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Study the word list: Mr D SATS 2013

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dinner
There will be a cabaret after dinner.
following
Consecutive means following one after the other. *
picture
Use tacks to fix the picture frame.
sudden
Her sudden death was a great tragedy.
television
He focused on his work without the interference of television.
information
Go to the information desk.
laugh
Don't laugh at my misfortune.
guide
The tour guide led us up the hill.
celebrated
The victorious team celebrated in style.
different
In Britain, some spellings are different from the USA.
kennel
Some dogs live outside in a kennel.
design
Do you like the design of this web site?
caught
The thief was caught in the act.
friends
Only a few friends are coming to the party.
obvious
There was an obvious attraction between the couple.
popular
A popular type of nut is the cashew nut.
alphabet
There are 26 letters in the alphabet.
immediately
The troop of soldiers were told to cease fire immediately.
temperature
The temperature in the desert was over 40 degrees.

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