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I need someone sensible to help me. *
Superlative is saying something is the best, worst, most or least, for example. *
Please take the trouble to get things done well.
Who's responsible for this mess?
The baby had cute dimples. *
In the bible story David killed the giant Goliath.
It is possible for some aeroplanes to fly inverted.
Style is the vocabulary and language used; for example, formal or informal language, simple or complicated vocabulary. *
He listened to the fable. *
She was squirming at the horrible sight. *

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