Kafka

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Un lápiz- es una cosa que sirve para escribir. Tiene la ventaja de ser capaz de borrar lo que escribe.
Un rotulador- es un instrumento que sirve para escribir e tiene su propria tinta. Se utiliza generalmente para pintar sobre papel.
Un bolígrafo- es un instrumento cilíndrico, como un lapiz y un rotulador, que tiene su propria tinta.
Una cartera- es una cosa utilizado para guardar objetos personales como lo vale de identificación y dinero.
Una goma- es un objeto que sirve para borrar la escritura de un lápiz.
Un cuaderno- es un libro que sirve para tomar notas. Las páginas son de color blanca e generalmente tienen líneas para ayudarnos a escribir derecho.
Un libro- es un objeto que es escrito por otras personas y pueden tener varios tipos como científico ou literatura.
Un diccionario- es un libro de consulta de palabras. Las palabras estan ordenadas alfabéticamente.
Un borrador- es un instrumento que tiene la misma función que una goma. (no exactamente, la goma es para borrar en papel y el borrador en la pizarra)
Una papelera- es una cosa que en que se deposita papeles y otros residuos utilizados.
Una puerta- es una estrutura móvil que se utiliza para abrir o cerrar una entrada.
Una silla- es un mueble que sirve de asiento para una persona. Tiene cuatro patas y un respaldo.
Un corcho- es un material que tiene varios usos e proviene de un árbol.
Un cartel- es un soporte que tiene como objetivo exponer carteles publicitarios.
Una agenda- es un pequeño libro en blanco que nos permitan recordar nuestros compromisos y reuniones. Una pizarra- es una superficie negra donde se escribe com tiza. Se utiliza generalmente en la clase.
Una hoja- es una planta que crece en las ramas de los árboles.
Una mochila- es una cosa que puede llevarse en la espalda y se utiliza para cargar otros objetos como libros para la escuela.
Una mesa- es un mueble con cuatro…...

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