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  • How guinea fow

    1. 1. How The Guinea Fowl Got Her Spots Edited by Mrs. Randolph Ralph Witters Elementary Unit 4 Lesson 4
    2. 2. Glossy• Bright and shiny• Synonym: glistening• Antonym: dull• Nganga the Guinea Fowl had glossy black feathers all over.
    3. 3. delicate• Not strong• Something easily removed, or broken• Synonym: breakable• Guinea Fowl craned her head and admired the delicate speckle covering her back.
    4. 4. reeds• Tall grass• Antonym: mowed lawn• But something yellow was twitching in the reeds.
    5. 5. bank• The land along a stream of river• Synonym: edge• She scratched and scrambled up the bank as fast as she could.
    6. 6. admired• To think well of someone or something• Synonym: Respected, loved• Antonym: unwanted• Guinea Fowl craned her head and admired the delicate speckles covering her back.
    7. 7. temper• Mood, a way of feeling• Synonym: feeling• He went home in a terrible temper, growling like his empty belly.
    8. 8. glossy
    9. 9. delicate
    10. 10. reeds
    11. 11. bank
    12. 12. admired
    13. 13. temper
    14. 14. More Story Words
    15. 15. whirlwind
    16. 16. calabash
    17. 17. tasseled
    18. 18. I am so pretty! I knowyou must think so, too!My lovely spots arejust the thing forhiding in theshadows and grass.
    19. 19. You just did a whirlwind of a job of reading!

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