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Complete each sentence so that the meaning of the italicized abstract word is made more concrete.

(Each question is worth two points)
7. The party was a lot of fun. We


8. Tony is a kind boy who is apt to


9. That day I was so worried that I

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    fun, kind, worried are italicized.

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    I will do one, and be happy to check your others.

    Tony is a kind boy who is apt to provide assistance to those who need it, and provide a listening ear to their worries.

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    Go to http://www.thesaurus.com and look up each word to find synonyms for it. Then rewrite each sentence and post them here. Someone will be happy to give you feedback.

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