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to play golfto cheata bomb to explodea holeto breathe ©Laurent Jollet – extraTeacher.com
What is Tom doing? He is playing golf. He is trying to play golf. ©Laurent Jollet – extraTeacher.com
What is Jerry doing? He is coming out of the hole. ©Laurent Jollet – extraTeacher.com
What is the bird doing? It is flying in the sky. ©Laurent Jollet – extraTeacher.com
What is Tom doing? He is cheating. He is trying to cheat. ©Laurent Jollet – extraTeacher.com
What is Tom doing? He is writing his score. ©Laurent Jollet – extraTeacher.com
What is happening? The bomb is exploding. ©Laurent Jollet – extraTeacher.com
What is Tom doing? He is breathing underwater. ©Laurent Jollet – extraTeacher.com
What is Tom doing? What is Jerry doing? What is the bird doing? What is Tom doing? What is happening? What is Tom doing? ©Laurent Jollet – extraTeacher.com
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