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Most deserts have hot, dry ______. B.climateclimate D.lumberinglumbering A.swallowsswallows C.eerieeerie
climate – noun – the average weather conditions of a place or region through the year
We heard an owls ____ hooting as we walked home in the dark. D.eerieeerie C.climateclimate A.silkensilken B.swallowsswallows
eerie – adjective – strange in a scary way
Put a ________ hippo in the water and it becomes a graceful swimmer. B.eerieeerie D.lurklurk C.lumberinglumbering A.climateclimate
lumbering – adjective – moving in a slow, clumsy way
Many animals _____ in their dens to escape the heat of the day. B.lumberinglumbering D.shimmershimmerC.lurklurk A.eerieeerie
lurk – verb – to lie hidden
Antonio wrote a poem about the girls long _____ hair. B.lurklurk D.silkensilkenC.shimmershimmer A.lumberinglumbering
silken – adjective – like silk in appearance
Kathys sore throat hurts every time she ______. B.swallowsswallows D.climateclimate C.silkensilken A.shimmershimmer
swallows – verb – causes food or other substances to pass from the mouth to the stomach
The walls of the canyon began to ______ in the rays of the setting sun. C.shimmer D.swallows C.silken A.lurk
Shimmer – verb – to shine with a faint, wavering light; glimmer
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