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Study the word list: Key Stage 3: PSHE: abl - enc

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My grandpa is still very able despite his age.
The course is suitable for pupils of all abilities.
He wanted to achieve good grades in school.
The win was a great achievement.
He is a drug addict. *
Taking drugs can lead to an addiction. *
Do you approve of violence? *
Sometimes you must get approval prior to submitting an order to purchasing. *
During the selection process you will have to show good communication skills. *
I control my computer with a mouse.
He has no dependants to inherit his fortune.
His dependency was great. *
The young men had no discipline.
Everything in the contract was open for discussion.
Winning requires great effort. *
The film contained scenes of strong emotion.
He made an emotional appeal for information.
You need to encourage people to work to their best. *
Her family gave her encouragement to succeed.

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