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American English Vocabulary from this story

drop by- to go somewhere for a short period of time

out front- in front of the house or building

spare- extra

classes are full- classes already contain the maximum number of students

back yard- area behind a house (usually an area of grass)

to lay out- in this context "laying out" means "to be laying outside in the sun"

all of the sudden- colloquial way of saying "suddenly"

to come out of nowhere- to appear suddenly

crap- in this context "crap" means "feces"

to be pissed- to be mad

to scrub- to wash by rubbing something hard

to get something out- in this context "to get something out" means "to wash something out"

stain- a mark or spot that can not be removed by washing

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