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Let"s Learn English (LETS)

Donald Dallas

Let"s Learn English (LETS)

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Published by Longman .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • ELT: Learning Material & Coursework

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10646227M
    ISBN 100582040701
    ISBN 109780582040700

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The most interesting part? Please tell us everything! The guide also makes the teacher aware of the need to accommodate pupils with special needs and ensure multi-ability learning. An additional aid is the use of symbols based on the International Phonetic Alphabet to represent individual sounds and the pronunciation of each vocabulary item in the book.

Simple language and realistic dialogue even among the animals! When the womancame back, she took her bag and went home. The provision ofonline versions will help parents and the general public to have access to our textbooks andunderstand the ways in which children are taught in the classroom.

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Complete the table with the appropriate phrasal verbs used in the text above. He wants to test his parents. Group or individual travel cards.

What kind of books do you like to read? It contains detailed information on specific lesson objectives, lesson preparation, pronunciation of key vocabulary and overall lesson procedure.

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Let's learn English

They returned before sunset andfed their calves. Pre-listening -ask ss to tell jobs of people in the pictures - tell what they have to do 2.

One morning when he reached thepond, it was dirty. Present the dialogue - ask ss to listen to the tape three times - ask them to read in pairs. Institutions can afford to buy subscriptions for all their students and receive huge discounts on even these cheap prices.

The next dayTizan discovered that his gato kanet hadgrown into a tree and there were gatokanet all over. There, her calf was crying out for her. Here come the soldiers. She was worried about her calf that was waiting for her.

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The drawings and pictures will help to teach vocabulary in context and to stimulate conversation. More than new words have been added to 4/4(1). Lets Learn English Std 4 Teacher's guide. by Ngare. ISBN: SKU: Let's Learn English is an English course that is designed to meet Author: Ngare.

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