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Saturday, February 5, 2011

Homework for the weekend

Homework for the Weekend Feb 4th

  You will have a present/present continuous grammar test on Monday.  
    Review  with handouts I gave you. 
   Use some of the grammar links on the right to practice. I will try to post more.      
 Also practice writing compound sentences  ( and, but, so , or)
READING: Basic Reading  Power
     Part 1 p. 12-13-14,  Part 2 p.75—78., Part 3 P.182-184, Part 4, p211-213  

   Handout-  A Cheap Piano                                                                                                                                       
LISTENING:   ESL NEWS                                                                                                                 
Randall’s ESL Lab (link on the right)  Do at least five exercises until you have 100%.Do   ALL the exercises. 

Writing:     Correct ALL the mistakes in your paragraph about a family member. Then, rewrite it and hand in a good second copy. 

Have a good few weeks.I will post updates while I am gone. 
Check to see if I have anything to say.  

Post some comments of your own.                                           

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