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Study the word list: week 6 spellings

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cereal
Most children like cereal for breakfast.
serial
This TV drama is a weekly serial.
father
My father is called Andrew.
farther
It's farther away.
guessed
The boy correctly guessed the correct spelling. *
guest
Mrs. Hall showed her guest into the parlour. *
morning
It was a spring morning and the air was cool.
mourning
Queen Victoria wore black clothes as a sign of mourning for her dead husband. *
who's
Who's that speaking?
whose
Whose pen is this?
there
There was great relief at the rescue.
their
The girls went to see their favourite pop group.
they're
I wonder why they're so late.
existence
Ecosystems are groups of living things that support the existence of each other. *
privilege
It was a great privilege to work with the artist.

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