Second Grade - Practice Vocabulary Word List
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Vocabulary Words - Second Grade - C:
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(n.) A box with metal bars where you keep animals.
(v.) To telephone someone.
(v.) To say someone's name loudly because you want his or her attention.
(n.) A telephone call or a short visit.
(v.) To speak in a loud voice; to telephone someone.
(n.) A place where people go to be in nature for a short time.
(v.) To leave home to be in nature for a short time.
(v.) Also can not, to not be able to do something.
(v.) The negative of can.
(n.) A hat.
(n.) A cover for an open part.
(n.) A coat with no sleeves that you tie around your neck.
(n.) Also automobile, a thing with four wheels and a motor that people sit in to go somewhere.
(n.) A vehicle with four wheels and an engine that a small number of people use to travel.
(v.) To have great interest or concern in someone or something.
(v.) To do things for someone who cannot do them alone.
(adj.) Paying close attention so you don't cause a problem or make a mistake.
(v.) To hold something or someone and move it to another place.
(n.) A thing with two or four wheels that is open at the top. You put things in it, and you push it or pull it..
(n.) A small vehicle .
(v.) To cut something out of a hard thing, like wood or rock.
(v.) To cut words or pictures into the outside part of something.
(n.) A box that locks or closes tightly.
(n.) A specific situation.
(n.) A situation where someone broke the law.
(n.) A thing that fits the shape of something and does not move easily.
(n.) The actors in a show or movie.
(v.) To take hold of something or someone that is moving.
(v.) To take hold of someone or something that is hiding.
(n.) A hole in the ground.
(n.) The person who is in charge of a meeting or project.
(n.) A seat with four legs and a back.
(n.) A piece of furniture that you can sit on.
(v.) To make sure that something is right.
(n.) A piece of paper that you get from the bank and use as money.
(n.) A piece of paper from a bank that you sign to pay someone a specific amount of money.
(n.) In a restaurant, a list of food you have ordered and its price.
(n.) A special printed pieces of paper you can sign and use to pay for things.
(v.) To test something to make sure it is correct.
(n.) The side of the face below the eye.
(v.) To move your jaw to grind up food.
(n.) A young bird.
(n.) A person before he or she becomes an adult.
(n.) A son or daughter.
(n.) A cold or fearful feeling that comes suddenly.
(v.) To make something cold.
(v.) To make a high, light sound.
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