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Study the word list: Year 7 Term 2 Week 3 -oy -oi

Year 7 Term 2 Week 3 -oy -oi

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Let the water boil before making tea.
The car could not overtake the tuck convoy. *
An alloy is a mixture of metals.
The coach was forced to deploy his secret weapon. *
The enjoyment of the day was spoiled by a shower of rain. *
Phil ate a huge bowl of boysenberry flan. *
Don't eat an oyster unless it is fresh.
Why do you have to annoy me?
You need a new joist fitted above that door.
Humidity is the amount of moisture in the air.
The android was left to ponder the follies of human nature. *
Are those sun glasses polaroid? *
The player took a muscle steroid to boost his performance. *
Michaela was a very boisterous young lady. *
In one night, much of Coventry was destroyed. *
The casual farm workers felt exploited by their low wages. *
Billy was told not to loiter outside the boy's toilet. *
The priest had to anoint the baby's head in holy water. *
I heard a very weird noise in the night.

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