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Study the word list: Samson s Classroom Lists 1- 28

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The quilt is filled with feathers from the eider duck.
may
Please may I have a piece of cake?
over
Can you prove you are over 18?
take
Take a peek at the sleeping baby.
give
To forfeit means to give up.
her
Jane has a new suit for her new job.
open
The manor is now open to the public.
sit
Come and sit between us.
them
Fold your clothes before you pack them.
think
I think he would make a great President.
were
We were deceived by his smooth talk.
your
I to the end will be your friend.
after
After the riot the shops were looted.
any
I can't bear rudeness of any kind.
brown
A moose is a large, dark brown deer.
fall
I don't want to fall off my bike.
how
How much do you weigh?
know
I'm sorry, I don't know your name.
live
The nuns live together in a convent.
stop
I wish my curly hair would stop growing.

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