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First 20 words which you should know for 11+ English

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Brother
Kate drew a sketch of her brother.
thirteen
Fourteen is the number after thirteen. *
bought
I bought this dress at the new boutique.
above
A swallow was flying up above.
through
He put his arms through the lifebelt.
between
Come and sit between us.
tomorrow
I'll call you again tomorrow.
followed
The hounds followed the scent of the fox.
told
I told you to be quiet.
finally
The group finally reached safety. *
Christmas
Christmas is celebrated on the 25th of December.
Sister
Dad's sister is my aunt.
fourteen
Fifteen is the number after fourteen. *
brought
The lost child was brought back home.
across
We had to wade across the stream.
towards
Global warming constitutes towards climate change.
without
The document is not valid without a signature.
different
In Britain, some spellings are different from the USA.
yesterday
The tide came up much higher yesterday.
heard
Have you heard his latest CD?

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