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4."Gidday! How would ya be?" is an example of ...
6.a word that describes actions or a state of being
7.name of particular or special people, places or things
10.You don't need to answer this!
12.used to separate words
15."The slippery snake slid down the slope" is an example of ...
19.used to indicate where letters have been omitted
22.alphabetical list of topics at the back of a book
23.the viewer appears to be looking down on an image
24."He was a lion in battle" is an example of ...
25.a word that sounds the same as another word but has a different meaning and different spelling
26.Bang! Tinkle! Dong! Hiss! are examples of ...
27.The koru is the ............ of Air New Zealand
28."Every cloud has a silver lining" is a ...
1.refers to actions that are happening now, at this moment
2.used to point out which noun is being spoken
3.a word that has the same or a similar meaning to another word
4.words that are used to join words or groups of words to make sentences
5.A sentence which lacks a verb
8."I, you, he, she, we" are examples of ...
9."The sun glared down on the weary travellers" is an example of ...
11.name of something that can't be recognised by the five senses
13.a word that has the opposite meaning to another word
14."He growled like a tiger" is an example of ...
16.play on words using pictures
17.words that show the position of things
18."Location, location, location" is an example of ...
20."Let me tell you a story"
21.a word that adds meaning to a verb, an adjective or another adverb

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