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Study the word list: NAPLAN: A - Difficult (1)

Words for NAPLAN writing test preparation. Students are assessed in Year 3, Year 5, Year 7, and Year 9.

Word list: NAPLAN: A - Difficult (1)

abandon How could anyone abandon a puppy?
ability She worked to the best of her ability.
abnormal There was something abnormal about the sound.
abolish The school decided to abolish uniforms.
absolutely The rich chocolate cake was absolutely delectable.
accept We're pleased to accept your invitation.
access A ramp was built to give wheelchair access.
achieve He wanted to achieve good grades in school.
acknowledge I acknowledge your hard work this term.
activity Swimming is a good activity for keeping fit.
actually He seemed confident but he was actually very nervous.
addiction Alcohol and smoking addiction can cause several health complications.
addition The process of totalling figures is called addition.
advantage The home team had the advantage.
advice The teacher gave me good advice.
affect The government cuts will affect everyone.
agreeable The decision to move was agreeable.

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