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INTRODUCTORY UNIT
THE ALPHABET A = Apple B = Bee C = Cat D = Dog E = Elephant

F = Flower

G = Giraffe

H = House

I = Insect

J = Japan

K = King

L = Lion

M = Mouse

N = Nose

O = Orange

P = Pig

Q = Queen

R = Rainbow

S = Snake

T = Train

U = Umbrella

V = Van

W = Window

X = X-ray

Y = Yellow

Z = Zebra

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__ an

__ range

__apan__ing

__ellow

__ebra

__og

__ig

__rain

THE NUMBERS

Table of Cardinal Numbers
Carcinal numbers from 1 through 1,000,000 1 one 11 eleven 21 twenty-one 31 thirty-one 22 twenty-two 40 forty 2 two 12 twelve 3 three 13 thirteen 23 twenty-three 50 fifty 4 four 14 fourteen 24 twenty-four 60 sixty 5 five 15 fifteen 25 twenty-five 70 seventy 6 six 16 sixteen 26 twenty-six 80 eighty 7seven 17 seventeen 27 twenty-seven 90 ninety 8 eight 18 eighteen 28 twenty-eight 100 a/one hundred 9 nine 19 nineteen 29 twenty-nine 1,000 a/one thousand 10 ten 20 twenty 30 thirty 1,000,000 a/one million

Crossword
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Across 1) 3) 5) 7) 9) 10) 11) 13) 14) 15)

Down

1) 2) 4) 6) 8) 9) 12)

NATIONALITIES
InEnglish all countries and adjectives describing the products, people or services from that country are proper nouns and as such start with a CAPITAL LETTER. For example: Ireland - Irish, Belgium – Belgian Country Australia Austria Belgium Brazil Britain Canada China Denmark Egypt England Finland France Germany Greece Hungary Italy Japan Korea Mexico Northern Ireland Poland Portugal Russia ScotlandSouth Africa Southern Ireland Spain Sweden Switzerland The Netherlands Turkey The UK The USA Wales Nationality Australian Austrian Belgium Brazilian British Canadian Chinese Danish Egyptian English Finnish French German Greek Hungarian Italian Japanese Korean Mexican Irish Polish Portugese Russian Scottish South African Irish Spanish Swedish Swiss Dutch Turkish British American Welsh OfficialLanguage(s) English Austrian French or Flemish Portugese English English or French Mandarin Danish Arabic English Finnish French German Greek Hungarian Italian Japanese Korean Spanish English Polish Portugese Russian English or Gaelic Afrikaans English Spanish Swedish French / German / Italian Dutch Turkish English English English or Welsh

Exercise Country - Nationality - Language
1. He's fromBrazil. He's ___. 2. I'm from Colombia. I can speak ___. 3. She's from Russia. She can speak ___. 4. We're from Italy. We're ___. 5. My friend is from Korea. He can speak ___. 6. Pablo is from Mexico. He's ___. 7. Martha is from the United States. She's ___. 8. My father is from China. He can speak ___. 9. Gloria is from Puerto Rico. She's ___. 10. Pierre is from France. He can speak ___. a. Brazilisha. Spanish a. Russia a. Italien a. Korish a. Spanish a. American a. Chiny a. Puerto Rich a. Franchise b. Brazilian b. Colombian b. Russy b. Italian b. Korean b. Mexican b. United Statian b. Chinish b. Puerto Rican b. Francese c. Brazilese c. Colombish c. Russian c. Italiun c. Koreanese c. Mexian c. United Statianese c. Chinese c. Puerto Riquean c. French

Articles
* A: indefinite used before asingular and noun beginning with a consonant. * An: indefinite and used before singular beginning with a vowel. * The: definite used before singular and plural nouns. Careful! 1-We use the article before a common noun in the singular 'THE' or nothing? 1. MAIN RULE: The definite article 'the' (invariable in form) designates a person, place, or event which has been specified or defined by thespeaker: Here's the book I bought. The cat is on the roof. He said he would bring the money. 2. OMISSION OF THE DEFINITE ARTICLE No article is necessary in the following cases: 2.1 Before abstract nouns or nouns representing general categories. It is often omitted after verbs expressing opinions or preferences: Truth is the highest good. I don't like animals. Cats are nicer than dogs. Time flies. She...
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