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Planes are to ______________. O write O sky O book O read 4. orange is to peel as 9. egg is to ______________. O chicken O yolk O shell slither is to snake as O trot 10. man is to ______________. O uncle O jets gallop is to ______________. 5. woman is to aunt as O father O fly O shed O horse clean is to dirty as neat is to ______________. com Directions: To solve this puzzle you complete analogies. Think about how the first pair of words is related. The answer will be a word that goes with the second pair that is related in the same way.
Why did the boy cry ‘Wolf” the first time? _____________________________________________________________________ 3. Why did the villagers not come to the boy’s rescue the third time? O They didn’t hear him. O They didn’t believe him. 4. Find the word in the story that means: help: ______________________________ boring: ______________________________________ caring for: _________________________ entertained: __________________________________ woods: ____________________________ hurrying: ____________________________________ 5.