Are you having a nice weekend?
Today’s lesson is with a story. The story of Prince Amir. Find out what difficulties he has to overcome!
1. Understand the vocabulary
2. Watch the video
Set out – to begin traveling in a particular direction.
Pans – a usually shallow and open metal container that has a handle and that is used for cooking or baking.
Misfortune – bad luck.
Exempt – not required to do something that others are required to do.
Taste – to sense the flavor of (something that you are eating or drinking).
Stew – a dish of vegetables and usually meat cooked in hot liquid for a long time.
Drew back – go back.
Sharply – suddenly and by a large amount.
Clumsy – moving or doing things in a very awkward way and tending to drop or break things.
Streaking away – to go or move very quickly.
In spite – without being prevented by. Used to say that something happens or is true even though there is something that might prevent it from happening or being true.
Light-heartedness – having or showing a cheerful and happy nature.