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Vocabulary
align

v. To align is to support a political group, country, or person that you agree with.

The crowd seemed to align themselves with the protestors.

authority

n. An authority is someone who has the power to make decisions and enforce rules and laws.

The local police department is the authority whenever large crowds gather.

barn

n. A barn is a large farm building that houses crops, equipment, and animals.

My grandparents keep hay in their red barn.

betray

v. To betray is to be disloyal to someone who trusts you.

The four friends would never betray each other’s trust.

Bible

n. The Bible is the book of sacred writing in the Christian religion.

I read the Bible every night before I go to sleep.

Catholic

adj. A Catholic thing or person is one that is connected with the Roman Catholic Church.

Rosanne is Catholic, so she goes to church every Sunday.

cooperate

v. To cooperate is to work with someone to achieve something that you both want.

The members of the team agreed to cooperate in order to get the project done.

detain

v. To detain is to officially prevent someone from leaving a place.

The police had to detain the thief for shoplifting.

exit

n. An exit is something that is used as a way to get out of a place.

The green sign shows where the exit is located.

exceptional

adj. An exceptional thing or person is one that is outstanding.

Holly is an exceptional student.

flee

v. To flee is to leave somewhere very quickly in order to escape from danger.

When a predator approaches a deer, the deer will flee.

network

n. A network is a group of people or organizations that are in some way connected to each other.

Lesley is part of a volunteer network that plants trees in the city.

outrage

v. To outrage is to make someone feel very angry or shocked.

He was outraged when his proposal was turned down.

parish

n. A parish is the area for which a priest in some Christian churches is responsible.

Greg’s parish has grown over the past year.

passage

n. A passage is a narrow space that people can move through.

Follow the passage down the stairs.

pastor

n. A pastor is a minister in charge of a parish or church.

The pastor speaks to the members of the church.

patrol

n. A patrol is a group of people or vehicles that go through an area to make sure that it is free of trouble or danger.

The military patrol is responsible for keeping the area safe.

raid

v. To raid is to attack a place in a short time in order to cause damage.

The soldiers are looking for the people who continue to raid the jungle villages.

rail

n. A rail is a system of tracks on which trains travel.

prefer traveling by rail because it’s more convenient than driving through traffic.

tunnel

n. A tunnel is an underground passage for cars, trains, etc. to go through.

The tunnel will lead you to the next city.

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