Grades K-2 (WVI 1)
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afford to have enough money for; be able to pay for.
agree to have the same opinion or feel the same way.
floor the lowest surface in a room; the surface on which one stands in a room.
gesture to make a motion with the body that expresses a feeling or thought.
harvest the gathering of ripe crops, or the amount gathered.
inspector one who inspects, usually as a job for pay.
key a metal object cut in a special way so it can open or close locks.
lazy not wanting to work or use effort.
librarian a person who has special training to work in a library.
mow to cut down with a blade or machine.
neighborhood an area in a city, town, or other place that is different from other areas in some way.
nervous feeling worry or fear about a particular thing or things.
rifle a gun that has a long barrel and that is shot from the shoulder.
sweater a warm piece of clothing that is worn on the upper body.
wagon a small, open cart with four wheels and a handle, used as a child's toy.