Tumbler

Chair

Toy

wood

Paper

Leather

Answer :

Objects \(\space \) \(\rightarrow \) \(\space \) Material

Book \(\rightarrow \) Paper

Tumbler \(\rightarrow \) Glass

Chair \(\rightarrow \) Wood

Toy \(\rightarrow \) Plastics

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