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Study the word list: Y5 HFW+ homework 17.11.17

For test 24.11.17!

two You can have either of these two cakes.
too We ate far too much last night.
to Let's go to the park. *
through He kicked the ball through the window.
write Please write to me when you go away.
right The football player kicked with his right foot.
how How much do you weigh?
who Who is making cookies? *
for I had pasta and tomato sauce for supper. *
four We need four new shelves for the books.
proudly The children proudly put their art on display. *
ghostly There was a ghostly chill in the air. *
blindly She looked blindly into the black smoke. *
bitterly The marmalade was bitterly tart. *
brightly The sun shone brightly.
spookily School had spookily decorated the hall for the disco. *
adoringly The puppy looked adoringly up at his owner. *
amusingly Amusingly, the ducks slipped on the ice. *
anxiously Students anxiously waited for their exam results. *
certainly It was certainly a hot day today. *

This public word list was created by Robert Wilkinson Academy within the folder Year 5

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