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Synonyms 2B (Continued) - December 02, 2013
Lesson Collection #4
- Lesson 4f
Mode: Pair Work Activity
This is the follow-up lesson to Synonyms 2 (A +B). It works best if students have already completed the lesson because the answers to the synonyms on this worksheet are the same.
Students try to think of a simple adjective from three more difficult synonyms. For example, on the worksheet, the following three synonyms appear:
A simple synonym for these three words is interesting.
Another example is:
A simple synonym for these three words is dangerous. Synonyms 2B (Continued) is a wonderful and fun way to improve vocabulary!
There are eight additional Synonyms lessons. They are:
Synonyms 1 (A + B) (See Lesson 04a above) Synonyms 1A - Continued (See Lesson 04b above) Synonyms 1B - Continued (See Lesson 04c above) Synonyms 2 (A + B) (See Lesson 04d above) Synonyms 2A - Continued (See Lesson 04e above) Synonyms 3 (A + B) (See Lesson 4g below) Synonyms 3A - Continued (See Lesson 4h below) -and- Synonyms 3B - Continued (See Lesson 04i below).
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