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Avoiding errors

 goodbye dinner 
 weekend quiz
 giraffe literature
 kangaroo engineer
 traffic inhabitant
 envelope        language     
 address hazard
 marriage chance

 full of beauty => beautiful (ONE 'L')   BUT  'beautifully' (TWO)
 This bird is beautiful.  It sings beautifully.


 Pedro speaks good German. 
 The Irish  /  An Italian film.

 I'll come back next Saturday.
 Mark's birthday is at the end of April.

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Last   Tom went to the zoo. He could see  lions sleeping under an oak.

 He took a photograph of a  that was eating leaves up high on a tree.

He was a bit surprised to discover how far a red was able to jump,

and amused by the faces and acrobatics of monkeys.

 After their , Ann's sister and Fred went on their honeymoon.

 Now they are back home and Ann wants to invite them to .

 She is looking forward to seeing the photos of their  trip.

 She writes a letter, puts it into an

 on which she writes her sister's name and  .

Then in the top right-hand corner she sticks a stamp.


 At the beginning of the Little Ice Age, the Vikings left  Greenland and the Inuits

 were the only  of the island for several centuries.

Herschel was a composer and astronomer.

In 1781 he discovered Uranus by and became famous.

Alfred Nobel - chemist, and innovator - is the inventor of dynamite.

He is now well-known for the 'Nobel Prizes.'

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