Private came running towards Kowalski holding a book in his flippers. Kowalski stood up from the slab of concrete he was sitting on. "What is it, Private?" he asked.
Private opened the textbook. "I don't get what a sign-o-nime is," he told him.
"It's pronounced "synonym", Private," Kowalski told Private.
Kowalski has been teaching Private Language Arts ever since he learned it himself while he, Rico, and Skipper visited a classified area outside of zoo walls. Leaving Private to watch the HQ sa pamamagitan ng himself with Marlene. Kowalski told Skipper that Private should learn it too, since Private was the only one who hasn't learned it out of the whole team. Skipper agreed.
"A synonym, Private, is a word meaning the same as another word," he said. "Well, I'll teach you it at 3 o'clock. Okay?"
Durning Private's classtime, Kowalski could see that Private was having a hard time doing the worksheet. "Is there something wrong?" he asked.
Private looked up from the paper. "I still don't get how to do this," sinabi Private.
Kowalski was thinking of an example. "Let's say, you need another word for 'Captain'," he said, "You need to look for a word with the same meaning. Like the word 'Skipper', because it also means 'captain'."
It wasn't really a clear explaination, but Private seemed to understand.
"I think I get it." Private scribbled down his answer on the paper. That's when the kampanilya rang. "Ooooh, yay! Bye Kwalski! I'll be at the telly!" Private hoped down from the block of concrete he was using as a chair and waddled away quickly to sit in front of their small T.V.
Kowalski watched the little ibong dagat as he waddled away. He glanced at the papers Private left on the table. He picked it up, and chuckled at what he saw.
Well, Private got number 5 right!