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Study the word list: Year 6 Spring Term Week 9

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The Scout troop camped in the woods.
I was hopeful about the result. *
A day is so much nicer when it is sunny. *
There is a cold breeze today.
My hair is beginning to go grey.
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Ballet dancers do hours of practice each day.
To my amazement, he arrived on time.
A thriller is an exciting or mysterious story, often about crime or spying. *
They had the wildest time at the theme park. *
Garth parked his car carefully.
Head in a northerly direction.
It was difficult to focus on the moving car.
Sit on the opposite side.
She gradually came to understand what the teacher was saying. *
She is almost 90 years old. *
Parents and staff alike were excited about the summer school production. *
A crocodile is a very dangerous creature.
The wild horse disappeared over the horizon. *
I can't believe she has married him.

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