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Study the word list: Dex week 3

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forgotten
You might have forgotten.
beginning
My hair is beginning to go grey.
preparation
There was a lot of preparation involved in winning the U.S. Open. *
pleasure
It gives me great pleasure to be here today.
courageous
Dexter was a courageous penalty taker. *
hesitation
She showed no hesitation in using her dagger. *
confession
He had a confession to make to the police.
musician
The musician had to audition to join the band.
chemist
The local chemist will have the right medicine for you.
architect
The new building was to be designed by a famous architect.
catalogue British English spelling
Please send me a copy of your catalogue.
antique
That mahogany cupboard is an antique.
science
Astronomy is the science of the stars.
fascinate
I think this new game will fascinate your child.

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