Words to Know
Wheelie- When you ride a bike with the front tire off the ground
Unicycle- Bicycle with one wheel
Make sense of something- To understand something
Rain or shine- To do something no matter what happens
Stub my toe- To hit your toe on something
Leprechaun- Magical Irish man
Ginger- A person with red hair
4 leaf clover- Grassy plant with leaves that represent luck
Whine- To complain
- The Real Life party is going to happen next weekend
- Real Life yoga will also happen on the 28th of April
How to use the words; Sore, pain, hurt and ache
- Just my luck
- Beginners luck
- A lucky streak
- The luck of the Irish
- Do’t push your luck
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