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Easy Reading for ESL Beginners (1)

Easy Reading for ESL Beginners (1)
1. Red, White, and Blue2. Try to Sleep3. Washing Her Hands4. A Thin Man5. A Piece of Paper6. 101.

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Readers' Workshop Welcome to my Readers' Workshop! In our middle school we are on a block schedule. Each class is an hour and fourty five minutes.

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