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Vocabulary activities A.CircleCircle B.CategoriesCategories C.HangmanHangman D.ListingListing E.DrawingDrawing
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CountryAnimalFruitVegetableCountable noun Uncountable noun Begin with the letter you hear.
_____ Clue:It stays hot even if you put it in the fridge.
kitchen bathroom library How many words do you know?
Listen and draw.
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Can you tell the letter each picture begins with?
Speaking Functions: Making a request You are drawing a picture. You want to borrow a blue marker from your friend. What would you say to your friend?
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The images that you are now viewing are part of a larger picture, not unlike a puzzle. See if you can predict what other images will complete the puzzle/picture.
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