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could
We could hear the wolves howling.
should
You should put a coat on before you go out.
would
Would you like to go for a pizza tonight?
right
We don't drive on the right in England.
two
The two of us will go together.
four
He has read four books in a week.
goes
Jack goes to the pub every Saturday.
does
Why does this word look strange?
made
Wine is made from grapes.
their
Their means 'belonging to them.'.
once
I'll only tell you once.
upon
Angie started to depend upon him for money.
always
My shoes are always shiny.
also
Jack's son is also called Jack.
of
The height of the Eiffel Tower is 300m.
Eight
Half of sixteen is eight.
love
This letter comes with all my love.
cover
Cover it up until it heals.
after
The month of June comes after May.
every
Brush your teeth every day to prevent decay.

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