synonyms : A synonym is a word or phrase that means exactly or nearly the same as another word or phrase in the same language. Examples of synonyms: 1- Little: Tiny and small. 2- Look: Gaze, see, glance and watch. 3- Run: Speed, hurry and escape. 4- Say/Tell: Inform, advise and explain. 5- Scared: Afraid, frightened and terrified. 6- Story: Tale, fable and narrative. 7- Take: Hold, catch and pick. 8- Think: Believe and consider. 9- Right: Correct, accurate and proper. 10- Quiet: Silent, soundless and mute. 11- New: Fresh, modern and recent. 12- Old: Ancient, old-fashioned and aged. Stories: Some of them are nonfiction; they are true stories about real people and events. Other stories are fiction; they are not about real people or events. The Man with the Gloves. Page: 28. 1- Who is the hero of the story? 2- In which season does the story happen? 3- If you were the hero, would you do the same thing? 4- Give another title for the story? Parts of Speech. Are the basic types of words that English has. Most grammar books say that there are eight parts of speech. 1- Nouns: Names of people or things. Example: Ahmad, Ameena, dog, Window and pen. • My cat likes playing. • Dan has an amazing car. • We live in Canada. 2- Verbs: Actions or states. Example: (To) be, sing, sleep, work, eat and run. • My brother is a doctor. • She likes to bake. • I did well in the exam. 3- Adjectives: Describe the noun. Example: Fast, beautiful, amazing and bad. • My cat is big. • She is beautiful. • That cake tastes good. 4- Adverbs: Describe verbs, adjectives and adverbs. Examples: Quickly, silently, well and very. • I eat slowly. • He is very hungry. • She writes really quickly. 5- Pronouns: Replace a noun. Example: He, she, it, I, you, they and we. • She likes chocolates. • They travel to Mecca. • You are a good person. 6- Prepositions: Link a noun to another word. Examples: To, at, after and in. • We go to the school everyday. • My final exam was on Monday. • She lives in Jedda. 6- Conjunctions: Join clauses or sentences or words. Examples: And but, when and while. I like milk and ice-cream. She likes cats but she doesn’t like dogs. The telephone has rang while I was eating my dinner.. 8- Interjections: Short exclamation, sometimes inserted into a sentence. Example: Oh, wow and well. • Hum, I’ll think about it. • Hi! How are you? • Well, I don’t know. Guessing the meaning from the context. Page: 88, 89 and 90. Homework: Exercise: 7. Page: 68. Exercise: 2. Page: 89. Thank you. See you next week.