By L. A. Hill
I purchased this in Japan round 1975, and that i used it there and within the US. My scholars have loved hearing the tales and answering questions about them. no longer each tale is sweet, yet there are sufficient enjoyable tales to make it worth it. (The writer additionally wrote vol 2, yet i believe he ran out of fine tales first.)
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I'm sorry to hear that. 16 | You will hear ten short dialogues which contain the following exclamations. What do the exclamations mean? Do you say the same in your language? I "_,. Expressing quantity How do you feel today? Discussion point i What dishes is your country famous for? What kind of food is eaten a lot? What is a balanced diet? How does diet affect your health? Have you changed your diet recently? 2 Answer the questions and add up your scores to see if you have a balanced diet. TOTAL If your fat total was less than your fibre total, well done.
She's thinking of (11) in America, where she could earn a higher salary in a private hospital, but would prefer (12)_ in this country if possible. She likes (13) to see her parents whenever she wants to. A friend of hers went to America after (14) university, but began (15) her friends so badly that she had to come back. d. Have you got any brothers and 28 night? sisters? f. Example Who wrote Macbeth! Shakespeare did. a. Who was the first to arrive in class today? b. Who is absent? c. Who can speak the most languages?
And. you'll see. it's. it's frightening. . I mean . she's sleepwalking or something. and crying. . I tried to wake 5 her up . . but I couldn't. ' The door to the spare bedroom was half open. Bill waited before entering, listening to the terrified little sounds coming from the room: the running of bare feet on the carpeted floor; the light impact of a body crashing into objects; the soft weeping of childish fear, 10 desperately repeating the same strung-together words, 'Mommy daddy mommydaddymommydaddymommyhothothothothotmommydaddy.
Advanced Stories for Reproduction by L. A. Hill