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English powerpoint: SPELLINGS OF /i:/ SOUND SPELLINGS OF /i:/ SOUND

20 slides about different spellings of /i:/ sound and several pictures to illustrate the spellings. When downloaded everything is OK. Pictures and words are animated. Iīm sorry but thereīs no possibility to change the powerpoint. Thereīs a big mistake (everybody makes mistakes): instead of sheeps it should be sheep. Once downloaded it can be changed, itīs completely editable!!!!

 Age: 6-17
 Format: PowerPoint
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Copyright 01/9/2009  vemare
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Costa Rica

Very useful! thanks!          posted by mmorales 0

United Kingdom

          posted by chrissie.w 0
A great idea for the classroom - but since when was sheeps the plural of sheep? Hope it helps you.