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VOCABULARY Lesson 3
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certain A certain thing is one particular thing. What do you do to find a certain book in the library?
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resources Resources are materials, money, and other things that can be used. What resources can be found at the library?
uniforms Uniforms are clothes that all the people in a group wear so they are dressed alike. What job might a person have if they wear a uniform?
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