NASA Safari 1 - An Introduction
Join the NASA JSC co-ops and interns on a journey around the Johnson Space Center. Along the way they highlight manned space flight projects and its future.
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In this video, we see how to conjugate regular and irregular verbs ending in -ERE. The written words are displayed and pronunciation of all the forms is reviewed. This video is narrated by a native speaker.
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There is real growth, and there are government statistics. The statistics have misled every gullible person,
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