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Spelling Bee Study List:. List 2015 A , 51-75. Click once to hear the word and read information about the word. Spell the word to yourself Click again to check your spelling. 51. Click here to hear the word again. This word is from Old English. p lural noun

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    1. Spelling Bee Study List: List 2015 A, 51-75 Click once to hear the word and read information about the word. Spell the word to yourself Click again to check your spelling

    2. 51 Click here to hear the word again. This word is from Old English. plural noun More than one of the twelve parts in which the year is divided. School is out during the summer ____. months Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling.

    3. 52 Click here to hear the word again. This word is from French. noun A doctor who takes care of people’s teeth. Jorge didn’t mind going to the ____ because his teeth were healthy. dentist Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling.

    4. 53 Click here to hear the word again. This word has a homonym. This word is from Old English. noun Wood prepared for use as building material. Oscar bought a truck load of ____ to build a new garage. timber Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling.

    5. 54 Click here to hear the word again. This word is from Latin to French to English adjective Having no space inside. Gema hoped the chocolate rabbit was ____, but it turned out to be hollow on the inside. solid Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling.

    6. 55 Click here to hear the word again. This word is from Latin to English. noun The grounds and buildings of a school. Ricardo lived on ____ during his college years. campus Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling.

    7. 56 Click here to hear the word again. This word is from Old English. verb To bring together in a group. Lupe planned to ____ daisies to decorate the dinner table. gather Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling.

    8. 57 Click here to hear the word again. This word is from Old English. noun A thin strip of plastic that has teeth and is used to style hair. Rita used a ____ to get the tangles out of her hair. comb Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling.

    9. 58 Click here to hear the word again. This word is in two parts. The first part is from Old English. The second part is from Norse to Old English to English verb To be lost in thought usually about good things. Esperanza would often ____ about her future quinceanera. daydream Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling.

    10. 59 Click here to hear the word again. This word is from Latin to Anglo-French to English verb To go somewhere to spend time with someone socially. Manuel like to ____ with his grandfather every Sunday. visit Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling.

    11. 60 Click here to hear the word again. This word is from Greek to Latin to Old English to English. noun A special ability to do something well. Rigo’s ____ for soccer along with hours of practice made him the star of his team. talent Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling.

    12. 61 Click here to hear the word again. This word is from Old English. noun One more than ten in number. Itzy’s cat had ____ kittens. eleven Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling.

    13. 62 Click here to hear the word again. This word is from Latin to English. verb To keep something safe from harm. Sixto wore a hard-hat to ____ his head at the construction site. protect Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling.

    14. 63 Click here to hear the word again. This word is from Latin to Anglo-French to English. noun The brother of your mother or father. Javier beat his ____ in a one-on-one game of basketball. uncle Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling.

    15. 64 Click here to hear the word again. This word is from Old English to English. adjective Fashionable or up-to-date. Consuela bought her ____ shoes on sale. trendy Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling.

    16. 65 Click here to hear the word again. This word is from Old English to English. adverb Forward, ahead. Frankie move ____ the trail at a quick pace along Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling.

    17. 66 Click here to hear the word again. This word is of unknown origin. verb To avoid something by moving suddenly. Pablo managed to ____ the ball thrown at him just in time. dodge Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling.

    18. 67 Click here to hear the word again. This word is from Old English to English. adjective Having great weight. The full bag of sand was too ____ for Isaac to lift. heavy Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling.

    19. 68 Click here to hear the word again. This word has a homonym. This word is from Greek to Latin to French to English. noun A long orange of yellow root vegetable. Kaitlin liked her vegetables best in things like ____ cake. carrot Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling.

    20. 69 Click here to hear the word again. This word is from English. noun A loud high pitched yell. Enrique let out a ____ when a mouse ran over his foot. screech Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling.

    21. 70 Click here to hear the word again. This word is Old English to English. noun A large ocean crustacean with large claws which is often used for food. Alejandro liked to eat his ____ with melted butter. lobster Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling.

    22. 71 Click here to hear the word again. This word is in two parts. The first part is from Latin to Anglo-French to English. The second part is from Old English to English. noun A vehicle designed to carry humans beyond the earth’s atmosphere.. Santiago built a model ____ to display with his model solar system. spaceship Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling.

    23. 72 Click here to hear the word again. This word is from Latin to Anglo-French to English noun A state of being exposed to harm. Sol ignored the ____ of catching rattlesnakes. danger Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling.

    24. 73 Click here to hear the word again. This word is in two parts. The both parts are from Old English to English. noun A type of algae that grows in the ocean. Fish use ____ as a hiding place in the open ocean. seaweed Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling.

    25. 74 Click here to hear the word again. This word is from Latin to Anglo-French to English. verb To do something badly because of a lack of skill. Mercedes decided to study so she would not ____ her math test. botch Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling.

    26. 75 Click here to hear the word again. This word is from Old English to English adverb Everything in one place. If you mix fries, cheese curds, and gravy ____, you have a dish called poutine. together Hit “Enter” to check the correct spelling.

    27. Open file Spell2015_A_76_100 to practice the next 25 words on the list.