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target • navigate • put on
food poisoning • regulations
  1. It's now easier to through the woods with a GPS.
  2. The archer aimed for the .
  3. Students have to abide by the school rules and .
  4. We a musical for the tourists.
  5. Be careful what you eat out in the streets, or you might get .
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1108 Boys Camp

Warren talks about what he remembers most about going to summer camp.

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target

We would practice trying to hit the target and I was really bad at it.

A target is an object we are shooting at. Notice the following:

  1. I'm terrible at darts. I can't even hit the target!
  2. My dad enjoys hunting and target shooting.

navigate

We learned how to navigate through the forest with a compass.

To navigate means to find our way when we are traveling. Notice the following:

  1. I'll drive, you navigate.
  2. We had to navigate a difficult course through the mountains.

put on

We'd sing some songs, and put on some skits and tell ghost stories

Here, put on means to perform. Notice the following:

  1. They put on some skits at the church charity party.
  2. We put on a play for the school.

food poisoning

I think I got a bit of food poisoning.

We get food poisoning from rotten or unclean food. Notice the following:

  1. I often eat from stalls, but I've never got food poisoning.
  2. Food poisoning is always a concern for me while traveling.

regulations

There were less rules, less regulations.

Regulations are official rules that tell us what we can or can not do in a particular place or situation. Notice the following:

  1. There are so many rules and regulations these days.
  2. The business community is campaigning for fewer regulations.
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