The Mystery of the Missing lunch

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Genre: . Mystery. - a story in which the characters and the reader must use clues to find an explanation for a troubling event.. *. assign. ments. Work or task. Something you have to do.. Ex. Homework . ID: 165480 Download Presentation

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The Mystery of the Missing lunch

Genre: Mystery- a story in which the characters and the reader must use clues to find an explanation for a troubling event.

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*assignments

Work or task. Something you have to do.Ex. Homework assignment.Summer assignments-work you have to do over the summer: learn your multiplication facts, read a certain number of books, etc

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*Allergies

A reaction some people have to smells, dust, cats, pollen, food and other substances when your eyes, nose, or throat itch and you want to sneeze.Do you have any allergies?

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*consideration

Carefully thinking about something. From the verb “consider” – seriously think about something After a serious consideration Anna decided to get a puppy.

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*consume

To use something up, to eat or drink up (all of it)How much water do you consume a day? What consumes the most electricity?

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*Suspicious/ suspect

Suspicious : looking like you might have committed a crime or done something wrong.Do these men look suspicious? Why?Suspect- a person who is suspected of committing a crime.

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*accuse

To blame somebody for a misdeed or a crime

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*evidence

Proof that a person is guilty. You need evidence to accuse a person of a crimeThis X-Ray is the evidence of what?

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culprit

Person responsible for trouble or one who committed the crime.

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alibi

An excuse a person who is suspected in a crime can use to prove he/she is innocent

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innocent

Not guilty. I didn’t do it!

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Salami

Salami Sandwich

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sneeze

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clues

Anything that helps you solve a mystery

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sniff

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apologetically

Made from the word apologize= say you are sorryWhen you do something apologetically it means you are saying “I am sorry!”

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Mustard Brown smudge

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100% certain

Absolutely sureI am 100% certain about who the culprit is.

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determined

Somebody who is sticking with his/her decision

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vegetarians

People who do not eat meat.Can a cat be a vegetarian?


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