By Lucy Maud Montgomery

Age diversity: 10 - 17 Years

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As quickly as Anne Shirley arrives on the comfortable white farmhouse known as eco-friendly Gables, she is bound she desires to remain forever...but will the Cuthberts ship her again to the orphanage? Anne is familiar with she's now not what they expected-a thin lady with fiery purple hair and a mood to check. If purely she will be able to persuade them to allow her remain, she'll attempt very not easy to not retain speeding headlong into scrapes and blurting out the very first thing that involves her brain. Anne isn't really like anyone else, the Cuthberts agree; she is special-a woman with an immense mind's eye. This orphan woman desires of the day while she will name herself Anne of eco-friendly Gables.

Anne, an eleven-year-old orphan, is distributed by way of mistake to dwell with a lonely, middle-aged brother and sister on a Prince Edward Island farm and proceeds to make an indelible impact on each person round her.

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So far this week, I (have) 36 CHAPTER 3 - ( h ) We have had four tests so far this semester. ( i ) I have written my wife a letter every other day for the last two weeks. ( j ) I have met many people since I came here in June. ( k ) I haveflown on an airplane many times. two tests and a quiz. 7. Alex is an artist. He (draw) many beautiful pictures in his lifetime. Last week he (draw) a beautiful mountain scene. 8. Jack really needs to get in touch with you. Since this morning, he (call) here four times trying to reach you.

5. My understanding of this country changed a lot since I arrived. 6 . When I was in my country, I had coached a children's soccer team. When I came here, I had wanted to do the same thing. Now I am coaching a soccer team at a local elementary school. I am coaching this team for the last two months. 7. My grandfather had lived in a small village in Italy when he was a child. At nineteen, he had moved to Rome, where he had met and had married my grandmother in 1947. My father had been born in Rome in 1950.

Since (yeat;). 4. . since (month). 5 . . since (day). 6 . . since . . o'clock this morning 1 afternoon / evening. 44 CHAPTER 3 7. . since the beginning of this century. 8. . since . . 9. . for (number of years). 10. . for a long time. 11. . for several months. 12. . for the last ten minutes. EXERCISE 13. Aclivity: using the present perfect and present perfect progressive in writing. (Charts 3-1 and 3-2) Directions: Choose one to write about. 1. Write about your first day in this class.

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