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Study the word list: high frequency - year 5

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above
A swallow was flying up above.
near
We don't want to live near the main road.
such
Are you capable of cooking such a large meal?
across
We had to wade across the stream.
year
I'm going back to Spain next year.
much
How much do you weigh?
rich
The heir to his fortune will be very rich.
which
Which way shall we go?
between
Come and sit between us.
different
In Britain, some spellings are different from the USA.
differently
A homonym is a word that sounds the same but can be spelled differently and has a different meaning. *
following
Consecutive means following one after the other. *
ready
I thought you'd be ready by now.
already
The door is already open.
clothes
Wring out the wet clothes.
head
Head in a northerly direction.
dead
The dead are buried in a cemetery.
death
His death caused terrible grief.
great
There was great relief at the rescue.
greatly
I would greatly appreciate it if you could wipe your feet before coming in to my house. *

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