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world
Computer technology is changing the world.
worry
Don't worry about me, I'll be fine.
worse
We use exaggeration to make something sound better or worse etc. *
worst
That is the worst burger I have ever tasted.
worth
The watch is worth a lot of money. *
swore
Then she spotted me and swore. *
sword
In the legend King Arthur pulls the sword from the stone.
working
Get fit by working out at the gym.
worried
Fraught means upset and worried.
worship
The clergy preach in places of worship.
swordfish
The swordfish is a deadly looking shark. *
trustworthy
You have to be trustworthy to be a good friend. *
foreword
The foreword is usually placed at the start of a book. *
worthwhile
It is worthwhile thinking about what you want to do before you do it. *
unworkable
If someone doesn´t like to work in a team they become unworkable. *

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