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  • 2. BABY: is an infant human or other primate.
    Example: Mary had a baby last year.
  • 3. SATURDAY: is the day of the week between
    Friday and Sunday. Saturday is considered
    either the sixth or seventh day of the week.
    Example: see you next Saturday.
  • 4. BOY: is a young male human (usually child
    or adolescent), as contrasted to its female
    counterpart, girl, or an adult male, a man.
    Example: Marcus’s a boy and Merry’s a girl.
  • 5. MIRACLES: A miracle is an unexpected event attributed to divine intervention. Sometimes an event is also attributed (in part) to a miracle worker, saint, or religious leader. A miracle is sometimes thought of as a perceptible interruption of the laws of nature. Others suggest that God may work with the laws of nature to perform what people perceive as miracles. A miracle is often considered a fortuitous event: compare with an Act of God.
    Example: Jesus has made many miracles.
  • 6. MIRACLE
  • 7. TONIGHT: On or during the present or
    coming night. This night or the night of this
    Example: I’m going to the party tonight.
  • 8. MESSAGE: A message in its most general meaning is an
    object of communication. It is a vessel which provides
    information. Yet, it can also be this information.
    Therefore, its meaning is dependent upon the context in
    which it is used; the term may apply to both the
    information and its form. A communiqué is a
    brief report or statement released by a public agency.
    Example: I sent a messagebycell
  • 9. EQUALITY: The condition or quality of being
    equal; agreement in quantity or degree as
    compared; likeness in bulk, value, rank,
    properties, etc.; as, the equality of two bodies
    in length or thickness; an equality of rights.
    Example: The equality of sorts isn’t a new problem.
  • 10. Either:is an English pronoun, adjective, conjunction and adverb. As
    a pronoun or adjective it means one, or the other, of two choices. As
    an adjective, it can also mean both of two possibilities. As a
    conjunction, it means one of two or more choices. As an adverb, it
    means "likewise" or "also", and is used for emphasis after a negative
    statement. Its origin is from Old English ǽghweþer, which literally
    analyses as a compound word "any - whether." In some
    constructions it may also mean both of the two choices.
  • 11. White (people): is a term which usually refers to human
    beings characterized, at least in part, by the light
    pigmentation of their skin. Rather than a
    straightforward description of skin color, the term white
    also functions as a color terminology for race, often
    referring narrowly to people claiming ancestry
    exclusively from Europe.
    Example : My favouritecoloursiswhite
  • 12. STUFF: The material out of which something is made or
    formed; substance. SlangSpecific talk or actions.
    Example: Don't give me that stuff about being tired.
    Rough: Having a surface marked by irregularities,
    protuberances, or ridges; not smooth. Coarse or shaggy
    to the touch.
    Example: a rough scratchy blanket.
  • 13. GRIEF: Deep mental anguish, as that arising from
    bereavement. Annoyance or frustration. Example:
    Trying to follow their directions was nothing but grief.
  • 14. SIDES:A line bounding a plane figure. One of
    two or more opposing individuals, groups,
    teams, or sets of opinions.
    Example: I heard the two sides of the robbery.
  • 15. RACE: A local geographic or global human population distinguished
    as a more or less distinct group by genetically transmitted physical
    characteristics. A group of people united or classified together on the
    basis of common history, nationality, or geographic distribution.
    Example:the German race believed in the superiority of this .
  • 16. BLOOD:The familiar red fluid in the body that contains white and red
    blood cells, platelets, proteins, and other elements. The blood is
    transported throughout the body by the circulatory system. Blood
    functions in two directions: arterial and venous. Arterial blood is the
    Means by which oxygen and nutrients are transported to tissues while
    venous blood is the means by which carbon Dioxide and metabolic
    by-products are transported to the lungs and kidneys, respectively,
    for removal from the body.
    Example: My type of blood is A +.
  • 17. COLOR:is the visual perceptual property corresponding in
    humans to the categories called red, yellow, blueand
    others. Color derives from the spectrum of light
    (distribution of light energy versus wavelength)
    interacting in the eye with the spectral sensitivities of the
    light receptors.
    Example: the rainbow has many colors .
  • 18. IT: Personal pronoun.pl. they the animal or thing
    previously mentioned or under discussion: neuter
    personal pronoun in the third person singular: it is the
    Nominative and objective form, its the possessive, and
    itselfthe reflexive and intensive; its is the possessive
    pronominal adjective.
    Example: the car is dirty.I have to clean it.
  • 19. DON’T: Auxiliaryused in thepresent simple
    fortheformnegative. Itisn’t use forthethird
    person. Contraction of do not.Nonstandard
    Contraction of does not.
    Example: I don’t love you.
    MATTER:importance orsignificance.
    Example: I mustmakedecisions of littlematter.
  • 20. BROTHER:A male having the same parents as
    another or one parent in common with another.
    Example: He has two brothers.