Practice these sentences. 1. Watch out for the snake. 2. Snails are very slow. 3. We saw someone snooping around our house. 4. The little boy was too sneaky. 5. I need to have a snack. 6. The sniper was hiding behind a building. 7. I like to snip fresh herbs from my garden. 8. She wants to snap her fingers to the music. 9. The snitch discovered all our secrets. 10. Did he snicker when you told your story?
Practice this paragraph. Last year the police were searching for a sniper. Because he was very sneaky, he was difficult to catch. Special investigators were called to assist local police, with the thought that two heads were better than one. Despite police snitches and all their snooping, the sniper continued to shoot people as they drove along the highway. He was as slippery as a snake and managed to stay out of sight. One day the police received information from a new snitch, which led to the arrest of the sniper.
Idiom: two heads are better than one Definition: more can be accomplished with two people working together
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