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We went to the cinema to watch a film. *
catalogue British English spelling
Please send me a copy of your catalogue.
A cactus is a plant. *
You must pay a toll to cross this bridge.
I object to animals performing in a circus.
Sand, cement and stones make concrete.
When you blush your face goes red. *
Fasten your shoe lace before you trip over.
Mr Forth retold the story of Cinderella to her class. *
Paris is the capital city of France.
A catacomb is an underground cemetery.
I looked up at the enormous skyscraper building. *
centimetre British English spelling
The measurement was one centimetre out.

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