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How Ben Franklin Stole the Lightning. Vocabulary Practice. Bifocals. The coach ______ the team they could win, and they did. convinced handy whirlwind mischief. That is Correct. convinced – verb – caused a person to believer or do something. No Way. Franklin Stove.

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That is Correct

convinced – verb – caused a person to believer or do something

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That is Correct

dizzy – adjective – having the feeling of spinning and being about to fall

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That is Correct

handy – adjective– within reach, nearby, easy to use; come in handy

keisha tells jokes

Lightning Rod

. Keisha tells _______ jokes.
  • handy
  • whirlwind
  • mischief
  • hilarious
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That is Correct

hilarious – adjective – very funny

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That is Correct

independence – noun – freedom from the control of another or others

the kittens were always getting into when we weren t home
The kittens were always getting into ________ when we weren’t home.
  • predators
  • dizzy
  • mischief
  • independence

Ben Franklin publisher of Poor Richard’s Almanac

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That is Correct

mischief – noun – conduct that may seem playful but causes harm or trouble

people hardly ever write with typewriters
People hardly ever write with typewriters ________.
  • dizzy
  • nowadays
  • independence
  • convinced
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That is Correct

nowadays – adverb– in the present time

she moved quickly about the apartment packing like a
She moved quickly about the apartment, packing like a _______.
  • independence
  • convinced
  • handy
  • whirlwind

Ben Franklin at the France Court of King Louis XIV

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That is Correct

whirlwind – noun – a whirling current of air that moves forward with great force; anything resembling a whirlwind

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Words are Fun

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