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Lengthy vowels are the main tricky a part of studying to learn and write. utilizing a mix of Kumons systematic, step by step process and tested phonics thought, this e-book is helping young ones know the way assorted vowel combos make a similar lengthy vowel sounds. a while 5-7
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