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Study the word list: Level 5 wh

SWST Level 5

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whale
The blue whale is the larges mammal.
what
What kind of pizza would you like?
wheat
The farmer was growing a crop of wheat. *
when
When he cut his leg there was a flood of blood.
where
Where have I put my keys?
whether
I haven't decided whether to come.
which
Which way shall we go?
while
Please wait while I make a call.
whine
Why does that dog whine all the time?
whisker
The cat cleaned the milk off her whiskers. *
whisper
Whisper in my ear. *
whistle
The referee blew his whistle at the end of the game.
white
We've painted the ceiling white.
who
See who is at the door.
whole
He read the whole book in one day.
whose
Whose pen is this?
why
Why does that dog whine all the time?
anywhere
I cant find my phone anywhere.
everywhere
God is present everywhere at the same time. *
somewhere
I know I put my keys down round here somewhere. *

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