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Grade 5 Unit 4 Week 4
Air surrounding the Earth atmosphere-
Possible to get available Apartments are available to rent. Tickets are available for a football game. Books are available to check out at a library.
Meeting of people or things contact
Harm that makes things less valuable or useful damage
Great damage destruction
A storm with strong wind and heavy rain hurricane
A piece of land property A home is private property. A park is public property.
Large waves during a storm surges
Hurricanes ________ to the city totaled in the million of dollars after the storm. a) surgesurge a) surgesurge b) damagesdamages b) damagesdamages c)
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