Alexander, Who Used to Be Rich Last Sunday
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Spelling Words - 
Alexander, Who Used to Be Rich Last Sunday
 
Words ending in -ed, -ing, -er, or -est
Skill - Some base words do not change when adding -ed, -ing, -er, and est. 
(example: greatest
Others do change. 
Generally, if a word ends with a single vowel followed by a single consonant, you must double the final consonant before adding the ending.
(example: planned)
For words ending with -e, drop the -e before adding the ending.
(example: leave -> leaving)
For most words ending in a consonant followed by -y, change the -y to -i before adding the ending except when adding -ing.
(example: heavy -> heavier; supply -> supplying)
 
using
getting
easiest
swimming
heavier
greatest
pleased
emptied
leaving
worried
strangest
freezing
funniest
angrier
shopped
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Vocabulary - 
Alexander, Who Used to Be Rich Last Sunday
 
Words to Know
 
1. college:  school that offers higher education than high school 2. dimes:  coins in the United States equal to ten cents
3. downtown:  main part or business part of a town 4. fined:  punished by making someone pay money for breaking a rule
5. nickels:  coins in the United States equal to five cents 6. quarters:  coins in the United States equal to twenty-five cents
7. rich:  having much money, land, or other valuable things 8.  positively:  absolutely, surely
9. token:  pieces of metal shaped like coins; used on some buses and subways instead of money
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Other Words to Know
 
allowance
resist
retail
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Daily Fix-Its - 
Alexander, Who Used to Be Rich Last Sunday
Monday 1. What will you by with your money.
2. Your piggy bank is heavyer than mine
Tuesday 3. my brother worryed about saving his money.
4. Did jon's uncle give him money for his birthday.
Wednesday 5. How much does it cost to go swiming at the pool.
6. Tim saveing his money.
Thursday 7. What hapened to the dollar in my drawer.
8. Dan spended it at the fare.
Friday 9. These plantes dont cost much.
10. We can give a flour to Mom for her birth day.

 
 
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