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The three pocketbooks comprising the English Through Pictures series are the remarkable invention of I.A. Richards and Christine Gibson, who designed them. Picture This!: Learning English Through Pictures, by Tim Harris, and illustrated by Allan Rowe, is a two-level multiskills course that enables beginning students. ENGLISH THROUGH PICTURES. DESIGN FOR LEARNING. These three pocketbooks are the remarkable invention of. I. A. Richards and Christine Gibson.


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What does the picture show you? Can you produce your own narrative? She saw 3 a spider 4.

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It looked 5 like 6 a crab 7. The spider caught 8 a bee 9. The bee might have not seen the spider as it has the same 10 colour 11 as the flower.

Not bad, right? You can learn the most colloquial vocabulary and phrases. You can learn vocabulary with particular subjects. If you love cuisine, you can read Yakitate!!

How to learn English vocabulary through Comic books? This is a table. This table is here. These are the fingers. It is in my hand. My hat is on my head.

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It is on my head. This is my hat. This is my head. Her hat is in her hand.

That is his hat. Those are your hands. That is your right hand.

That is your left hand. Those are your hats.

They are on the table. That is your hat.

While you are working alone from page to page, comparing pictures and sentences and getting new meanings clear, it is well to keep your own language as far as possible out of your mind.

Dont translate. If you do, the sounds, the sentence forms and the meaning patterns of your own language will get in your way and make your learning of English more difficult.

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What has been said so far about your attack upon the new language refers to eye-learning, visual comprehension. The best aid to pronunciation is of course a teacher with a native speakers command of English to supply you with models and correct you where you go wrong.

The next best help is a series of good audio tapes with pauses for you to fill with your best imitations. But even without tapes or a teacher, much help can be got through careful study of the descriptions of English sounds.

A word of warning, however, is in order. If you have not carefully taken in and mastered these aids, do not vocalize the English in your study.

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By reading the English as if it were your own language you can form habits which will be a hindrance to you later.Not bad, right? What is that?

This is the icebox. These are men. The door is open now. A hat is a thing.

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One of them has liquid in it. It is a tray of ice.

These are the fingers. It is a hat.

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