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- Understanding modals of necessity -  must, have got to, have to

- Understanding modals of necessity - must, have got to, have to

American English State  http://www.americanenglish.state.gov/

American English State http://www.americanenglish.state.gov/

Kerronnan harjoittelussa esimerkiksi verbikuva-sarjoja voi hyödyntää vanhemman…

Kerronnan harjoittelussa esimerkiksi verbikuva-sarjoja voi hyödyntää vanhemman…

Área: Lectura Reconocimiento Global Objetivo: El niño realizará lectura global Estrategia: Flashcards Actividad: El terapeuta le mostrará una serie de flashcards con palabras, las cuales el niño deberá leer lo más rápido posible Material: Flashcards Tiempo: 20 min

Área: Lectura Reconocimiento Global Objetivo: El niño realizará lectura global Estrategia: Flashcards Actividad: El terapeuta le mostrará una serie de flashcards con palabras, las cuales el niño deberá leer lo más rápido posible Material: Flashcards Tiempo: 20 min

Commonly Confused Adjectives with Explanations

Commonly Confused Adjectives with Explanations

Differences between Anyone and any one; none and no one

Differences between Anyone and any one; none and no one

A review of the basics is always beneficial. This poster, created by the folks at www.knowledgeunlimited.com, measures 18- by 25-inches. You can order it for just under 15 dollars at  http://www.thekustore.com/kucatalog.cgi/7124P

A review of the basics is always beneficial. This poster, created by the folks at www.knowledgeunlimited.com, measures 18- by 25-inches. You can order it for just under 15 dollars at http://www.thekustore.com/kucatalog.cgi/7124P

Telephone language  #learnenglish #englishlanguage  http://www.uniquelanguages.com/#/english-courses/4576881423

Telephone language #learnenglish #englishlanguage http://www.uniquelanguages.com/#/english-courses/4576881423

HOMOPHONES are words that sound exactly the same (they are spelled differently and have different meanings).  Here are some that may surprise you!

HOMOPHONES are words that sound exactly the same (they are spelled differently and have different meanings). Here are some that may surprise you!