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Rearrange the following words and phrases to form meaningful sentences.
(a) slave/time/once/there/upon a/was/a
(b) master/he/very hard/for/his/worked
(c) served him/left/he/no chance/well/and/of complaint
(d) and love/with service/loyalty, devotion/to please/tried/he/his master
(a) Once upon a time, there was a slave.
(b) He worked very hard for his master.
(c) He served him well and left no chance of complaint.
(d) He tried to please his master with service, loyalty, devotion and love.
Rearrange the given words/phrases to make meaningful sentences.
(a) spider/a large/fierce/tarantula/and hairy/is
(b) dangerous/to be/they/considered/are not/spiders
(c) ill effects/some venom/and a bite/they do/possess/may cause
(d) be aggressive/these timid/to run away/usually/creatures/try/rather than
(a) Tarantula is a large, fierce and hairy spider.
(b) They are not considered to be dangerous spiders.
(c) They do possess some venom and a bite may cause some ill-effects.
(d) Usually, these timid creatures try to run away rather than be aggressive.