Work Out French GCSE by E.J. Neather, Mike Ounsworth


Work Out French GCSE by E.J. Neather, Mike Ounsworth

Work Out French GCSE follows the exam step by step; each chapter: is a key topic in the syllabus, and tells you what you have to be able to do provides the essential words you need, and no more picks off each skill, one at a time; just like the exam Working through the book and its cassettes, you practise your skills and knowledge with real exam tasks. Every answer is shadowed by technique tips, to build confidence and reinforce learning. The 60+ exercises in the book are available on tapes - The Listening Tape and The Speaking Tape (together ISBN 0-333-53890-0).

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E.J. Neather, Mike Ounsworth
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Publication date

15th November 1990



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