American English Vocabulary: Dolch Sight Words – Lesson 12

Welcome to American English Vocabulary: Dolch Sight Words – Lesson 12. Improve your English vocabulary, reading, and comprehension skills by studying the Dolch Sight Words, an important vocabulary list which includes some of the most popular, often-used words in the English language. The Dolch Sight Words are organized by reading level, and include Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten, 1st Grade, 2nd Grade, and 3rd Grade. International English Learners are encouraged to pronounce each word numerous times, as well as use a translator and an English dictionary in order to increase fluency.

Part 1 – DIRECTIONS: Please read aloud the following words and sentences in English, then translate them and read them into your primary language using the translator on this page.

1st Grade Dolch Sight Words Lesson 2 of 4:

give, going, had, has, her, him, his, how, just, know

Did you give her a chocolate?

Give me your hand.

I would like to give you this book.

She is going to school at night.

Was he going to the store?

The teacher is going to give us a test.

had a bad day yesterday.

We had a fun time at the movie theater yesterday.

They had a scary accident last year.

She has a nice ring on her finger.

He has not called her yet.

The student has completed the test.

He gave her a ring.

Maria is proud because her husband is a lawyer.

Give her the book, please.

He called him last night.

She loves her husband so much that she gave him a gift.

Give the keys to him.

He lost his wallet.

John called his wife.

Maria is his girlfriend.

I will teach you how to swim.

She learned how to play chess.

Do you know how to drive?

Our laws are just.

I will be there in just a minute.

She asked for just a dollar.

Chris wants to know how to ride a bike.

May I know the answer to this question?

Do I know you?

Part 2 – DIRECTIONS: Please watch and practice aloud with the vocabulary video below two or three times:

Part 3 – DIRECTIONS: Please watch the quiz video and do the quiz on your own paper. When you finish, let us know what you learned and your quiz score in the comments section below.

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