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english degraaf

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between the space between two points
among in the midst of three or more
lend to grant the use of something
borrow to take or obtain something with permision
adopt to choose or take as ones own
adapt to adjust one's self to different and conditions
take to seize or capture, to get into ones possesion
bring to carry, to cause or occur
advise to counsel
advice an opinion or recommendation
somewhere in or at a place not specific or known
nowhere in or at a place, not aywhere
anywhere any place or direction
away to another place, in another direction
irony the difference between realty and appereances
verbal irony saying one but meaning another
situational irony what actually happens is different form what is expected to happen
dramatic irony the reader or audience knows something that the characters do not know
shift in verb tense and form combines different verb forms to show how events are related in time to emphasize them differently
peer edit the process of a class mate proofreading and editing another class mates writing
self edit the process of proofreading and editing ones writing
peer reveiw the comments and suggestions offered from one class mate to another
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