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Find the names of 5 planets hidden in the following sentences:

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Find the names of 5 planets hidden in the following sentences:
1. "What hurts?" asked the doctor. "It's my ear," the patient cried.
2. "Steven, use the screwdriver to build those shelves."
3. Everyone takes a turn during Monopoly.
4. "Cassie, you ran us over with your bicycle!"
5. "Sam, arsenic is poisonous. I read the definition in the dictionary."

posted Nov 20, 2015 by Harshita Dhaliwal

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2 Answers

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  1. Earth
  2. Venus
  3. Saturn
  4. Uranus
  5. Mars
answer Nov 20, 2015 by Mohammed Hussain
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ANSWERS: -
1. "What hurts?" asked the doctor. "It's my

ear," th

e patient cried. - EARTH


  1. "Ste

ven, us

e the screwdriver to build those shelves." - VENUS
3. Everyone take

s a turn

during Monopoly. - SATURN
4. "Cassie, yo

u ran us

over with your bicycle!" - URANUS
5. "Sa

m, ars

enic is poisonous. I read the definition in the dictionary." - MARS

answer Nov 21, 2015 by Varghese Anthony



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