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Synonyms are words that have the same meaning. For example: happy and glad over and above alike and same sad and unhappy
Now you try some on your own. 1. What is the synonym for begin ? It is time to begin our math test. Did you say ? Your right! GREAT JOB!! start
Lets try another one. 2.What is the synonym for purchase ? We will purchase a bike at Wal-Mart. Did you say ? Way to go! buy
Lets do one more. 3.What is the synonym for toss ? The child will toss the baseball. The correct answer is ! Did you get it right? Excellent work! throw
You are now a super synonyms star! Congratulations!
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