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can you make sentences on same words

1.Embarked
2.reins
3.turmoil
4.retrieved

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  1. Get a good dictionary, so you understand the meanng of each word. Often you will find synonyms. Pick a synonym that you are familiar with, write a sentence and then substitute the new word. Keep in mind the part of speech.

    embarked = verb, pst tense

    rein s = either the noun or a verb in the present tense

    turmoil = noun

    retrieved = verb in the past tense

    Both the first and last word can be used as a past participle, with the auxiliary have/has.

    Often a good dictionary will have a sample sentence.

    Get back to us with your sentences and someone will correct/check them for you.

    Sra

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