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Max Found Two Sticks /ew/ /ui/
new I got new pants for my birthday.
crew The cleaning crew comes after school.
stew My dad made a tasty stew for dinner.
grew I grew an inch this year.
threw The catcher threw the ball to the pitcher.
bruise She fell and got a bruise on her arm.
fruit I ate a piece of fruit.
pursuit The kids ran in pursuit of the dog.
juice I had orange juice for breakfast.
recruit I will recruit my friend to help me.
you’ll You’ll like this sandwich.
shouldn’t You shouldn’t worry about the test.
church The church bells make a loud sound.
windows Let’s look out the windows.
sisters My sisters make me laugh.
Vocabulary Words Max Found Two Sticks
appeared Came into view
conductor Someone who is in charge of a train
created Made or designed something
imitated Copied something or someone
rhythm A regular beat in music, poetry, or dance
startled Surprised someone and made a person jump
Vocabulary : Max Found Two Sticks appeared, conductor, created, imitated, rhythm, startled.
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