Welcome to American English Vocabulary: Dolch Sight Words – Lesson 17. 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.
2nd Grade Dolch Sight Words Lesson 2 of 4:
fast, first, five, found, gave, goes, green, its, made, many, off, or
His boat is very fast.
She drives too fast.
If you talk fast, people may not understand you.
He was the first to arrive at the store.
She wanted to be the first to win the prize.
The winner is the first person to cross the finish line.
Each hand has five fingers.
My left foot has five toes.
Number six is after number five.
The police found the stolen money.
She found her ring under the table.
I found out why my boss fired me.
Elizabeth gave Luis a kiss.
Harry gave John a nice gift.
The teacher gave the student a good grade.
He goes to school every day.
Elsa goes to work at night.
Juan goes to the market every weekend.
Julia loves the color green.
The green car was parked in front of my house.
Juan has green eyes.
The dog licked its paws.
The car was missing its front seats.
The chair missed its legs.
The children made a mess in the kitchen.
She made a nice impression at the party.
The Japanese made many reliable cars.
How many people do you know?
The manager has many employees.
How many drinks have you had?
She fell off her chair at the restaurant.
He brushed off the snow on his jacket.
The criminal ran off with her purse.
You can buy a car or a motorcycle.
She wanted a dog or a cat.
The child wanted either an ice cream or a candy.
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.