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Jake and Jackie Learn to Understand Others, Part 4



Jake and Jackie Learn to Understand Others, Part 4
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     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 3 to 4
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   4.02

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    broiler, competent, conscientious, easygoing, extremely, perfectionist, pointed, sauce-topped, seminar, personality, retorted, cutting, yeah, anytime, recipe, simple
     content words:    Aunt Bethany


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Jake and Jackie Learn to Understand Others, Part 4
By Beth Beutler
  

1     "So, what personality do you think I have?" Jake asked Jackie as they prepared a simple meal to surprise Jake's mom.
 
2     Jackie's brow pursed in thought. "I think you are a lot like your mom. Probably an 'S' personality. We've been friends for a long time and sometimes you are just SO easygoing!"
 
3     Jake grinned. "I like that. But I understand what your aunt said. Sometimes, I need to get moving on projects more quickly."
 
4     "Yeah, like the time you waited to do the science display until the night before!"
 
5     Jake stuck out his tongue at Jackie. "I still got a B+!"
 
6     "Yes, but maybe you could have gotten an A," Jackie retorted.
 
7     Jake rolled his eyes. "Okay, party girl, what are we going to make for supper?"
 
8     They decided on English muffin pizzas. Jackie cut the English muffins in half, and Jake opened a can of pizza sauce. They heard footsteps on the porch and turned to see Jackie's mom and Aunt Bethany.
 
9     "How's it going?" they asked.
 
10     "Fine. We are starting English muffin pizzas," Jake answered.
 
11     "That sounds good. Need some help?"
 
12     "Sure."

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