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Mrs. Ellis Osceola Elementary School 100 Osceola Avenue Ormond Beach, FL 32176 Every July 4, my family holds an ________ family reunion. c)annualannuald)potentialpotentialb)aislesaislesa)innocentinnocent.

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3 Mrs. Ellis Osceola Elementary School 100 Osceola Avenue Ormond Beach, FL Every July 4, my family holds an ________ family reunion. c)annualannuald)potentialpotentialb)aislesaislesa)innocentinnocent

4 annual – a djective – happening once a year 1960’s postcard of Daytona Beach, Florida

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6 The runners have great ________ but they would have to practice more. Mrs. Kestory DeBary Elementary School 88 West Highbanks Road DeBary, FL b)annualannualc)potentialpotentiald)expensiveexpensivea)aislesaisles

7 potential – noun – the possibility to become something more 1940’s postcard Athens Theatre & Post Office, 124 N Florida Ave, Deland, Florida

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9 A wonderful gift does not have to be ___________. Dr. Bull Hurst Elementary School 1340 Wright Street Holly Hill, FL a)annualannualb)potentialpotentialc)expensiveexpensived)politelypolitely

10 1950’s postcard of the Park Motel US Highway 1, Edgewater, Florida expensive – adjective – costing a lot of money

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12 When my friend arrived, he greeted my parents __________. Mr. Enck Hurst Elementary School 1340 Wright Street Holly Hill, FL a)politelypolitelyb)packagepackaged)innocentinnocentc)wrappingwrapping

13 1905 postcard of the Statue of Liberty New York, New York politely – adverb – in a way that shows good manners or consideration for others’ feelings

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15 A ________ arrived in the mail today. Mrs. Mongato Edgewater Elementary School 801 South Old County Road Edgewater, FL a)potentialpotentialb)expensiveexpensivec)politelypolitelyd)packagepackage

16 package – noun – something to put in a box, case or container, or covered in paper Postcard of Hollywood, California

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18 Aunt Marie likes to see pretty _________ on a present. Mrs. Mohr DeBary Elementary School 88 West Highbanks Road DeBary, FL a)expensiveexpensiveb)politelypolitelyc)packagepackaged)wrappingwrapping

19 wrapping – noun – paper or other material used to cover or protect something Postcard from Disneyworld, Florida

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21 The puppy looked ________, but we knew she knocked over the cup. Mrs. Zapada-Coltran Manatee Elementary School 734 W. Ohio Avenue Orange City, FL a)packagepackaged)aislesaislesc)innocentinnocentb)wrappingwrapping

22 innocent – adjective – not guilty; harmless 1940’s postcard of the Royal Palm Tourist Court, at 741 N. Ridgewood Ave. in Holly Hill, Florida

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24 My teacher asks us to keep the ______ free of backpacks. Mrs. Parson Osceola Elementary School 100 Osceola Avenue Ormond Beach, FL d)annualannualc)aislesaislesb)innocentinnocenta)wrappingwrapping

25 aisles – plural noun – the spaces between rows of seats or rows of shelves at a store Postcard of Point State Park, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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