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These lessons will help you learn much of the vocabulary and many of the sentence forms you need to know to live in an English-speaking society. The spellings and the expressions used are those from the United States. Grammar rules and spelling rules are covered by other sections of this site.
You can print out the lessons from the web pages or order them free via e-mail.
The following materials will help you do these lessons if English is not your native language:
Learn about American Culture of the 1950's to the 1980's through the popular music of the time.
Practice reading English with Lyrics to the songs and biographies of the singers and bands at www.mikiemetric.com .
Practice reading English. Check out the following stories at www.mikiemetric.net .
their planet's sun began growing hotter, most of the insect-like
residents began taking steps to protect themselves from the rising
temperature. One group built a rocket ship and prepared to send
the ship into space to find a new home just in case life became
impossible on their own planet. A large green caterpillar named
Greeple was chosen to pilot the rocket. The ideal planet that
Greeple finally landed on was already occupied, so the caterpillar had
to adjust his plans.
25 pages, full-color illustrations. Story can be reviewed at www.mikiemetric.net .
Hare began playing practical jokes on his friends in Petunia
Park. They soon decided they had to do something about it.
Find out what the other animals did to keep Harold from playing more
22 illustrated pages. Story can be reviewed at www.mikiemetric.net .
"Busy Lizzie learned to rhyme
Before she learned to tell the time."
And so begins the book about Lizzie Sue and how she learned to make rhymes while going for rides in the car with her father.
18 illustrated pages. Story can be reviewed at www.mikiemetric.net .
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