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If I were an animal, I would be … a shark a ladybird I wouldn’t be …
If I were a super hero, I would be … I wouldn’t be …
If I were a beverage, I would be … I wouldn’t be …
If I were a sport, I would be … I wouldn’t be …
If I were an art, I would be …
If I were a type of cuisine, I would be …
If I were a feeling, I would be … I wouldn’t be … friendship fear anger sadnesshappiness hate jealousy
If I were a season, I would be …
If I were a car, I would be … I wouldn’t be … a small urban car a trailer
If I were a residence, I would be … I wouldn’t be … A villa A beach house A Victorian house A farm house
If I were a sense, I would be … I wouldn’t be … sight smell touch hearing taste
If I were a natural disaster, I would be … a tsunami a flood a volcanic eruption a hurricane an earthquake I wouldn’t be …
If I were a natural element, I would be …
If I were a landscape, I would be …
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