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1. On Paula’s world map, she has circled the city of ( istanbul / Istanbul ) _______________________________. 2. It is Paula’s dream to travel to ( turkey / Turkey ) ______________________ some day and visit the Grand Bazaar. 3. This is an ancient city in the ( northwestern / Northwestern ) _________________________________ part of the country. 4. After seeing the Grand Bazaar, she wants to sail ( west / West ) _________________ across the Aegean Sea. 5. Greece lies on the other side of that ( sea / Sea ) ___________________.
Maggie has learned a lot about ( hinduism / Hinduism ) ____________________________. 2. Two of her good friends are ( hindus / Hindus ) ____________________________. 3. Maggie’s dad works for ( pacif ic bell / Pacif ic Bell ) ____________________________. 4. Maggie’s mother works for the ( social security administration / Social Security Administration ) _____________________________________________. 5. Maggie and her family practice ( christianity / Christianity ) ____________________________.
Of beets __________________________ B Rewrite each sentence, changing the boldfaced words to abbreviations. Be sure to punctuate the abbreviations correctly. 1. Roz invited Mister Anthony Byron Jones to her party.