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Study the word list: NAPLAN: C - Challenging

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

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camouflage
A chameleon is able to camouflage itself.
changeable
The weather will be changeable.
colloquial
We speak to each other in a colloquial manner.
colossal
The thieves stole a colossal amount of money.
column
You can't support a building with just one column.
complementary
Our talents are different but complementary.
conscience
My conscience is completely clear.
conscious
I was conscious of the sounds around me.
consequence
There will be a consequence if you don't study for your exam.
consequently
You didn't study for your exam, consequently you may not be happy with your result.
controversial
The referee's decision was controversial.
controversy
The referee's decision caused controversy.
correspond
I prefer to correspond via text or email.
courageous
Someone who is courageous shows courage.
cylinder
The sculpture was made from a concrete cylinder.

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