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  1. Author A True StoryVocabulary Author A True Story Vocabulary

  2. Talented • Having a natural ability • Sharon Creech is a talented writer.

  3. Single • Only one • I have a single diamond earring.

  4. Proper • Correct • It isn’t proper to slurp your soup.

  5. Excitement • A feeling of being happy because something good has happened or will happen • There is much excitement in my house on Christmas Eve.

  6. Acceptance • An agreement to take something • Your acceptance of consequences shows you are growing up!

  7. Useful • Helpful • It feels good to be helpful.

  8. excitement single useful talented acceptance proper Ben can write funny stories. “I’m proud of you, Ben. You are a very ______ writer,” his teacher told him. Ben always gets an ______ for his stories from the school newspaper. He never hears, “No, we don’t want your story.” The school paper has one of Ben’s stories in every ______ issue. “What is the ______ way to write a story?” Sara asked Ben. “I want to be sure I’m doing the right thing when I write one. Can you give me any ______ hints? I could really use some of your help.” “There’s no right or wrong way,” said Ben. If you show that you are interested in your story, readers will feel ________, too.”

  9. excitement single useful talented acceptance proper Ben can write funny stories. “I’m proud of you, Ben. You are a very talented writer,” his teacher told him. Ben always gets an ______ for his stories from the school newspaper. He never hears, “No, we don’t want your story.” The school paper has one of Ben’s stories in every ______ issue. “What is the ______ way to write a story?” Sara asked Ben. “I want to be sure I’m doing the right thing when I write one. Can you give me any ______ hints? I could really use some of your help.” “There’s no right or wrong way,” said Ben. If you show that you are interested in your story, readers will feel ________, too.”

  10. excitement single useful talented acceptance proper Ben can write funny stories. “I’m proud of you, Ben. You are a very talented writer,” his teacher told him. Ben always gets an acceptance for his stories from the school newspaper. He never hears, “No, we don’t want your story.” The school paper has one of Ben’s stories in every ______ issue. “What is the ______ way to write a story?” Sara asked Ben. “I want to be sure I’m doing the right thing when I write one. Can you give me any ______ hints? I could really use some of your help.” “There’s no right or wrong way,” said Ben. If you show that you are interested in your story, readers will feel ________, too.”

  11. excitement single useful talented acceptance proper Ben can write funny stories. “I’m proud of you, Ben. You are a very talented writer,” his teacher told him. Ben always gets an acceptance for his stories from the school newspaper. He never hears, “No, we don’t want your story.” The school paper has one of Ben’s stories in every single issue. “What is the ______ way to write a story?” Sara asked Ben. “I want to be sure I’m doing the right thing when I write one. Can you give me any ______ hints? I could really use some of your help.” “There’s no right or wrong way,” said Ben. If you show that you are interested in your story, readers will feel ________, too.”

  12. excitement single useful talented acceptance proper Ben can write funny stories. “I’m proud of you, Ben. You are a very talented writer,” his teacher told him. Ben always gets an acceptance for his stories from the school newspaper. He never hears, “No, we don’t want your story.” The school paper has one of Ben’s stories in every single issue. “What is the proper way to write a story?” Sara asked Ben. “I want to be sure I’m doing the right thing when I write one. Can you give me any ______ hints? I could really use some of your help.” “There’s no right or wrong way,” said Ben. If you show that you are interested in your story, readers will feel ________, too.”

  13. excitement single useful talented acceptance proper Ben can write funny stories. “I’m proud of you, Ben. You are a very talented writer,” his teacher told him. Ben always gets an acceptance for his stories from the school newspaper. He never hears, “No, we don’t want your story.” The school paper has one of Ben’s stories in every single issue. “What is the proper way to write a story?” Sara asked Ben. “I want to be sure I’m doing the right thing when I write one. Can you give me any useful hints? I could really use some of your help.” “There’s no right or wrong way,” said Ben. If you show that you are interested in your story, readers will feel ________, too.”

  14. excitement single useful talented acceptance proper Ben can write funny stories. “I’m proud of you, Ben. You are a very talented writer,” his teacher told him. Ben always gets an acceptance for his stories from the school newspaper. He never hears, “No, we don’t want your story.” The school paper has one of Ben’s stories in every single issue. “What is the proper way to write a story?” Sara asked Ben. “I want to be sure I’m doing the right thing when I write one. Can you give me any useful hints? I could really use some of your help.” “There’s no right or wrong way,” said Ben. If you show that you are interested in your story, readers will feel excitement, too.”