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    Smile got a hold of my lunch

    Dear teachers,

    I am writing to ask the following questions.
    1. "You got a hold of my lunch" and put a worm in my sandwich?
    --What does "you got a hold of my lunch" mean?

    2. We play all kinds of card and board games.
    --What does "board games" mean?

    Thanks!

    Emily

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    Re: got a hold of my lunch

    1- You found it and had it in your hands.
    2- Chess, Monopoly, Scrabble, etc.

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