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Study the word list: 20. Y9 Week 20

Year 9 week 20

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Detroit is known for the manufacture of cars.
The British settlement was established at Sydney Cove. *
A traitor is someone who betrays his country.
The librarian liked people to read quietly. *
When you make measurements there are always uncertainties, you can show these with error bars on your graph. *
The observatory monitors activity from the volcano.
Predator is a person or an animal that hunts a smaller weaker person or animal. *
Good scissors need to be kept sharp.
Children often harass parents for toys. *
You seem to be doing very well at this course.
Coarse means rough, or not fine.
A charity is a good cause.

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