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BRAIN TRAINER

Instructions: Listen, write and organize the sentences on a paper

Target Language: He eats noodles. It is plain. He adds chili sauce. He tries the noodles. It tastes a lot better. He...




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7 July 2019

talkpusher Author Country Flag Colombia

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Target Language: I he she it you (singular) you (plural) we they address apartment area code city city county family name first name country state street surname zip code My name is_______. I'm ...




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28 January 2019

gringa999 Author Country Flag United States of America

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Pronomi diretti

Target Language: Hai comprato il pane stamattina? Sì, l'ho comprato dal panettiere all'angolo. Come prepari il caffè? Lo preparo con la moka. Mangi la carne? No, non la mangio. sono vegetariana. ...




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19 March 2018

silviaricchiuto Author Country Flag Italy

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Personal pronouns

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Instructions: Singular or plural? Decide.

Target Language: Singular Plural

I you he she it we you they




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26 September 2017

Esuu1986 Author Country Flag Poland

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Level 1 Sort into Categories

Instructions: A Noun is a naming wordA Verb is an action wordA Pronoun is also a naming word ( I, you, he, she, this, who, what).An Adverb adds to a verb.The following words come from the text you ...




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21 August 2016

catdevo Author Country Flag Australia

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Pronouns, Common Nouns, Proper Nouns

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Target Language: Common Nouns Proper Nouns Pronouns

teacher dog cat car pen table chair computer desk boy girl mom dad October November John Spot Charlie Monday Friday ...




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3 November 2014

nsalguero Author Country Flag United States of America

Sorting Nouns

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That vs. Which vs. Who

Target Language: 1. Cars that are hybrids use less gasoline than cars that aren't. 2. People who exercise regularly are less likely to become obese. 3. Roses, which are often brightly colored, are ...




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30 December 2013

Quickworksheets Author Country Flag Australia

An intermediate to advanced worksheet reviewing the correct usage of "that", "which" and "who".

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