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Write English Right: An ESL Homonym Workbook (edition 1993)

by Lawrence Klepinger (Author)

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Help is here for ESL students to cope with English words that sound alike but are not spelled the same (ex: their, there, & they're). The cassettes provide oral exercises to supplement the book's written ones. Students can respond to the tape exercises by spelling out the correct homonym, based on sentence context.… (more)
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Title:Write English Right: An ESL Homonym Workbook
Authors:Lawrence Klepinger (Author)
Info:Barron's Educational Series (1993), Edition: First Edition, 160 pages
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Help is here for ESL students to cope with English words that sound alike but are not spelled the same (ex: their, there, & they're). The cassettes provide oral exercises to supplement the book's written ones. Students can respond to the tape exercises by spelling out the correct homonym, based on sentence context.

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