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Noun-the part of speech that names a person, place, or thing. I grew up in Menifee California. It was a very small town with very hot whether. There were a lot of mountains, dirt roads, and open land. There was a lot of tumble weeds too because it was a desert like area. I lived on acre with a huge yard. A lot of people had animals like dogs, chickens, peacocks and efwert4t436t53636ven goats. Both my neighbors had roosterfgdfgdfgfdgbs that would make us up every morning. And the peacock they had could even speak Spanish. It was a very lively area. Menifee was a very small town so everyone knew each other and grew up together. I had a lot of close friends like Nicole Felisha and Megan Emily , but I thought every one was nice. There were a lot of get-togethers. My neighbors and I had bonfires and cook outs almost every night, It was a lot of fun. Sometimes, we would even jufdsfdsfdfdsgst meet at the park down the street and hangout for hours. I had a lot of very fun slumber parties too. I even had a big tree in my back yard that we tried to make a tree house out of. Down the street there was a big ranch were they had a Buffalo we visited every day and fed. The Ranch even had really cool Civil War re-enactments which my family, friends and I afdbfdgfdggsflways enjoyed going too. Every one was very friendly and pretty much every one was very close to there neighbors. Since there was a lot of open land Menifee had a lot of dirt bike trails and horse trails so a lot of people would ride dirt bike and ride horses. We had a lot of bike jumps in my back yard so my bdffgdghdfhrothers and sisters and I rode bikes almost every day, it was a lot of fun. In my house, we had a big room we called “The Band Room”. There was cvfsgfgtrghr6h664y6y4ya lot of equipment and I could play bass all the time. I learned a lot of new songs whenever I got…...

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