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Study the word list: Mackenzie Year 5 Autumn Wk 3

Mackenzie Year 5 Autumn Wk 3

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arrogant
Being arrogant is an unattractive quality. *
distant
His ancestors were hunters in the distant past.
elegant
She wore an elegant dress.
brilliant
I have a brilliant driving instructor.
assistance
Would you like my assistance while you shop?
reluctance
There was a reluctance to protest.
importance
It is with great importance we listen in class. *
important
A General is an important army officer.
extravagancy
Two puddings is an extravagancy. *
dominancy
He didn´t want to lose his dominancy at chess. *
conscious
She was conscious of what she said to her mother.
controversy
The referee's decision caused controversy. *
convenience
We can arrange a meeting at your convenience.
correspond
I like to correspond with school via email. *
definite
Is it definite that Jim is coming?

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