1st Grade Sight Words Quiz Card

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Express train.
A ticket for a temporary train.
This train conveys passengers to London.


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The shoes are a perfect fit.
His clothes did not fit him very well.
Five people will fit, but that's the max.


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The ice is as hard as rock.
Solid rock is broken down by weathering.
This drill can bore through rock.


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Trip on mountains.
Going to the mountains is going home.
Who can move Mountains?


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Page title.
On the same page.
The blank page gives us the right to dream.


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This music always makes me sad.
We all felt sad about the accident.
I've just received some very sad news.


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She was in a class of thirty members.
I estimate his age at thirty.
It will cost around thirty dollars.


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The sick boy.
I was sick.
The sick man picked at the blanket.


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Please you shut the door.
Keep your mouth shut and your eyes open.
She shouted at him to shut the gate.


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A spark started the forest fire.
She lived on the edge of the forest.
The forest looked cool and shady.


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Wild animal.
Animal photos.
We understand an animal from its eyes.


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He is a tall man.
A tall tree catches the wind.
The house has a tall fence.


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He wrote to her almost daily.
We read news in the daily press.
Take three pills daily after meals.


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Small group.
Welcome to the group.
These girls belong to the same group.


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Add me.
Add value to everyday.
To add what we can to life.


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Brave man.
Fortune favours the brave.
It was brave of you to speak in front of them.


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I check my mailbox every other day.
Let me check your blood pressure.
Unless a check is signed, it is invalid.


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The new moon shines bright all around.
A full moon hovered in the sky.
The moon is not seen where the sun shines.


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Short list.
To do list.
Make a list of things that make you happy.


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A nice handbag.
It is nice and warm today.
You look nice with your hair up.


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Don't throw it to him, give it to him!
They throw rubbish into rivers.
Don't throw the baby out with the bathwater.


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Shall we drive or go by train?
In Britain cars drive on the left.
Drive your business, do not let it drive you.


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A little boy rode by on a horse.
He got on his bike and rode off.
They rode off into the sunset.


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Pocket money.
I saw you put a note in your pocket.
My keys are in my coat pocket.


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Next sentence.
Simple sentence.
Don't read this sentence.


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On January 1st, the New Year begins.
I was born on January 23rd.
We always have snow in January.


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She is having trouble with her teeth.
Her baby teeth start to fall out.
Too much sugar will rot your teeth.


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Square table.
A square has four corners.
The rooms are all very square.


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A slow walker.
Slow and steady wins the race.
God’s mill grinds slow but sure.


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Eagles catch no flies.
We had to sprint to catch the bus.
First catch your hare then cook him.


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Shape of nose.
A sweet smell greeted the nose.
I struck him on his nose.


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I first heard of it yesterday.
Yesterday is history.
No one can call back yesterday.


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Be careful not to drop that plate.
You could hear a pin drop.
The last drop makes the cup run over.


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One mile to go.
Walk a mile.
Go the extra mile.


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A full cup.
The cup run over.
I'd like a cup of coffee.


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The waltz is an easy dance to learn.
He piped so that we could dance.
They rolled back and had a dance.


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People should eat much less fat.
Fat hens lay few eggs.
I fry potatoes in hot fat with a bit of onion.


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