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    Thumbs up The point-O-Gram [means what?]

    Hi,

    Would you please be nice enough to tell me what "The point-O-Gram" means? I have never seen or heard such a thing.

    I have taken a picture of the page of the book. If you click here you will see it.

    Source: Summit 2, by Joan Saslow and Allen Ascher, Printed in the USA, unit 6, Travel hassles and experiences.

    Thank you.

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    Re: The point-O-Gram [means what?]

    I don't know, sb. We'd have to turn to page 7 to find out.

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    Re: The point-O-Gram [means what?]

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    I don't know, sb. We'd have to turn to page 7 to find out.
    The page 7 only is written in the picture and doesn't exist really.

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    Re: The point-O-Gram [means what?]

    The point-o-gram is the name of the foldable card- it has pictures you can point at when trying to communicate. You will find details on page 7 of Travel Wise, which is a catalogue of useful things like this card and the key ring you can stash money in.

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