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This is an old time classic story about times back in 1775 and later. I think its a very enlighting story and can help teach and entertain you.
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1. Oxford Bookworms 2. Example: 4/22 = 65 minutes 3. coach - message - alive - enemy - prison - shoes - tear 4. If you are not able to go out all day, what do you do? - I would see the movies or read ... Read full review
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