- What do you know about the word, “aloha”? Where is it from? What does it mean?
- When do people say it?
- What does the word “spirit” mean?
- When you put “aloha” and “spirit” together, what do you think they mean?
Listen to the audio. Repeat the sentences below to practice your pronunciation and speaking skills.
The following words are from unit 8 – add the vowels to complete the words.
Don’t go back to the previous lessons!
Antonyms are words that have opposite meanings.
Try to find the word in the box that has an opposite meaning to the word in the list below?
Fill in the blanks with the new words. Use each word only one time.
The words below are in the passages “The Aloha Spirit” and “Pikopiko – Practicing the Aloha Spirit.”
• Scan through the passages to find out what part of speech (P.S.) the words and phrases are.
• Write the part of speech (P.S.) on the line beside the new vocabulary word.
• Read just the part of the passage and use the context clues in the passage to match the word with
the correct definition. Do not use your dictionary!
Who protects freedom in the United States? Try to match the name of each group with the job that each one does. The first one has been done for you.
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Read the passage then answer the True or False questions