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Taste Write one sentence describing something you can taste.Insert a picture of something you can taste.
Smell Write one sentence describing something you can smell.Insert a picture of something you can smell.
Hear Write one sentence describing something you can hear.Insert a picture of something you can hear.
Sight Write one sentence describing something you can see.Insert a picture of something you can see.
Touch Write one sentence describing how something feels.Insert a picture of something you can feel.
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