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Dear Mrs. LaRue LindaC/Callison/2011
Other books by Mark Teague... and many more
1.Read the definition 2.Look at the picture 3.Try to guess the word 4.Click to see the word
when you forgot or failed to do something neglected I guess I forgot to clean my room.
to be thankful for something someone has done for you appreciated
something that is not correctly known misunderstood
willing to do just about anything to help or change a situation desperate
things that are put up with endured
doing what you are told, when you are told to do it obedience
having or showing the ability to think, learn, and understand intelligent
something that causes people to be amazed impressive
to be shown how to do something demonstrated
the act of making something known or understood exposure
words put together to express ideas phrases Friends make life a little sweeter
High Interest Words These are words in the story you may not have seen before.
a member of the dog family canine
behaving, speaking, or acting in a way that is more dramatic than necessary melodramatic
somebody considered clumsy and unintelligent lummox
feeling sick, especially sick to the stomach queasy
a large room in which many people sleep, or a building with many sleeping rooms dormitory
the main officer in charge of a prison warden
neglected appreciated desperate endured misunderstood obedience intelligent impressive demonstrated exposure phrases
High Interest Words canine melodramatic lummox queasy dormitory warden
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