GCSE German Revision Guide by Birgit Linton, Janet Searle, Paul Elliott


GCSE German Revision Guide by Birgit Linton, Janet Searle, Paul Elliott

The GCSE German Revision Guide helps you prepare thoroughly for your controlled assessment tasks and end-of-course exams by covering the topics and question types offered by the major exam boards in the 2009 specifications. Written by two highly experienced teachers and examiners, this guide plus free downloadable audio files is full of opportunities for you to practise the skills of speaking, listening, reading and writing in order to gain the confidence, fluency and linguistic competence you need for success at GCSE. Each of the five units includes: / A focus on key verbs and structures with practice tasks to build your confidence / Speaking, listening, reading and writing tasks to apply your knowledge / Examination tips for the very best grades / Full answers to all tasks

About the Author

Birgit Linton is a Tutor in German at a leading university and co-author of the GCSE course An der Spitze (Philip Allan Updates). Paul Elliott is a Deputy Head and a senior examiner for GCSE German. He is the author of assessment material and textbooks at GCSE and A-level. Mike Thacker is a former Director of the Language Centre at the University of Surrey, author of several textbooks and has many years of experience as a senior examiner at GCSE and A-level.

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128 pages


Birgit Linton, Janet Searle, Paul Elliott
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Publication date

28th December 2012



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