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Learn 300+ Common Verbs in English with Pictures - 7 E S L Learn 300+ Common Verbs in English with Pictures 5.2Kshares Learn extensive list of common verbs in English through pictures and examples… You can jump to any section of this lesson: [hide] Common Verbs in English Action Verbs Chapter One: 'The Boy Who Lived' DanielDaniel Radcliffe reads the first chapter of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone/Sorcerer’s Stone, as part of Harry Potter At Home. Look out for more special video readings in the upcoming weeks. Daniel will be the first of many exciting contributors to help us read through the first Harry Potter book, as he introduces the Dursleys, who don’t like anything mysterious. Enter a cat reading a map, owl-filled skies and whispers about the Potters.
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Making the right choices: ‘Lean On Me’ Every word in the song “Lean On Me” by Bill Withers has been written into a grid with some distractors. Starting in the upper left corner, students complete the lyrics choosing one of the words available right next to the last word in any direction and using each square only once. To guide them through the process, the writing worksheet provides students with a few words in each line, including the first ones, which are also capitalised in the grid for easier reference. You may want to model and play the first two lines of the song so that the students can understand the procedure.
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