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Study the word list: NAPLAN: D - Challenging

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

Word list: NAPLAN: D - Challenging

debris There was debris everywhere after the window smashed.
deficient I live in a cold place, so I need to make sure I am not deficient in Vitamin D.
definite There is no definite proof that this will happen.
dependency The dependency ratio is the balance between people who work and those who depend upon them (e.g. children, elderly, unemployed).
desperate I'm desperate for something to eat.
disadvantageously They were treated disadvantageously compared to others in the class.
discipline The teacher had a consistent approach to discipline.
dramatically The car crashed into the wall dramatically.

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