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Study the word list: tricky spelling part 2

Second list of 20 words which you should know for 11+ English.

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walked
After a tiring day, he walked home with a droop.
suddenly
The car suddenly stopped. *
Easter
Children love to get Easter eggs.
mother
The bride's mother was in tears.
fifteen
Fifteen is the number after fourteen. *
should
A balanced diet should contain protein.
almost
She is almost 90 years old. *
any
I can't bear rudeness of any kind.
until
Wait here until I get back.
important
A General is an important army officer.
year
I'm going back to Spain next year.
opened
The family opened a bank account.
watched
When they got home from school the kids watched a cartoon.
probably
That is probably the best pudding I have ever tasted. *
surprise
It was a big surprise when the lion jumped out. *
Father
My father is called Andrew.
thirty
She is thirty years old on her birthday. *
would
James would like an orange juice.
always
My shoes are always shiny.
many
Greece has many ancient ruins.

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