Grades 6-8 (WVI 3)
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bilingual able to speak two languages well.
dwell to think, write, or speak about over and over again for a long time (often followed by "on" or "upon").
evaluate to judge the level or value of.
format the way in which something is arranged or organized.
ignorance lack of education or information.
memorable easily remembered; distinct or exceptional.
pastor a minister or priest in charge of a church or congregation.
privilege a right or benefit that is given only to a certain person, group, or social class.
reverie a state of daydreaming, reminiscing, or musing.
ritual a set of actions always done in the same way, often because of custom or tradition.
sanitary free from things that can cause infection; clean; sterile.
simplify to make plainer, easier, or less complex.
sophisticated having or showing a lot of knowledge or experience; not ignorant or simple.
tribute something given, done, or said to express respect or thanks.
unify to make into a single unit or thing; bring together; unite.