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Theme 2 A Very Important Day
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Theme 2 A Very Important Day
allegiance loyalty to one’s country or a person
chamber a meeting room used by lawmakers
citizens official members of a country
citizenship the status of a citizen with accompanying rights, duties, and privileges
enrich to improve the quality of
examiner an official who insects or asks questions
oath a pledge or promise to act a certain way
petitioners people who ask for something in writing
By Maggie Rugg Herold. 1. allegiance- loyalty to one’s country or to a person.
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