Exercise 449 - 449.Spellingcompleted Totalscore:10outof10,100 1. Dragone calendar bothcorrect neithercorrect 1outof1 Correct. 2.,2000 begining Fe

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449. Spelling completed Total score: 10 out of 10, 100% 1. The year 2000 was the Year of the  Dragone  in the Chinese  calendar Dragone calendar both correct neither correct 1 out of 1 Correct. The correct spelling is  Dragon 2. The  begining  of the Year of the Dragon was  Febuary  5, 2000.  begining Febuary both correct neither correct 1 out of 1 Correct.  Begining  should be spelled  beginning , and  Febuary  should be spelled  February 3. In the Chinese  tradition , the New Year is  celebrated  with feasting and fireworks.  tradition celebrated both correct neither correct 1 out of 1 Correct. Neither word is misspelled.  4.  Alot  of  decorations  for the Chinese New Year celebration are red.  Alot decorations both correct neither correct 1 out of 1 Correct. The correct spelling is  A lot
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5. Red is  beleived  to be a lucky  coler  in Chinese tradition. 
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Exercise 449 - 449.Spellingcompleted Totalscore:10outof10,100 1. Dragone calendar bothcorrect neithercorrect 1outof1 Correct. 2.,2000 begining Fe

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