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interdependence members of a group dependent on each other.
visualize a mental image.
strategy a plan of action.
transition to change from one thing to another.
frequency determines pitch of a sound.
democracy government by the people.
opinion writing writing about how you feel about a certain topic.
excerpt a short passage from a book, video, or film.
convex surface that is curved outward.
adjective a word that describes.
heading a title or caption of a page.
economic development progress in an economy.
opaque not able to be seen through.
paraphrase to express the same meaning, using different words.
appendices a section of additional information at the end of a book.
vibration a periodic motion of sound waves.
region an area with set characteristics. A city or town.
Analyze to examine something with the purpose of learning about it.
figurative language a tool that an author uses to help the reader visualize what is happening in a story or poem.
climate weather conditions in an area in general or over a long period.
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