The characters principal:
Josephine "Jo" March Bhaer
Fifteen-year-old Jo was very tall, thin, and brown. She had a decided mouth, a comical nose, andsharp, gray eyes, which appeared to see everything, and were by turns fierce, funny, or thoughtful.
Margaret "Meg" March Brooke
At sixteen, she is the oldest sister. She is considered the beauty ofthe March household (written as very pretty, plump and fair, with large eyes, plenty of soft, brown hair, a sweet mouth, and white hands, of which she is rather vain) and she is well-mannered.Elizabeth "Beth" March
Beth is thirteen years old , and is a quiet, kind girl, and a pianist. Alcott describes her as a rosy, smooth-haired, bright-eyed girl, with a shy manner, timid voice, and a peacethat was seldom disturbed. She enjoys taking care of her dolls. Beth has a hospital for six dolls, all of them invalids, passed down by her sisters.
Amy March Laurence
The youngest sister agetwelve when the story begins.Amy is interested in art. She is described by the author as a 'regular snow-maiden' with curly golden hair and blue eyes, 'pale and slender' and 'always carrying herself' likea very proper young lady. She is dissatisfied with the shape of her nose which she attempts to fix with a clothespin. She is "cool, reserved and worldly" which sometimes causes her trouble
8.Make alist of at least 50 new words you learned in the book. Write their parts of speech (adjective, Noun, Verb, Adverb) from the dictionary and their meaning.
1. Dark. Red: adj, noun Colours not light,closer in shade to black than to while: dark blue/ green/ red, etc Darker colours are more practical and don’t show strain.
2. Slippers: (noun) loose soft shoe that you wear in the house.
3.Cried: pt, pp of gry
4. Shall: used with/ and we for talking about or predicting the future.
5. Bottle: (noun) a glass or plastic container, usually round with straing sides and a narrow...