Teaching Spanish in the Grades

I don't want lazy folk around here ! El sapito Glo ... Glo ... Glo ... Nadie sabe dónde vive , nadie en la casa lo vió . Pero todos escuchamos al sapito Glo ... Glo . . . Glo ... The Little Toad Glo ... Glo ... Glo .

Teaching Spanish in the Grades

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Teaching Spanish in the Grades
Language: en
Pages: 408
Authors: Margit W. MacRae
Categories: Spanish language
Type: BOOK - Published: 1957 - Publisher:

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Pages: 343
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Pages: 378
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