By T. J. Fitikides
Universal error in English takes greater than 550 examples of ordinary error (for instance, phrases which are usually harassed, misused, or used with the inaccurate preposition) and gives an accurate model and clarification that would aid scholars keep away from making a similar error themselves. a useful ebook for college kids who're prepared to 'get it correct' whenever. * bargains right models and reasons for greater than 550 standard mistakes * thoroughly up to date to mirror smooth English utilization
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I spy the “X” where they can be found! a pirate’s hat 41 Numbers Let’s find the number... zero one six seven twelve thirteen two three eight nine fourteen fifteen twenty nineteen eighteen five four eleven ten sixteen fifty seventeen one hundred Now let’s count... 2 rainbows 42 2 green stars 3 yellow planets 5 candles How old are you? Five, four, or three? And where’s that number? Do you see? Hap p y Bir thda y 70 43 Christ mas Let’s find... a tiny Santa a penguin a Christmas tree an owl a red spotted ornament a dancing Santa a sled and rider 2 candy canes a teddy bear 2 snowmen a spotted star an angel 3 blue candies 2 pinecones 44 a reindeer a stocking 5 green ornaments anta To S ole hP Nort o?
2 ballerinas a witch’s cat the Queen 38 the King a dragon a glass slipper a horse and carriage a tower the moon a witch 3 fish 2 princesses a lion 2 fairies a fairy godmother a prince a mermaid a superhero a wizard Spy two magic wands, then here’s what you do ... make a special wish that you’d like to come true! 39 Treasure hunt Let’s find... a treasure chest a gold buckle a key a parrot a crown a charm bracelet a green heart jewel a pirate ship a monkey 6 wooden pirates a brooch 10 gold coins a starfish 40 a fob watch a telescope a treasure map a ruby ring a sword a book a compass a quill pen a scroll More sparkly jewels are buried in the ground.
Yo te d y let oul rom a tw sf d Fin ha t wa if i W 45 More to f ind! You’ll find all these things if you go back and look at the big, busy pictures in this hide-and-seek book! a lemon a mirror a red polka-dotted kettle a police car a saxophone a bookshelf a yellow concrete mixer a yellow spatula 3 skateboards a cake knife a car transporter 46 a pair of tights an orange cat clock 2 cowboys a green tractor a tomato 2 oranges a bag of flour an orange slice a pirate skull eye patch bye! Bye- 4 blue clouds a coat stand a beach chair a broom a spool of red thread 3 suns a bird and birdcage an apple tree 7 more trees a silver whistle Seeds a flashlight 2 red candies a little chef a yellow sponge a seed packet an armchair a rose ring an abacus a dog bowl a wheat bale 47 Index of words we’ve found!