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The Sign of the Four: York Notes for GCSE (9-1) Workbook

Written by Lyn Lockwood

Part of the York Notes Series

The Sign of the Four: York Notes for GCSE (9-1) Workbook Synopsis

Test and improve your knowledge of every part of the text with a huge range of questions, activities and exercises Find out what you really know about key characters and quotations Practise and perfect your grammar, punctuation and spelling skills Boost your progress and get vital experience of exam-style questions We take your success seriously, so if you're studying The Sign of The Four by Arthur Conan Doyle for GCSE, this York Notes write-in Workbook, complete with answers, is the best way to practise for better grades. The biggest and most in-depth available, this The Sign of The Four Workbook from York Notes is simple to use and suitable for AQA, Pearson Edexcel and all other GCSE (Grades 9-1) English Literature exams. Use it throughout your course to practise and improve, or for last-minute revision to test and hone your knowledge before the exam. Why not combine this Workbook with our Study Guide or Practice Papers for The Sign of The Four? It's the best and most comprehensive way to make sure you're on track for exam success. Just search for 9781292138138 for the Study Guide and 9781292236858 for the AQA Practice Papers.

Book Information

ISBN: 9781292236865
Publication date: 23rd February 2018
Author: Lyn Lockwood
Publisher: Pearson Education Limited
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 80 pages

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