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All New Very Easy True Stories - A Picture-Based FIRST Reader

 
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Сборник тщательно отобранных и профессионально проиллюстрированных занимательных текстов для чтения, адаптированных из газет и журналов. 14 историй, написанных на очень лёгком и понятном английском, которые не оставят вас равнодушными!

A woman gets a phone call, but it is the wrong number. How does this call save her life?
A man parks near a “No Parking” sign and gets a ticket. Every day he goes back to the “No Parking” sign and parks there, and every day he gets a ticket. Why does he keep going back?
A woman is driving on a highway at 100 mph, and she cannot slow down. What does she do?

All New Very Easy True Stories, by Sandra Heyer, continues the True Stories tradition with a companion book to Very Easy True Stories. Written at the same reading level, the text features all new stories and exercises.
These fourteen real believe-it-or-not tales are adapted from newspapers and magazines for beginning students of English. The stories are told as simply as possible and are written exclusively in the present tense.

A great companion text to the original Very Easy True Stories, this book features all new stories and exercises written at the same beginning level.
Humorous, poignant, astounding, and all true, the 14 stories at this level are 10 to 20 sentences in length. First, students see a series of captioned pictures so the meaning is clear. Then, students read the story in text form (accompanied by a photograph) for real reading practice. Finally, students do exercises following each story to develop very basic reading skills as well as build pronunciation, spelling, and vocabulary proficiency. An answer key is included.
 
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