Hi teachers,

Information to consider:

The students have read a story, and in the story are words that have been explained with synonmys or phrases that are in a glossary. One of the exercises after the story is to fill in the blanks.

My question is about the directions. Which one would be better? Is there a better one?

a) Fill in the blanks by choosing the appropriate synonyms from the glossary according to the given numbers.

b) Fill in the blanks by choosing the appropriate synonyms from the given glossary's numbers.

This is the exercise. There are more words in the glossary, this is just an example.

Glossary

Synonyms for and Explanations to some English Words

1.- A synonym for now is at this moment.

2.- A synonym for a lot of is a big quantity of.

3.- A synonym for in fact is in reality.

4.- Synonyms for only are simply and just.

5.- A synonym for a little is a small quantity.

1.- At this moment. 2.- A big quantity of. 3.- In reality. 4.- Simply and just. 5.- A small quantity.

(1) _____ Robert is taking his wallet out of his jacket pocket. How much money is there in Robert’s wallet? There isn’t (2) ___________ money, (3) __________ there's (4) _________ (5) ___________ money.

Thanks in advance
Hi teachers,

So sorry, just ignore this post please.
Hi teachers,

So sorry, just ignore this post please.