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 Eighth Hundred
Lesson 1: now, least, catch, climbed, wrote, shouted, continued, itself, else, plains, gas, England, burning, design, joined, foot, law, ears, glass, you’re
Let’s start the test now.
Now is a good time to work on your English.
What is the least important thing that you own?
She gave the least amount of money at church.
Can you catch a ball?
The goalie needs to catch the ball.
The kids climbed on top of the fence.
The man climbed the mountain.
The student wrote a poem.
The teacher wrote a note for his students.
The protesters shouted at the police.
The parents shouted at their children.
The teacher wished his students continued success.
The student continued to complete his homework.
The cat licked itself clean.
Even without flowers, the bowl itself is beautiful.
Do you know where else I can find this book?
What else would you like to eat?
Plains means level or almost level countryside.
Another word for plains is prairies.
Let’s put gas in the car and go on a trip.
Gas is becoming more and more expensive.
I want to visit London in England.
England is also called United Kingdom.
I saw the house burning in the fire.
He had a burning sensation in his throat.
The architect will design a new house.
The engineer will design a new bridge.
She joined her friends for dinner at the restaurant.
The boy joined his friends on the playground.
The player hurt his foot during the game.
Her new shoes hurt her left foot.
He studied law at law school.
The police maintain law and order.
The adults were yelling, so she covered her ears.
The doctor checked her ears to see if she could hear well.
She put the salad in a glass bowl.
He drank Pepsi out of a tall glass.
I know you’re an English Learner.
You’re working hard to learn English.
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.