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Thursday September 25th Lesson 5, Day 4

Thursday September 25th Lesson 5, Day 4

Thursday September 25th Lesson 5, Day 4. Objective: To listen and respond appropriately to oral communication. Question of the Day: Question of the Day: Think about different kinds of gardens. If you had a garden, what would you plant? If I had a garden, I would plant __________.

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