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Study the word list: Non-statutory words: common exception words #2

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every
Every time I go to the store, I get a free coupon.
everybody
He greeted everybody with much buoyancy.
even
Even though it's winter the weather is not cold.
great
There was great relief at the rescue.
break
Be careful not to break that glass.
steak
They serve the best steak in town.
pretty
That pretty little kitten is so cute.
beautiful
There's a beautiful view from my balcony.
after
After the riot the shops were looted.
fast
The river flows fast to the coast.
last
Did you receive my last letter?
past
I heard the blare of a siren whizzing past.
class
The bully of the class was a brute.
pass
She must pass an exam to qualify for that job.
plant
A fern is a type of plant.
path
The path was rough and rocky.
hour
Jack earns $20 an hour.
father
My father is called Andrew.
grass
There is dew on the grass in the morning.
bath
She had a long soak in the bath tub.

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