Welcome to American English Vocabulary: Dolch Sight Words – Lesson 19. 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 4 of 4:
use, very, wash, which, why, wish, work, would, write, your
Do you know how to use this tool?
What can I use this for?
I will use a hose to bring water here.
I have a very bad headache.
He ran very fast.
She is very polite.
Remember to wash your hands before dinner.
He didn’t know how to wash his clothes.
She wanted to wash her car.
Do you know which car is more reliable?
I need to know which teacher has more experience.
She’s the girl which he likes.
Do you know why you need to learn English?
I know why school is important.
Jackie told him why she was upset.
What do you wish to do when you grow up?
What career do you wish to have?
When you wish for good things to happen, they will.
I need to work to pay the bills.
What kind of work do you need?
Learning English is hard work.
He would like to become a doctor.
What would you like to eat?
Donna would like to know where you live.
Can you write a paragraph about elephants?
Do you know how to write in English?
Please write her a letter.
Is this your shirt?
What is your wife’s name?
Your dog barks too much.
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.