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Study the word list: Government, general

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civil You must speak to others in a civil manner.
commission You will get a basic salary plus commission. *
council The council won't allow any more houses here.
department The sportswear department stocks ski gear.
free There are no rooms free at the hotel.
freedom Democracy, a system of government based on the belief in freedom and equality between citizens, in the US power is held by elected representatives of the people. *
international International is to do with more than one country. *
kingdom There was a ruler of each kingdom. *
liberty The Statue of Liberty is in New York, America. *
population The world's population has reached 7 billion.
public The manor is now open to the public.
tax There is a tax on gas.
elect The poll was to elect a new President.
vote Vote for me at the polls.
welfare I care about the welfare of badly treated horses.

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