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            <td valign="top" bgcolor="#FFFFFF"><p class="parrafo">One of the most complicated issues that an English student finds, is that the words are written in a way that are not too much exact as the way they are pronounced. </p>
              <p class="parrafo">One way to solve this is using the pronunciation assistance in the dictionaries. But there are to learn some new symbols for the phonemes that do not have a Latin character set equivalency. </p>
              <p class="parrafo">Now, we present a new way to learn to read English having good clues about the pronunciation. Just learning a few simple rules, and without new symbols. Learning a new word written is very similar to its real writing and also helps to its pronunciation. </p>
              <p class="parrafo">This is the best approach we could find to join writing and speaking. <span class="parrafo">We hope to be useful to new English students, and to have more easy to learn the real full English.
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