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Table of Contents
|Readings:Personal Finance for Teenagers|
|Key Words:available, concentrate, consultant, data, edit, issue, obvious, stiff, term, trial|
|Readings:Putting a Stop to Teenage Hacking Crimes|
|Key Words:accurate, classic, critic, encourage, exhibit, firm, label, prejudice, process, tempt|
|Readings:Salsa Music Energizes Japan|
|Key Words from Chapters 1-3|
|Key Words:benefit, contrast, convenience, insure, lessen, locate, logic, rate, require, scale|
|Readings:Setting Up Operations in Sunny Spain|
|Key Words:attitude, contribute, establish, fade, identify, pressure, quote, reputation, spare, wander|
|Readings:Family Dinners: A Surprising Anti-drug|
|Key Words:appoint, astonish, calculate, challenge, concept, drag, extend, extreme, mere, passage|
|Key Words from Chapters 4-6|
|Key Words:aim, approach, current, custom, generation, influence, moral, preserve, regard, style|
|Readings:Professor and Students Help Ancient Culture Live On|
|Key Words:broad, comment, effective, focus, goal, mercy, neglect, otherwise, scene, tear|
|Readings:The Photography of Edward Burtynsky|
|Key Words:accuse, authority, bribe, brief, graceful, immense, involve, root, seek, visible|
|Readings:How Common Is Bribery around the World?|
|Key Words from Chapters 7-9|
|Readings:Saving the Amazon|
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