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1. Our word is appreciated. 2. Say it with me three times. 3. The word appreciated has a suffix –ed, which is the past tense. 4. Kid friendly definition – to be thankful for
1. Our word is fooled. 2. Say it with me three times. 3. The word fooled also has the suffix –ed, meaning the past tense. 4. Kid friendly definition – to trick or deceive
1. Our word is impatient. 2. Say it with me three times. 3. Impatient is an adjective and has a prefix of im- which means not. 4. Kid friendly definition – not patient.
1. Our word is relax. 2. Say it with me three times. 3. Relax is a verb. 4. Kid friendly definition – to loosen up
1. Our word is roam. 2. Say it with me three times. 3. Roam is a verb. 4. Kid friendly definition – to wander.
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