Welcome to Year 2, Week 34, Lesson 2.34.1. Today we will work on your English Vocabulary. We begin with Fry Sight Words English Vocabulary 10th Hundred, Lesson 4. Please follow the directions and do your best.
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’s List 10 Lesson 4
total, deal, determine, evening, hoe, rope, cotton, apple, details, entire, corn, substances, smell, tools, conditions, cows, track, arrived, located, sir
Total means complete.
Because of the serious accident, your car is a total loss.
She wants to make a deal and buy the car for less money.
The store offered a 20% off deal.
The actions you take now will determine your future.
The judge will determine the defendant’s guilt.
I work from early morning to late evening every day.
She went to the dance club yesterday evening.
The farmer used a hoe to cultivate his land.
The gardener used a hoe to dig.
The girls jumped rope at the park.
He pulled on the rope.
That shirt is made of cotton.
I love wearing cotton shirts.
She bit into a red apple.
Try to eat an apple a day.
She needed more information so she asked for more details.
The journalist included many details in her story.
The website can be visited by people from the entire planet.
Today’s entire lesson focused on English pronunciation.
She likes to eat grilled corn.
The farmer planted corn on his land.
The police is searching for illegal substances.
Cocaine is one of the illegal substances you shouldn’t use.
I can smell your food from across the street.
She wants to smell that perfume.
The mechanic needs his tools to fix the car.
A pencil and a notebook are a student’s learning tools.
The landlord wants us to meet several conditions before we can rent from him.
Children grow healthy under good conditions.
Milk comes from cows.
Cows are sacred in India.
The police wanted to track the criminal.
The successful student is on track to go to college.
The police arrived at the scene of the crime.
The student arrived late at school.
The detective located the missing person.
Where are you located?
No, sir, I am not hungry. Yes, sir, I am a student.
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.