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Source: http://office.microsoft.com/cliparthttp://office.microsoft.com/clipart Pictures from: http://byford.uhome.net/cloud.htm andhttp://byford.uhome.net/cloud.htm http://earth.fg.tp.edu.tw/learn/weather/index4.htm P5 Unit 18 PowerPoint 18.1
It seems that a storm is coming. P5 Unit 18 PowerPoint 18.1
It seems that… (nice day) It seems that it is going to be a nice day. P5 Unit 18 PowerPoint 18.1
It seems that... (going to rain) It seems that it is going to rain. P5 Unit 18 PowerPoint 18.1
It seems that … (having a party) It seems that they are having a party. P5 Unit 18 PowerPoint 18.1
It seems that … (an accident) It seems that there is an accident. P5 Unit 18 PowerPoint 18.1
It seems that … (hurt) It seems that someone is hurt. P5 Unit 18 PowerPoint 18.1
It seems that … (tired) It seems that he is tired. P5 Unit 18 PowerPoint 18.1
It seems that … (birds) How many birds can you see? P5 Unit 18 PowerPoint 18.1
It seems that … (moving) Stare at the centre of the wheel. How do you feel? P5 Unit 18 PowerPoint 18.1
Can you find a man hidden among the coffee bean? It seems that … (a man) P5 Unit 18 PowerPoint 18.1
How many buses can you see, one or two? It seems that … (buses) P5 Unit 18 PowerPoint 18.1
Which square is bigger, the right one or the left one? It seems that … (square) P5 Unit 18 PowerPoint 18.1
Which line is longer, Line A or Line B? It seems that … (Line) A B P5 Unit 18 PowerPoint 18.1
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