TITSER: Ok Class, Our lesson for today is all about Amphibian. Amphibian is derived from the Ancient Greek term ἀμφίβιος amphíbios which means both kinds of life, amphi meaning “both” and bio meaning life. The term was initially used for all kinds of combined natures. Eventually it was used to refer to animals that live both in the water and on land.
Can you give me an example of an Amphibian?
TOTO: Ser! Ser!
TITSER: Yes TOTO?
TOTO: Frog ho Ser!
TITSER: Aba! Very Good TOTO! Another Example!
TOTO: Another FROG Sir!