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By Maureen Haughton

Meant to construct self assurance in interpreting English , this e-book bargains 800 phrases together with verbs, nouns, uncomplicated sentences and one or clause sentences with regards to insects. it really is certainly one of a sequence on issues drawn from heritage, geography, the wildlife and technology.

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The harmless hoverfly is on page 30. The hornet is on this page. C K 31 y g Saiz: 150mm x 228mm (175# SG Elliptical) Folio: (p32) M Y C K Bug Facts There are more than one million different kinds of insects in the world. Some people call all insects “bugs”. But in fact, only those insects that use sharp tubes, like drinking straws, to eat, are bugs. All insects have six legs, but not all of them have wings all their lives. Some insects use their legs to hear. Other insects use their feet to taste.

The hornet is on this page. C K 31 y g Saiz: 150mm x 228mm (175# SG Elliptical) Folio: (p32) M Y C K Bug Facts There are more than one million different kinds of insects in the world. Some people call all insects “bugs”. But in fact, only those insects that use sharp tubes, like drinking straws, to eat, are bugs. All insects have six legs, but not all of them have wings all their lives. Some insects use their legs to hear. Other insects use their feet to taste. Some insects eat, and eat, and eat all the time when they are young.

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