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chocolate
I ate too much chocolate.
cheese
The old cheese was covered in mould.
exactly
Factor - also called a divisor - is a whole number that divides exactly into another number. *
suddenly
The car suddenly stopped. *
kitchen
A dishwasher is a kitchen appliance.
smashed
John smashed the window, consequently he was in trouble. *
hated
James hated marmalade on his toast. *
Snake
Not all snake bites are poisonous.
nicked
A pink and green octopus nicked my mate's bag. *
flown
The bird had flown to many places in its life. *
marmalade
Lots of people enjoy marmalade on toast for their breakfast. *
escaped
They sought the escaped prisoner.
lunch
Have a biscuit with your lunch.
himself
He chose to seclude himself from the others.
spray
He uses an aerosol spray. *
heard
Have you heard his latest CD?
swallow
A swallow was flying up above.
freshly
I love the smell of a freshly baked loaf. *
totally
We are totally in control and composed. *
lunch
Have a biscuit with your lunch.

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