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ALIVE or NOT For each write Alive or Not Alive
Is wood alive?
Is a tree alive?
Is rubber alive?
Is a rubber plant alive?
Is a dead plant alive?
Is cotton (Q-tip) alive?
Is a cotton plant alive?
Is a leaf alive?
Is a coral alive?
Is sand alive?
Are waves alive?
Are pebbles alive?
Are fossils alive?
Is a volcano alive?
Is a mountain alive?
Is a whale alive?
Is a dead whale alive?
Is plastic alive?
Is fur alive?
Is cork alive?
Is a cork tree alive?
Is bread alive?
Is mold alive?
Is an orange alive?
Is mold alive?
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