By Tessie Dalton
This workbook has been designed to assist scholars at lower-intermediate point increase and construct their English vocabulary, and is especially acceptable for these learning in the direction of the preferred puppy (Preliminary English attempt) exam. it may be used to check and increase basic English vocabulary, and contains either self-study workouts and functional talking actions for lecture room use.Includes a number of actions to aid scholars revise vocabulary for the preferred puppy exam (Preliminary English Test), and offers a good resource of fabric to aid scholars enhance their vocabulary and knowing of English. transparent and easy-to-use, with complete directions and quick-reference contents web page, and perfect for either self-study and lecture room use together with teacher-directed team paintings. comprises academics' notes and stimulating workouts similar to be aware video games, puzzles, quizzes and crosswords."
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Check Your Vocabulary for PET (Vocabulary Workbook) by Tessie Dalton