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Present Perfect Progressive

) ways to practice the Present Perfect Progressive? Here's our new reference poster from our new 'Grammar' series that contains short but very effective activities

These fluency strips are intended for students who need a little extra practice reading certain types of words. Includes fluency strips for: • Contractions: will, is, not, are, did, have • Regular past tense verbs sorted by ending sound: /id/, /d/, & /t/  • Irregular past tense verbs with their present tense counterpart • Plural words with -es • Phrasal Verbs • Past Participles (have, has, had)

make language strips, articulation strips, etc. These fluency strips are intended for students who need a little extra practice reading certain types of words. Includes fluency strips for:

601 Spanish Verbs (601 Verbs) (English and Spanish Edition) , 978-9812686435, Lori Langer de Ramirez, Berlitz Publishing; Bilingual edition

601 Spanish Verbs Verbs) (English and Spanish Edition) , Lori Langer de Ramirez, Berlitz Publishing;