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A Donkey and a Hare



A Donkey and a Hare
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Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 5 to 7
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   7.1

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    mountainous, meaning, spelled, member, actually, such, verb, vehicle, refer, character, often, terrain, word, another, practical, helpful
     content words:    In Shrek


A Donkey and a Hare
By Colleen Messina
  

1     I am a homonym that can be spelled two ways, and I have more than one meaning. Spelled one way, I can refer to a small donkey that is often used as a pack animal. One person actually called this member of the horse family "an animal all-terrain vehicle" because it can travel over rugged, mountainous terrain. In Shrek, a silly, slightly annoying donkey is not a practical pack animal, but that character is helpful in other ways. Spelled another way, I can refer to a hole in the ground made by a small animal such as a rabbit. As a verb, this .....
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