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Study the word list: Spellbound 4 Week 12

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visible
The vein was visible on his forehead.
invisible
The hills were invisible in the thick mist.
couple
Jack and Jill make a lovely couple.
cousin
My cousin is a teenager and she is in Secondary school. *
metre British English spelling
One hundred centimetres make a metre.
cradle
Each baby was placed in a cradle.
trouble
I had no trouble finding your house because I used Google maps. *
double
Double click to open the document on the computer. *
marble
Please assort the marbles by colour. *
measles
They have been vaccinated against measles.
ramble
We like to ramble through the woods.
arrow
Label means to add detail or names to a diagram or picture, often with a line or arrow. *
barrow

borrow
Could I borrow some milk?
sparrow

shallow
The shallow water is marked by a buoy.
burrow
The animal would burrow deep into the ground. *
yellow
The Swedish flag is blue and yellow.
fellow
That fellow keeps looking at me.
tumble
The child had a tumble and began to cry. *

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