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ESL Verbs (English as a Second Language) (Speedy Study Guides) - cover

ESL Verbs (English as a Second Language) (Speedy Study Guides)

Speedy Publishing

Publisher: Dot EDU

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Learning about English when it's your second language is made easy with this quick study guide. Included in the next few pages is a discussion of complete, main and helping verbs and tenses. At the end of this guide, you should be able to understand and use the different verb tenses to create sentences that identify with your thoughts. Buy a copy today!

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