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Word list from The National Curriculum in England.

bargain My new camera was a real bargain.
bruise I was tackled in football and now I have a bruise.
category If my job were in a category it would be finance.
cemetery A catacomb is an underground cemetery.
committee The committee meet today.
communicate We need to communicate more. *
community The councils new plans aroused some anger in the community.
competition Emily was the first entrant in the competition.
conscience My conscience is completely clear.
conscious She was conscious of what she said to her mother.
controversy There was great controversy about whether to have a school tuck shop. *
convenience We can arrange a meeting at your convenience.
correspond Poor health rates usually correspond to the unemployment figure.
critic The critic gave the show a good review.
criticise British English spelling He was wrong to criticise the performance of his team.
curiosity My cat is full of curiosity. *

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