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Foods We Eat – Roots
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Language Usage – Like
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A warning about growing bones and heavy loads.

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Learn why breakfast is the most vital meal of the day

Learn why breakfast is the most vital meal of the day

Foods We Eat – Roots

Foods that grow underground, like carrots, are part of the root system of the plant.  Make a list of other foods we eat could be considered a root.

Name other plant parts that are eaten and some examples of each.

Potato

The root is the part of a potato we eat.

Enjoy Potato Soup with Hot Rolls

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Language Usage – Like

The advertisement said, "You will be entertained by superstars like Cher and Madonna!"  But when you got to the concert, neither Cher nor Madonna appeared onstage.  Did the advertisement lie?  Well, technically, no.  The word like was intended to be misleading.

"Our handmade jewelry is made from the finest materials, like silver and gold."  could be used to advertise products that contain not an ounce of silver or gold.

Pretend to sell some other products or services and use the word like in an ambiguous context.

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We can restore this to like new condition.

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