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Homework #14 for the Cambridge Flyers course. This part is focused on reading.

Dear students, look and read. Write yes or no.

Example:
0. The clock says it's half past four.
answer: yes

EUGENE MARSDEN

Creative English Teacher

1. The boy who has short brown hair is putting salt and pepper on the table.

2. Some of the children’s toys and a radio are on a shelf above the cooker.

3. The smallest bowl is a different colour from the other bowls.

4. Through the window you can see a bicycle.

5. The two spoons are next to the three knives on the table.

6. The boy who is looking in the fridge is wearing striped trousers.

7. Someone has taken a piece of pizza off the plate.

8. Outside, the weather is foggy.

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Listening

Listening forces automatic learning and leads to general language acquisition.
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Writing

Writing ideas down preserves them so that you can reflect upon them later.
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Reading

Reading is the best way to learn and remember the proper spelling of words.
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Speaking

Speaking provides the ability to engage others in social circles

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Please submit your homework below. Double check the spelling of your words and your sentences.

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