By N. D. Wilson
Twelve-year-old Henry York wakes up one evening to discover bits of plaster in his hair. knobs have damaged throughout the wall above his mattress and one in every of them is slowly turning . . .Henry scrapes the plaster off the wall and discovers cabinets of all various shapes and sizes. via one he can pay attention the sound of falling rain. via one other he sees a sparkling room–with a guy pacing from side to side! Henry quickly is familiar with that those are usually not simply cabinets, yet portals to different worlds.
100 cabinets is the 1st booklet of a brand new myth event, written within the most sensible world-hopping culture and reinvented in N. D. Wilson’s inimitable style.
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Present progressive 5. in most cases indicates the possibility of change. 2. location or place ESTAR 4. a condition at a given moment. 3. reaction to senses a. b. c. 1. Lucía está leyendo. / Lucía is reading. 2. El Dr. Flórez está en el hospital. / Dr. Flórez is at the hospital. 3. a. El abuelo está enojado. / Grandpa is upset. b. David está feliz. / David is happy now. d. La carne está salada. / The meat is salty. 4. Pedro está enfermo. / Pedro is sick. 5. Gloria está cansada. / Gloria is tired.
8. / 4. / 9. / 5. / 10. / Bilingual Kids: English-Spanish, Vol. 2 © 2005 Sara Jordan Publishing 8. Opposites / Los opuestos Name / Nombre Activity 2 / Actividad 2 Look at the pictures and circle the “opposite” words on the right. Observa las imágenes y encierra los opuestos a su derecha. Bilingual Kids: English-Spanish, Vol. 2 thick far big grueso lejos grande night day old noche día viejo go under small siga debajo pequeño close young short cerca joven bajo empty backward heavy vacío atrás pesado © 2005 Sara Jordan Publishing 37 9.
B. David está feliz. / David is happy now. d. La carne está salada. / The meat is salty. 4. Pedro está enfermo. / Pedro is sick. 5. Gloria está cansada. / Gloria is tired. 48 Bilingual Kids: English-Spanish, Vol. 2 © 2005 Sara Jordan Publishing 11. ser and / y estar Name / Nombre Activity 1 / Actividad 1 Fill in the blanks with the correct form of the verbs ser and estar. Llena los espacios con la forma correcta de los verbos ser y estar. 1) a. Juan ___ es mexicano. b. Joe _____ ____ Canadá. c.
100 Cupboards (100 Cupboards, Book 1) by N. D. Wilson