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Grade 1 - Lesson 12: The Hundred Dresses

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on 26 November 2012

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Lesson 12 The Hundred
Dresses conversation: a: b: a: b: a: How may I help you? I'm looking for a shirt. How much is it? It is $20. Ok. I'll take it. first... what do you want to buy? How may I help you? a: How may I help you? b: I'm looking for ... a belt b: I'm looking for a t-shirt. a pair of jeans a pair of shoes a pair of pants a green t-shirt book p. 168 next... How much is it? cheap vs. expensive CHEAP EXPENSIVE MONEY how do you say: 100 in English? one hundred how do you say: in English? 1,000 one thousand how do you say: in English? 10,000 how do you say: in English? 100,000 one hundred thousand how do you say: in English? 1,000,000 one million a: How much is the scarf? b: It is 10,000. a: How much is the bike? b: It is
120,000 a: How much are the glasses? b: They are
300,000. a: How much is the pencil case? b: It is
500. a: How much is the camera? b: It is
2,000,000 a: How much are the earrings? b: They are
12,000,000 book p. 169 one thousand ten thousand 60,000 130,000 four thousand dollars $ 4,000 sixty thousand won one hundred and thirty
thousand won $ 453,000 four hundred
and fifty three
thousand dollars example 4 text text 13 30 15 50 thir-teen thir-ty fif-teen fif-ty
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