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TEXT SEVEN

  1. One million two hundred and twenty five thousand three hundred and seventy-five.
  2. O'clock, and then five minutes past seven.
  3. TEXT A. A VICTIM TO ONE HUNDRED AND SEVEN FATAL MALADIES

A note | or a text at the table

A student | R a ther on the table
a student | or a schoolboy from the table

'Fred is my friend. He's a doctor. I'm not a doctor. I'm a teacher. Bess is not a teacher. She's a student. We're in my rm now. We're at the table. 'Please' give me 'three cups, Bess. Thank you. 'Put a' spoon into your cup, Fred.

"Are you a teacher? "-" Yes , I am. "

"Is your 'friend a' teacher, too? "-" No, he is not. "

"Is 'that' boy a student | or a schoolboy? "-" He's a schoolboy. "

"Is 'this his brief-case? "-" Yes, it is. "

Please 'come in. (), .Please 'go out. (), .Please 'm into the room. () , .Please 'go' out of the room. () , .


at - ,

a brief-case [?'bri: fkeis] -

a boy -

brown -

Bye-bye -

to come in -

u -

a doctor -

a friend [?'frend] -

Goodbye! - !

to go out -

he [hi :, hi] -

into -

now - ,

to put [t?'put] - ,

a schoolboy [?'sku: lboi] -

See you soon. -

she [?i :, ?i] -

a student [?'stju: d?nt] -

a table -

a teacher - ,

to thank -

Thank you - ,

three -

we [wi :, wi] -

yellow -

you [ju :, ju] - , , ,

your [jo :, jo] -





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