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Study the word list: NAPLAN: C - Common (1)

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

Word list: NAPLAN: C - Common (1)

I'll carry the bags.
Take care not to skid on the ice.
I put my ruler in my pencil case.
Catch the train at the station.
A charity is a good cause.
centre British English spelling
There were lots of people in the city centre on Saturday.
I have very little chance of winning.
I might change my mind.
I had to chase my dog through the field.
The food is very cheap in this cafe.
The child was very happy.
The film editor chooses the best shots.
Paris is the capital city of France.
I clean the floor with a mop.
They set out to climb a mountain.
Please close the garden gate.
I like to collect acorns from the trees.

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