Mr Pot The Painter English Today Readers The stories are lively and contemporary The attractive full colour illustrations are closely integrated with the text making the stories easy to follow The stories are based on the syllabus and word

  • Title: Mr Pot The Painter (English Today Readers)
  • Author: Sue Arengo
  • ISBN: 9780194224239
  • Page: 369
  • Format: Paperback
  • The stories are lively and contemporary The attractive, full colour illustrations are closely integrated with the text, making the stories easy to follow The stories are based on the syllabus and wordlists for the successful English Today series Levels 1 3 use picture glosses at the foot of the page to give immediate help with the meanings of words Each reader containThe stories are lively and contemporary The attractive, full colour illustrations are closely integrated with the text, making the stories easy to follow The stories are based on the syllabus and wordlists for the successful English Today series Levels 1 3 use picture glosses at the foot of the page to give immediate help with the meanings of words Each reader contains a picture dictionary Exercises to check understanding are provided at the back of each book.

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    1. I shall quote one of the story reviewers: Probably my First English book Ever!Mr pot the painter who is almost capable of painting anything, Even the cloudy sky :)The story was assigned to us in the English class of junior one, each semester we used to take a new story till the end of the junior stage.To my surprise as i went through the list of the rest of the stories on , I found that I still recall the colorful illustrations and the plot of some of them too.And finally I got to know my first [...]

    2. Probably my 1st English book. EVER!I recommend this for cute little readers 5-6You know a book is really attractive when you remember things from it over 20 years later.I remember this is where I learned the word 'ladder' and 'wall' =DAlso, I remember giggling over his bald head and his overalls =D *I was cute*

    3. I remember when my mum used to read for me this book when she told me the meaning of each word I was very young and all I can remember now how the cute Mr Pot paint the sky because it was cloudy

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