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accept v. To accept something that is offered is to take it. I accepted the girl’s very nice gift.
arrange v. To arrange things is to put them in the right place. Please arrange the words in order from A to Z.
attend v. To attend something is to go to it. My sister and I attend the same school.
v. You chase people when you run after them and try to catch them. I was chased by a dog.
n. A contrast is a sharp difference between two things. The contrast between my parents is very noticeable.
encourage v. To encourage people is to make them want to do something. My football coach will encourage us when we are losing.
familiar adj. People or things familiar to you are those you know well. The two friends were very familiar with each other.
v. To grab is to take a hold of someone or something suddenly. I grabbed a pear from the tree.
v, To hang something is to keep it above the ground. I drew a picture of my family, and my mother hung it on the wall.
adj. If something is huge, it is very big, At work, my father drives a huge truck.
adj. if something is necessary, you must do it. A passport is necessary, if you travel to other countries.
n. A pattern is a way in which something is done or organized. My pattern of brushing my teeth is the same as most people’s.
v. To propose something is to say that it should be done. My grandmother proposed that we have our picture taken with Santa.
n. A purpose is the reason that you do something. The purpose of exercising is to get into shape.
v. To release something is to stop holding it. She released the bird from her hands.
v. To require something is to say that it is necessary, We require teachers to have a university degree.
adj. You are satisfied when you have what you wanted. I am very satisfied with your work.
adj. If something is single, then there is only one. I have a single key in my hand.
v. To tear something means to pull it apart. It is easy to tear paper.
n. A theory is an idea about how something works. We talked about Einstein’s theory of relativity in class.
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