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By Betty Schrampfer Azar

ISBN-10: 0133683176

ISBN-13: 9780133683172

ISBN-10: 0133684245

ISBN-13: 9780133684247

Now in an all-new moment version, this worktext provides uncomplicated constructions and vocabulary in a step by step development procedure, in addition to plenty of chance for perform via assorted workouts. Covers all easy English grammar constructions and ideas via transparent, concise charts and examples. For beginning-level ESL newbies.

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13. Jack always remembers his wife's birthday. 14. It snows in New York City in the winter. " Final -s is pronounced Is/. Read the sentences aloud. Mike sleeps for eight hours every night. sleeplsl Our teacher always helps us. helplsl Jack writes a letter to his girlmend every day. \I: -' Sara never laughs. laWsl Sue usually drinks a cup of coffee in the morning. drinwsl Kate walks to school every day. x waWsl Find the VERB in each sentence. Pronounce it. > Then read the sentence aloud. 8 ---. r 7.

V : ridclzl . Jack usually drives his car to school. drivelzl . , , . I ! ,. i . j f 4 i . nlA .! : Li Rain falls. m 1 Sally often dreams about her boyfriend. d~edzl Sometimes Jim runs to class. m-dzl Tina wears blue jeans every day. weadz1 EXPRESSING PRESENT TIME (PART 1) B 49 Find the VEM in each sentence. Pronounce it. Then read the sentence aloud. 8. ,~ <. 9. George lives in the dormitory. 10. Jean rarely smiles. :. s I :. I. 11. Sam always comes to class on time. it -. -. . i , i t . $ , ,rc j I:, I .

I sometimes watch the news on TV. At . 8:15 1 leave the dormitory. I go t o class. My class begins at 8:30. I'm in class from 8:30 to 11:30. After that I eat lunch. I usually haw a sandwich and a cup of tea for lunch. (Continue untilyou complete your &ye) k- -~-. -- ... -, . ~ .. - -. " You use your voice box to make voiced sounds. For example, the sound /b/ comes from your voicc box. The final sounds in (a) are voiced. " You don't use your voice box. You push air through your teeth and lips. For example, the sound lpl comes from air through your lips.

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