By Betty Schrampfer Azar

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

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Dl) ::, . 9. seldom I , . I 2 , ;i31:,:t, o y 5:. -- ;, ::~tt . ~, ti: i; , - 10. seldom Tom is at the library in the evening. 11, rarely I eat breakfast; 12. ofen I take the bus to school. 13. u s d y The weather is hot in July. 14. nswr Sue drinks coffec 15. sometimes She drinks tea. 9 .. r Y ,;. li,r' . : i EXERCISE &WRITTEN: Describe a typical day in your life, from the time you get up in the morning until you go to bed. Use the following words to show the order of your activities: then, next, a t .

1. Lemons vegetables. 2. A lemon a kind of fruit. : - 3. I from the United States. 4. We - . :,. 1 ... -- . '. human beings. i 5. Eggs oval. 6. Chickens , ,. buds, but bats 7. Salt sweet. Sugar 8. Soccer birds. , . 4 ; 4 ' 3 . sweet. E a sport. , 9. Soccer and basketball 10. Africa EXERCISE 54-REVIEW: 1. I -- ; s r r f ~ :f\ sports. a counay. It a continent. Complete the sentences. Are you a student at this school? iC E B: Yes, A: Where you from? B: I 2. A: Where B: Yoko A: Where B: Ali and Roberto , , .

A pen. a pen. apen. blue ink. haue pens. (g) You have pens. (h) They have pens. ( f ) We we 1+ i? } it + have has EXERCISE 33: Complete the sentences. Use have and has. 1. We haw 2. I grammar books. a dictionary. 3. Kate a blue pen. She a blue notebook too. 4. You a pen in your pocket. 5. Bob a notebook on his desk. 6. Anna and Bob 7. Sarnir is a student in our class. He 8. I pens too. notebooks. They a red grammar book. a grammar book. It 9. You and I are students. We 10. Mike in her purse. a red cover.

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