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Study the word list: Entry Level 3 (Q-W)

Words that learners at Entry Level 3 are required to read and spell correctly.

Word list: Entry Level 3 (Q-W)

qualification Applicants must have a computer qualification.
qualify She must pass an exam to qualify for that job.
receive Did you receive my last letter?
recent Is that a recent photo?
regular He was my regular tennis partner.
rough The path was rough and rocky.
scheme They were part of a car pooling scheme.
sugar I added sugar to my tea to sweeten it.
suppose I don't want to go but I suppose I must.
therefore The girl did not sleep very well therefore she was tired all day.
thorough This room needs a thorough clean.
though Even though it was sunny, it was not warm.
thumb I have a sore thumb.
tough This meat is far too tough to eat.
treasure They carefully unfolded the treasure map.
various There were various amusements at the carnival.
whistle The referee blew his whistle at the end of the game.

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