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Vocabulary Unit 4: Our Neighborhood at Work
duckie My rubber duckie is floating in the tub.
statue Baltimore has lots of statues.
artist At the museum, we saw the artists painting.
juggler A juggler entertains people by throwing things in the air and catching them.
veterinarian Your veterinarian can help your pet stay healthy.
pitcher The pitcher threw the baseball.
police officer The police officer walked in the neighborhood early in the morning.
firefighters Firefighters will help people.
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