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Study the word list: High-frequency words: Phase Four, tricky words.

High-frequency words: Phase Four, tricky words. High frequency words used in the final unit of the starter course.

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said
I don't like the way you said that.
have
Have you sufficient money for a cab home?
like
I don't like the way you said that.
so
The apple is ripe so pick it.
do
Many people do not have sufficient food.
some
The heavy rain caused some flooding.
come
Peter would like to come too.
were
We were deceived by his smooth talk.
there
There was great relief at the rescue.
little
The little chicks went 'cheep, cheep'.
one
There were lots of ducks but only one goose.
when
When will you deign to answer me?
out
Mother weighed out a kilo of flour.
what
What is you view on youth crime?

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