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Sayings We Share Vocabulary
summoned called to come Aladdin summoned the genie.
fortunate lucky I felt fortunate to have had a snow day.
generation people who grow up at about the same time These siblings are in the same generation.
persistently repeatedly, without giving up The robin persistently pursued the worm.
faithful loyal The dog was Debbie’s faithful companion.
illuminated lit up; made brighter The fireworks illuminated the night sky.
I felt _________ to have such a big, juicy steak for dinner. summoned fortunate generation persistently faithful illuminated
Barbara and Erma had been ________ friends since childhood. summoned fortunate generation persistently faithful illuminated
Jimmy ____________ practiced on his drum set. summoned fortunate generation persistently faithful illuminated
The lights _________ Chicago last night. summoned fortunate generation persistently faithful illuminated
Luke ________ Blue-Eyes White Dragon to defeat his enemies. summoned fortunate generation persistently faithful illuminated
There are four __________s of men in this picture. summoned fortunate generation persistently faithful illuminated
A Cliché What is a cliché? Why do you think the poet wrote about clichés? What does the poet include in the poem to help you think about clichés? What.
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I see trees of green, red roses too I see them bloom, for me and you.
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I see trees of green red roses too I see them bloom for me and you.
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All Around the Room Vocabulary for Collection Six.
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A WHITE RAINBOW Morning comes so brightly Clear and fresh today. Someone daily helps me Illuminate my way.
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by Louis Armstrong and Kenny G from the album “Classics in the Key of G” ENJOY IT !!! Please, let the show run on its own. Music will start on next slide.
by Louis Armstrong and Kenny G show runs on its own. Press enter.
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