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accelerate
Good drivers accelerate carefully.
accommodation
A hotel provides accommodation. *
across
Row the boat across the river.
address
My Address is where I live. *
advertisement
I saw an advertisement for a new drink.
affect
The government cuts will affect everyone.
effect
The stage lighting had a magical effect.
beginning
The first scene of the play comes at the beginning. *
believe
I don't believe a single word you said.
character
I like a person with a friendly character.
college
Do you want to go to college or university?
committee
The committee meet today.
conscience
My conscience is completely clear.
definite
Is it definite that Jim is coming?
desperate
I'm desperate for a long cold drink.
disappointment
Let's book so there won't be disappointment on the day. *
embarrassed
I was so embarrassed when I tripped over the dog. *
except
I'll eat anything except bananas.
exercise
Exercise is beneficial to your health.

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