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Officer-a person who makes you follow the law
Safety-staying away from danger
Swivel chair- a chair that moves around
Banner- a long piece of paper with writing or pictures on it
Obey- follow the rules
Commands- orders given to someone George W. Bush gives commands to the army.
Stared- looked long and hard at something The baby stares up at the sky. The dog and his owner are having a staring contest.
Attention- looking and listening very carefully The people are paying attention to the sermon.
Discovered- found out
Audience- a group that listens or watches
Expression- a way of speaking that shows feeling The man is speaking with expression.
Accident – something you did not want or expect to happen
Enormous- very, very large Elephants are enormous!!
Imagination- being able to make up stories that are not real The boy uses his imagination when he writes. Someone used their imagination to create this picture.
Television news team- people who gather, record, and share the news for television
Auditorium- a building where an audience sits
Electrical- having to do with electricity
Applaud-clapping with your hands
Puddle- a small amount of water in one place
Vocabulary attention Looking and listening with care.
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