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Study the word list: James - Year 7 - 1

Words you have found difficult this year in English

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A portrait picture is taller than it is wide.
Can I persuade you to have another slice of this cake?
The country prospered under the King's reign.
Tom plans to emigrate to Mexico when he retires.
aeroplane British English spelling
They took the aeroplane to Australia.
The picture showed a peaceful country scene.
Cholera is a terrible disease.

The athlete benefitted from the extra training day. *
She has a very jealous boyfriend.
The height of the Eiffel Tower is 300m.
A peace treaty has been signed at last.
Twenty four is a multiple of six. Other multiples of six include twelve, eighteen and sixty. *
To win the cake you must guess its weight.
Do these letters require an answer?
I keep sneezing and my throat is sore.
Would you like me to fry the eggs or poach them? *
I need a loan to buy my car.
Joanne like playing her Oboe. *

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