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ACTIVE AMERICAN ENGLISH (with Tibetan translation)

An English instructing textual content with Tibetan translation. Many pages of routines. The English used to be translated into chinese language and it used to be from the chinese language that the Tibetan model was once made.

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Expensive adj. # ) @ 7. any adj. 8. money n. ( 1 9. job n. || Do you have a full time job? ( 10. look vi. ( for ) *look for... for? ( || What is she looking ) 11. luck n. . 12. poor adj. ) || Poor Billy has a terrible cold. ( B . Grammar Points - ) ( 9 no $ but ) not one # 4 # because 1. He wants expensive shoes, but he doesn’t have any money. = He wants expensive shoes, but he has no money. ( no not # I have not money. (X) I have no money. ( a. no b. no " [ " B no = ] not any [ any ) ( not not ] 4 57 B = $ [ no B ] not B I have not any money.

Connie: What for? Roy: I want some coins for the pay phone. Connie: I see. Here you are. Roy: Thank you. Connie: You’re welcome. + 2 3 3 ( . Key Points " ( ' 1. change n. ( ( * [ . (a dollar) ) % +1 % ] ( (two dollars) 61 % (three dimes) +1 % [ ] % change % (two changes) change [ ] ( ( % A 2 ( 8 (a change) ( How many changes do you have? How much change do you have? +1 8 I have twenty dollars in change. 2. Do you have any change? ( I want some coins for the pay phone. ( any some % ( " " any ( B , % ) % some 3 a.

He doesn’t. Zhaxi: What does he do? Tsomo: He usually plays tennis. Key Points ' mountains % , 1. What do you usually do on Sundays? ( *on Sunday 4 on Sundays 2. go for a walk countryside tomorrow. ( ) 4 # 4 Do you want to go to the beach on Sunday? ( I practice the piano 4 on Sundays. ( % " % 4 = take a walk *walk n. A ) % ) Let’s go for a walk in the %) % 3. mountain n. 4. husband n. 5. tennis n. , . 1. Patty _______ up at eight o’clock. (A) wake (B) rises (C) wakes (D) waking 2. At seven o’clock I ______ my homework.

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