We are now working on the 1,000 Fry Sight Words, a set of high-frequency words that are necessary for American English reading comprehension and communication skills. Please do your best to follow the directions below, as well as use the website translator to define any of the Fry Sight Words or related sentences you need to know better. The more you become comfortable with the Fry Sight Words, the more fluent in American English you will become.
Part 1 – DIRECTIONS: Please watch the vocabulary video below two or three times:
Part 2 – 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.
FRY WORDS – The Second Hundred Part 2
say, great, where, help, through, much, before, line, right, too, means, old, any, same, tell, boy, follow, came, want, show
Can you say something to our team about our project?
What would you like to say about this topic?
Maria is a great friend to have.
Passing your college exams is a great achievement worthy of a big celebration.
Do you know where Maria lives?
Where would you like to travel to when you visit the United States of America?
I would like to help you improve your American English skills.
Can you help me tie my shoe?
You have been through a lot of difficulties lately.
Can you help me get through this work?
I saw you have much to do at work lately.
How much money have you saved this month?
Angel was a resident of Mexico City before he moved to Los Angeles.
What did you used to do before you became a car mechanic?
You need to wait in line in order to enter the store.
What line of work are you interested in?
If you want to find the bookstore, you need to take a right at the next corner.
In the United States of America, your pursuit of happiness is a right.
Maria is an English Learner, too.
I want to go to that university, too.
I don’t know what this word means.
Your help means a lot to me, my friend.
Can you tell me how old you are?
Sometimes when I have body aches, I feel like an 80-year-old man.
I don’t know of any Ethiopian restaurants in my city.
Do you know of any people from Nicaragua who live in your town?
Maria was upset because she earned the same low grade that Lisa earned on the test.
Are you wearing the same shirt for the restaurant party?
Please tell me a story about the importance of learning English.
Can you tell me your name and telephone number so I can write them down?
My son is a 17-year-old boy who studies computer networking at an American university.
That boy kicked the ball into the window and broke it.
You always have to follow your dreams if you want to be successful.
If you want to find the library, you need to follow me.
She came to school late and her teacher marked her tardy.
I came home late last night.
I want to show you my wedding pictures.
What do you want to do when you grow up?
Can you show me where you live?
I would be happy if you could show me how to get to the supermarket.
Part 3 DIRECTIONS: Please watch the quiz video and do the quiz on your own paper. When you finish, let us know your quiz score in the comments section below.
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