Ece Ve Efe Ile Turkce

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Milet Publishing, 2007 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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Designed more like a storybook than a textbook, these language primers pair accessible and engaging texts with fun, contemporary characters and vibrant illustrations. Each book in the series includes an alphabet practice section, information on language structure, a word list, quizzes to check progress, and an audio CD so that children can listen to the spoken language and practice correct pronunciation. Many key topics that will appeal to young learners are covered, including family, friends, school, toys, games, numbers, and colors. These comprehensive introductory courses on learning a foreign or second language are appropriate for use in both the home and classroom. 

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About the author (2007)

\Fatih Erdogan is the author of more than 40 Turkish children's books, a children's book illustrator, the translator of all of Milet Publishing's Turkish-English books, and editor-in-chief of a Turkish monthly children's-literature magazine. He also founded the Association of Children's Books, the Turkish section of the International Board on Books for Young People. Laura Hambleton is the author and illustrator of I'm Afraid Too!, Welcome to the Lizard Lounge, Chameleon Swims, and Chameleon Races, the coauthor of the Wordwise series and the illustrator of Telling Tails, How Bees Be, and the Abby and Zak series

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