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Study the word list: Spellbound 4 Week 20

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Did you receive my last letter?
Pay the bill and ask for a receipt.
We've painted the ceiling white.
Leitrim is a lovely county. *
I prefer to cycle to work rather than going by bus.
My bicycle needs a new tire.
Sound the horn to warn the cyclist.
Trains are often subject to delay.
The fox will attack a cat to defend her cubs. *
A degree is an award conferred by a college or university signifying that the recipient has satisfactorily completed a course of study.
Even though he was tired he kept running.
Although it was raining, the children still wanted to go out to play. *
The door is already open.
He was almost six feet tall. *
When he dropped the book there was an almighty bang! *
You can have either of these two cakes.
Neither of my friends could come out to play. *
The farmer worked all day on the ranch.
The main branch of tree is called a bough.
The igloo was surprisingly warm and cozy inside. *

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