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Peter Pan

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Peter Pan

  1. 1. Instructions: Read aloud the paragraph about Peter Pan. Pay attention tothe /ɛ/ sound in the yellow-colored e-letters. Peter Pan Do you remember the play Peter Pan? Who can forget the boy whonever ever wanted to grow up! When Wendy and her brothers met PeterPan and the fairy Tinker Bell, they flew to Never-Never Land. They hadmany adventures with Peter’s friends and enemies, but the play had ahappy ending. Sir James Barrie, the author, presented this play in 1911. This sentimental treasure was his best work and made him verywealthy. It was an even better success on Broadway. It was set to musicand had special effects. It is often said that no one can be young forever.But with the legend of Peter Pan we get to pretend again and again.Taken only for educational purposes from Dale, P & L Poms (2005) English Pronunciation Made Simple. White Plains: Longman

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