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to work
[verb]
to do certain physical or mental activities in order to achieve a result or as a part of our job
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group
[noun]
a number of things or people that have some sort of connection or are at a place together
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three
[numeral]
the number 3
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to listen
[verb]
to give our attention to the sound a person or thing is making
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practice
[noun]
the act of repeatedly doing something to become better at doing it
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partner
[noun]
a person we do a particular activity with, such as playing a game
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homework
[noun]
schoolwork that students have to do at home
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please
[interjection]
used as a polite way of asking for something or telling somebody to do something
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to take out
[verb]
to remove a thing from somewhere or something
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piece of paper
[phrase]
a thin and flat material made of wood that people usually write, print, or draw on
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to repeat
[verb]
to complete an action more than one time
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to open
[verb]
to move something like a window or door into a position that people, things, etc. can pass through or use
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book
[noun]
a set of printed pages that are held together in a cover so that we can turn them and read them
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to give
[verb]
to hand a thing to a person to look at, use, or keep
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me
[pronoun]
(objective first-person singular pronoun) used by the speaker to refer to themselves when they are the object of a sentence
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your
[determiner]
(second-person possessive determiner) of or belonging to the person or people being spoken or written to
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to close
[verb]
to move something like a window or door into a position that people or things cannot pass through
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to turn
[verb]
(with reference to a book, magazine, etc.) to move a page so that one can read or look at its other side
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