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take
Take a peek at the sleeping baby.
three
He has three gold teeth.
very
She was a very devious person.
would
Would you like to go for a pizza tonight?
another
Tell us another joke.
Black
A zebra has black and white stripes.
fell
In soccer today, the defender fell for the attacker's feign.
girl
Sue is a very slim girl.
hand
He caught the ball with one hand.
how
I'm so aghast at how food prices have risen.
LET
The sheep were let loose in the field.
men
The young men had no discipline.
play
Neither Jim nor Jack is fit to play.
round
The bird has a ruff of feathers round its neck.
should
You should put a coat on before you go out.
Tell
The prisoner would not tell the truth.
time
There's no time to waste.
walk
Let's walk instead of driving.
year
King Edward VIII reigned for under a year.

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