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Primary 5 Henry Park SA2 Prelim English Paper 2020 Teaching Guide and Study Plan

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Mood Board for 2020 P5 SA2 Henry Park English Paper

Special relationships with our animals. We work easier with animals around.
Plastic Waste is becoming a problem for Earth.
Family of otters
Leopards are magnificent but endangered animals.

Videos for Questions 16-20. 3 Lions saved a girl from being kidnapped.

Lions guarding a girl
A Beluga whale retrieving a handphone dropped by a girl into the water.

Videos for Question 29-38. Plastics are becoming a problem for us.

Plastics ending up in the ocean
What is microplastics?
We are eating micro plastics.
Plastics are killers.
What we do with our trash in Singapore

Question 29-38. Otters in Singapore.

Otters are doing well in Singapore.
What you can find at Sungei Buloh.

Videos for Questions 51-65 Lizards and what they are.

Chameleons and lizards sees in colour
Lizards in Singapore by BBC

Question 71-80 Leopards and Extinction.

The author and him explaining why he wrote the story.
Leopards are black too.

Class discussions:

  • There’s a need to make our world a better place for animals and plants. We might be taking too much of their land and poaching with our need for more resources. Are there ways we can solve this? Can we live and coexist with animals?
  • Extinction of animals caused by poaching. Why do people poach? Who are the poachers? Also there are hunters killing animals for fun as a sport. Is it really a sport? Why do people still do it?
  • Plastic in the sea is killing a lot of animals. Find out more about what is happening to this problem.

Enrichment Score: 75%

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Information and Study Programme for Pri 5 Henry Park English SA2 Prelim Paper 2020.

Vocabulary List to be learnt before attempting this paper.

  1. relief
  2. courage
  3. approachable
  4. took to
  5. took in
  6. took up
  7. took after
  8. outwit
  9. task
  10. strategy
  11. challenge
  12. like a raging bull
  13. like a moth to a flame
  14. like a cat on hot bricks
  15. like ripples from a stone thrown in a pond
  16. subsided
  17. debris
  18. intruding
  19. inquisitive
  20. interfering
  21. informative
  22. fatal
  23. ruthless
  24. empathy
  25. protected
  26. retreated
  27. testimony
  28. unthinkable
  29. strict
  30. hostile
  31. severe
  32. vicious
  33. option
  34. motive
  35. consent
  36. restricted
  37. influenced
  38. concerned
  39. evade
  40. withdrew
  41. abandoned
  42. response
  43. allegation
  44. statement
  45. discussion
  46. heritage
  47. rediscover
  48. organiser
  49. re-live
  50. unveil
  51. oasis
  52. peace
  53. tranquil
  54. cuisine
  55. maze
  56. documented
  57. serenity
  58. ambience
  59. sacred
  60. incorporate
  61. architecture
  62. enchanted
  63. cultural
  64. showcasing
  65. depart
  66. dismissal
  67. indulge
  68. entails
  69. assemble
  70. asterisk
  71. emphasise
  72. origin
  73. inspired
  74. aspects
  75. recycle
  76. offshore
  77. alternative
  78. consequence
  79. contributor
  80. curb
  81. territory
  82. habitat
  83. conducive
  84. wetlands
  85. inhabit
  86. regulate
  87. metabolism
  88. chameleon
  89. unique
  90. panoramic
  91. independently
  92. trials
  93. opponent
  94. ravine
  95. abundance
  96. emerge
  97. haven
  98. sanctuary
  99. leisurely
  100. accustomed
  101. stroll
  102. amplified
  103. extinction
  104. deforestation
  105. conclusion
  106. partially

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Primary 5 CHIJ St Nicholas Girls’ SA2 Prelim English Paper 2020 Teaching Guide and Study Plan

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Mood Board for 2020 P5 SA2 CHIJ St Nicholas Girls’ English Paper

Gardening. Qn21-28
Eat Healthy Qn29-38
Go try the hurdles Qn39-50
At an airport Qn71-80

Videos for Questions 16-20. Tham Luang Cave Rescue.

Tham Luang Cave Rescue

Videos for Question 21-28. Gardening in Singapore with little space.

How a teen grew her own veggies in land scarce Singapore and so can you.
Gardening in Singapore reduces stress? The whole Singapore is a garden… lets reduce the stress for all.

Question 29-38. Eating Healthy and How it helps.

This is published on 2nd May 2021. Let’s see how many years down that this becomes a common sight in all our homes.
Super food? What are they? Do they exist?

Videos for Question 39-50. Hurdles, athletics, in Singapore and what is it?

How to learn hurdles in athletics?
Do something you love and practice hard, and the rest will take care of itself.

Videos for Questions 51-65 A panic attack.

A history of how letter is written and sent in the 18th Century.
How to keep calm under pressure. Take a deep breathe, and dive in.

Question 71-80 Changi Terminal 4.

How we built Changi Terminal 4.
The latest addition, Jewel Changi Airport Singapore
Travelling changed for 2020 and the Covid Pandemic hit us unawares. Let’s dust off and get this out of the way.

Class discussions:

  • Discuss the dangers of being stuck in a cave, the lack of food and its effect, the lack of drinking water and its effect and what it takes to rescue someone.
  • Gardening is becoming a popular past time. Why do you think it is becoming popular?
  • Home cooked meals or run out to dabao home some food? Now that we have apps that cater to home delivery, access to any and every type of food can be delivered to you within the hour. Discuss the pros and cons.
  • Are there such a thing as a late bloomer? Or maybe the potential is always there but we need to find that piece of treasure hidden within us. Can we find that quicker so we can start shining earlier in life?
  • Are you having anxiety attacks? How do we lower our stress levels? Or is it manage our levels? Is stress a good thing? When does it become bad? Discuss.
  • What places makes you excited when you visit it? Now that Covid pandemic has stopped a lot of touring and travelling, are there ways we can have that same level of excitement visiting alternate places in Singapore?

Enrichment Score: 79%

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Information and Study Programme for Pri 5 CHIJ St Nicholas Girls’ English SA2 Prelim Paper 2020.

Vocabulary List to be learnt before attempting this paper.

  1. ransacked
  2. bring up
  3. bring out
  4. bring round
  5. bring forward
  6. situation
  7. sibsided
  8. mounted
  9. rickety
  10. cautiously
  11. considerately
  12. conscientiously
  13. indirect
  14. indistinct
  15. inaudible
  16. led by the nose
  17. played second fiddle
  18. blew his own trumpt
  19. forecast
  20. rice paddies
  21. haunt
  22. explore
  23. nook and cranny
  24. ventured
  25. stashing
  26. clambered
  27. frantic
  28. dashed
  29. combed
  30. weaved
  31. scrambled
  32. meagre
  33. adequate
  34. intermittent
  35. accommodation
  36. hangout
  37. retreat
  38. checking in
  39. checking off
  40. checking out
  41. checking up on
  42. horrified
  43. stupefied
  44. anxiety
  45. combat
  46. contribute
  47. edible
  48. foster
  49. green thumb
  50. climate
  51. requirements
  52. management
  53. participants
  54. sow
  55. stem cuttings
  56. harvest
  57. globe
  58. nutrient
  59. convenient
  60. fulfilling
  61. obvious
  62. scarcity
  63. fortunate
  64. import
  65. venture
  66. seasonally
  67. appreciate
  68. vast
  69. reflect on
  70. pre-grown
  71. conducted
  72. bullet points
  73. parental
  74. homegrown
  75. fulfilling
  76. brochure
  77. domestically
  78. protein
  79. processed meat
  80. ready meals
  81. lasagne
  82. casserole
  83. from scratch
  84. research
  85. fibre
  86. digestive
  87. steer clear
  88. marked
  89. self-confessed
  90. encounter
  91. recall
  92. sprinting
  93. potential
  94. character
  95. excel
  96. niche
  97. valuable
  98. nervous
  99. anxiety
  100. ashamed
  101. skill
  102. jolt
  103. contrast
  104. marathon
  105. successful
  106. cat on hot bricks
  107. exclaim
  108. marvelled
  109. adorned
  110. stern
  111. reprimanded
  112. subsequently
  113. snapped
  114. uttered
  115. gleefully
  116. eager
  117. tour guide
  118. features
  119. automated
  120. screening
  121. over-indulged
  122. plush
  123. lounge
  124. options
  125. spree
  126. obstacles
  127. misbehave
  128. bloated
  129. fatigue
  130. overwhelm
  131. tensed

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Primary 6 SCGS SA2 Prelim English Paper 2020 Teaching Guide and Study Plan

Parents, Tutors and Teacher’s English Resource. Primary 6 SCGS SA2 Prelim Paper 2020 Teaching Guide and Study Plan to be used in conjunction with past year examination papers.

Mood Board for 2020 SA2 SCGS English Paper

Old Shophouses that are still in Singapore
Knitting a sweater
Let’s organise and declutter your home.
Your robot nanny, coming soon.

Videos for Questions 16-20. A walk around Telok Ayer area in Singapore.

Telok Ayer walking in 4K

Videos for Question 21-28. Organic farming in Singapore and high tech approach.

How we can improve our farming methods in land scarce Singapore.
What exactly does it mean to be organic?
Is vertical farming eco-friendly and the answer to food security in the future?

Videos for Question 29-38. Silverfish and what they do

Silverfish can be a pest. But what are they and are they really a pest?

Videos for Questions 39-50 Writing a letter.

A history of how letter is written and sent in the 18th Century.
Something even I need to improve on… especially difficult for a left hander.

Question 51-65 How to organise and make it simpler by Marie Kondo.

Marie Kondo built an empire from organising and declutter.

Question 71-80. Robots closer to our home than ever.

This is published on 2nd May 2021. Let’s see how many years down that this becomes a common sight in all our homes.
Introducing the “Trolley Problem”, what would a robot do and what would you do? Let’s have a discussion.
The Trolley Problem. Learn more and the difference that changes due to psychological and moral choices. How do we chose? How do we process this?
But we are already having this problem with AI as there are cars that decide what to do in a “Trolley Problem” situation and there are fatal crashes involving self-driving cars in other countries.

Class discussions:

  • How important is heritage? Why should we preserve our heritage buildings?
  • Writing letters are becoming a lost art with the use of emails and electronic messaging systems. Is there a need to learn letter writing anymore?
  • Farming in Singapore is now more important then ever with Covid pandemic showing us food security is an issue not to be taken lightly. What else can we do to improve our situation in resource and land scarce Singapore? Also, talk about organic food and the advantageous/disadvantageous from food that might have pesticides.
  • Pests can be a problem, but why do they exist? Are they truly pests or is it just an inconvenience to humans? They probably exist for a good reason. What are they?
  • Robots are working at factories in place of human. What are the advantages and disadvantages? Also, AI (artificial intelligence) will take a bigger space in our future life, so what are the advantages and disadvantages that this might bring, after watching the videos about the Trolley Problem?

Enrichment Score: 79%

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Information and Study Programme for Pri 6 SCGS English SA2 Prelim Paper 2020.

Vocabulary List to be learnt before attempting this paper.

  1. discipline
  2. pleaded
  3. desperate
  4. peer
  5. interaction
  6. anxiety
  7. coping
  8. contributed
  9. deprived
  10. regulated
  11. enlivened
  12. deteriorate
  13. zestful
  14. dynamic
  15. immobile
  16. energetic
  17. amid
  18. relief
  19. agony
  20. misery
  21. aggravation
  22. fell out
  23. fell over
  24. fell behind
  25. fell through
  26. enthusiast
  27. ban
  28. inactively
  29. zealously
  30. lethargic
  31. half-hearted
  32. quaint
  33. immigrant
  34. designate
  35. significant
  36. enchanted
  37. settlers
  38. sightseer
  39. primitive
  40. trivial
  41. specific
  42. unveil
  43. unload
  44. unwind
  45. unleash
  46. organic
  47. harvest
  48. free-roam
  49. reservation
  50. retreat
  51. allergy
  52. silverfish
  53. nocturnal
  54. assumption
  55. moulting
  56. husk
  57. eradicate
  58. adept
  59. humidifiers
  60. declutter
  61. consultant
  62. discard
  63. intention
  64. prosperity
  65. visualise
  66. practical
  67. pertaining
  68. woe
  69. monitor
  70. trustworthy
  71. caregiver
  72. enthusiastic
  73. mingle
  74. retorted
  75. sales representative
  76. technician
  77. gleeful
  78. trial
  79. matron
  80. agape
  81. intimidating
  82. boomed
  83. chirpy
  84. rebooted
  85. commanded
  86. macaroni soup
  87. hilarious
  88. analyse
  89. situation
  90. competent
  91. hire
  92. hefty
  93. penalty
  94. contract
  95. depth
  96. stomp
  97. haughtily
  98. swift
  99. characteristic

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Primary 6 Raffles SA2 Prelim Paper 2020 Teaching Guide and Study Plan

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Question 16-20 Trading in modern times with computers instead of writing
Question 29-38 Take a nap to rejuvenate
Question 39-50 Koalas licked trees to drink water
Question 71-80. Apple Orchards with people picking some

Videos for Questions 16-20. Passage on Summerians Mesopotamia (now northern Iraq).

The rise and fall of Mesopotamia. A short history of the Summerians.
Our language now came from a vast network of knowledge and cultures.

Videos for Question 21-28. How we can help in animal conservation.

We all can be part of the conservation of wildlife.
Even in Singapore, we can do something to help wildlife to thrive.

Videos for Question 29-38. Taking naps, yay or nay?

Sleep expert gives advice on whether you should nap or not. Customise sleep to your life.

Videos for Questions 39-50 Koalas needs our help too.

An introduction to Koalas and their life in Australia.
When the environment becomes too hot, Koalas have to be saved during wildfires.

Question 51-65 Honey Badgers can ruin your day if you cross their path, even if you are a lion.

Honey badgers are tough cookies and they are built like tanks.

Question 71-80. Apple and Pear Orchards in Australia

Singaporean goes on a trip to Australia and visits an apple orchard
A quick tour of Melbourne, Australia.
How a weather balloon can fly that high.
How you can get back to earth from the edge of space using a balloon.

Class discussions:

  • Why do we need diversity in languages and cultures on Earth? Would a single universal language be better or worse?
  • Are zoos actually good for animals and wildlife conservation? Can we do without zoos? What other alternatives can you think of?
  • Napping, do we need to nap? Why do we sleep? How much sleep do we need to be able to do all the things we have to do in school and achieve excellent results?
  • The Earth is getting warmer and Australia have been having heatwaves that causes forest fires that devastate the wildlife and towns/cities. What can we do in Singapore to help them?
  • If a weather balloon can reach the edge of space, why can’t we get astronauts into space with weather balloons? What is the science that is stopping us from doing that? (hint: google angular velocity to escape earth’s gravity)

Enrichment Score: 80%

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Information and Study Programme for Pri 6 Raffles SA2 Prelim Paper 2020.

Vocabulary List to be learnt before attempting this paper.

  1. hollered
  2. excessively
  3. renovation
  4. assignment
  5. rehearsal
  6. tolerant
  7. measures
  8. implement
  9. fell off
  10. fell down
  11. fell behind
  12. fell through
  13. fictitious
  14. romantic
  15. counterfeit
  16. worthy
  17. reckless
  18. undaunted
  19. fervently
  20. longingly
  21. incessantly
  22. monotonously
  23. flourished
  24. expanses
  25. pictographs
  26. assisted
  27. destination
  28. impressed
  29. stylus
  30. concepts
  31. complex
  32. financial
  33. transactions
  34. elaborate
  35. phonograms
  36. convey
  37. precise
  38. thrived
  39. aided
  40. stalled
  41. yielded
  42. marked
  43. labelled
  44. chiselled
  45. competent
  46. mounting
  47. endangered
  48. extinct
  49. dwindling
  50. captivity
  51. resemble
  52. sanctuaries
  53. established
  54. depleting
  55. sustainable
  56. regulations
  57. policies
  58. conservation
  59. contribute
  60. ambassadors
  61. unleash
  62. artistes
  63. artists
  64. volunteer
  65. overwhelming
  66. productive
  67. cognitive
  68. reaction
  69. motor learning
  70. pathways
  71. significantly
  72. rejuvenated
  73. heatwave
  74. conservation
  75. attitude
  76. invasive
  77. foremost
  78. derived
  79. hibernating
  80. settlements
  81. nocturnal
  82. crevices
  83. tenacity
  84. vigilance
  85. suburb
  86. roaming
  87. interference
  88. patrolling
  89. revelled
  90. authority
  91. wandering
  92. enthralled
  93. inspection
  94. remnants
  95. bureau
  96. meteorology
  97. souvenir
  98. accompanied
  99. disinterested
  100. possession
  101. phenomenal

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Primary 6 Nanyang SA2 Prelim Paper 2020 Teaching Guide and Study Plan

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Question 16-20 Radioactivity and Marie Curie
Question 39-50 The joys of reading.
Question 51-65 Drink water from the tap in Singapore instead to save money.
Question 71-80 Fishing with nets frustrated Radin.

Videos for Questions 16-20. Marie Curie and her work to achieve two Nobel Prize.

Marie Curie is a brilliant Nobel Prize winner in Chemistry for discovery of the elements polonium and radium.
A pictorial biography of Marie Curie

Videos for Question 21-28. Museums of Singapore

Kayaking in Singapore and the enthusiasts.

Videos for Question 29-38. Volunteering and helping others.

Volunteering and helping others, what we all can do to help.

Videos for Questions 39-50 Reading a book and the people who reads.

Our 1980’2 National Library and how we used to borrow books to read before internet became a thing.
When reading helps you in your life.

Question 51-65 Why you should stop drinking bottled water and its consequences of using it.

The passage is about being environmentally friendly. Drink from the tap and use lesser plastic.

Question 71-80.

How we are farming our own fishes in a building in Singapore.
Net fishing in a very cold place.

Enrichment Score: 68%

Difficulty Level: Easy

Information and Study Programme for Pri 6 Henry Park SA2 Prelim Paper 2020.

Vocabulary List to be learnt before attempting this paper.

  1. culprit
  2. chef
  3. postpone
  4. enchanting
  5. brought on
  6. brought out
  7. brought along
  8. brought forward
  9. audition
  10. submission
  11. indivisible
  12. inseparable
  13. indispensable
  14. honour
  15. ovation
  16. applause
  17. ignorance
  18. negligence
  19. indiference
  20. nonchalance
  21. prudent
  22. research
  23. alleviate
  24. unassuming
  25. esteem
  26. conferred
  27. sensible
  28. sensitive
  29. respectable
  30. responsible
  31. bold
  32. modest
  33. assertive
  34. confident
  35. praise
  36. regard
  37. bestowed
  38. reinforced
  39. immerse
  40. artefacts
  41. heritage
  42. milestone
  43. colonial
  44. diversity
  45. array
  46. delectable
  47. caption
  48. sensory
  49. testimonials
  50. emphasise
  51. virtual
  52. cuisine
  53. hectic
  54. counsellor
  55. collaboration
  56. interactive
  57. hands-on
  58. passionate
  59. research
  60. consumption
  61. contrary
  62. insignificant
  63. samples
  64. rundown
  65. blistered
  66. chores
  67. technique
  68. supplement
  69. confessed
  70. exclaimed
  71. disbelief

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Primary 6 ACS SA2 Prelim Paper 2020 Teaching Guide and Study Plan

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Question 16-20 Brownies for Henry after studying hard.
Question 29-38 Photo by parrots together
Question 39-50 A Japanese Tea Ceremony.
Question 51-65 Microscope of Bacteria Viruses

Videos for Questions 16-20. Studying and be good at it.

How a student can study better by setting goals and managing time.

Videos for Question 21-28. Kayaking in Singapore

Hiking in Singapore as an exercise and take in nature.

Video for Question 29-38. Keeping parrots as pets.

Parrots as a pet and what to expect.

Videos for Question 39-50. What a tea ceremony looks like and what to expect

MacRitchie Reservoir Hiking and the nature making this a fun place to exercise and enjoy a day out walking.

Videos for Questions 51-65 Washing Hands is a good habit to keep.

Question 51-65 Washing Hands to keep the sickness away.

Video for Questions 71-80 Comprehension passage of Jonah the shy boy.

The passage about being shy, it can be a good thing.
Being bullied at school? Learn what it is.
Teachers can help in bullying too.
How to meet new friends? Tips and tricks to connect with a new kindred spirit.
Libraries in the world and its magnificence.
Why do we still have libraries?

Enrichment Score: 64%

Level of difficulty: Easy

Information and Study Programme for Pri 6 ACS SA2 Prelim Paper 2020.

Vocabulary List to be learnt before attempting this paper.

  1. submission
  2. deadline
  3. restrictions
  4. conman
  5. retraced
  6. perceived
  7. distinguished
  8. strolled
  9. strutted
  10. scurried
  11. sashayed
  12. ominous
  13. laborious
  14. prosperous
  15. omitted
  16. exempted
  17. prohibited
  18. intently
  19. contentment
  20. cobbled down
  21. observant
  22. attentive
  23. comprehend
  24. scrutinise
  25. analyse
  26. whiff
  27. fondness
  28. tenderness
  29. devoured
  30. forgo
  31. route
  32. prolonged
  33. wander
  34. strenuous
  35. enthusiast
  36. emphasise
  37. offshore
  38. medicinal
  39. hygiene
  40. resounded
  41. retreated
  42. incessant
  43. abruptly
  44. crutches
  45. muttered
  46. flushed
  47. tight-lipped
  48. crouch

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Primary 6 Henry Park SA2 Prelim Paper 2020 Teaching Guide and Study Plan

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Question 16 to 20 Steak photography
Question 16-20 Photographers at work
Question 29-38 Kayaker in a reservoir
Question 21-31 Drought with land drying up.

Videos for Questions 16-20. Food Photography and how to make it delicious.

How a food photographer works to produce a beautiful delicious photo for us.
Tricks photographers use to make food look great.

Videos for Question 29-38. Kayaking in Singapore

Kayaking in Singapore and the enthusiasts.
MacRitchie Reservoir Hiking and the nature making this a fun place to exercise and enjoy a day out walking.

Videos for Question 39-50. How to manage your time and not procrastinate.

Manage time by thinking about it more. Design a schedule that works for you.

Videos for Questions 51-65

The passage is about being environmentally friendly. Use lesser plastic. More Videos about that below.
From how plastics are made to how we dispose of it.
Explains what is happening to plastic that ends up in the ocean.

Video for Questions 71-80

A video about drought in Australia and understanding how it affects our world.
Australia farmers learning how to survive in a drought using technology and educating farmers best practices in technology and methods to increase their yields.
How Clara’s Bed and Breakfast most probably looks like if we were to go there and stayed for a few days.

Enrichment Score: 75%

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Information and Study Programme for Pri 6 Henry Park SA2 Prelim Paper 2020.

Vocabulary List to be learnt before attempting this paper.

  1. Hit the roof
  2. Bite The bullet
  3. Forced her hand
  4. Beat around the bush
  5. Cut up
  6. Cut off
  7. Cut out
  8. Cut back
  9. Enrolled
  10. Encased
  11. Enclosed
  12. Entrapped
  13. Brisk
  14. Hasty
  15. Urgent
  16. Abrupt
  17. Notice
  18. Warning
  19. Hesitation
  20. Interruption
  21. Creation
  22. Crave
  23. Aroma
  24. Enticing
  25. Stylists
  26. Exhilarating
  27. Sculptor
  28. Membership
  29. Privileges
  30. Token
  31. Prior
  32. Exclusive
  33. Terms and Conditions Apply
  34. Complimentary
  35. Scudding
  36. Enthusiast
  37. Serenity
  38. Designated
  39. Embracing
  40. Biodiversity
  41. Iconic
  42. Prohibited
  43. Procrastinate
  44. Edible
  45. Hydrated
  46. Discard
  47. Gruelling
  48. Pods
  49. Disintegrate
  50. Founders
  51. Route
  52. Sponsor
  53. guarantee
  54. Retirement
  55. Trivia
  56. Errands
  57. Accommodation
  58. Reservations
  59. Demanding
  60. Paddock
  61. Captivated
  62. Scenery
  63. Incorrigible
  64. Disheartened
  65. Word-of-mouth

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