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ENGLISH FOR CAMP COUNSELORS
topic: Summer camp English 4





Fill in each blank with the correct word. If both words can be used, choose the one that sounds more natural in each situation:


1. Can you tell me (especially/specifically) (= exactly) what you don't like about him?

2. That took a lot of (courage/carriage)!

3. It's OK to (admit/omit) that you were wrong.

4. You have to listen to the children without (judgment/judges) .

5. Hey, you have to keep your hands to (yourself/you).

6. I know it's not fun, but (cleaning/clean) up is part of camp.

7. Threats of (force/farce) (= threatening violence, etc.) are not OK.

8. It's not OK to show (favorites/favors). (= to show which child you like more)

9. Today we'll play guitar around the (campfire/flame).

10. I'll meet you guys at the (water's front/waterfront).





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