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Birds _____ feed their young in the nest. A.ddecades B.rrafters C.iinstinctively D.ddecrease
instinctively – adverb – of or relating to a natural tendency
Our class made a list of ways to _____ pollution in our state. A.iinstinctively B.ddecrease C.sswiveled D.sshakily
decrease – verb – to lessen or reduce
The principal ____ around in her chair when she heard me enter her office. A.rrafters B.iinstinctively C.ddecrease D.sswiveled
swiveled – verb – turned something on a base
The little boy _______ picked up the heavy box. A.ddecrease B.sswiveled C.sshakily D.ddilapidated
shakily – adverb – moving quickly to and fro, up and down, side to side
Everyone on our street decided to help paint the ____ old house on the corner. A.sshakily B.ddilapidated C.aauction D.ddecades
dilapidated – adjective – fallen into ruin or decay
My brother bid fifty dollars for a Babe Ruth baseball card at an ________. A.sswiveled B.sshakily C.ddilapidated D.aauction
auction – noun – a public sale a which property or possessions are sold to the highest bidder
At my grandmother’s party, she told stories that spanned the eight ______ of her life. A.sswiveled B.ddecades C.ddilapidated D.aauction
decades – noun, plural – periods of ten years
Termites caused a lot of damage to the ______ in our house. A.ddilapidated B.aauction C.ddecades D.rrafters
rafters – noun, plural – the sloping beams that support a roof
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