Old ads are great for vocabulary. Can you guess the missing word in these ads? All start with the letter 'N."
Cartoons are memorable. Exaggerated features are memorable. And this image gives a useful cultural association.
There are enough errors in English on this sign that it is hard to tell what is meant. But it is fun trying to figure it out.
Comprehension questions, based on Lincoln's "A House Divided" speech:
What is Lincoln referring to as a “house” in this speech?
What is the “Union” he talks about?
What is “it” in the phrase “its advocates will push it forward”?
What two possibilities does Lincoln see?
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More practice in vocabulary from Lincoln's "A House Divided" speech.
Try these exercises to learn and remember the meanings: