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called
A small quarrel could be called a squabble.
cradle
Each baby was placed in a cradle.
Father
My father is called Andrew.
hammer
The sculptor worked with a hammer and a chisel.
jagged

number
Enter your credit card number.
proven

simple
Style is the vocabulary and language used; for example, formal or informal language, simple or complicated vocabulary. *
tennis
The tennis court was too wet for play.
because
I like you because you understand me.
cricket
Eleven players in a cricket team.
kitchen
A dishwasher is a kitchen appliance.
referee
The referee blew his whistle at the end of the game.
thunder
After the thunder came the rain.
customer
Customers are always right! *
hopeless
She is hopeless at drawing but good at cooking. *
Thursday
I went to the shop on Thursday. *
determine
The amount of sales will determine the profits.
background
The orchestra played softly in the background.

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