For those who are up to the translation challenge, I put these prefaces, which aren’t important to the lesson (or to much of anything), but which may or may not occasionally have some interesting tidbit of information. More rarely, they may be funny. This preface will be neither, and to those who have already expended considerable effort translating it, I apologize.
When two words rhyme, it means that they sound the same. For example, the word run and the word fun have the same pronunciation, except for the r and f. Other examples of words that rhyme are name and game, or bake and cake. You can find other rhyming words in this online rhyming dictionary; just write the word you want to rhyme, and click on “Rhyme”.
For the lesson on Wednesday (or Thursday, for those of you in 5th), you need to do a little preparation. For the class, look for three pairs of words that rhyme. For the classes that have not received eggs, if you bring more than three pairs, I will give your class eggs. But! You have to know the meanings of the rhyming words; I will not accept unemployed and sternocleidomastoid.