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Learn English: Is, And, Are, Between, Middle, Quarter, HalfThe lesson teaches simple verbs and comparisons, after reminding learners how to count 1-4. Half and quarter are introduced since they are very common in conversation and in telling time, which is taught next. The lesson could be written with "plus... equals," instead of "and... are... is." However, "and... are... is" are more useful words, so the lesson teaches these words. /1*, /2*, /3*, /4*, 1 and 3 are 4, and***, are***, 1 and 3 are 4*1 and 2 are 3* 2 and 3 are 5* 3 and 4 are 7* 4 is 1 and 3, is***, 4 is 1 and 3*3 is 1 and 2* 5 is 2 and 3* 6 is 3 and 3* 3 is between 2 and 4, between***, 3 is between 2 and 4*3 is between 1 and 4* 3 is between 1 and 5* 3 is between 2 and 5* 2 is between 1 and 5* 3 is between 1 and 5* 4 is between 1 and 5* 3 is the middle of 2 and 4, the middle of***, 3 is the middle of 2 and 4*10 is the middle of 5 and 15* 6 is the middle of 5 and 7* 3 is 1 half of 6, half of***, 3 is 1 half of 6*2 is 1 half of 4* 6 is 1 half of 12* 2 is 1 quarter of 8, quarter of***, 2 is 1 quarter of 8*3 is 1 quarter of 12* 7 is 1 quarter of 28* 6 is 3 quarters of 8*9 is 3 quarters of 12* 15 is 3 quarters of 20* 5 is 1 quarter of 20* Lang1234.comYou can practice with a Test for this section. |

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