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Cambridge Practice Tests for First Certificate 1 Teacher's book

Серия: "First Certificate"

Contains four complete tests for the First Certificate exam from Cambridge ESOL. These past examination papers provide the most authentic exam preparation available, allowing candidates to familiarise themselves with the content of the exam and to practise exam techniques. Colour visual material for Paper 5 is included with each test. The Student's Book is also available as a'with answers'edition, suitable for self study.

Издательство: "Cambridge University Press" (1996)

ISBN: 978-0-521-49897-5

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  Reducido en la actualidad a una tarjeta de identidad, el carné tuvo hace algún tiempo el valor de \'cuadernillo, libreta, tarjeta para anotar\', lo que el Diccionario académico define como \'librito de apuntaciones\', como se mantiene en la expresión carné de baile, que era la libretita que guardaban las damas en las fiestas para anotar los nombres de los sucesivos compañeros de baile.
  Fue de este añejo valor, precisamente, de donde vendría el origen de la palabra, debida al francés carnet, término de vieja raigambre en ese idioma desde hace más de cinco siglos, y que tenía el valor de \'cuaderno\', a través de las antiguas formas caern o quaer, adaptación al idioma de la palabra latina quaternio, que significaba \'grupo de cuatro hojas\', y que, por vía directa, es el origen de nuestro cuaderno.

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