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Study the word list: Common words - set 2

Take care with these common words. They are often spelled wrongly.

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could Sam could not recall where he put his key.
should You should put a coat on before you go out.
would Would you like to go for a pizza tonight?
other Let's walk on the other side of the street.
another Tell us another joke.
any I can't bear rudeness of any kind.
anywhere I cant find my phone anywhere.
many I do know many of these words.
friend I to the end will be your friend.
build They wanted to build a house.
people China is the country with the most people.
sure Are you sure you swept this floor?
minute Any minute now the baby will wake up.
woman This woman sailed alone around the world.
because I like you because you understand me.
beautiful That's a beautiful dress you're wearing.

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Learn about these words in Unit 18. Irregular common words – common errors e.g. would, who, does

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