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Click Clack Moo Unit 3.5
Sincerely With honesty. I would like to thank you sincerely for your help.
impatient Easily annoyed The editor became impatient when the book wasnt finished.
furious Very angry. When I forgot to do my chores, Mom was furious with me.
demand To ask for something firmly. The customer will demand his money back for the broken television.
emergency A sudden event that must be dealt with quickly. Use the emergency exit at the back of the theater in case of fire.
snoop To look around in a sneaky way I will snoop around my brothers room to see if he has candy.
produce To grow something or make it naturally.
supply An amount of something that is available to be used, or the process of providing this.
exquisite Extremely beautiful and delicate, and seeming to be perfect.
deceive To make someone believe something that is not true.
vain Full of pride in yourself, your appearance, and your abilities.
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