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Study the word list: Year 6 Spring Term Week 4

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I thought you'd be ready by now.
They found themselves in the centre of a storm.
They had to advertise to find their missing cat. *
A zebra has black and white stripes.
It took several attempts to get the car started. *
The injured man used a crutch.
In the foreseeable future.
It was a big surprise when the lion jumped out. *
The bodice of her wedding dress fitted perfectly.
In my leisure time I enjoy swimming.
Can you change these coins into notes?
A tapestry is a fabric upon which coloured threads are woven by hand to produce a design, often pictorial; like the Bayeux Tapestry. *
We all admired the wood-carver's technique.
Polar Bears are vanishing from the world. *
Buildings are designed by architects.
A well known person is a celebrity.
A Government is the agency or apparatus through which a governing individual or body functions and exercises authority. *
The judge said it was a very serious crime.
You should aim to complete all work regardless of distractions. *

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