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Study the word list: St. John s Marlborough Bronze List 8

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Half of sixteen is eight.
To win the cake you must guess its weight.
Their means 'belonging to them.'.
Keep a tight rein on your spending.
The height of the Eiffel Tower is 300m.
The sleigh was pulled by reindeer.
Neither Jim nor Jack is fit to play.
We love foreign travel.
neighbour British English spelling
Their new neighbour was very kind.
I heard the horse neigh from the stable.

A mixture is a mixing together of two or more substances without actually joining them, so that they can be separated again. *
He chose to abstain from alcohol.
Although I'm sick I'll still go to work.
analyse British English spelling
Can you analyse these results for me?
The argument caused chaos in the household.
The assessment of your work will be continuous.
The earth's atmosphere is one-fifth oxygen.
The source of this river is in those hills.
He wrote an analysis of the piece of music.

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