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muscle
He's pulled a muscle in his leg.
descent
They began their descent at dawn.
calmly

answer
When will you deign to answer me?
height
The height of the Eiffel Tower is 300m.
reference
If you are stuck, use the instruction book for reference.
government
The government cuts will affect everyone.
deafening
The noise from the class was deafening. *
February
February is the second month of the year. *
combed

similar
A comparative creates a better picture of something by judging how similar or different it is to something else. *
frightening
It was frightening to hear the storm blowing outside. *
secretary

widening

category
If my job were in a category it would be finance.
literature
Literature involves novels, plays, poetry and other forms of creative writing. *
jewellery British English spelling
The king wore a lot of jewellery.
desperate
I'm desperate for a long cold drink.
dictionary
Find the meaning of words in the dictionary.
mathematics
Geometry is a branch of mathematics that deals with lines, angles and shapes. *

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