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Unit 2-San Juan

The Night of San Juan

forbidden not allowed; ordered not to do it
reluctant hesistant to do something
hesitation a pause or delay
gossiped to repeat stories that might not be true
elegant splendid or luxurious in dress, style, or design
irresistable too tempting or attractive to be ignored
balcony an outside platform enclosed by a railing that juts out from an upper floor of the buidling
curtsied made a bow of respect by bending the knees and lowering the body slightly
sherbet a frozen dessert made of fruit juice, sugar, and water or milk
plantains large kinds of bananas with hard, starchy flesh, eaten cooked
commonwealth a nation or state that is governed independently but is associated with another country
heritage the customs and traditions passed down from ancestors
hemisphere one half of the Earth
dictators rulers who govern with absolute and often cruel control
intersection the place where two things meet and cross
Created by: sarahrobin