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THE RICHER, THE POORER Modern fable With CD PAGE 316 to 322
set a purpose Focus your attention on specific details of the text
modern fable Like the traditional fable, a brief story with a moral, characters are often people rather than animals and they are usually more complicated
whim Noun Fanciful notion or impulse
frugally Adverb In a thrifty way; economically
sentimental Adjective Showing or characterized by tender emotions
Self-denial Noun A giving up of one’s own desires or interests
enhance Verb To increase the attractiveness of
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