By I. A. Richards, Christine M. Gibson
The 3 pocketbooks comprising the English via images sequence are the outstanding invention of I.A. Richards and Christine Gibson, who designed them to aid the learner converse, learn and write English within the fastest and clearest real way - via photographs. The authors have made a cautious collection of the main greatly invaluable English phrases, deciding upon people with the ability to outline different phrases, and feature positioned them to paintings in key styles that supply the learner the power to speak effectively in English. publication 1 includes a vocabulary of 250 such phrases, with an extra 500 constructed in ebook 2; those 750 phrases are then utilized in publication three to construct a command of one thousand phrases which, by way of their defining strength, carry the opportunity of realizing up to one other 20,000 phrases of English. all through English via photographs, accountability for studying is put without delay at the learner, who from the very commence enjoys the power to place crucial phrases to paintings growing key sentence styles the place which means is obviously proven in photos. those simplified drawings let beginners to target the sentence and to get pleasure from growing to be self assurance as they effectively take keep watch over of language, with the workbooks in Books 1 and a couple of not easy and reinforcing their starting to be competence as either audio system and readers. encouraged and encouraged, beginners will quickly locate to their satisfaction that fluent communique in English - the typical language of cutting-edge international - lies good inside their clutch. English via photographs has already been used effectively by way of hundreds of thousands of newcomers in additional than 40 nations.
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So high that: high enough to let. will bridge bridge(s) bridged Book 3•Final•i-viii•001-248 4/12/05 4:02 PM Page 51 51 Language can bridge time as well as space. Ideas can go from mind to mind across the language bridge, and they can come from the past to the present. We can read what people before us wrote and keep their books for others to read in the future. Here are some of the great books of all time. Books are the most important records we have of people’s thoughts and feelings, their ideas and desires.
Here is the picture of the first flying machine to take men into the sky, made in 1903. It did not fly very fast or very far. Now airplanes can fly farther and faster than the fastest bird and can carry heavy weights through the air. People can go faster than sound in the newest planes. heavy: of great weight; opposite of light. fast (faster, fastest): quickly. fly: go like a fly through the air. will fly fly(ies) flew, flown Book 3•Final•i-viii•001-248 4/12/05 4:02 PM Page 50 50 We can see why distances between people are not as important now as they were.
Vitamin D is the sun vitamin. We get it in milk and eggs and from sunlight on our skin. There are other vitamins, but these, A, B, C and D, are the most important. without: not having. become: come to be. loose: not strongly rooted; not supported or kept in place. weak: opposite of strong. lemon: yellow fruit like an orange but not sweet. tomato: a red or yellow fruit used as a vegetable. become become(s) became Book 3•Final•i-viii•001-248 4/12/05 4:02 PM Page 33 33 Every person must have air and water and food to keep alive and must have these vitamins to keep well.
English Through Pictures, Book 3 by I. A. Richards, Christine M. Gibson