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gasped Said while breathing in suddenly or with effort. Help!
attached Fastened Pedro attached this poster to the wall with tape.
frantically Done in a way that is excited by worry or fear. Maria searched frantically for her keys.
swung Moved back and forth. We swung back and forth on the monkey bars.
breathe To draw air into the lungs and then release it. It can be hard to breathe after running a long race.
delicious Pleasing or delightful to taste or smell. The apple pie cooking for dessert smelled delicious.
communicate To express your thoughts and feelings so other people understand them.
recall To remember something.
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