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next 20 spelling which you should know for 11+ English

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laugh
Don't laugh at my misfortune.
around
He sailed around the world single-handed.
because
I like you because you understand me.
often
Stray cats are often very thin.
necessary
I will be happier with this project when I have finished all necessary modifications. *
minute
Some bugs are too minute to spot with the naked eye.
knew
The police knew he was lying.
believe
I can't believe she has married him.
gradually
She gradually came to understand what the teacher was saying. *
family
Sam comes from a very large family.
whole
I slept for a whole day.
Young
The room was full of young men.
other
Let's walk on the other side of the street.
double
An unsaturated compound has at least one double bond. *
beginning
My hair is beginning to go grey.
anxious
Mum's illness has made the family very anxious.
hour
Jack earns $20 an hour.
swimming
In my leisure time I enjoy swimming.
disappear
The wild horse disappeared over the horizon. *

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