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traute

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victor

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CAPITAL LETTERS
Level: elementary
Age: 13-17
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Capital letters
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-17
Downloads: 398

 
Capital letters
Level: elementary
Age: 3-17
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Capital Letters , 8 Main Spelling Rules . (2 worksheets in one file )
Level: elementary
Age: 8-17
Downloads: 154

 


 
Choose the correct answer:
Example:         david-   David      
london
London
Roberto  roberto monday Monday english
 English
Italy
italy
man 
Man
canada
Canada
Moscow
 moscow
January
 january
Sister
sister
Japan 
japan 
teacher   
 Teacher
boy
 Boy
woman
Woman
france
 France
tuesday   Tuesday april  
 April
Alex
 alex
Tel Aviv
 tel aviv
hebrew Hebrew
 
      
Correct the mistakes:
 Example: she has a wedding on sunday.        She has a wedding on Sunday.  
 
 1. i go to school on monday.                                            

  2. anna and sandra play basketball on tuesdays 

  3. may is in spring. september is in fall.       

  4. jerusalem is the capital city of israel.        

  5. tamara has birthday in october.             

  6. my dad speaks english and hebrew.          

  7. tom lives in america .                         

  8. the water park isn't open on friday.               

  9. sara and i are from england.                 
  10.the pupils have a test next week.              
 
    
 
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