Welcome to American English Vocabulary: Dolch Sight Words – Lesson 13. 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 3 of 4:
let, live, may, of, old, once, open, over, put, round,
Will you let him drive your car?
I can’t let you take my wallet.
Please let me go to the restaurant.
Do you live with your family?
I want to live in Paris, France.
She wants to live until she is 90 years old.
May I ask where you are from?
She may soon graduate from university.
I may go on vacation this summer.
Thousands of people died because of COVID19.
Of course, I love to study English.
He was jealous of his neighbor.
When you grow old, you want to be young again.
Many old people go on vacations.
She is six years old.
I told you once about my family.
Once you eat Italian food, you will fall in love.
I went to the casino once or twice.
The store was open last night.
Jose wants to open a new restaurant.
He wants to open the door.
The plane flew over the Pacific Ocean.
She went over there for dinner.
I fell over the table.
Put your foot inside the shoe.
She put a flower in the vase.
He put a cigar in his pocket.
The round table is made of metal and glass.
That potato is so round.
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.