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Unit 5 Week 2
Paying attention Synonyms Cautious Aware Looking Antonyms Ignore Distracted Unaware alert
Making a sudden forward movement Synonyms Diving Leaping Pouncing Antonyms Still Motionless Frozen lunging
Animals that hunt other animals and eat them Synonyms Hunters Attackers Killers Antonyms Prey Victim Target Predator
An animal caught by another animal for food Synonyms Victim Target Game Antonyms Predator Killer Attacker Prey
A group of plants or animals that all share similarities Synonyms Types - alike Kind Class Antonyms Different Unique Unusual Species
The conditions and objects around something or someone Synonyms Environment Area Setting Antonyms Elsewhere Away Not here - absent surroundings
Remain alive Synonyms Exist Live Continue Antonyms Die Expire Terminate Survive
Moves back and forth or up and down very fast Synonyms Shake Quiver Tremble Antonyms Still Unmoving Tranquil Vibrates
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