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Things introductory often describes (“introductory ________”)
chapter, course, remarks, essay, note, section, text, courses, material, chapters, paragraph, statement, lectures, part, notes, comments, lecture, texts, letter, book, words, discussion, survey, textbook, paragraphs, study, textbooks, essays, matter, phrase, pages, speech, article, sections, level, volume, classes, class, address, formula, sentence, sketch, notice, psychology, books, information, account, students, word, clause, phase, guide, overview, discourse, stage, portion, statements, passage, observations, verses, comment, lines, treatment, paper, phrases, poem, offer, talk, sentences, remark, letters, sermon, example, session, description, review, scene, materials, verse, page, price, lesson, lessons, meeting, readings, prayer, summary, manual, report, articles, explanation, passages

Descriptive words:
only, page, contents, few, part, brief, short, first, general, good, lecture, excellent, more, useful, special, most, long, pack, standard, best, pace, letter, basic, valuable, appropriate, section, usual, extensive, complete, typical, paoe, separate, above, popular, mere, comprehensive, broad, interesting, lengthy, imperfect, pagk, suitable, paok, somewhat, helpful, summary, outline, royal, day, note, energetic, pages, genuinely, elementary, still, courteous, inconsistent, preliminary, rental, paob


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