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Study the word list: SATs - 19th March

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stationary
Our train was stationary for over an hour.
poisonous
Not all snake bites are poisonous.
separate
Can you separate those fighting dogs?
affectionate
He's a very affectionate child.
boundary
Don't play outside of the school's boundary.
acoustics

apologies

suspicion

original
An original is always beter than a fake. *
anonymous
I wonder who sent this anonymous letter.
average
The teacher calculated the average test score for the class.
Nation
The French are said to be a nation of food lovers.
generally
It is generally accepted that regular exercise is good for you. *
answer
When will you deign to answer me?
Wednesday
He was sixty years old on Wednesday. *
January
It is colder in January than June. *
mortgage
We'll ask the bank for a bigger mortgage for a new house.
campaign
Will you support my campaign for better food?
whistle
The referee blew his whistle at the end of the game.
muscle
He's pulled a muscle in his leg.

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