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

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

Word list: NAPLAN: P - Common (1)

pair I lost my best pair of shoes.
panic Don't panic if you get lost.
parents Anna's parents bought her a new bike.
passed Hours passed by as I waited.
paw That dog's paw looks very sore.
poor My spelling is poor but getting better.
pour Please will you pour me a drink?
payment I received a payment when I sold my car.
peace A feeling of peace washed over me.
piece Please may I have a piece of cake?
peers The cat peers through the window.
people There are lots of people in the park.
perfect It was a perfect sunny day.
person An author is the person who writes a book.
phone Did you hear the phone ring?
place She won first place in the race.
plastic The picnic cups are made of plastic.

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