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Study the word list: Week 28

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arch
The tourists stood beneath the arch.
catch
Many people catch flu each winter.
church
The bride walked down the aisle of the church.
fetch
Robert threw the ball and his dog ran to fetch it. *
match
He won the golf match by one stroke.
pitch
Her singing was slightly off pitch.
stitch
I need to stitch up my torn coat.
crutch
The injured man used a crutch.
kitchen
A dishwasher is a kitchen appliance.
French
Can you translate from French?
said
You asked me and I said 'No'.
people
China is the country with the most people.
their
Their means 'belonging to them.'.
little
She's only a little mite.
thought
I thought you'd be ready by now.
different
In Britain, some spellings are different from the USA.
before
Buy now before it's too late.
should
You should put a coat on before you go out.

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