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Study the word list: CHILTON LIST 9A

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mouse
I control my computer with a mouse.
something
Something Very unusual is extraordinary.
bed
I'm tired so I'm going to bed.
May
Please may I have a piece of cake?
still
'Aye' is an old way of saying 'yes', still used in Scotland.
found
Protein is found in meat, fish and cheese.
live
The nuns live together in a convent.
say
Say shoo to get rid of the birds.
much
How much do you weigh?
suddenly
The car suddenly stopped. *
told
I told you to be quiet.
another
Tell us another joke.
great
There was great relief at the rescue.
why
Why does that dog whine all the time?
cried
The pupil cried when he saw that school was open. *
keep
Keep a tight rein on your spending.
room
The room was full of young men.
last
Did you receive my last letter?
jumped
She jumped up and down. *
because
The joke wasn't funny because it was crude.

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