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Graded Quiz 2.2: Homonyms

Graded Quiz 2.2: Homonyms - Snapping the last of the...

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Snapping the last of the buttons on his suspenders, Gale flu out of the room to hurry and gather the supplies. Butt on the weigh to the kitchen, Gale tripped and fell over the old wooden Cher that jutted out into the hall. “OUCH!” Gale cried, fur his head hurt very much. “I half got to learn two be more care full!” He carefully stood up and began to make his whey toward the kitchen once moor. Once their, Gale started to rummage threw the cabinets, searching four bred, bananas, and peanut butter. He was going to make sandwiches! The only problem was that Gale didn't know exactly how to make sandwiches. He tried pooring the peanut butter out of the container, but it wood not come! Then, he tried reaching his pa into the jar, but it would knot fit! Next, he tried scooping it out with the bred, but the bred crumbled. Faced with a counter covered in bred crums and steal no peanut butter out of the jar, Gale didn't know what to due! "Aha!" he thought. “I no!” He picked up a banana, pealed it, and then poked it down into the jar. Shore enough the banana was able to get some peanut butter! Using his flexible fingers, Gale wiggled the banana around in the peanut butter jar. Win he pulled the banana out, he had a grate big glob of peanut butter on the end of the banana. Being the intelligent guerilla that he was, Gale realized he could use the banana like a knife now. So, he grabbed a new piece of bred and began trying to spread the peanut butter on the bred. But under the pressure of his furry fingers, the banana snapped in half, moving the grate glob of peanut butter from the yellow fruit to his already sticky appendages. "Oh, this is just grate!” Gale sighed allowed. “Trying to make sandwiches is going to make me go bananas." Disappointed, Gale slumped over the counter, staring blindly at his peanut butter coted pa. Minutes later, however, his expression brightened. He had an idea. Taking another piece of bred from the sac with his clean pa, he began to spread peanut butter over it with his fingers. It worked! Seconds later, he had a hole peace of bread liberally coted with the delicious brown spred. He quickly slathered it on several more peaces, and soon his peanut butter, banana, and guerilla fir sandwiches were complete.
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Leaving them on the counter, he left the kitchen in search of his favorite picnic blanket. It was a read, blew, and white checkered blanket. This blanket had been with Gale threw out his childhood, and he new that Olive really liked it as well. After all, it was they're picnic blanket! He was certain that she would appreciate his thoughtfulness for remembering to bring this blanket. Folding it neatly, Gale placed it in the bottom of the picnic basket that was sitting on the countertop, just waiting for the day when it wood be used again. He then tucked the sand wishes on top.
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