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by Sue Arengo; Caroline Anstey
9. Family and Friends Readers 1: Three Billy Goats. Sue Arengo, Caroline Anstey. Published by OUP Oxford 2009-03-26 (2009)
9. Published by OUP Oxford 2009-03-26 (2009). ISBN 10: 0194802523 ISBN 13: 9780194802529.
Family and Friends Readers 1: Benny and the Biscuits.
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Series: Family and Friends Readers 1. Paperback: 32 pages.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Caroline Anstey (Illustrator). Series: Family and Friends Readers 1. Publisher: Oxford University Press (March 26, 2009).
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Sue Arengo, Laurence Cleyet-Merle. No other course offers you the same benefits as Family and Friends. The exceptionally strong skills training programme includes a focus on real speaking and writing output. Plus - the integrated print and digital resources suit all teaching situations and learner types, supporting students, teachers, and parents. Use it with Little Friends and First Friends to make it an eight or nine-year course.
by Sue Arengo, Caroline Anstey. ISBN 9780194220033 (978-0-19-422003-3) Softcover, Oxford University Press, 1998. Coauthors & Alternates. Learn More at LibraryThing. Caroline Anstey at LibraryThing.
Pet – B1. FCE – B2. CAE – C. CAE – C1. Cpe – C2. Age. Kindergarten. Oxford Read & Discover.
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