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    Typical example of Non-English language worksheets

    Here is a typical example non-English language worksheets:

    There could be mistakes in the above url, which should not be reproduced in future worksheets:

    1. The letters in the first and second row of the writing practice area should be gray and not black. Black ink takes too much ink from the printer. Also, if the letters are too dark, kids cannot write on top of it to practice. It should be light gray so that kids can write over it.

    2. The "Name________" and "Date ________" written on top should be in the bottom instead of top.
  • #889
    Hello Sir,

    Thanks for showing an example of non-English language worksheet. This will be very helpful for all the members and hopefully myself and all other members will prepare the Worksheets as stated above.

    Further, I just wanted to state that the above Worksheet example contain s an error of the spelling 'Rabit' which should be 'Rabbit'.


  • #891
    Hello Tony sir,
    I think this present thread that is posted by you would be a answer to all those who are preparing the printable's of the same kind. This would serve them who are in the middle of their work and it would develop idea for the new members who are preparing to do these sheets.
    Thank you.

  • #904
    Hello Tony sir,
    Thanks for giving an example of non-English language worksheet.
    Shobha G

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