What do the underlined words/groups of words have in common?

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What do the underlined words/groups of words have in common?
1. Yesterday my puppy rolled down the stairs.
2. Fortunately, he wasn’t hurt.
3. Neither my daughter nor I witnessed his embarrassing tumble.
4. Rolling down the stairs is not the usual type of trick one teaches a pet.
5. To stay close to us has been the focus of his puppyhood; to keep him safe and healthy has been our focus!
What is different about the underlined words/groups below? List 5 differences.
6. Yesterday my puppy rolled down the stairs.
7. Fortunately, he wasn’t hurt.
8. Neither my daughter nor I witnessed his embarrassing tumble.
9. Rolling down the stairs is not the usual type of trick one teaches a pet.
10. To stay close to us has been the focus of his puppyhood; to keep him safe and healthy has been our focus!
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How can the same word be used so differently? Analyze how each sentence uses “tumbling.”
11. If someone had been filming when my puppy was tumbling down the stairs, we’d have had an instant You Tube hit!
12. I would have called it “Tumbling Puppy Lands Safely.”
13. Tumbling usually causes concern, but in this case, since he wasn’t hurt, we could get a few laughs from his tumbling.
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