Sentimental Songs

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Searching for "%king%" would find "walking", "speaking", "king", "kingdom", etc. The Portuguese mock the supercilious Spanish, the. Level 1 concentrates on speech and grammar and contains units 1 through 25 in transcription, and comes with 15 CDs and a book; Level 2 focuses on more advanced grammatical features, irregular verbs, expansion of vocabulary, and the development of reading comprehension, and contains units 26-48 in transcription, and comes with 17 CDs and a book.

Pages: 55

Publisher: Dalkey Archive Press; 1st edition (April 1, 1992)

ISBN: 0916583996

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