needed to ____ water to cook oatmeal. boil 5

8 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This origin of this word is unknown. noun A show of anger about something unimportant. A spider on the wall caused quite a ____ in the classroom. fuss 6

9 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word was originally English. noun Bad weather often with wind, rain, snow, or lightning. The thunder ____ gave the children quite a scare. storm 7

10 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This is from Latin to French to English. verb To expose to danger. Beth refused to _____ by going skydiving. risk 8

11 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word is originally from English verb To fall suddenly or heavily. Tiffany couldn’t wait of ____ down on the couch after a hard day at school. flop 9

12 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word is from English. adverb To a great degree. Kelly is ____ happier now that her cell phone is fixed. much 10

13 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word is from English baby talk. noun The belly or stomach. The cat enjoyed having its ____ rubbed. tummy 11

14 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word is from English. noun A thin slice of potato that has been fried until it is crisp. Donna gave the last ____ in the bag to her sister. chip 12

15 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word is from Dutch to English. noun A curved piece of metal that is used for catching, holding, or pulling. Lynn hung her jacket on the ____ in her locker. hook 13

16 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word is from French. verb To move in a series of short, sharp turns. In gym class, Marla had to ____ through a line of cones as fast as she could. zigzag 14

17 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word is originally English. adjective Measuring a distance from side to side. The clubhouse door was only two feet ____. wide 15

18 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word is from Anglo-French to English. noun The evening meal. Juan couldn’t wait to see what Grandpa was making for ____. supper 16

19 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word is from Norse to English. verb To stun with shock or with a hit. Paulina bumped her head hard enough to ____ her for several minutes. daze 17 This word has a homonym.

20 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word is from Latin to Anglo-French to English. noun A valuable red gemstone. Karen was given a beautiful ring with a ____ in it for her birthday. ruby 18

21 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word consists of two originally English elements. noun Someone who assists another person with a job. It was Roberto’s turn to be the classroom ____ who collects papers for the teacher. helper 19

22 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word is of unknown origin. adjective Being pale red in color. Alana wore her favorite ____ dress to school. pink 20

23 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word is from Old English. adverb In whatever manner. Kirsten was allowed to decorate her room ____ she wanted. anyway 21

24 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word is from English noun A baby pig. Farmer Brown won a ____ at the county fair for guessing its weight. piglet 22

25 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word is from Greek to Latin to French to English. verb A headpiece worn by some rulers as a sign of power. The king wore a golden ____ covered with jewels. crown 23

26 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word is from Old English. noun A round fruit grown on trees. Belem had a sandwich, an ____, and some yogurt for lunch. apple 24

27 Click here to hear the word again. Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling. This word is a compound word. The first part is from Latin to Greek to English. The second part is from Old Norse to English noun A flat bread made from a thin batter and cooked on a griddle. For breakfast, Jack had an egg and one ____ with maple syrup. pancake 25

28 Open file Spell2015_A_26_50 to practice the next 25 words on the list.


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