Vocabulary Dance Study Set Six

 

word1

 

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word one means angry. We adopt the ‘angry’ sign for irate. Trying to feel anger (irate), we make a claw with our right hand, placing the fingers on the center of our chest, and violently and suddenly draw our hand up and away from our body. We are irate.


 

 

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White Fang

At daybreak they limped warily back to camp, to find the marauders gone and the two men in bad tempers. Fully half their grub supply was gone. The huskies had chewed through the

 

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word2

 

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word one means angry. We adopt the ‘angry’ sign for irate. Trying to feel anger (irate), we make a claw with our right hand, placing the fingers on the center of our chest, and violently and suddenly draw our hand up and away from our body. We are irate.


 

 

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White Fang

At daybreak they limped warily back to camp, to find the marauders gone and the two men in bad tempers. Fully half their grub supply was gone. The huskies had chewed through the

 

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word3

 

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word one means angry. We adopt the ‘angry’ sign for irate. Trying to feel anger (irate), we make a claw with our right hand, placing the fingers on the center of our chest, and violently and suddenly draw our hand up and away from our body. We are irate.


 

 

text example

White Fang

At daybreak they limped warily back to camp, to find the marauders gone and the two men in bad tempers. Fully half their grub supply was gone. The huskies had chewed through the

 

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word4

 

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word one means angry. We adopt the ‘angry’ sign for irate. Trying to feel anger (irate), we make a claw with our right hand, placing the fingers on the center of our chest, and violently and suddenly draw our hand up and away from our body. We are irate.


 

 

text example

White Fang

At daybreak they limped warily back to camp, to find the marauders gone and the two men in bad tempers. Fully half their grub supply was gone. The huskies had chewed through the

 

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