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RSF 3 CHAPTER 7
Terms in this set (40)
to raise something up
"The mother __s the baby into the high chair."
a heavy thing used for exercising
"My sister trains by running with __s around her legs."
to become a member of a group
"I am __ing a gym so I can work out there."
a piece of scientific research
"The __ showed that cancer is connected to smoking."
an oily substance that our bodies keep to create energy later
"When you eat or drink too much, your body saves the extra energy as __."
by or out of a total of 100; symbol: %
"Only ten __ of students study every night."
to go up something
"My cats __ that tree every day."
a set of steps used to go up or down, especially in a building
"The woman was tired after going up the __."
needed; something that must be done
"It is __ to get a driver's license if you want to drive a car."
a place where people exercise or play sports
"My team plays volleyball in the __."
an illness that makes people cough, sneeze, and have a runny nose
"My brother has a bad __, so he's not going to school today."
in use or can be found over a large area
"There was __ anger over the president's actions."
a sickness or disease
"The teacher missed school for five days because of an __."
to pass something from one person to the next many times
"The flu __ very quickly this year. All of the students became sick."
to push air out quickly and make a sound from your throat
"I need some medicine to cure my __."
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