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Ruby the copycat

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  • RUBY THE COPYCAT BY PEGGY RATHMANN Robust Vocabulary, Day 1 Created by Roberta Jacobs
  • TRUDGED If you walked slowly as though your feet were stuck in mud, you trudged. Which would you trudge through: a pool or a swamp?
  • GUSHED When you were excited about something and talked a lot about it, you gushed. When would you gush over a puppy: when it obeyed you, or when it chewed your shoe?
  • FRUSTRATED When you try and try to do something and cannot, then you might feel frustrated. Would you feel frustrated if you couldn’t open a jar, or if someone opened it for you?
  • IMITATED If you copied what someone did or said, you imitated him or her. Would you imitate a dog by taking it for a walk or by making a barking sound?
  • PLEASANT Something that is pleasant is enjoyable and makes you happy. What would the weather be like on a pleasant day?
  • COINCIDENCE A coincidence is when two things happen that seem to fit together but are not connected. If you and a friend wore the same clothes on the same day, would that be a coincidence? Explain.
  • MODELED If you modeled something, you showed it so that other people could see it. Why would you see a costume being modeled?
  • LOYAL Someone who is loyal stands by you in good times and bad. How would a loyal friend behave?
  • RECITED If you recited something, you memorized it and then spoke it out loud. When have you recited something in front of other people?
  • MURMUR When people murmur, they speak so softly that they can hardly be heard. Is it hard to hear something that is