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Study the word list: First 100 High frequency words set 1

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the
Pay the bill and ask for a receipt.
and
Pay the bill and ask for a receipt.
A
I control my computer with a mouse.
to
I'd like to read that book.
said
You asked me and I said 'No'.
IN
Protein is found in meat, fish and cheese.
He
When he cut his leg there was a flood of blood.
I
In my leisure time I enjoy swimming.
of
The height of the Eiffel Tower is 300m.
IT
The apple is ripe so pick it.
was
There was great relief at the rescue.
you
Did you receive my last letter?
they
They serve the best steak in town.
on
I am typing on my computer keyboard.
she
The costume she wore was beautiful.
is
The apple is ripe so pick it.
for
Let's all go for a long walk.
At
There was great relief at the rescue.
his
A proficient person does his job well.
but
There were lots of ducks but only one goose.

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