CDDS 136

DRAW
DRAW- Tim draw a picture for his mother.

Art- My family went to an art exhibit in New York.Draft- Rick drafted plans for my new house.Illustrate-The author writes and illustrates all of her own books.Sketch- Mary sketched her picture before she began painting it.

DRUGS
DRUGS-Jake was arrested for selling drugs.Heroin- My cousin went to rehab because he was addicted to heroin.

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Narcotics- When the police searched the house, they looked for any signs of stolen property of narcotics.

EAR
EAR-Paula went to the doctor’s office, complaining of an ear ache.Hear-I turned quickly when I thought I heard the door open.Sound-Ryan’s coice sounds starnge because he is sick.
EARTH
EARTH- The earth is part of our Solar System.

Geography- I had to retake my geography class after I failed it the first time.Planet- My sister has been involded with different organizarions that help save the planet.

ELECTION
ELECTION- When I turned 16, I participated in the presidential election. Elect-Mr. James was elected President of the committee. Nominate-I nominated Julia for class president.

 Vote- The students voted for class officers this morning.

ELECTRICITY
ELECTRICITY- The electricity was out for about an hour, so we lit candles for light. Current- The little boy was schocked by the current from the battery.  Electric- My parents bought an electric range, because my mother was frightened by gas stoves. Electronics- Celia went to the electronics stire to buy a new television. Physics- Henry got a “D” in physics class.

 Voltage- There were signd posted near the fence, warning of its high voltage.

EMPTY
EMPTY- I looked in the box and was surprised to see that it was empty. Available- There is a part-time job available for the summer. Bare- The walls in Sue’s  new house were bare until she hung her paintings. Blank- Ken pulled out a blank sheet of paper and started writing a story. Naked- All people are naked when they are born. Nude- Tina was embarrassed when she walked onto a nude beach by mistake. Open- Kevin found an open parking space in the crowded lot.

 Opening- There was an opening for the interpreter position. Vacant- There is a vacant apartment in my building. Void- Even though I have a good job, I feel as if there is a void in my life.

ENJOY
ENJOY-The audience enjoyed the performance by the children’s choir. Appreciate- Erick told his friends that he appreciated their support while he was going through his disvorce.

 Entertain- My favorite uncle loves to entertain all his grandchildren.  Entertaining- The neighborhood kids found the video games entertaining. Entertainment- The couple’s favorite entertainemnt is going to the local comedy club.

ENJOY (use only one hand)
ENJOY- I always enjoy going to football games. Appreciate- Tracy appreciated that Dan brought her flowers when she was sick. Like- Sally liked the performance. Please- Please fill out the papers for me.

 Pleasure- It gives me great pleasure to introduce you.

ENOUGH
ENOUGH- We bought enough food for our weekend camping trip. Abundant- I found a plave in the wookds where the wild blackberries were abundant. Adequate- The living conditions at Boot Camp were adequate.

 Ample- There was ample time to repaint the house during the summer. Plenty- I arrived at the airport in plenty of time to catch the plane.  Sufficient- the money my parents went were sufficient to pay my phone bill and buy groceries.