The student's English dictionary, the pronunciation adapted to the best modern usage by R. Cull

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marine debris
marine debris can kill animals and harm ocean life.
Bycycle can be a marine debri.
Some times it can be poinson.
At least there can be collegers for help.
imagine if you were a marine animal and a marine
debri was crashing in to you what would you do?
would you die,would you call for help? what would you do?
figure it out!


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