• Mahmud
    /village fair /education fair. **10. On visiting a place of historical interest/study tour. Dialogue: **1.Suppose you are in a fruit shop. Write a dialogue between you and the fruit seller. **2.About the importance of taking physical exercise. **3.Write a dialogue between you and your friend about the...
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  • Intgration of Skills
    more situations and tick the skills that might be involved. Can you think of a one-skill situation, a two-skill situation, a three-skill situation and a four-skill situation Situation Listening Speaking Reading Writing Discussing a magazine article with a friend Attending a lecture...
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  • Study
    shown (f) (i) on  (ii) above  (iii) behind  (iv) over  8. Ram and Sohan are two friends who met after a few years. Complete the dialogue between them in a suitable way by choosing the correct alternative from those given below. Write only the correct answer against the correct blank number in...
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  • Punk
    . GETTING ACQUAINTED (Meet my friend) І. Read and translate the dialogues. * * * - Are you acquainted with Miss Eagle? - Yes. She is an acquaintance of mine. - I’m sorry. But when and where did you get acquainted with her? - Oh! It’s a long time since we met. We got acquainted...
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  • Dffffffff
    |Short exchanges between: |Communication, teamwork,|Enhanced |[Both Teacher's | | |four newspaper/journal pieces: |Understanding that an essay or argument |1. Two friends, on an issue of|commitment...
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  • Gfhgdffvyhgvh
    dialogue between a Christian and Muslim. The article is from Australia and you will notice some spelling differences – i.e., “Demonisation” rather than demonization, and one or two other oddities. Also it is not written particular well in terms of clarity. That said, it opens up an opportunity...
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  • Cohesion and Coherence in the Essay Writing of Palestinian College_Students
    unrelated in short dialogues as reported by Widdowson (1978), whereas in writing long discourse, the writer should take into consideration these two elements which affect the reader's ability to comprehend what he/she reads. To summarize, this section examines the relationship between cohesion...
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  • What to Do
    → → → 2. Prewriting Activities 自由揮灑 free writing 勤寫日記 keeping a journal 腦力激盪brainstorming (Credit Cards for College Students) • Easy to get • Convenient • Offers come in the mail • All my friends have • Let you pay letter • Bought video...
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  • Ba English
    Rabindranath Tagore – The post office UNIT – IV FICTION R.K.Narayan – Swami and Friends UNIT – V SHORT STORY K.A.Abbas – The Sparrows Books for Reference: 1. Iyengar, K.R. Srinivasa. Indian Writing in English New Delhi: Sterling Publishers, 1985 2. Gupta, Balaram Ed. Links...
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  • Amogh
    making visibility difficult. The alien got down…………………. Or Susie wants to go for a party with her friends but her mother wants her to finish her school assignment. Write a dialogue between them with Susie trying to convince her mother. SECTION - C GRAMMAR - 15 MARKS Q8. Choose the most...
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  • Vasya
    : an extract from The Devoted Friend (gapped text) Skill ― reading for detailed comprehension Writing: a dialogue Speaking: discussing friendship, acting out a dialogue 5 B 6 G 7 D 1 Focus ➤ Reading for specific information ñ Ask Ss to look at the picture and the title. Elicit ideas from...
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  • Oodfghjkdryytyfr
    is a conversation between David and his friend, Meenu. Complete the dialogue by choosing the correct option from those given.              (3 Marks) David  : Hello. Is this 26897367? Meenu  : Yes. (a) ________________________________________________? David  : To Meenu...
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  • Srm Solve
    of his/her living condition using the information given. English For Today 17 Lesson 5 Friends Objectives: By the end of the lesson you will have practised giving compliments to your friends written cards written invitation cards giving directions written a dialogue between two...
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  • S.T. Coleridge & Romantic Movement
    development of Romantic individualism. Additionally, ‘This Lime Tree Bower My Prison’, like ‘Frost at Midnight’ belongs to the conversational group, which maintain intimate internal dialogue. Highlighting Romantic Idealism, ‘This Lime Tree Bower my Prison’ idealises Coleridge & his friends along with...
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  • Pbs Module
    friends: attend supervised trainings to improve skills: aim to be in the school badminton team | BAND 3 Form 2 B3 DL1 E1 LEARNING OUTCOME | TAKE PART IN SOCIAL INTERACTION | BAND | 3 | PERFORMANCE STANDARD | Use knowledge acquired through listening, speaking, reading and writing...
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  • Creative Writing
    their characters are thinking; Eighty-four Charing Cross Road by Helene Hanff is an example of a novel written entirely in letter form. Here are some ideas for experimenting with this sort of writing: 1 Think of a recent argument you had with a friend. Write an account of it as an entry in your diary...
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  • Carbon Trading
    , compressed biological matter every year,2 three to four times more than in 1950. This carbon will not be able to lock itself safely up underground again as coal, oil or gas for many, many millennia. 6 development dialogue september 2006 – carbon trading Aren’t there any other ways that the earth can...
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  • Student
    through long and short Qs. Writing skill : "Imagine you are the narrator, describe your experience & doubts" write a letter to your friend. Speaking skill : Create and deliver dialogues between an alien and Earthling. 3 WEEK NO OF WORKING DAYS TOPIC DETAILS SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES...
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  • Jigyasa
    annoying, but what really distress him most was that he had been unable to wear the suit of mail. 71 he entirely broke i. ii. iii. iv. ________ ________ ________ ________ Q14. Read the following conversation between two friends, Ginnie and Dimpi and complete the paragraph that follows. (4 marks...
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  • Chemistry for Human Welfare Promises and Concern
    appropriate places in sentences Writing Formal and Informal letters Situations for formal and informal letters Learns and applies the formats and uses the required vocabulary and language for letter writing Eg. 1. Write a letter to our friend about the pollution of the river in your area...
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