Two of Everything Al-Bashair Private School Grade Three
1- It took us one hour to go to the next village. 2- My grandmother lives in the nearby village.
village • A community smaller than a town . Ex: • I like to visit my grandparents in the village.
1- She looks very odd with her green hair. 2- These two men look very odd.
odd • different, unusual, or strange. • Ex: • My uncle is a very odd person in our family.
1- This box contained many cans. 2- My closet contained a lot of old clothes.
contained • (past of contain) had - included. • Ex: That box contained all our old toys.
1- He leaned to look at the hole. 2- He leaned to catch the dumbbells.
leaned • (past of lean) bent (from the waist). • Ex: She leaned over her daughter to hear what she said.
1- The enormous flower startled the man. 2- That black spider startled the boy.
startled • ( past of startle) shocked • Ex: The loud voices startled the baby and made him cry.
1- I read books to search for new words. 2- The police uses dogs to search for thieves.
search • to look for something missing or lost. • Ex: • when I go to the beach, I search in the sand for nice shells.
1- The old man was grateful to the boy who helped him. 2- We all should be grateful to our teachers.
grateful • thankful. • Ex: • We all should be grateful to our mothers. .
1- The chief tossed the pizza into the air. 2- He tossed the coin to see who will start the game.
tossed • (past of toss) threw. • Ex: They tossed their bags into the car.