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for WT and BC T October 2019

surname family name, last name
ABCs, alphabet 26 letters
a capital letter an upper case letter
a lowercase letter a small letter
volunteer to help people (for free- no $)
physician doctor, Dr.
emergency dangerous situation that calls for immediate action: a bad snow storm, a very sick student needs a doctor NOW!, a car accident, a fire
@ at
the Pentagon the name of a building with five sides
right not left; true and correct Turn right. Do not turn left. Your answer is right.
Use ink. Do not write with a pencil. Use a pen.
caption a sentence or group of words that is written on or next to a picture to explain what is being shown
headline the title written in large letters over a story in a newspaper
kick to hit with your foot
hundreds plural of the number 100
tumble to fall down or turn over
Ms. used for a woman; a title for a female
Washington, D.C. the capital of the United States
chest the front part of the body between the neck and the stomach
eyelid covers your eye when it is closed
cartoon a series of drawings that tell a story like Garfield or Snoopy
area code the first three numbers of a phone number
Mr. a title used for a male
Mrs. used for a married woman only
Miss a title for an unmarried woman or girl
autumn fall
instructions directions
consonant a letter that is not a vowel
geography –a subject the study of countries and oceans
island a place surrounded by water
gender sex (male or female)
marital status married or not married
not married single
date of birth; birthdate when you were born- month, day, and year
birthplace where you were born- city, state, country
nation country
vowel A, E, I, O, U
subject pronouns I, you, he, she, it, we, they
be verbs (simple present tense) am, is, are
veteran a person who has served in the military
cemetary graveyard
died passed away
Harrisburg the capital of Pennsylvania
Created by: murmansk
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