French Practice Exercises 13+ by Nigel Pearce, Joyce Capek
  

Synopsis

French Practice Exercises 13+ by Nigel Pearce, Joyce Capek

This book provides comprehensive practice for the Common Entrance French exam paper at 13+. Pupils are presented with exam-style questions for the Reading and Writing sections. All questions are modelled on the style of ISEB exam papers and a varied range of topics has been selected. This is an ideal book for pupils needing extra practice and, together with the answer book, it provides a comprehensive tool to understand expectations and monitor progress. - Endorsed by ISEB - Provides comprehensive practice for Common Entrance French at 13+ - Enables pupils to practise exam-style questions before they enter the exam room, so that they can build confidence and identify gaps in knowledge Free answers are available to download, and a free audio download accompanies this book.

Reviews

Here is the book that French teachers have been longing for. All the supplementary work that complements the work for Common Entrance and Scholarship examinations is contained within one carefully graded volume, and it is one that no teacher of the language should be without. Paul Cheater, Summer Fields School

About the Author

Joyce Capek has taught French at the Dragon School in Oxford for twenty years. When not in Oxford, she and her family enjoy their holiday home in Burgundy. Nigel Pearce is Head of French at Summer Fields School in Oxford. He divides his time between Oxford and his home in the Vendee.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
56 pages
Interest Age: 13+

Author

Nigel Pearce, Joyce Capek
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Publisher

ISEB Publications an imprint of Hodder Education

Publication date

11th May 2009

ISBN

9780903627788


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