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Study the word list: Glas words week starting 17th June

Words used in Glas lesson re buildings

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church
The bridegroom was late for church.
cinema
We went to the cinema to watch a film. *
commercial
Christmas has become a commercial holiday.
community
The councils new plans aroused some anger in the community.
courthouse
The judge was in the courthouse. *
development
Development of new business is vital to an economy.
factory
A consignment of goods was sent from the factory.
library
This library was well conceived.
gurdwara
They pray at the gurdwara. *
hospital
He went to hospital so they could mend his wound.
hotel
There are no rooms free at the hotel.
recreational
The recreational ground is used by a lot of people. *
religious
The festival of lights is a religious festival. *
rural
These are common features of a rural area. *
restaurant
We all love to go to the restaurant. *
urban
The population is more fluid in urban areas. *
worship
You can worship at the church. *
structure
The structure was not safe. *
station
Catch the train at the station.

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