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    • Lesson 3 Words with variant vowels and diphthong
    • Vocabulary 1. Counter 2. Fraud 3. Oyster 4. Appoint 5. Drawn 6. Awning 7. Laundry 8. Feud 9. Shawl 10.Jewel 11.Royalty 12.Powder 13.Annoying 14.Cashew 15.Scoop 16.Bamboo 17.Browse 18.Ointment 19.Rooster 20.Rescue
    • Definitions 1. counter: a table or flat surface 2. Fraud: an illegal act of deception; a pretender or poser 3. Oyster: edible mollusks which can produce pearls 4. Appoint: to select for a position or role 5. Drawn: to have made lines using a writing implement 6. Awning: a covering for a porch, patio, or deck 7. Laundry: clothes in need of washing, or just washed 8. Feud: a long, serious dispute or quarrel 9. Shawl: fabric worn over the shoulders or head 10. Jewel: a precious or semiprecious stone
    • 11. royalty: the ruling noble family 12. powder: dry material made up of very small particles 13. annoying: bothersome; irritating 14. cashew: a nut with a curved shape 15. scoop: a utensil with a long handle and deep bowl 16. bamboo: a woody grass grown in tropical climates 17. browse: to look through or over something casually 18. ointment: a greasy preparation for the skin 19. rooster: a male chicken that crows 20. rescue: to save or free from danger or risk