Same Here

Of course, we have to be polite and ask the other person how he or she is:



Rather than repeat the phrase, the other person will probably say “likewise” or “same here.” In Greek, they use the word for “also” which requires some new letters. Here’s the first one, a consonant.

See that letter? It sounds like the first consonant in strange, and it's strange because the small version has two different written forms.

Use when the letter appears at the beginning or in the middle of a word.
Use when the letter is at the end of the word.

Examples:

  (staircase)   (pasta)
  (thin [not thick])   ([the] end)

Hear the letter’s sound: hear the sound
Hear the letter’s name: hear the letter name

We’ll use a picture drama to introduce the next letter.

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