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Study the word list: SET 22 10-11

SET 22 10 - 11

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metre British English spelling
He ran the 100 metres in 9.8 seconds.
theatre British English spelling
We could hear the laughter from outside the theatre. *
spectre British English spelling
Spectre is another word for ghost.
The basket was full of edible treats. *

Is this cable long enough to reach the TV?
Please take the trouble to get things done well.
Jane was confused and got into a muddle. *
centre British English spelling
They found themselves in the centre of a storm.

All the family took part in the treasure hunt.
The special effects are incredible.
I heard the horse neigh from the stable.
The table was full of delicious food.
Many people do not have sufficient food.
We saw a large beetle fly by today.

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