By A. Suresh Canagarajah, Suresh Canagarajah
This e-book explores how English is utilized in outer edge groups, whereas subtly resisting the linguistic imperialism from the worldwide ELT company.
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Use each word in a sentence when it is spoken. bear 20 rare mare wear swear Copyright © 2010 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. All rights reserved. dare LESSON 19 tax vs. tacks tax = Money that is paid by citizens to support their government. ) tacks = Short, flat-headed nails with sharp tips. ) Large, loose stitches used to mark something. ) Which Is Right? 1. She the dress. in the seams until she is ready to finish sewing 2. The bill in the restaurant includes both for the waiter. 3. I need more board.
If the hike. doesn’t stop, we won’t be able to go on a 4. Queen Elizabeth has had a long . Phonics: Long A Learn to spell all the words in bold print. Pay attention to the same vowel letter pattern in each word. The Long A sound is made by the AI letter pattern. rain brain main chain pain drain vain grain The Long A sound made by the EIGN letter pattern occurs in only one common word: reign Show YOU Know! 1. Write one or two sentences using as many of the words in the AIN and EIGN letter patterns as you can.
Use each word in a sentence when it is spoken. role stroll stole toll roll pole 30 Copyright © 2010 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. All rights reserved. LESSON 29 die vs. dye die = To become dead; stop living. ) To lose strength or force. ) dye = Liquid or powder color used to change the color of something else. ) To change the color of something. ) Which Is Right? 1. Sometimes food, such as blueberries or cranberries, cloth. is used to 2. After a while, the applause will 3. That plant will down. if you forget to water it.