Ernie turned the dial on his television. The station he had selected brightened and the face of the set turned from dark to blue. Ernie sipped his can of beer. He was alone in the room, and it was night. The picture steadied and Jory looked out of the set at him. Jory's face was tired. He looked bad. "Hello, Ernie," Jory said. Ernie turned the dial to the next station. This etext was produced from Analog Science Fact & Fiction March 1963. Extensive research did not uncover any evidence that the U.S. copyright on this publication was renewed....
It has a carefully graded, structural syllabus which provides steady progression in all four skills.
The emphasis on grammar and vocabulary acquisition is combined with many opportunities for lively communicative tasks.
New language is presented in context through picture stories and a variety of entertaining characters. Practice and reinforcement is provided by child-centred activities such as songs, rhymes, and games.
Colourful illustrations and photographs provide visual explanations and make the pages bright and attractive.
Picture yourself in the not-too-distant future driving your new car
along a rural interstate highway on a business trip. The cruise control is
maintaining the speed at a steady 100 km/hr (62 mph) and there is relatively
little traffic. As you approach a slower car, the speed-control system slows
your car to match the speed of the slower car and maintain a safe distance of
about 53 m (165 ft) behind the slowe/r car. When oncoming traffic clears,
you enter the passing lane and your car automatically increases speed as you
pass the slower car....
Introduction Chapter Zero: FULL CIRCLE Chapter 1: A MAN OF PARTS Chapter 2: INVESTING Chapter 3: HIDDEN LIGHT Chapter 4: PARTIAL PICTURE Chapter 5: OUT OF MIND Chapter 6: BRUISED TO BRUISING Chapter 7: OPEN SEASON Chapter 8: UNTRUE BELIEVER Chapter 9: THE PLUNGE Chapter 10: READY STEADY
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