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Study the word list: Year 1 and 2 Summer 1 list

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put
You should put a coat on before you go out.
are
They are coming to see us next week. *
were
We were amazed by the magic trick. *
some
The heavy rain caused some flooding.
once
I'll only tell you once.
push
Don't push me about.
pull
The sign on the door said pull.
full
The room was full of children working hard. *
house
Our house is very old. *
busy
The waiter was too busy to serve me.
people
Many people do not have sufficient food.
beautiful
There's a beautiful view from my balcony.
after
After the riot the shops were looted.
last
I saw a funny film last night. *
water
We swam in the warm water of the lagoon.
again
That child is getting up to mischief again.
half
Half of sixteen is eight.
money
Have you sufficient money for a cab home?
improve
I have tried hard to improve my spellings. *
our
Will you come to our party? *

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