Lesson 25 The New Friend
The New FriendQuestion: Who moves into the new house?
Answer: Makoto and his family
Question: How do you know that the boy telling the story is helpful?
Answer: He helps carry in the bags.
Question: What sentence tells us that Makoto is a good soccer player?
Answer: He kept running and running.
Question: Why do Makoto's parents give the boys cookies?
Answer: They want to thank them for carrying in the bags.
Question: Who is the narrator of the story?
Answer: a seven year old boy in the story
VocabularyQuestion: a group of people that may include a mom, dad, brother, and sister
Question: A place with lots of buildings and people.
Question: A place that you go to learn.
Question: to make a purchase with money
au, aw and oi, oyQuestion: a tool used to cut wood
Question: not a girl
Question: something that you can play with
Question: another word for dirt
Question: to carry something in a truck, such as rocks or sand
ou, ow wordsQuestion: A place where you live.
Question: A small animal that likes cheese
Question: Antonym for in
Question: What you might say if you get hurt
Question: Something that a girl may wear. Cinderella wore one to the ball.
Tell me moreQuestion: Why did the author write the story?
To tell me facts about soccer.
To tell me a story about Makoto making friends.
Answer: To tell me a story about Makoto making friends.
Question: What is the setting of the story?
A neighborhood in the United States
Answer: A neighborhood in the United States
Question: How do you know that Makoto has not been in the U.S. long?
Answer: He is seven and there is a picture of his seventh birthday party in Japan.
Question: How do you know that a character from the story is telling the story?
Answer: He says I.
Question: Why are the boys glad at the end of the story?
Answer: Makota is going to their school.