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Study the word list: First 100 High Frequency Words Set 2

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that
I don't like the way you said that.
with
Dig up the garden weeds with a hoe.
all
Your sad story had us all in tears.
we
Which way shall we go?
can
You can have either of these two cakes.
are
Job vacancies are listed in the paper.
up
That child is getting up to mischief again.
had
The new movie has had poor reviews.
her
Jane has a new suit for her new job.
what
What are you wearing that hat for?
there
Don't put it here, put it over there.
out
Mother weighed out a kilo of flour.
this
Please give this task your immediate attention.
have
What have I done with my car keys?
went
A group of youths went to the beach.
Be
The heir to his fortune will be very rich.
like
What kind of pizza would you like?
some
Would you like some fish and chips?
so
I'm tired so I'm going to bed.

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