By Joanne Suter
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_________________________________ 3. _________________________________ 9. _________________________________ 4. _________________________________ 10. _________________________________ 5. _________________________________ 11. _________________________________ 6. _________________________________ 12. com 63 WORD WORKOUT Time for some practical practice with “P” words. Read about each situation and think it over. Then write a few sentences describing the action. For each item, use at least two of the “P” words in the box.
B. _____ The student council decided to target the problem of lunchroom overcrowding. 2. a. _____ The surf is usually high this time of year. 7. a. _____ Damon gets average grades in most of his classes. b. _____ Ari learned to surf when he lived in Hawaii. 3. a. _____ The steam engine chugged up the hill. b. _____ If you steam the milk, it makes a foamy topping. 4. a. _____ Exchanging Boardwalk for Atlantic Avenue is a fair trade in the game of Monopoly. b. _____ At lunch, Amanda wanted to trade sandwiches with Austin.
2. The astonished crowd would gasp. They’d be amazed as she pulled a rabbit from a hat. 3. Milly wanted to rehearse the “sawing a person in half ” trick. But she had trouble finding a volunteer to practice with her. 6. ” Earl 4. Finally, Earl agreed to help Milly out. When she asked him exclaimed. ” to climb inside the magic box, he consented. 7. Milly designed a big, colorful placard. “Milly the Marvelous,” 5. Milly showed Earl how to read the poster. bend his legs and squeeze into half the box.
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