Ditlibs In The Modern World Study Guide

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In the modern world, there are various forms of writing short hand. Ditlibs is one of them. In this form, only the initial letter of the word is written.
Following are some ditlibs of popular children’s movies and books. Identify the names of the movies or books and write them in the blank space.
1. S W a t 7 D ____________________________________________
2. G a t 3 B ____________________________________________
3. T H o N D ___________________________________________
4. T L, T W a T W ___________________________________________
5. H P a t P S ___________________________________________
6. C a t C F ___________________________________________
7. T A o T S ___________________________________________
8. H T T Y D ___________________________________________

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