Vocabulary for GCSE French by Philip Horsfall, David Crossland

Vocabulary for GCSE French

Written by Philip Horsfall, David Crossland
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Vocabulary for GCSE French by Philip Horsfall, David Crossland

This title incorporates all the vocabulary specified by the main Awarding Bodies for Foundation and Higher Tiers. It provides a revision guide, a checklist, a consolidation and reference book for pupils taking GCSE or Standard Grade exams. It offers vocabulary building exercises, puzzles and games, model phrases for written and oral examinations and tips on vocabulary learning, and the use of dictionaries.

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112 pages


Philip Horsfall, David Crossland
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Nelson Thornes Ltd an imprint of Oxford University Press

Publication date

30th October 2001



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