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Trabajo de cierre de trimestre de Inglés de los alumnos de 5º 4ª de Humanidades y Cs. Sociales con la supervisión de la prof. Sandra Cárcamo.

Trabajo de cierre de trimestre de Inglés de los alumnos de 5º 4ª de Humanidades y Cs. Sociales con la supervisión de la prof. Sandra Cárcamo.

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  • 1. ESCUELA NORMALDPTO. DE LENGUA EXTRANJERA – INGLÉS- Prof. : Sandra Cárcamo Alumnos: 5 4ª Humanidades y Cs. Sociales Año: 2011
  • 2. Alissa is reading a book in herbedroom. She is sitting on the bed next to the window.
  • 3. The fat man and Alissa’s father aretalking aboutAlissa. She’s looking at the two men from the front door.
  • 4. The fat man is giving some money to Alissa’s father. Alissa goes to the city. Her mother is crying
  • 5. The tall man is showing to Alissa herbedroom. It is small and dark.
  • 6. The tall man’s wife shouts at Alissa everyday
  • 7. The tall man takes Alissa to another placebecause hiswife doesn’t like her.
  • 8. Alissa works with other girls atthe workshop of a clothes-shop.
  • 9. The owner of the clothes-shop asks to Alissa to work at the shop because she can read, write and count.
  • 10. Alissa attends therich ladies. A tall lady always smiles at her.
  • 11. One day the tall lady leaves herpurse at the shop. Alissa runs outafter the woman to give it to her.
  • 12. Alissa is crying. The owner is angrywith her because she leaves the shop.The tall lady asks Alissa to come with her to live in her house and go to school.