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  1. festival annual v v A celebration, entertainment, or series of performances of a certain kind, often held periodically. Happening every year. Plans are well advanced for the annual conference, which is to be held in 2001 in Durham. The film was well received at the Cannes film festival where Richard Harris won the best actor award. advertise schedule v v To try to persuade people to buy, or do. or use something, through newspapers, handbills, radio, television, etc. A timed plan for a procedure or project. I keep a busy schedule trying to fit them in. This newspaper advertise hundreds of work placements every year. supplies puppet v v Small figures of people or animals that you can move by pulling the strings, or by putting your hand inside. Things that you need for your daily life. The villagers need more supplies for survive. pop-up puppets are a fun way to play peek-a-boo with a child or hide and seek. scissors stapler v v Instrument with two sharp blades joined together used for cutting paper, cloth, etc. Tool used for putting in staples to hold pieces of paper together. We need a new stapler, because this is broken. My parents were asked to provide me with left handed scissors for my use.

  2. yarn button v v Any fiber, as wool, silk, flax, cotton, nylon, glass, etc., spun into strands for weaving or knitting. Small round object that push through a hole to fasten clothes. I need a button, do you have one? This pattern booklet has 10 classic designs using double knitting cotton yarn. microphone guitar v v Piece of equipment that makes your voice sound louder. Musical instrument with six strings, a long neck, and a wooden or plastic body. If you have a microphone attached to your computer you can record by clicking the ' Record ' button. Roger just played the Spanish guitar, which is very quiet. trumpet performer v v Musical instrument that you blow into, shaped like a bent metal tube that is wide at one end. To take part in a musical program, act in a play, dance, etc. before an audience. Joëlle has performed twice as the soloist for one of Making Music's North West Societies, the Wirral Symphony Orchestra. I set my alarm clock to a trumpet fanfare, I will wake up at the right time tomorrow! soles rhythm v v Bottoms of your feet or shoes. Regular sound like a drum in music. Some dancers use the soles of their shoes to make music. There is clapping, singing and sometimes drum rhythms.