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Study the word list: St. John s Marlborough Bronze List 14

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bought
I bought this dress at the new boutique.
brought
The lost child was brought back home.
drought
A drought is a long period of time with no rain.
fought
The swordsmen fought a duel.
nought
Nought means nothing. (US spelling: naught).
thought
I thought you'd be ready by now.
properly
He took elocution lessons in order to speak properly. *
probably
That is probably the best pudding I have ever tasted. *
always
My shoes are always shiny.
usual
That's not my usual place! *
usually
Puppies are usually excitable.
favourite British English spelling
His favourite lesson is Spanish.
beneath
The tourists stood beneath the arch.
buried
The dead are buried in a cemetery.
business
Development of new business is vital to an economy.
caught
The thief was caught in the act.
chocolate
I ate too much chocolate.
climb
They set out to climb Mount Everest.
column
You can't support a building with just one column.
concentration

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