Text Book Series

I.C.T.
CLASS ONE

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TABLE OF CONTENT SECTION 1 Introduction to information tools UNIT 1: Sources of Information 1 – 10 Lesson 1: Definition of Information 1 – 4 Lesson 2: Identifying Sources of Information 5 – 7 Lesson 3: Tools for Sending and Receiving Information 8 – 10 UNIT 2: Mouse Clicking 11 -12 Lesson 4: Parts of the Computer 11 -14 Lesson 5: The Computer Mouse 15 – 17 Lesson 6: Holding and Clicking the Mouse Correctly 18 – 19 Lesson 7: The Desktop and Icons 20 – 22 Lesson 8: Identify Icons on Desktop Using Mouse Pointer 23 – 24 UNIT 3: Home Row Keys of the Keyboard Lesson 9: The Keyboard 25 – 28 Lesson 10: Identify Home Row Keys on the Keyboard 29 – 34 Lesson 11: Learning to Type Home Row Keys 35 – 38 SECTION 2 Introduction to Communication Tools UNIT 2: Tools for Communication 40 – 47 Lesson 12: Definition of Communication 40 – 43 Lesson 13: Communications Tools and Their Uses 44 – 47 UNIT 2: Forms of Communication 40 – 47
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Lesson 14: Identity Forms of Communication 48 A Verbal Communication 49 – 50 B Body Language 51 – 52 C Writing Communication 53 – 55 UNIT 3: Dragging Of Mouse (1) 56 – 67 Lesson 15: Dragging Items Using Mouse 56 – 58 Lesson 16: Starting Microsoft Paint Application 59 – 60 Lesson 17: The Paint Tools Box 61 – 62 Lesson 18: Drawing Objects 63 – 64 Lesson 19: Drawing Letters of the Alphabets 65 UNIT 4: Top row keys of the keyboard Lesson 20: identifying letters the QWERTY row 66 – 68 Lesson 21: identifying the top/ ‘Qwerty’ row keys 69 – 71 SECTION 3 Introduction to technology tools UNIT 1: Technology Tools 73 – 74 Lesson 23: Uses of Technology Tools 75 – 76 Unit 2: Dragging Of Mouse Tools (2) Lesson 25: Drawing and Colouring Shapes 77 – 79 Unit 3: Home and Top Row Keys 80 – 81 Lesson 26: Typing Words Using Home and ‘Qwerty’ Keys 80 – 81

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SECTION 1 Introduction to Information Tools UNIT 1: Sources of Information Lesson 1: What is information? Information is something told. For example news, messages, announcements and stories. Information can be given through gong, gong, reading of news on the television, teaching in a classroom and telling of stories. Other ways of giving information. 1. Putting the pupils in a group. 2. Group discusses a short topic. 3. Let each group tell the whole class about what they have discussed. By the end of the day, each will end up given different information to themselves. Answer the following questions 1. Information is something …………………………………………. 2. We listen to news from the ……………………………………….. 3. An example of information is …………………………………….. LESSON 2: IDENTIFY SOURCES OF INFORMATION. What are sources of information? It means places where we get information from examples are: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Teaching Letters Music Magazines News papers News Films Bulletins Announcement

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A computer is different from the other machines. examples of these tools are: 1. They are: 1. 2. The mouse. 4. Television: news. sending and receiving messages. Every machine is used to do work. Calculator: working calculations. 2. There are other electronic machines. The keyboard.Books 11. 4. A set of a computer has four main parts.News Tools for sending and receiving information. Camera: sending pictures. It is a very useful machine. A computer is also used to do work. EXERCISE 4 1.10. 3. 2. 5|Page . 3. Telephone: sending and receiving messages. The monitor. Tell the class how each of them is used to send or receive information. films. 5. Name the tools you have drawn. Draw any two tools for sending information. 6. The system unit. Computer: information. Microphone: talking to large audience. Talking drum: sending messages. What is a computer? A computer is an electronic machine. Radio: News announcement. drama. 8. 7. 3. Mouse clicking Parts of the computer. announcement.People 12.

4. It is used to start or close programs on the computer.sound. There is the right mouse button and the left mouse button. Right pen. click. Scanner. A computer is a ……………………machine. When you press the mouse button you hear the ………………. 4. It makes the mouse work well and let it last long. LESSON 5: THE COMPUTER MOUSE. 1. Joystick. 5. 5. It is used to select items on the screen. you will hear a sound try it and see. 3. 3. EXERCISE 6 Answer the following questions. Speakers. When you press on any of the mouse buttons. Some mice have scroll wheels in. It is used to play computer games. these are: 1.. we shall learn about the mouse. It is used to draw and move objects on the computer screen. True /false The …………………has a pointer on the monitor.between the right and left buttons.There are other parts of the computer. Printer. 6|Page . click sound when you press any of the buttons with your finger. we say you are clicking the mouse button. 2. Is there any click. 2. In this lesson. It is used to do many useful things. It is good to place the mouse on a flat object called the mouse pad. Computer mouse looks like the real mouse we see in our homes. 4. 3. USES OF THE MOUSE The mouse is used to do many things on the computer. The mouse has two main buttons. 1. 2. The mouse has a pointer that goes round the computer screen.

documents and folders that are stored on your computer. follow the steps: 1. 5. Bend your fingers so it curves around the mouse. files. 3. Recycle Bin Start Button 7|Page . They are called icons. What can you see on the desktop? There are some small pictures arranged on the monitor. Let the first finger after the thumb click on the right button and the next finger click on the left button. 7. Internet Explorer. Raise the two fingers that come immediately after your thumb and open them a bit apart. Let your little finger be firm on the left side of the mouse. To hold the mouse correctly. My Network Places. 2. Icons are small pictures that represent programs. 2.Lesson 6: holding and clicking the mouse correctly. 5. Handle the mouse and call your class teacher to come around to observe it. 6. 4. 3. The buttons are clicked one after the other. Lesson 7: The desktop and icons What is desktop? It is the first screen on the monitor when you put on your computer. 6. Let your thumb be firm to the right side of the mouse. Examples are: 1. 4. My Documents My Computer. EXERCISE 7 1. Describe how to handle the mouse well on the mouse pad to your class teacher. Place your palm flat on the mouse. In this lesson. we shall learn about how to hold the mouse correctly. 2.

Icons are small pictures that represent parents and children in the house……………………………………………………………. True/false. Can you see each of the icons on your desktop? Hold your mouse firmly on the pad and drag it slowly. 4. My school.The icons on the desktop can be more depending on the programs. my documents and recycle bin which of them is not among the icons on the desktop? ……………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………… 5. 1. 8|Page . What do you see on your screen? You can see a pointer moving from one place to the other while you drag the mouse. EXERCISE 8 Answer the following questions. The first screen on the monitor when you put on the computer is called……………………………………………………………. In this lesson we are going to learn about how to move the mouse pointer form one icon on the desktop to another and click on each of the icons. 2. Lesson 8: using the mouse pointer to identity icons on the desktop. Activity 3:      Sit by your computer. The small pictures arranged on the monitor are called…………………………………………………………… 3. When you place the pointer well on an icon. Open your desktop. Icons on the desktop can be more than what we have on the screen. I hope you can now hold your mouse correctly? You can also click on the right and left buttons well.. This pointer is called the mouse pointer. it means you want to select that icon. files. folders and documents stored on your computer.

Do you know the name of what you are doing? It is called single clicking. The numeric keypad works just like the ordinary calculator. UNIT 3 LESSON 9: HOME ROW KEYS OF THE KEY. Numeric keypad. Keyboard is one of the parts of the computer. The keyboard helps us to ……………………………… something onto the computer. numbers and symbols. It is a board with many keys fixed on it. The keyboard keys can be grouped into …………………………. Alphanumeric keys: These are the keys that have the alphabets. These keys help us to write something onto the computer. 3. 2.parts. Select another icon and do the same. EXERCISE 9: 1. 2. They are the keys used to type texts like letters. The keys on the keyboard are arranged in four groups. A normal keyboard has about 105 keys. Cursor control keys. Function keys: The first 12 keys vertically arranged on the keyboard are called function keys. ] 3. Practices it over and over again. They are used to move the cursor to specific areas on the monitor. 4. numbers and symbols onto the computer. The function keys are used to perform special commands and functions.     1. It has been labeled from F1 to F12. Try the following: select an icon using the left button and click on it ones. 9|Page . Numeric keypad: They are used to feed numbers or figures onto the computer. Alphanumeric keys. Cursor control keys: They are arranged in – between the alphanumeric and the numeric keys. True/false. Function keys. What is a keyboard? Keyboard is one of the computer parts..

All the (10) fingers are fixed on the keyboard keys to type letters into the computer. They are: ASDFGHJKL. Where can we find the home row keys on the keyboard? It can be found in the middle of the alphanumeric keys. To begin typing. When we write something into the computer using the keyboard.LESSON 10: IDENTIFICATION OF HOME ROW KEYS In our last lesson we learnt about the keyboard. 3. It is wrong to use one and the same finger in typing all the keys on the keyboard. So these keys are the home of the fingers during typing. It is called the Home Row Keys. Whenever we leave our homes to go to school or when we go out to play. Why are they called home keys? They are called home keys because whenever the fingers move up or down to strike different keys. Typing is the correct way of striking a key on the keyboard or type some simple words using the notepad application and watch what appears on the monitor. What are these home keys? They are: A S D F = for the left hand fingers 10 | P a g e . 4. What do we learnt about the keyboard? We learnt that the keyboard helps us to write things into the computer. 2. where do we come back to? Of cause we come back home. all your ten fingers should be fixed on some eight permanent keys. In this lesson we are going to learn about something important on the keyboard. it is called typing. they come back to rest on these same keys. To open note pad: 1. Each key on the keyboard has a special finger that strikes it. These permanent keys are called the home keys.: Whenever we want to write something into the computer using the keyboard. we start form the home row keys. Start All programs Accessories Note pad (click).

Look on the keyboard and identify the home row keys.. L K J = for the right hand fingers. It is ………………….of the keyboard. This is why we call them the home row keys. we call it…………………………………………. A S D F G H J K L . A B C D E F G H . How are they arranged on the keyboard? From left to right we have: A S D F G H J K L .. Home row keys are on the …………………. 6. 7. When we want to start typing. A C E G I K M O Q c.. Which of these set is the right home row keys? …………………………. a.. EXERCISE 10: Answer the following: 1. We use all our ten fingers to type letters on the computer …………………. b. 2.. These keys are called the home row keys. eight of our fingers must be on the………………………………………………… 11 | P a g e .to use only one finger in typing. The other keys on the same row are: G and H. When we strike a key on a keyboard it is seen on the ……………………… 5. 4. When we write something on the computer using the keyboard. All these keys are found on one row on the keyboard. 3.

Left finger (1) = Left finger (2) = Left finger (3) = Left finger (4) = Left finger (4) = Left and right thumb = Activity 4: Right finger (1) = Right finger (2) = Right finger (3) = Right finger (4) = Right finger (4) = Right thumb = 12 | P a g e . Finger (3) = middle finger. Left hand finger keys A S D F Left finger (1) = A Left finger (2) = S Left finger (3) = D Left finger (4) = F Left finger (4) = G Left thumb = bar G H Right hand fingers keys J K L . Finger (2) = 4th finger. Finger (4) = index finger. Finger (5) = thumb EXERCISE 11 Write the correct key against each finger. RIGHT HAND FINGERS Finger (1) = little finger. Right finger (2) = L Right finger (3) = K Right finger (4) = J Right finger (4) = H Right thumb finger = space bar.LESSON 11: Learning to type the home row keys Naming of fingers LEFT HAND FINGERS Finger (1) = little finger Finger (2) = ring finger Finger (3) = middle finger Finger (4) = index finger Finger (5) = thumb Fingers and keys on the home row keys. Right finger (1) = .

when you talk to your friends. Again. EXERCISE 12 Answer the following 1. When you talk to your friends you exchange ideas and information with them.with them. When we talk to our friend we exchange ……………………….. Good friends always …………………………. Type each line (5) times.one another. news. parents. aaa sss ddd fff ggg aaa sss ddd fff ggg aaa sss ddd fff ggg aaa sss ddd fff ggg SECTION 2 Introduction to communication tools UNIT 1 Tools for communication Communication is a way people exchange ideas. and information with others.Practices to strike each key by the right finger.. you are communicating with them. teachers and other people and they also talk to you. Typing letters of the home row keys. 13 | P a g e . 2. It involves giving information and receiving response.

How can he do this? Maxwell can either write a letter to his mother or he can call her by using the telephone. Talking drum. Communication involves giving …………………………… and receiving response. Television. ………………………. They are all tools for communication.3. 6. Megaphone. 2. Telephone. What two tools can Maxwell use to communicate with his mother? 1. 2. What other tools can you use to communicate with people? Let us look at these tools. Computer. 4.. Using a telephone. Writing a letter. 8. 1. LESSON 13: Tools for communication and their uses. Bell (Dawuro) 14 | P a g e . When we talk to people we are ……………………………. 4. People. 3. Maxwell is in school. 5. A letter and a telephone are all tools for communication.is a way people exchange idea. Radio cassette player. 5. 7. with them. Maxwell wants to speak to his mother at home.

c.e……ev……si…. Complete each tool. We can use the r……. We can use the t……le…….pho…. Writing communication.ki……g dr….cr…. b. they talk to each other. 4.n for news and announcements..ho……. ………………………. We can use the m….e for conversation. Some examples of verbal communication are conversation and teaching. The three forms of communication are: a.. point to each and tell how you can use it to communicate for example: 1. EXERCISE 14 Answer the following... Body language communication. 2. 15 | P a g e . What tool did Maxwell use to communicate with his mother at home? UNITE 2 Forms of communication. These are: 1..m……u……er to send messages. We can use the ta…. Verbal communication.di……. for announcement and news. 6. We can group the forms of communication into three. ………………………… communication. VERBAL COMMUNICATION: Verbal communication involves sound. We can use the b……l…. They produce sounds when they talk. 3. 7. 1. 2. We can use the …….m for announcements. When people are communicating. 3. We can use the c……. 8.e to speak to a large audience... 5.language.. ………………………… communication. (Dawuro) for announcements....EXERCISE 13.

There is no sound in this form of communication. nodding the head. a. showing serious look on the face and many others. h. BODY LANGUAGE. d. Examples of body language are: weeping. b. They use the movement of some parts of their body to communicate to others. Circle the verbal communication in these words. People use their mouth to talk in body language ……………………………. moving the shoulders. 2.When people talk. 1. In body language people move their body to communicate. they produce ……………………………… An example of verbal combination is …………………………………………….. winking of the eye. e. c. movement of the hand. Nodding Poster Talking Teaching Signs Smiling Singing Story telling 2. EXERCISE 15 Answer the following. 16 | P a g e .……………………………………………………………. f. 3. g. This is because people do not open their mouths to talk.. smiling. In body language communication sound is produced ……………………….

Which of the following is not an example of writing communication talking. 2. 4. and letters? DRAGGING OF MOUSE Dragging items using the mouse: In this lesson we shall start to use the mouse to work on the computer. Go to the taskbar and click on start. Writing communication is also done through posters. Examples of writing communication are letters.. 3. We shall use the mouse to drag items and draw objects ACTIVITY: Let us sit by our computer and open Microsoft paint application. There is movement in the body parts in writing communication ……………………………………………………………. Select all programs Select accessories Click on paint 17 | P a g e . 1. To make announcements. signs and symbols. Say whether the following are true or false. To start Microsoft paint: Steps: on the desktop. To show directions. 3. 1. 2. 2. Sound is produced in writing communication ……………………………. home work.3. class exercise and home work. WRITING COMMUNICATION: There is no sound in writing communication body parts. Some of the signs used in writing communications are road signs. What are posters used for? 1. traffic and sign boards.

A tool box A drawing board or working space A colour box Status bar EXERCISE 18: Complete the following words in the paint application program.aw……. B……. Go to the taskbar and click on s……ar…… Select all ………rogr…….ms Select Acc…….. B……. 2.x ………en……. 1.. 6. 1.d C……. the name of the tool is displayed. Let us name some of the tools 18 | P a g e . 4. 5. T……. T…… …….s Bar LESSON 17: THE PAINT TOOL BOX There are a number of tools in the paint tool box.a……..ng B……....t…….. The title bar (minimum. 2. 6. Each of the tools performs different function. LESSON 16: THE PAINT APPLICATION The paint application enables us to make simple drawing and painting. 3.EXERCISE 17 Answer the following questions. On the paint window. 3. 2.. 3. When we move the mouse to each tool.rie……….ou…….l….. Ba……. 5. 4.x S………at……. 4.ss……. maximum and close icons) The menu bar. Click on p……. we have: 1..o…….i……nt.e B ……r D…….

Drag the pointer to the drawing board and draw your line. Go below the tool box and click on the line width. 4. 8. 6.h c…….. 3.ct…….nc…….. 6. Let us begin to draw our object using the paint application...yg……n ……..e F……. 8..1.r C……r……e Po…….lo…. 19 | P a g e . Try to draw many short lines as possible at different angles.i…….se LESSON 18: DRAWING OBJECTS Dragging items using the mouse. click on it again and draw. 2. 2. Go to the tool box and click online. 3.. 3. E …….ng……. Steps: 1.e R……. 5..llwi…. 4.or P……. Eraser Pencil Line Rectangle Rounded rectangle Fill with colour Curve Polygon ellipse EXERCISE 19 The following words are tools the paint application program.a…….l …….. Complete them. 7.lli……. 1. 5. release the mouse button.. To draw another line.. 7. 2.

Click on the button again and place it at where you want to continue from to draw your next line or curve of the same letter. release the button. Go to the tool box and click on curve. 4. To draw a curve: Steps: 1. 3. Drag the pointer to adjust your curve. Go to the tool box and click on pencil. 3. At the end of the line. 20 | P a g e . 2. 5. Drag the pointer to the drawing board and draw your free form line. Release the button at each end and continue. Steps: 1. 4. 2. Drag the pointer to the drawing board and draw your first line of the letter. Go below the tool box and click on the line width. Click on where you want one arc of the curve to be. Go to the tool box and click on pencil tool. 2. 5. LESSON 19: DRAWING LETTER OF THE ALPHABET We can use the paint application tool box to draw the letters of the alphabet using free hand and the mouse. Drag the pointer to draw a line.To draw a free form line: Steps: 1.

4..Exercise 20: Use the mouse and paint application to draw A B C D to Z. They are ‘Qwerty’ row. 21 | P a g e . ………………………………………. b. Do you remember the right fingers used in typing all these keys? A S D F G H J K L. we leant about the home keys and the home row keys.. ass kff fjj jjk sdd lld hdh ffg dff sjj gkh ssj . 1. There are 10 letters on the ‘qwerty’ row. d.ll gdd dkl llh lkk fll shh aag kjj kgg agl ddk add jss djj kdg sff all faa . ………………………………………. In lessons 10 and 1. ………………………………………. UNIT 4 Top row keys of the keyboard. The top row keys are made up of 6 letters.. 2. ………………………………………… e. This time we shall move up on top of the home row keys.. we are going to learn more about the keyboard keys.. LESSON 20: IDENTIFYING LETTERS OF THE ‘QWERTY’ ROW. We also leant about using the right fingers to type the right keys. 3. QWERTY U 10 P 1. Let us write down all the letters of the QWERTY row. c. Let us practice this by typing these letters 5 times.gh dgg skk gll fsa djj fjj djj jgd hss ssk haa skf In this lesson. ………………………………………. the first 6 keys of the top row keys are: a.

Fill in the missing letters to make the home keys complete.. 5.YU…………. 9. Telephone Radio Tractors. Write the first 6 letters of the top row key. 7. Radio cassette recorder Television Thermometer Facsimile (FAX) Computer X – ray 22 | P a g e . 3. 4. 8. 6.2. ………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………… 3. Some technology tools are: 1. A fingers and keys on the top row keys.O…………. Q………E……… ………. 2.. LESSON 21: IDENTIFYING THE TOP ROW KEYS. SECTION 3 Introduction to technology tools UNIT 1 LESSON 22: WHAT IS TECHNOLOGY? Technology is the use of the right modern tools and equipment to make work easy.

2. Without technology tools work will be ……………………………………. We use telephone for conversation. 5. We use radio for news and announcements. 6.Lesson 23: Uses of Technology Tools We use technology tools to make our work easy. 1. work will be difficult and waste a lot of time. We use weighing scale for weighing things. We use thermometer to measure body temperature. 1. We use the fax machine to send information. Answer the following question. 7. 4. We use technology tools to make our work ……………………………… 2. 3. We use tractor to work on farms. We use the x – ray to take photograph of the inner body parts of human beings to examine the body. How do you think the following tools are used to make work easy?          Radio Television Computer Fax machine Radio cassette recorder Tractor X – ray Radio Thermometer Uses of the technology tools. We use computer for typing letters and to communicate that is for sending and receiving information. 8. 23 | P a g e . Without technology tools.

Drag the pointer to the drawing board and draw a line. Activity A. 1. 3. B.. 1.rs We use the radio for n…. We use the computer to type l………tt……. 2. UNITE 2 Dragging of mouse (2) LESSON 24: Dragging the mouse pointer to draw shapes..era….Complete the following 3. Drag the pointer to the drawing board and draw your ellipse or circle. Drag the pointer to the drawing board and draw your rectangle. Go below the tool box and click on the line width. 5. Go to the tool box and click on the line width.emen……. In this lesson we are going to drag the mouse pointer to draw shapes. 7..oun…….m……. C. 2. In lesson 18 we learnt about dragging the mouse to draw lines and curves. Go blow the tool box and click on the line width.ure. 2.. 3.w…… We hear an……. To draw a rectangle or a square steps: Go to the tool box and click on the rectangle tool.. 4. 1. We use the telephone for co……ver…….s from the television.. To draw an ellipse or circle steps: Go to the tool box and click on ellipse tools.tion. We use thermometer to measure ……. To draw a polygon: Go to the tools box and click on the polygon tool.. 3. 6. 24 | P a g e . Let us go to the Microsoft paint application.a….

Release the button. Continue with the clicking at new positions until you get your polygon. UNIT 3 Home and top row keys of the keyboard. Lesson 25: typing words using the home and ‘Qwerty’ Rows. 25 | P a g e . Click at any position where you want a new line to join the old line. 5.4. 6. Release the button again. Click at the position where you want another new line to be. 7. 8.

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A set of computer has four main parts list them. Tell the class how each of them is used to send or receive information. …………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………… 31 | P a g e . …………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………… …………… 17. Name the tools you have drawn …………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………… 16.15.

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a. Keyboard b. 40. 10 37 | P a g e . Cook 42. 39. Write b. This picture is a ……………………………………… a. False 41. 8 b.. The keyboard help us to ………………….something onto the computer. a. True b. Type writer.parts a. Numeric keypad Choose and underline the correct answer. Sing c. The keyboard is one of the parts of the computer. Piano c. Cursor keys iv.iii. The keyboard keys can be grouped into ………………….

. we call it………………………………… a. Mousing b. Mouse c. The small pictures arranged on the monitor are called…… a. Monitor 45. a. Typing c. We use all our ten fingers to type letters on the computer keyboard. Start button 46. Right b.c. Side b. 4 43. Where can we find the home row keys on the keyboard? a. Right c. Wrong 48. a. When we strike a key on a keyboard. Middle 47. True 38 | P a g e . My documents c. It is …………………to use only one finger in typing. Counting 44. it is seen on the…. a. System unit b. When we write something on the computer using the keyboard. Icons b.

with them. Money c. Telephone. Information b. 39 | P a g e . ………………………………………………………….one another.. Communication b. Letter writing b. d. 50.. c.. False 49. Information c. Which of the fingers types the following letters: A. Talk to 52. Communication involves giving ……………and receiving response. a. …………………………………………………………. D. …………………………………………………………. ………………………………………………………… b. Books 51. Insult c. 53. a. Good friends always………………. Fight with b. G. Which of the tool can Mary use to communicate faster with her father? a. a. Food. a. and S.b. When we talk to our friends we have exchange …….

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