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Unstressed vowel words

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generally
It is generally accepted that regular exercise is good for you. *
poisonous
Not all snake bites are poisonous.
separate
Can you separate those fighting dogs?
boundary
Don't play outside of the school's boundary.
original
An original is always beter than a fake. *
different
In Britain, some spellings are different from the USA.
frightening
It was frightening to hear the storm blowing outside. *
offering

interest
You will see a range of interesting artefacts in a museum. *
secretary

business
Development of new business is vital to an economy.
difference
Subtract is to take away one number from another; other words include minus or find the difference. *
company
The company president has resigned.
Centre
They found themselves in the centre of a storm.
general
A General is an important army officer.
family
The family took a ride in a hot-air balloon.

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