1st Grade Spelling Words With Example

Grade 1: With Example - 7
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clockspeak speak spelling 
Clock ticking.
The clock has just struck twelve.
One cannot put back the clock.
actionspeak speak spelling 
The rules will be brought into action.
His speech was a powerful spur to action.
Thought is the seed of action.
pocketspeak speak spelling 
Pocket money.
I saw you put a note in your pocket.
My keys are in my coat pocket.
bottlespeak speak spelling 
He filled the bottle with wine.
Shake the bottle well before use.
The salesperson gave him a bottle of ink.
gumspeak speak spelling 
Spit out that gum.
The gum stuck to my fingers.
Would you like some gum to chew?
mudspeak speak spelling 
Yellow mud.
I'm stuck in the mud!
My new shoes got ruined in the mud.
shutspeak speak spelling 
Please you shut the door.
Keep your mouth shut and your eyes open.
She shouted at him to shut the gate.
fitspeak speak spelling 
The shoes are a perfect fit.
His clothes did not fit him very well.
Five people will fit, but that's the max.
rugspeak speak spelling 
A small rug on the floor.
The blue rug has faded over years.
The cat keeps clawing at the rug.
bugspeak speak spelling 
I've caught a bug.
There's a bug crawling up your leg.
The bird caught a bug on the fly.
huntspeak speak spelling 
November is a good time to hunt deer.
She had never taken part in a fox hunt.
Some animals hunt at night.
twinsspeak speak spelling 
They were twins.
The twins are now eight months old.
The twins were dressed differently.
bunchspeak speak spelling 
A bunch of flowers.
I bought a small bunch of bananas.
The players were a great bunch.
punishspeak speak spelling 
If you fail, don't punish yourself.
Don't punish a child who wets the bed.
I will have to punish you.
borrowspeak speak spelling 
Can I borrow a hair dryer?
We borrow it from our Children.
Today must borrow nothing of tomorrow.
tripspeak speak spelling 
A trip to New Zealand.
We went on a day trip to the seaside.
She started on her trip yesterday.
dropspeak speak spelling 
Be careful not to drop that plate.
You could hear a pin drop.
The last drop makes the cup run over.
hugspeak speak spelling 
She gave her mother a big hug.
Dave opened his arms to give her a hug.
I just want to hug you so much.
swimspeak speak spelling 
How about a quick swim before breakfast?
She can swim two lengths of the pool.
The best fish swim near the bottom.
acrossspeak speak spelling 
Sailing across the Atlantic.
We walk across a ploughed field.
A dog darted across the road.
hamsterspeak speak spelling 
A little hamster.
My brother had a hamster.
A hamster will sit up and beg for food.
Januaryspeak speak spelling 
On January 1st, the New Year begins.
I was born on January 23rd.
We always have snow in January.
squarespeak speak spelling 
Square table.
A square has four corners.
The rooms are all very square.
teethspeak speak spelling 
She is having trouble with her teeth.
Her baby teeth start to fall out.
Too much sugar will rot your teeth.
teamspeak speak spelling 
Team leader.
We have formed a football team.
The team is sponsored by BMW.
Easterspeak speak spelling 
The Easter egg.
We'll probably go away at Easter.
The library is closed over Easter.
feelspeak speak spelling 
When I do a good workout, l feel fine.
Thank you for making me feel better.
I live alone but I never feel lonely.
leastspeak speak spelling 
He knows most who speaks least.
Fortune knocks once at least at your door.
They assume most who know the least.
wreathspeak speak spelling 
A laurel wreath.
They twisted flowers into a wreath.
A Christmas wreath hung on the front door.
kneelspeak speak spelling 
She asks her son to kneel down.
People sometimes kneel to pray.
Kneel, feet and legs together stretched.
stayspeak speak spelling 
They managed to find a place to stay.
Did you stay up late last night?
I hope you enjoy your stay with us.
waitspeak speak spelling 
Please wait for a minute.
Time and tide wait for no man.
Let's wait till the rain stops.
paintspeak speak spelling 
The paint is wet.
A good face needs no paint.
Apply the paint with a fine brush.
mailspeak speak spelling 
Should I mail this letter to you?
Air mail is quicker than sea mail.
One mail drives out another.
baseballspeak speak spelling 
Baseball cap.
He was on the baseball team.
He coached a baseball team last year.
yesterdayspeak speak spelling 
I first heard of it yesterday.
Yesterday is history.
No one can call back yesterday.
dailyspeak speak spelling 
He wrote to her almost daily.
We read news in the daily press.
Take three pills daily after meals.