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The Case of the Too Hot Apple Cider Lesson 20

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  • 1. Something ominous is a sign of trouble or a warning that something bad is going to happen. Why might smoke be an ominous sight?
  • 2. If you confound a person, you surprise or confuse him. What kind of question might confound you?
  • 3. A person who feels miserable feels uncomfortable or unhappy. How might a cold make you feel miserable?
  • 4. Someone who is gracious is pleasant and polite. What would be a gracious way to thank someone for a gift?
  • 5. Someone who beams is grinning. If a teacher beams at you, what might you just have done?
  • 6. People who have self-assurance are confident and sure of themselves. What is a sing that a speaker has self- assurance?
  • 7. When you monitor something, you regularly check its progress. How would you monitor someone’s temperature?
  • 8. A thing that has been exposed has been uncovered and has lost it protection from its surroundings. What might happen if your feet are exposed to the sun for a long time?
  • 9. If you installed a piece of equipment, you put it into make it ready to use. Why might you need to install a battery in a toy?
  • 10. When an event is looming, it seems likely to happen soon. What clues might tell you that a thunderstorm is looming in the distance?

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