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Spelling List D-22

Fill-in-the-Blank Sentences Worksheet

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Date Shared: 23 May 2017

Worksheet Type: Fill-in-the-Blank Sentences

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Use the words in the box to complete the phrases.

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Brianna rode a horse for the first time when she was eight years old. Mr. Jones, the vegetable seller, has a large selection of lettuce. Looking both ways before you cross the road is an example of common sense . Miss Paterson, our teacher, led us outside on a nature walk. We ate every last piece of that delicious cherry pie. “It's very chilly outside,” Mom said. “You're going to need a jacket.” David's voice was hoarse from cheering at the basketball game. The department store is going to close in ten minutes. Any type of bug will usually frighten and disgust Gracie. I think I'll go to bed early tonight. The rock I picked up in the field felt rough and coarse . The sky has been threatening to rain all morning . Kayley's mom showed her how to knead the bread dough. Tatiana looked at the purple beet on her plate and was doubtful she would like it. “You'll find breakfast cereal in Aisle Five,” the grocery store clerk said. I hope we are going to have warm, sunny weather for the party tomorrow . Will you grab some potatoes downstairs in the cellar , please? People who live in other cultures may wear different kinds of clothes than you do. Dad is going to need a new winter jacket this year. In his drum lessons, T.J. learned how to count every beat . Lamar is turning eight years old tomorrow. Anna's dad makes the best chili she's ever tasted. Josiah found a dollar bill and a few cents in his pocket. Irwin and Allen discussed their ideas for the team project. At the spring festival, our gym teacher is setting up a large obstacle course .

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23 May 2017

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