Have you ever thought about the words your pets would say to you if they could speak?
Please watch this short video to listen to the confession of one sweet Chihuahua called Prince. The vocabulary list below will help you.
to account for – to give reasons for (an event, act, etc.);
to loathe– to detest, to hate;
despair– total loss of hope;
to humiliate -to make somebody feel ashamed or stupid and lose the respect of other people; noun – humiliation;
to emasculate somebody – to make a man feel that he has lost his male role or qualities;
to smother somebody -1) (with something) to kill somebody by covering their face so that they cannot breathe; 2) to give somebody too much love or protection so that they feel restricted;
contempt -the feeling that somebody/something is without value and deserves no respect at all;
excruciating – extremely painful or bad;
a kindred spirit -a person with whom one has something in common;
excruciating -extremely painful or bad;
epiphany -any moment of great or sudden revelation;
to plot -to make a secret plan to harm somebody
execution – 1)the act of killing somebody, especially as a legal punishment
2)the act of doing a piece of work, performing a duty, or putting a plan into action;
to beckon -to appear very attractive to somebody
Please, learn the vocabulary and use the words in your own sentences. You may describe Prince’s feelings or your own feelings and emotions.
For speaking practice, please record yourself reading the script on audioboom and post the link to your recording in the comments below. Act it out! 🙂