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Money Is The Key
Have you ever wanted to be a billionaire? Have you ever wanted to have so much money you couldn’t spend it all? Joe is the luckiest boy in school. You wouldn’t believe what he has!
F1 Car And Track House as big as Buckingham palace And so much money you won’t believe it!
People who will like this book have probably wanted to be rich. You will have to be mad to want to have all the stuff he has. This book would be enjoyed by boys 9 years and above.
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The main monuments in London & Washington This is Big Ben, in London.
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FACES OF LONDON TEST. 1. … is one of the most famous clocks in the world. The London Eye The Thames Big Ben Tower Bridge A B C D.
Home, sweet home!. A room where people can have a rest, watch TV, sit together and talk A living room (a sitting room)
Have you ever been to England? Yes! Did you like it? Would you like to go again? No! Would you like to visit it? Why?
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What do you know about London?. Buckingham palace.
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WHAT IS BILLIONAIRE BOY!?.3. WHY IT IS SUCH A GOOD BOOK !. 4. WHY IT IS SUCH A GOOD BOOK CONTINUED.5. WHAT HAPPENS IN THE BOOK.6. ABOUT THE AUTHOR !!!.7.
Are they fridges / …? ______________ Yes, they are. No, they aren’t.
1 London Eye 2 Buckingham Palace 3 Tower 4 House of Parliament 5 Trafalgar Square 6 Piccadilly 7 Windsor Castle 8 Westminster Abbey 9 St. Paul Cathedral.
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