Spelling and Vocabulary Words

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Lesson 1 Spelling
    ADMIT      MISCAST       ABSTAIN           DISPLAY

Lesson 1 Vocabulary
DISTRACT – If someone or something distracts you, they take your attention away from what you are doing.

ADMIT – If you admit that something is bad or embarrassing is true, you agree, often unwillingly, that it is true.


Lesson 2 Spelling


Lesson 2 Vocabulary

CONTRAST – If you contrast one thing with another, you show or tell about the differences between the two things.

DISTINCT - If something is distinct, you can hear, see, or taste it clearly.

Lesson 3 Spelling

      DEFRAUD      PROHIBIT       CONFIRM         PREPAY

Lesson 3 Vocabulary

BETRAY – If you betray someone who trusts you, you do something that hurts or disappoints that person.

ABSURD – If you say that something is absurd, you are saying that it’s ridiculous or that it doesn’t make sense.

Lesson 4 Spelling


Lesson 4 Vocabulary

DISCARD – If you discard something, you get rid of it because you no longer need it or want it.

PERSIST – If you persist in doing something, you continue to do it, even though it is difficult or other people are against it.


Lesson 5 Spelling


Lesson 5 Vocabulary

RECORD – If you record a piece of information or an event, you write it down, photograph it, or put it into the computer so that you or others can refer to it in the future.

EXCLUDE – If you exclude someone from a place or activity, you prevent that person from entering the place or taking part in the activity.


Lesson 6 Spelling


Lesson 6 Vocabulary

PREDICT – If you predict an event, you say ahead of time that it will happen.

PROPOSE – If you propose a plan or an idea, you suggest it.


Lesson 7 Spelling


Lesson 7 Vocabulary

ASTONISHES – If someone or something astonishes you, they surprise you very much.

REGRET – If you regret something that you have done, you wish that you had not done it, and, as a result, you feel sad or disappointed.


Lesson 8 Spelling


Lesson 8 Vocabulary

PERSONAL – A personal option, quality, or thing belongs to or relates to a particular person.

EXTERNAL – External means happening, coming from, or existing outside a place, person, or area.


 Lesson 9 Spelling


Lesson 9 Vocabulary

CONTAMINATED – If something is contaminated by dirt, chemicals, or radiation, it becomes impure or harmful.

COMPREHEND – If you cannot comprehend something, you cannot understand it.

Lesson 10 Spelling


Lesson 10 Vocabulary

INTENTIONAL – An intention is an idea or plan of what you are going to do.

ADMINISTERS – If someone administers something such as a country, business, or organization, he or she takes responsibility for organizing and supervising it.