Spelling list: Word list: m - p

Word list from The National Curriculum in England.

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marvellous British English spelling We had a marvellous time on holiday.
mischievous He is not malicious, just a little mischievous. *
muscle He's pulled a muscle in his leg.
necessary I will be happier with this project when I have finished all necessary modifications. *
neighbour British English spelling Their new neighbour was very kind.
nuisance Their new television was a nuisance.
occupy They should occupy the house immediately.
occur Dreams occur when you are asleep.
opportunity This is a great opportunity to get some work experience. *
parliament She's standing for election to Parliament.
persuade Can I persuade you to have another slice of this cake?
physical Physical exercise is good for your health.
prejudice It is wrong to show prejudice against people who are different.
privilege It was a great privilege to work with the artist.
profession My profession is a teacher. *
programme British English spelling Every programme on TV this week has been recorded.
pronunciation Correct pronunciation of words is essential.

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