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The word cheerful would correctly complete which of the following statements? A. Carolyn talked _______ about her experience. B. Jonathan participated _______ in the holiday parade. C. George laughed _______ when his wife teased him. D. Gladys looked _______ when she heard the encouraging news.
Gladys looked -cheerful- when she heard the encouraging news.
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