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17 May 2020 — Someone that she knew's

 

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School librarian performing a the subject of a book online.

It was chicken day, so she borrowed someone that she knew’s chickens and put on a chicken skit. —School librarian inspires kids during quarantine

 

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It was chicken day, so she borrowed someone that she knew’s chickens and put on a chicken skit.

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It was chicken day, so she borrowed someone's that she knew chickens and put on a chicken skit.

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It was chicken day, so she borrowed the chickens of someone that she knew and put on a chicken skit.

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It was chicken day, so she borrowed someone's chickens that she knew and put on a chicken skit.

 

GLOSSARY

awkward (Adj) – not easily, gracefully done; not effectively or smoothly done

chicken day – does not appear to be a nationally recognized day of celebration; National Fried Chicken Day on July 6th, however, is.

genitive (possessive) – in grammar, a term that relates one noun to another and expresses such things as possession, kinship, parts, traits, roles, actions and more. See Genitive Meanings.

skit (N) – a short informal play or performance; in education, a lesson performed to engage and amuse students.

 

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"Inspiring elementary school librarian gets a heartwarming surprise." Today Show. today.com/video/inspiring-elementary-school-librarian-gets-a-heartwarming-surprise-83036229609. Screen grab 17 May 2020.