Welcome to American English Vocabulary: Dolch Sight Words – Lesson 1. 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.

KINDERGARTEN DOLCH SIGHT WORDS – PART 1 OF 4:

all, am, are, at, ate, be, black, brown, but, came, did, do, eat, four

I like all kinds of ice cream

All my friends are friendly.

Give me all your money.

am hungry

Who am I?

am your teacher.

They are hungry.

Where are the candies?

The students are learning English.

We study English at home.

He sat at his desk

She works at home.

Maria ate her lunch.

Jose ate a sandwich.

They ate at the restaurant.

You can be successful.

She wants to be a millionaire.

Will you be happy if you learn English?

The black bear is in the forest.

I use a black pen when I write.

That black sports car is very fast.

The car has brown interior.

My brown leather jacket is comfortable.

She has brown eyes.

He has a car, but he doesn’t drive.

She has many books, but she doesn’t read them.

Luis has money, but he doesn’t spend it.

They came to school from home.

She came home from school.

We came to the restaurant, but you weren’t there.

She did complete her homework.

Did you eat breakfast today?

How did you sleep last night?

Do you want to go to lunch?

I heard you do like to eat sushi.

When do you want to study English?

I like to eat food from other countries.

She likes to eat ice cream for dessert.

Do you prefer to eat at home or at a restaurant?

I have four good friends.

She has a four-year-old son.

They ate four steaks.

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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2 thoughts on “American English Vocabulary: Dolch Sight Words – Lesson 6”
  1. Good afternoon in my area and I can say good morning if you are in U.S. A I think so, thank you staragling and helping the needed people.
    My score in this quiz is 14/14 all question I made correct.
    Thank you for all

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