Edexcel GCSE German Foundation Student Book Foundation Student Book by Hariette Lanzer, Michael Wardle


Edexcel GCSE German Foundation Student Book Foundation Student Book by Hariette Lanzer, Michael Wardle

Edexcel GCSE German Foundation Student Book has been written to prepare students for the latest Edexcel GCSE specification. It has been written by an experience team of authors and reviewed by Edexcel examiners. With a strong focus on controlled assessment and exam preparation throughout the course, students can confidently aim for up to grades C. Graded examples and examiner tips in ResultsPlus show students how to aim for the best possible results through perfecting key language skills.

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224 pages
Interest Age: 14-16 years


Hariette Lanzer, Michael Wardle
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Publication date

28th March 2009



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