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obliged
You have to do something, you are obliged to do it. *
centre British English spelling
The middle of somewhere is called the centre. *
learn
People go to college to learn new things. *
borrow
To take something and give it back after means to borrow. *
quiet
When there is not much noise, it is quiet. *
internet
If you are online, you are using the internet. *
printer
Use a printer to print photos or documents you need. *
machine
A machine is an electronic device that helps people. *
headphones
I used a set of headphones to listen to music. *
newspaper
Read a newspaper every day to find out what is happening in the world. *
purchase
A formal word for buy is purchase. *
stationery
Pens, pencils, paper and rulers are all types of stationery. *
fine
If you do a bad thing, your punishment might be that you need to pay money, this is called a fine. *
college
You are all students at Peterborough Regional college. *

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