French II by Gail Stein


French II by Gail Stein

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About the Author

Gail Stein is a dedicated language instructor who has taught in New York City public high schools for over thirty years. Listed in Who's Who Among America's Teachers, she has assisted in a revision of the French curriculum for the New York City Board of Education and has served as an adjunct professor to St. John's University in its Early Admission Extension Program.

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224 pages


Gail Stein
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Publication date

4th April 2003



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