Grades K-2 (WVI 1)
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adventure a trip or activity that is dangerous or exciting.
behave to act in a certain way.
camp to set up a temporary shelter, such as a tent.
fortune a large amount of money or wealth.
fuel anything such as wood or gasoline that is burned as a source of energy.
interview a meeting between a person who has applied for a job and the person who is offering the job. The person who wants the job must answer questions about his or her experience and <hwref>qualifications</hwref>.
invite to ask in a polite way to go somewhere or do something.
lake a large body of fresh or salt water that has land all around it.
late happening after the usual or expected time.
metal a kind of chemical element, such as copper, iron, or silver, that can move heat or electricity through itself.
mostly almost completely; mainly.
rifle a gun that has a long barrel and that is shot from the shoulder.
rim the edge or border of something round or circular.
tough hard to break; strong; lasting a long time.
yell to speak in a very loud voice because you are hurt, afraid, angry, or excited.