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Study the word list: National curriculum tests: Key stage 2

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discover Sara wanted to be an explorer and discover new lands.
mission The spy was sent on a secret mission.
loose For PE lessons, your clothes should be loose and comfortable.
sign The sign showed which way to go.
country China is a large country.
gymnastic Laura won a medal for gymnastics.
edible Not all berries are edible.
posture Sit up straight to improve your posture.
sleigh Karen went on a sleigh ride in Lapland.
delicious Misha ate a delicious chocolate pudding.
scent Dogs can follow the scent of other animals.
illusion The magician performed an illusion.
re-enter Jane had to re-enter the cloakroom to get her gloves.
parachute The skydiver released her parachute.
abundance There is an abundance of blackberries at the end of the summer.
unavoidably Ali was unavoidably late for school.
dissolve First, dissolve the sugar in 300ml of hot water.
ominous The grey clouds looked ominous in the sky.
drawer Omar put the cutlery back in the drawer.
possession Ellen’s gold bracelet was her most treasured possession.

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