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Stage 3 A Spelling List Term 2 Week 2

miserable
I can not believe what a miserable day we had. *
species
Most parrot species are able to mimic human words.
applied
I was asked to provide two references when I applied for the management role. *
satisfied
I am very satisfied with your work. *
worried
Fraught means upset and worried.
falsified
The manager falsified the documents. *
qualified
Are you qualified for this job? *
frequently
Frequently, the teacher reminded the children to revise. *
gradually
The temperature gradually went up as the day went on. *
occasionally
When I drive I occasionally use an atlas.
accidentally
I accidentally dropped the plate. *
noticeably
When they had come to the edge of the forest it was noticeably growing light over the field. *
comfortably
Are you sitting comfortably? *
understandably
Jenny was understandably upset when she heard that England were out of the Cup Final. *
reasonably
Jack completed the task reasonably well. *
dependably
He followed behind her dependably, her most loyal and reliable servant. *
temperamental
All I know is that he's temperamental, and you'd better stay away from him. *
temporary
Temporary is the opposite of permanent.
therapeutic
I use yoga as a therapeutic tool to help me relieve stress. *
tournament
The tennis tournament was going to be broadcast worldwide.

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