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Study the word list: Group 2 List 22

The o sound spelt with the letter a after the letters w and qu.

want We don't want to live near the main road.
quantity A large quantity of fruit was found in the truck.
watch We'll watch that quiz next.
squash Squash the box flat before putting it in the bin.
washing This washing machine is the latest model.
quality This garden soil is good quality.
wasp Walter was stung by a wasp.
qualify She must pass an exam to qualify for that job.
wand Harry Potter had a magic wand.
quarrel A small quarrel could be called a squabble.
wander As I wander along by the river I think about what lessons to teach. *
quarry Stone for building is cut from a quarry.
wallet He has a wallet full of $100 bills.
squadron The squadron pilots took off together.
warrant The police had a warrant to search the house.
squad The disposal squad quickly defused the bomb.
swap Will you swap some of your cards for mine?
swallow A swallow was flying up above.

This public word list was created by Kilburn Junior School within the folder Year 3 Team Courage

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