First Friends 1: Teachers Resource Pack by Susan Iannuzzi
Unit 4: Family and Friends
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Words Grammar. Core: Rosy, Tim, Billy, hello, goodbye Whats your name? Extra: everyone, English, fun , teacher, friends, has got, I'm Ttm. Core: red, green, blue, black, white Its red.. Whats this? Core: desk, chair, crayon, pencil, notebook It's a desk.
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When I was little I had three imaginary friends — Pamela and Jennifer and a friend of theirs who sometimes came to play but whose name I never knew. I set places for them at the table, they had seats on the bus and they came shopping with us to Brown's in York. I really wanted a brother or sister and when I was 10 or 11, I remember speculating about the slight swelling of my mother's stomach. Was the longed-for sibling on the way? When would she give me the news?
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