part of a series called `English ABC - Alford Books Club`. There
are seven Lessons that help us practice English - one fun story at
a time. People who speak English are richer than those who don’t.
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the book, English - Sounds, Signs and Sentences -
we practice English basics. It is a good review
for those who know English. It is also a great
place to start for new learners.
Once we understand English Sounds, Letters
and Sentences, we practice them with Idioms.
The second book is called English Idioms. The
words are catchy, which means easy to remember
and use. Inside, we learn why we: cut to the chase;
hear from grapevines and put a sock in it. Also,
we see that learning English is a windfall.
In English, we communicate with people around
the world. English makes us richer in so many
ways. English improves what we know, do and how
we connect with others. English enhances our lives.
Read about slaves becoming free only to have
State Laws treat people of color as second class
citizens. This is the story of overcoming
prejudice with courage and determination.
Ultimately, it is the peaceful non-violent
approach that is successful for all to be equal.