There are twenty lessons, and teachers may cover them in any order. They are not graded, and each one contains very simple as well as more difficult and less frequently-used language items. While there is a certain logic to the presentation of the subject matter of the conversations, the level of difficulty remains more or less uniform throughout. Early lessons treat greetings, introductions, and small talk – topics and functions which often occur early in relationships or in initial encounters with strangers.
Each lesson has a uniform format consisting of five parts:
3 Your Turn
5 Try Your Hand
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