immensely - something immense, very great in size
conflict - a clashing or sharp disagreement
society - a group of persons forming a single
adverse - not friendly or favorable
fate - a power beyond one's control that is
believed to decide what happens
formulate - to state definitely and clearly
protagonist - the chief character in a play,
novel, or story
scenario - an outline for a planned series of
element - a component part
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of the story I enjoy the most is the humor.
We were able to
a plan to solve the problem.
The main character's
My sister and I are having a
about rearranging our bedroom.
Mom said, "I enjoyed the movie !"
My brother was involved in an
situation on the playground.
of the story is Harry Potter.
The author is planning the
for the play she's writing.
We are a reflection of the
in which we live.
SELECT THE CORRECT ANSWER
If you are having a conflict with your best
friend, you are having a
disagreement, or dance
If the dessert was immensely delicious it is
delicious, hot, or sugary
Being in an adverse situation is being in a/an
exciting, unfavorable, or
A society is a group of people forming a single .
community, city, or party
A protagonist is the chief
in a play,
novel, or story.
hero, character, or
Which of the following is considered an element of
humor, songs, or dancing
If I began to formulate the idea in my mind, I was able to see
in my mind.
clearly or unclearly
Mom explained the scenario for our vacation as a/an
planned or unplanned
If our fate is not in our hands it is
within or beyond
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