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WHAT IS THE NAME OF THE ________________LOCATED ON THE ___________________BETWEEN _________________ AND __________________?

PLAY THIS GAME.

GOOGLE THIS QUESTION

FIND HIS SURNAME

WHAT IS THE NAME OF THE STATE BETWEEN NEVADA AND COLORADO?FIND ITS CAPITAL. ( TAKE THE FIRST TWO WORDS )

HE APPEARED IN THE FILM SPACE JAM WITH THE CARTOON CHARACTER BUGS BUNNY.HE JUMPS VERY HIGH WHEN HE SCORES POINTS AND FOR THAT HE HAS A SPECIAL NICKNAME.HE WAS ONE OF THE MOST HIGHLY- PAID SPORTS PLAYERS IN THE WORLD.HIS CHICAGO BULLS TEAM WON 5 NBA CHAMPIONSHIPS.

WHERE IS THIS FAMOUS ACTRESS FROM?

THE PURPOSE OF THE GREAT WALL OF CHINA WAS TO STOP THE BARBARIANS FROM CROSSING THE NORTHERN _____________OF CHINA

FILL IN THE GAP

YOU SHOULD HAVE TWO WORDS.TAKE ONLY THE ADJECTIVE.

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WATCH THIS VIDEO

READ THE TEXT

now, PUT IT ALL TOGETHER

IT IS A LARGE HAIRY MANLIKE ANIMAL SUPPOSED TO LIVE IN THE HYMALAYA MOUNTAIN. IT IS ALSO CALLED THE ABOMINABLE SNOWMAN.WHEN YOU’VE FOUND THE WORD EXCHANGE THE FIRST AND THE LAST LETTER

IT IS THE MOST COMMON SPORT IN THE U.K. .MANY PEOPLE SUPPORT A PARTICULAR TEAM AND GO TO WATCH THEM PLAY OR WATCH THE GAMES ON TELEVISION.WHICH IS THE AMERICAN WORD WHICH DESCRIBES THIS SPORT?TAKE THE FIRST 3 LETTERS.

WHO WROTE THIS STORY?FIND THE AUTHOR'S PARTNER'S JOB..MAKE IT PLURAL.

READ THE TEXT

1 WORD

YOU SHOULD HAVE TWO WORDS.TAKE ONLY THE ADJECTIVE.

WHO WROTE THIS STORY?FIND THE AUTHOR'S PARTNER'S JOB..MAKE IT PLURAL.

IT IS THE MOST COMMON SPORT IN THE U.K. .MANY PEOPLE SUPPORT A PARTICULAR TEAM AND GO TO WATCH THEM PLAY OR WATCH THE GAMES ON TELEVISION.WHICH IS THE AMERICAN WORD WHICH DESCRIBES THIS SPORT?TAKE THE FIRST 3 LETTERS.

IT IS A LARGE HAIRY MANLIKE ANIMAL SUPPOSED TO LIVE IN THE HYMALAYA MOUNTAIN. IT IS ALSO CALLED THE ABOMINABLE SNOWMAN.WHEN YOU’VE FOUND THE WORD EXCHANGE THE FIRST AND THE LAST LETTER

SOLUTION!!


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