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Vocabulary to study before reading the short story "Burger" by Wyn Lyovarin"

Vocabulary to study before reading the short story "Burger" by Wyn Lyovarin"

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  • leather – (noun) the skin of an animal. “She felt uncomfortable with the leather jacket gift because of her fondness for animals.”
  • handbag – (noun) a bag or box of leather, fabric, plastic, or the like, held in the hand or carried by means of a handle or strap“She reached into her handbag and found a comb."
  • fumble - (verb) to be clumsy, to handle clumsily, to drop things, or search around blindly"He fumbled the ball and made his team lose at the very last minute."
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  • thieve – (verb) the act of taking something from someone, to steal. “The thieving is awful at JFK airport."
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  • parents – (noun), a parent is the mother or the father figure of a child “My parents always take care of me when I’m sick."
  • steal – (verb) the act of taking something from someone unlawfully “Someone is always stealing the display candy."
  • poster – (noun) a sign posted in a public place as an advertisement“A poster advertised the coming attractions."
  • eat – (verb) ingesting food “He was eating his seventh hotdog because he hadn’t eaten anything in ages."
  • rooster– (noun) a male (boy) chicken“My uncles raises roosters on his farm for their meat and to mate with the chickens."
  • study – (verb) applying the mind to learning and understanding a subject “Learning a second language requires a lot of studying and perseverance."