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The headmaster saw John and Anna.
Footsteps. by Simon Betterton – PDF
He and Mary started to exchange books again. It was Tony, the new security guard; he ran along the corridor and attacked John. Which do you prefer? He opened the Mary’s address book and turns the pages, he thought that she had many friends.
She lives in Bridge Street. She wasn’t happy now, she was serious and cold. A B John wears the problem John listens to a uniform John telephones down the corridors John walks his footsteps John reads the school John thinks about the letter B.
He thought about Mary. A teacher opened the cases.
Footsteps. by Simon Betterton
Being able to recognise these verbs will help them to understand the story. There’s a space, but it’s very small.
John returned to his house unhappy. They removed the grille and John looked inside with the torch.
He didn’t know what he wanted to find, he only wanted to find her. He sometimes there isn’t a new book, then John knows that Mary is working late at school and that he’ll see her. They help to activate the students background knowledge, expectations and ability to predict.
John climbed through the window of Mary s house. John finds an found address book. There was bdtterton answer. John didn’t remember his question about the sound of his footsteps in the corridor, so he said, no.
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Footsteps; Simon Betterton
One day she disappears. John was very worried, in the evening he went to work, but when he got to school, he found another problem. Mary lends John books and he lends her books. Chapter 2 John’s favourite part of his job is when he finishes in the morning.
John is talking about the number of footsteps he took before he heard twang. Mary is the new teacher of class 2B -the twelve years olds. Roger Clarke wanted to help his son and Alan, the real headmaster pretend to be him. But I don’t understand why did you lose your job? I can get in said Anna.
The police opened the door and they heard voices. After the dinner, the talked again, the footsteps were important, because tow people don’t lose their jobs for any reason. Mary and John returned to work at the school.
More lately, he decided to wait in a park, he bought a newspaper and then he sat in the park. He didn’t hear the echo of Mary’s feet. Mary continued, In one of the corridors in school, the sound of my footsteps was different. The echo is next to the ventilation grille. I lost the job because I asked about you. Then say the Past Simple and students say the infinitive. When John started to read the newspaper he found other article about the school jobs.
The headmaster and security guard came into the small room. Yes, I finished it last night. Chapter 10 Anna woke up and heard happy voices. He rang the bell again -no answer. John looked at Mary and he said: Say one of the above infinitives to the class and ask the students to tell you the Past Simple.