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English audio course: Alphabet 3

Introduction
Getting to know each other
Job activities
Alphabet 1
Alphabet 2
Alphabet 3
Alphabet 4
Telephones
Listen hear
Months 1
Months 2
Questions 1
Questions 2
Appointments 1
Appointments 2
Do does 1
Do does 2
Weekdays 1
Weekdays 2
Weekdays 3
Phonetics 1
Phonetics 2
Customers
Phonetics e-a
Office equipment
Don't, doesn't
Phonetics u
Survey scuba
Learning English
Phonetics work walk
Time management
Present simple, present continuous
Many much
Phonetics ou-au
Words with ex
Grammar tenses
Phonetics o
Grammar simple past 1
Grammar simple past 2
Verbs

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Now, can you spell your name? My name is spelled as follows:

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D, A, R, V, I, L, L, (or double L) E.

My first name is Sue, that's spelled:

S, U, E.

Now, can you write down the following words:

B, U, S, I, N, E, S, S, or "double S".

C, O, M, P, U, T, E, R,

M, A, N, A, G, E, R,

E, N, G, I, N, E, E, R,

E, X, E, C, U, T, I, V, E.

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