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Study the word list: St. John s Marlborough Bronze List 13

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humble

grumble
Grandad will grumble about everything. *
bicycle
My bicycle needs a new tire.
impossible
It's impossible to hear you.
terrible
There was a terrible hurricane.
horribly

people
China is the country with the most people.
chuckle
He gave a chuckle at the joke.
stumble

dimple

tremble

title
An heir, is the person who will get someone's title or property after their death. *
ample
He set off for his destination in ample time.
amble

audible
She spoke so softly that she was barely audible.
audience
The audience ignored the speaker.
autumn
The leaves turn to gold in autumn.
beautiful
That's a beautiful dress you're wearing.
beginning
My hair is beginning to go grey.
believe
I can't believe she has married him.

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