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is for leather, long-sleeved, landslide, lightning, lose/lost.
is for meet friends, moody, make-up, moustache, motorcycle engine, motorcycle helmet, mangrove.
is for out of, over, overweight.
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is for quiet.
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is for send text messages, sensitive, shy, surprised, surprising, scruffy, short-sleeved, silk, smart, storm, starving, safe, strong, stud, steam, stir, sail, ski, swim.
is for thirsty, tired, tense, tight, tornado, tsunami, terrifying, tiny, tired, tattoo, through, trek, taxi driver, train driver, train journey, trains station, train ticket.
is for unattractive, underweight, unhealthy, up, underground station.
is for volcanic eruption, valley.
is for walk, watch TV, warm, worried, worrying, woollen, weak, wig, waterfall.
What do they have to do? Practice of have to. What do they have to do? They have to brush their teeth.
To be active, the first three will get my present after class! (*^__^*)
Amy Lisa John Mike Listen and guess I want to travel to a place very fast, because I dont like to spend too much time on it,but the fare is very expensive.
H. How does he feel? He feels tired. How does he feel? He feels sad.
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