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Read This! Level 3. Student's Book

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Read This! is a four-book reading series designed for adult and young adult ESL students at the high beginning to intermediate levels. Read This!, Level 3 contains fifteen fascinating true stories relating to the fields of Tourism and Hospitality, Earth Science, Sports and Fitness, Political Science, and Automotive Technology. Students can read about a hotel in Finland made of ice, an area in the Pacific the size of Texas where trash accumulates, a man who swam the Amazon, and how trace evidence from cars can catch criminals. The readings are appropriate for intermediate to high intermediate-level students. After completing this book, students should be ready to tackle authentic academic reading.

Издательство: "Cambridge University Press" (2010)

ISBN: 978-0-521-74793-6

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