Grammar homework – due on 10th November

This week, we will be looking at synonyms in grammar lessons. We would like the children to complete the following activities:

Write a definition for synonyms.

Generate synonyms for the following words:

Said

Walked

Went

Got

Big

We would then like the children to uplevel these sentences:

Dave said that he was hungry.

Sarah walked across the playground.

They went to Scarborough for a weekend.

We got some things from the supermarket.

The castle was big.

33 thoughts on “Grammar homework – due on 10th November

  1. Synonyms are words that have been used at a greater use.(up-levelled)
    Said- Explained
    Walked- Saunter
    Went-travelled
    Got-Get is the proper word
    Big- Collosal
    Dave explained he was hungry
    Sarah sauntered around the playground
    They travelled to Scarborough
    We bought some things from the supermarket
    The castle was humongous

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    • A SYNONYM IS A WORD THAT YOU UP- LEVEL

      SAID-MURMED
      WALKED-MARCHED
      WENT-TRAVELED
      GOT-RECEIVED
      BIG-COLOSSAL

      DAVE,WHO WAS PLAYNG, WAS HUNGRY
      SKIPPING MERILY, SARAH TRAVELED ACROSS THE PLAYGROUND.
      LAST WEEKEND, WE WENT SCARBOURGH
      THE COLOSSAL WAS STARED DOWN AT ME
      MY FAMILY AND I, WNET TO THE SUPER MARKET

  2. Synonyms are words that have been more thought through. You can up-level , which means to make it better, by using the Thesaurus.
    Write a definition for synonyms.

    Generate synonyms for the following words:
    Said – Exclaimed
    Walked- Stroll
    Went- flee
    Got- receive
    Big- colossal
    We would then like the children to uplevel these sentences:
    Dave said that he was hungry. Dave exclaimed that he was hungry.
    Sarah walked across the playground. Sara strolled across the dark playground.
    They went to Scarborough for a weekend. They fleed to Scarborough for a week.
    We got some things from the supermarket. We received some things from the supermarket.
    The castle was big. The castle was colossal.

  3. Here is my homework,
    Synonyms are words that are up levelled (example: big to huge)
    Said- Mentioned an spoken
    Walked- Ambulate and Perambulate
    Went-Travelled
    Got- Got gifted
    Big- Hefty and immense
    Dave mentioned her was hungry.
    Sarah Ambulated around the playground.
    They travelled to Scarborough.
    We purchased some things from the supermarket.
    The castle was gigantic.
    By Esther Worley

  4. a word or phrase that means exactly or nearly the same as another word or phrase in the same language, for example shut is a synonym of close a person or thing so closely associated with a particular quality or idea that the mention of their name calls it to mind taxonomic name which has the same application as another, especially one which has been superseded and is no longer valid.

  5. a synonym is where you up level a word into a better word which means the same thing
    walk – stroll
    big – collosal
    got – bought
    said – replied
    went – travelled

    1Sarah strolled across the playground.
    2.dave replied why he was hungry
    3.we bought some things from the supermarket.
    4.they travelled to Scarbough for the weekend.
    5.The castle was collosal

  6. a synonym is where you up level a word into a better word which means the same thing
    walk – stroll
    big – huge
    got – bought
    said – replied
    went – travelled

    1Sarah strolled across the playground.
    2.dave replied why he was hungry
    3.we bought some things from the supermarket.
    4.they travelled to Scarbough for the weekend.
    5.The castle was huge

  7. Hi, this is my homework

    Definition for said: past and past participle of say.

    Definition for walked: move at a regular pace by lifting and setting down each foot in turn, never having both feet off the ground at once.

    Definition for went: past of go.

    Definition for got: past and past participle of get.

    Definition for big: considerable size or extent.

    Dave explained he was hungry.

    Sarah sauntered around the playground.

    They traveled to Scarborough.

    We bought some things from the supermarket.

    The castle was humongous.

  8. synonyms
    definition:It means a word or phrase that means the same with another word but up-levelled.
    examples:
    said-exclaimed
    walked-marched
    went-proceed
    got-get
    big-humongous
    Dad exclaimed that he was hungry.
    Sarah marched across the playground.
    They proceeded Scarborough.
    We will get some things from the super market.
    The castle was humongous.

  9. Definition for synonym
    A word or phrase that means exactly or nearly the same as another word or phrase in the same language, for example shut is a synonym of close.

    said-told
    walked-dadul
    went-travelled
    Got- Get in bed
    Big-monumental
    Dave told his mum that he was staving and could not wait for dinner.
    They travelled by train to go to Scarborough for a weekend.
    Sara daduled across the playground finding someone to play with.
    We will get some things from the supermarket.
    The castle that stood over 100 years ago was monumental.

  10. what does the word synonym mean?
    synonym means…
    a word or phrase that means exactly or nearly the same as another word or phrase in the same language.
    said-pronounce, speak, utter, voice, vocalise, declare, state, announce, remark, observe, mention, comment, note, add, reply, respond, answer, re-join, whisper, mutter, mumble, mouth, claim, maintain, assert, hold, insist, phrase, articulate, communicate, convey, verbalize, render, tell, reveal, divulge, impart, disclose, imply, suggest, signify, denote, mean, adduce, purpose, advance, offer, plead,

    walked-strolled, saunter, amble, trudge, plod, hike, tramp, trek, march, stride, troop, patrol, wander, ramble, tread, prowl, footslog, promenade, roam, traipse, stretch, advance, proceed, move, go, mosey, pootle, yomp, perambulate,

    went-moment, move, proceed, advance, progress, pass, walk, travel, journey, repair, remove, retire,

    got-obtain, acquire, obtain, receive, gain, earn, win, buy, purchase, procure, secure, gather, collect, appropriate, amass, hook, net, swing, nab, collar, cop, receive,

    big-large, sizeable, sustainable, considerable, great, huge, immense, enormous, extensive, colossal, massive, mammoth, vast, prodigious, tremendous, gigantic,
    up levelled sentences
    not up levelled
    they went to Scarbough for the weekend.
    we got some things from the super market.
    the castle was big.
    Dave said that he was hungry.
    Sarah walked across the playground.
    up levelled
    they travelled to Scarbough for the weekend.
    we obtained some some things from the super market.
    the castle was sizeable.
    Dave pronounced that he was hungry.
    Sarah sauntered across the playground.

    • extra sentences
      Lissy and Em denoted that they are BFFs.
      Lissy and Em play with Isabelle.
      We earn money by working (honestly I think children should earn money for going to school).

  11. a synonym is a word or phrase that means exactly the same as another word or phrase.
    said- stuttered, shouted, muttered, exclaimed.
    walked- strolled, roamed, paced, plodded, strode.
    went- scrambled, climbed, trotted, crawled.
    got- fetched,gathered, gained, acquired.
    big- colossal, immense,jumbo, oversize.
    Dave said that he was hungry-Dave cried that he was hungry.
    Sarah walked across the playground-Sarah strode across the playground.
    They went to Scarborough for a weekend- They trotted to Scarborough for the weekend.
    we got some things from the supermarket-we fetched somethings from the supermarket.
    The castle was big-The old,broken castle was colossal.

  12. a synonym is a word or phrase that means exactly the same as another word or phrase.
    said- stuttered, shouted, muttered, exclaimed.
    walked- strolled, roamed, paced, plodded, strode.
    went- scrambled, climbed, trotted, crawled.
    got- fetched,gathered, gained, acquired.
    big- colossal, immense,jumbo, oversize.
    Dave said that he was hungry-Dave cried that he was hungry.
    Sarah walked across the playground-Sarah strode across the playground.
    They went to Scarborough for a weekend- They trotted to Scarborough for the weekend.
    we got some things from the supermarket-we fetched somethings from the supermarket.
    The castle was big-The old,broken castle was colossal.

  13. a synonym is a word or phrase that means exactly the same as another word or phrase.
    said- stuttered, shouted, muttered, exclaimed.
    walked- strolled, roamed, paced, plodded, strode.
    went- scrambled, climbed, trotted, crawled.
    got- fetched,gathered, gained, acquired.
    big- colossal, immense,jumbo, oversize.
    Dave said that he was hungry-Dave cried that he was hungry.
    Sarah walked across the playground-Sarah strode across the playground.
    They went to Scarborough for a weekend- They trotted to Scarborough for the weekend.
    we got some things from the supermarket-we fetched somethings from the supermarket.
    The castle was big-The old,broken castle was colossal

  14. Definition for said: past and past participle of say.

    Definition for walked: move at a regular pace by lifting and setting down each foot in turn, never having both feet off the ground at once.

    Definition for went: past of go.

    Definition for got: past and past participle of get.

    Definition for big: considerable size or extent.

    Dave explained he was hungry.

    Sarah sauntered around the playground.

    They traveled to Scarborough.

    We bought some things from the supermarket.

    The castle was humongous.

    Enjoy!

  15. Here is my homework,
    Synonyms are words that are improved to add interest (example: big to huge)
    Said- Mentioned an spoken
    Walked- Ambulate and Perambulate
    Went-Travelled
    Got- Got gifted
    Big- Hefty and immense
    Dave whined he was hungry.
    Sarah ambulated around the playground.
    They travelled to Scarborough for a weekend
    We some things from the supermarket.
    The castle was substantal.
    Ramla Ali

  16. 1. A word that means the same as another word.
    2.
    Said- Shouted, Boomed, Growled, Whispered, Mumbled, Sang.
    Walked- Wandered, Meandered, Strolled, ran, Slumped, Skipped.
    Went- Were in, Were at.
    Got- Had, brought.
    Big- Clossal, Massive, Gigantic, Humongous, Enormous.
    3.
    Dave growled that he was hungry.
    Sarah meandered across the playground.
    They were at Scarborough for the weekend.
    We brought some things from the supermarket.
    The castle was clossal.

  17. Said/explain
    Walked/strolled
    Went/travelled
    Got/bought
    Big/huge

    Dave explained that he was hungry.
    Sarah strolled across the playground.
    They travelled to Scarborough for a weekend.
    We brought some things from the supermarket.
    The castle was huge.

  18. Valentina’s grammar homework
    A synonym is an up-level words which means to make it better and stronger.
    Generate synonyms for the following words:
    Said- mentioned
    Walked- marched
    Went- flee
    Got- earn
    Big- tremendous
    Dave mentioned that he was hungry.
    Sarah marched across the playground.
    They flee to Scarborough for a weekend.
    We earned some things from the supermarket.
    The castle was tremendous.

  19. synonyms
    A synonym are words that are up leveled
    Said- yelled

    Walked- strolled

    Went- traveled

    Got- took

    Big- colossal

    Dave yelled that he was hungry and that he wanted a pizza.

    Sarah strolled across the playground to her friends.

    They traveled to Scarborough for a weekend and went to an swimming pool.

    We took some things from the supermarket and got caught.

    The castle was ancient yet was colossal.

  20. definition for synonyms: synonyms are words that up level other words e.g.
    said- yelled
    walked- flew
    went- ran
    go- drove
    big- enormous

    Geff yelled because he was hungry.
    Lilly flew across the playground.
    They drove to Scarborough for the weekend to go to a Harry Potter festival.
    We took some things from the supermarket, without paying!
    the castle that was called Kennilworth was enormous.

  21. synonyms.
    are a leveed up word for example
    shouted(exclaimed)
    cried(wimperd)
    sleep(slept)
    big(large)
    walked(run)
    skipped(galuped)
    said(asked)
    got(get)
    went(proseed)

    not improved
    sam walked across the play ground
    I’mproved
    sam ran across the play round
    not improved
    she skipped to her house
    improved
    she galupted to her house
    not improved
    the orange grew big
    improved
    the orange grew big and then large

  22. Said – explain I explain to mum
    Walked – hike I went for a hike
    Went – been I all wedy been there
    Got – recived I recived I letter today
    Big – huge I saw a huge goose in billing aquadrome

  23. Grammar homework. Synonym: a word or a phrase that mean exactly or nearly the same as another word or phrase.

    said-say
    walked-walk
    went-go
    got-get
    big-large

    Dave shouted he was hungry.
    Sarah desperately ran across the playground.
    They circled to Scarborough for the weekend.
    We can get some things from the market.
    The castle was colossal.

  24. A synonym is an upleveled word.

    Said- Say
    Walked-Jogged
    Went-Go
    Got- Took
    Big-Gigantic

    Dave mumbled he was hungry.
    Sarah skipped across the playground.
    They travelled to Scarborough for the weekend.
    We got some groceries from the supermarket.
    The castle was huge.

  25. Said – Speak

    Walked – Roam

    Went – Trip

    Got – Taken

    Big – Gigantic

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    Dave politely said that he was hungry and he wanted food.

    Sarah roamed peacefully across the beautiful playground.

    They went to somewhere in Scarborough to stay for a weekend.

    We went to the supermarket and grabbed some things to eat.

    The castle was really gigantic!

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