Spelling list: Key Stage 3: PSHE: abl - enc

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able My grandpa is still very able despite his age.
ability The course is suitable for pupils of all abilities.
achieve He wanted to achieve good grades in school.
achievement The win was a great achievement.
addict He is a drug addict. *
addiction Taking drugs can lead to an addiction. *
approve Do you approve of violence? *
approval Sometimes you must get approval prior to submitting an order to purchasing. *
communication During the selection process you will have to show good communication skills. *
control I control my computer with a mouse.
dependant He has no dependants to inherit his fortune.
dependency His dependency was great. *
discipline The young men had no discipline.
discussion Everything in the contract was open for discussion.
effort Winning requires great effort. *
emotion The film contained scenes of strong emotion.
emotional He made an emotional appeal for information.
encourage You need to encourage people to work to their best. *
encouragement Her family gave her encouragement to succeed.

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